Aaron has been bringing his radio and television productions skills, quick wit and clean humor to the airwaves for over fourteen years as host of drive time style trending talk radio unsigned local music television sensation the Big Dumb Fun Show.

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Originally from South Dakota, Aaron began performing comedy while attending Arizona State University in 1987 as a member of the improvisation and sketch group Farce Side. Aaron has toured nationally performing his brand of PG-13 clean stand-up comedy at clubs, colleges, corporate and fundraiser events for over 25 years


Aaron's voiceover vocal range is from natural, friendly, heartfelt and conversational to upbeat, excited, or movie trailer powerful, aggressive and authoritatively midwestern americana. He's a charming on-air host and personality that is quick witted, improvisational comedian, character voice actor and storyteller that delivers his trademark vocal style to your project.
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Since 1993


Aaron's national television appearances include NBC's Days of Our Lives, ABC's Dot Comedy, HBO's Comic Relief, Comedy Central's Stand-up Stand-up and Short Attention Span Theater, Oxygen's The Daily Remix.

Aaron's feature film work include appearing in the opening of Steve Balderson's Watch Out as an abusive father. Iron City Chronicles futuristic sci-fi film noir scene work enforcing crowd control as Captain Phillips pictured here.

Commercial television appearances for Johnson County Transit and Shawnee Mission Cycle Plaza.

Aaron Gnirk aka Captain Phillips in Iron City Chronicles.
Aaron Gnirk aka Captain Phillips in Iron City Chronicles.


Content creation for the Big Dumb Fun Show (BDFS) established 2004 as a weekly 3-hour pioneering original drive time style trending talk radio indie unsigned local music variety television multimedia streaming program. Groundbreaking first person interviews as co-host, co-producer and audio/video engineer recording each session in creation of true crime podcast sensation Gangland Wire with Retired Kansas City Police Department Intelligence Unit Detective Gary Jenkins.