Frazer Smith is a LA Radio and Comedy legend. On his recent Sunday Night Comedy-Music Show on KLOS he interviewed some of Hollywood’s hottest stars like Tiffany Haddish. Alice Cooper, George Lopez, Tim Allen; etc. He frequently appears at all the top LA Comedy Clubs such as The Improv, Laugh Factory, and Comedy Store. Fraze also appears at many of the major hotels in Las Vegas. He began his radio career at upstart KROQ and his blend of off-beat comedy and music helped shoot the station to the #1 spot in local radio while launching the careers of bands like Van Halen, The Cars, and Blondie.
He is credited as having invented "Morning Radio" during his six year stint at KLOS where his show was consistently top-rated. Fraze later went over to rival KMET where he met with equal success. On Syndicated Radio, his “Fraze at the Flicks” was heard in over 300 markets. On TV, Fraze was the host of “Rock-in-America”, a nationally syndicated NBC show, that combined comedy and music-videos. It ran for two years with good ratings. Fraze was also the host of “Night Trax” a competitor to MTV on TBS which ran for many years. He has guest starred on TV shows such as “The George Lopez Show”, “Quantum Leap” and “The White Shadow”. Fraze has appeared in over 20 movies including a starring role in “Tag” for MGM, and was featured in Terry Gilliam’s “The Fisher King” with Robin Williams and Jeff Bridges. He is currently developing several potential TV series and movie projects.