"Our Cub Scout Pack had Brian Wismer for our Halloween party entertainment. Brian was a huge hit right off the bat when he came in dressed as Beetlejuice."
Leslie Moyar, Cub Scout Pack 381
Brian Wismer Entertainment offers a host of fun, interactive characters great for walk-around activities such as Parades and Themed parties.
WIZZ the fabulous Clown, a former Ringling Bros. Circus clown, delights audiences with his wacky, wild, crazy antics, and zany voices. Expect a lot of energy and a lot of fun!
Wizz can perform in full makeup, partial makeup (European Look) or no makeup based upon your needs.
Austin Powers . . . Yeah Baby Yeah
Austin “Towers “ Powers (on stilts) ... Everyone is mini to me baby…Yeah!
Captain Wizz your Wacky Pirate will perform an actual
treasure hunt at the location of your choice. Be prepared
to get a bit crazy or you'll be walking the plank!
Beetlejuiceis a Halloween favorite. This guy is always up
for a party, know what I’m saying?
OTHER CHARACTERS:Nate the Goofy Golfer, Charlie
Chaplain, Howdy Doody, Camp Master Wizz, Drill Sargent
Has Ben, Court Jester, Santa Clause, Captain Christmas
the Christmas Pirate and Wizzbang the Elf
About Fun Wizz!
Brian Wismer has been performing his High Energy, Crazy Voices, Zany Witt
and Physical Comedy for over 30 years.
In the early 1980’s Brian created “Wizz” the Clown and was one of the original members of the famed Chicagoland Clown Team.
Brian, we LOVED every minute of it and I LOVED having you with the kids. Your piece was a HUGE hit and I was sooo psyched that kids of all ages were so into it! I hope we get to work together again sometime soon. I can’t thank you enough for helping make our celebration a huge success.
Dalia and David, Mitzvah Hosts
Brian gave a high energy, physically active performance. This was great for a big group of boys! All of the boys had a chance to participate and were engaged for the entire event. Our boys even asked for his autograph after the show!! That’s never happened! I highly recommend Brian for any kid’s party where you have the space to let the kids get up and move. We loved that he was able to incorporate healthy practices, such as posture, eating right, and the importance of exercise in such…
Leslie MoyarCub Scout Pack 381
I know the Bureau will be sending salutations but I couldn’t wait to express my admiration.
You are a wonderful “WIZZ”!
Barbara Lee CohenProduction USA, Inc.
I wanted to let you know that everybody raved about how great a job you did keeping everyone entertained!
Denise SchwartzMitzvah Host
I was not surprised that Brian’s show was a steady stream of high-energy interaction with kids, and adults, too. His references told me to expect that. But I was surprised at his skill in connecting with each
child; in one case he even converted a timid and reserved youngster into a proud achiever. As one kid after another had to take a seat according to the contest “rules,” each one of them sat down feeling
like a winner. Brian uses games and contests as a prop, but his real product is a packa…
Joe GarrettChairpersonOur Mother of Good Counsel Anniversary Festival
Thanks again for coming out,the students really enjoyed your show. It was a change of pace for the teachers for sure! We are so used to students being silent at assemblies. It was nice for the students to just “Let Loose.”
You were so animated! Thanks again! We had tons of fun!
Miss Nicole LangwellStoney Creek Elementary
The kids had such a great time watching you work you magic with the balloons! We will always remember the sunshine you brought into our day.
Kenna AndersonVice PresidentCNCF
I really didn’t expect a group like ours, with people from various different teams throughout our organization, to be so engaged. I was very pleasantly surprised! Brian was very passionate about his games, and even more so about getting cooperation from everyone. People just gravitated to him as he set up his games. Brian organized some very fun games that brought us all together. The Cooperative Games like the PVC pipeline pass really had everyone working together. It was more than just a…