When you are a former Miss North Carolina at 18 years old, who then goes on to become one of the country’s most acclaimed and respected public speakers, winning the most coveted awards that a speaker can receive, and next thing you know your humorous YouTube videos are going viral and getting you over 14 million views at 68 years old, then I guess your life is pretty funny after all..That’s the story of 6’2″ humorist Jeanne Robertson, who has become the “Granny Gone Viral” with her story telling videos and unique Southern sense of humor and list of Hall Of Fame and Lifetime Achievement awards that can fill any basement! She has been awarded every top honor in her profession! The North Carolina Press Association named Jeanne 2001 North Carolinian of the Year. She has been interviewed by CBS correspondent Morley Safer on “60 Minutes”, spoken at The White House, released six humor DVDs she has produced in the last twelve years, speaks in front of thousands and thousands of people per year, and has a daily radio show on Sirius/XM Radio’s Family Comedy Channels..There is no stopping this woman even at 68 years old! It’s hard to explain, but there really is almost no one like her..
Here “The King Of Kamelot” sits down with a legend to talk about her iconic speaking and humorist career, what it is about her life and experiences that make her so entertaining to millions of people, what is in the water at her house that has made her whole family so tall, the “Granny Gone Viral” phenomenon, and sooo much more!! What a pleasure to meet and interview such a talented and unique woman! Enjoy Kade Nation!!