Al Ducharme
Age (at audition) 48
Sex Male
Act Stand-up Comedian
Seasons 11
Position Reached Judge Cuts

Al Ducharme was a stand-up comedian act from Season 11 of America's Got Talent. He was eliminated in the Judge Cuts.


Al Ducharme’s film credits include Miramax’s “Next Stop Wonderland” and “Original Sin” on CBS. His TVcredits: “Comics Unleashed w/Byron Allen”, NBC’s “Today Show”, “Inside Edition”, “Comedy.TV”, hosting “Mission Organization” on HGTV and a long list of TV commercials. His first Comedy DVD “Spineless and Loving it”, available in stores, was produced by National Lampoon and his popular CD “Manchild” is available on iTunes.

Based in Los Angeles and New York Al performs at all major Manhattan comedy clubs: Caroline’s on Broadway, The Comic Strip Live, Gotham Comedy Club and Rodney Dangerfield’s. He’s kept busy headlining comedy clubs, theaters, over 300 colleges and his corporate client list (Apple, Cantor Fitzgerald, Merrill Lynch, etc.) is available upon request. Al has also received rave reviews internationally, making people laugh in Europe (Amsterdam, Paris and Barcelona), Africa and China. He’s been a featured performer at numerous comedy festivals including Montreal Comedy Festival, the LOL Sudbury Comedy Festival, Beirut Comedy Festival and the Gala at the Boston Comedy Festival. [1]


Al Ducharme's audition in Episode 1103 consisted of joking about his friends putting their children on the phone with him and imitating their voices and mannerisms. Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, and Simon Cowell voted "Yes," sending Al to the Judge Cuts.

Judge Cuts

Al Ducharme's Judge Cuts performance in Episode 1109 consisted of joking about mistaking Heidi Klum for guest judge George Lopez, and Keanu Reeves being the most talented actor on Jupiter. Al's performance was not strong enough for the judges to send him to the Quarterfinals, eliminating him from the competition along with Ilan & Josh, instead of Blake Vogt.

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