Jack Sheehan


Jack Sheehan is considered by many to be one of the most entertaining and insightful humorists of his time.


Jack Sheehan’s journey to the desert of Las Vegas begins in the lush greenery of Spokane, Washington where he was born and raised. Having loved golf at a young age, Jack’s good fortune took him to the University of Oregon on a golf scholarship. After graduating with his degree in journalism, he then went on to compete on the national amateur golf circuit while also working as a writer. While in competition, he also obtained a master’s degree in English and in 1975 moved to Las Vegas on a whim.

From there, Jack has enjoyed a successful career as an writer, journalist, and keynote speaker. As an author, he has published more than 25 books, including Buries Lies: True Tales and Tall Stories from the PGA Tour, a book he co-authored that became a New York Times Best-Seller. As a journalist, Jack has won numerous awards for his reporting, including the prestigious Lowell Thomas Award in 1991. As a speaker, he has presented over 5,000 talks to packed audiences in numerous venues.

With his charming and relaxed style of interviewing, Jack has convinced world leaders, business moguls, Hollywood celebrities, famous athletes, infamous criminals, and everyday people with extraordinary lives to open up to him and share their stories.  

From his wealth of experience, Jack has accumulated material for a number of presentations that have the ability to inspire, entertain, and surprise a wide range of audiences. His ability as a natural storyteller holds the audience on the edge of their seats wanting more.


“I enjoy speaking and have finally decided that presenting the stories I cover can offer a natural outlet for my day-to-day occupation.”