Salmon, a Jamaican native, was raised in Takoma Park, Maryland by his mother Cinderella Salmon. He began doing stand-up comedy in the early 90s. The comedian is noted for is his ability to keep his jokes fresh and unique.
He weaves together experiences of travel, divorce and fatherhood, creating an enthralling web of comedy that will leave people in side-splitting laughter. With everything he’s done, the man has endless material to use for the reward of a good laugh.
In 2000 Salmon was a finalist in the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. He was also a semi-finalist in 2003 in Comedy Central’s Laugh Riots, a national competition for best new comedians in the country.
In 2009 Salmon moved to Los Angeles and has since been working on a career in television and film. Salmon is also the vice president of Cinderella Cares an non-profit lung cancer charity founded after the death of his mother in 2011.Source