About

Started in 1956 by Boyd (Uncle Heavy) Kimes, The Pork Chop Revue has toured the United States for over 50 years. making appearances on just about every major variety television show, fairs and festivals.

Boyd's son, Les took over the show in the early 80's. His love of the animals, performing and making people laugh, has kept the show going strong.
Now,with his sons, Logan and Morgan the tradition continues.

Go whole hog with the Pork Chop Revue! An awesome display of some of the smartest swine in the country. These bodacious barnyard buddies present a show featuring amazing stunts and laughable antics. You will laugh as you watch these bundles of bacon jump hurdles, waltz and even sing! But these pigs don't race, they're too smart for that.The Pork Chop Revue is a great family show with a strong family tradition!


Born and raised in show business, Les Kimes is the son of one of the most comical animal trainers of our time. At age 3, he began performing alongside his father, Boyd Kimes, the originator of the Pork Chop Revue. This act toured nationally, making appearences on The Mike Douglas Show, Merv Griffin, Laugh-In, the Tonight Show, Ed Sullivan and many more.

With each appearence, audiences grew to love the semi acrobatic antics of these pigs as they performed and outsmarted their human caretakers. Then and now they are one of the most popular acts around.Combining and perfecting the training skill his father taught him, Les made his professional solo debut at the age of 14. His love for the animals and his energy on stage made him the natural ham his father always knew he was.

The Pork Chop Revue continues on today and will be going into it's third generation as Les' own sons take over. Logan and Morgan have trained under thier dad - and this family act continues.

Old McDonald's farm was never quite like this!A guaranteed USDA approved draw for family audiences and events looking for something different and unique.

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