Adult Male Monologues

Monologues best suited for Adult Males.

“Shot him in the neck, didn’t you?” from the film “Three Kings.” Archie tries to tell the members of his team what it’s like to get shot. Ideal for Adult Males ...

“Chrissie and Rod are pretty obsessed with this rumor, aren’t they?” from the film “Never Let Me Go.” In this scene, Tommy comes up with a scheme to save their lives. ...

“You son of a bitch.” from the film “500 Days of Summer.”  Paul tries to get info out of Tom about his new girl. Ideal for Young Adult Males ranging from 20-30. ...

“As you know, l’m quite keen on comic books.” from the film “Kill Bill: Vol. 2.” Bill’s Superman Speech. Ideal for Adult Males ranging from 36-50. 1-2 Mins. Written By: Quentin ...

“Our new brake pads are really cool.” from the film “Tommy Boy.” Tommy Boy’ tries to sell brake pads to an executive with a crazy speech. Ideal for Young Adult Males ...

“Say, fella, you neglected me and I feel very put out.” from the film “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town.” Drunk Mr. Morrow is impressed by Mr. Deeds. Ideal for Adult Males ...

THE BOOK OF MORMON – Elder Price has finally had it with… well, everything! 1 min. ELDER PRICE: Well, well… If it isn’t the SUPER MORMON.  Spreading “the word”?! Making more – ...

“But do you have the common courtesy to call me and tell me that you will be twenty-five minutes late?” from the TV Show “Full House”. Uncle Jesse is fed up with being ...

“It’s called the carousel,” from the TV Show “Mad Men”. While delivering a presentation, Don misses his family. 3-4 Min. DON: Well, technology is a glittering lure. But, uh, there is the ...

“America is not the greatest country in the world anymore,” from the TV Show “The Newsroom”. Will’s speech on America. 5-6 Min. WILL: Fine. [to the liberal panelist] Sharon, the NEA is a ...

“And they showed me that if there is one constant in this whole universe, it’s death,” from the film “Star Trek Generations”. Dr. Soran is addressing Captian Picard of the ...

“I’m calling you a killer. A natural-born killer. You always have been, and you always will be,” from the film “Kill Bill”. Bills muses over superheroes while discussing Beatrix Kiddo’s ...

“Pen them up together, they’ll devour each other without a second thought,” from the film “PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD’S END”. Jack Sparrow tells all the pirates that they should ...

“Cause the only thing you give a shit about is yourself… and your medals,” from the film “Baywatch”. Mitch tells Brody he is out of the team. Comedic monologue ideal for ...

“To be, or not to be: that is the question” from the play “Hamlet”. Hamlet compares his grief to that of a player, and devises a plan to take action against Claudius, ...

“Perchance you think…” from the play “Peter and the Starcatcher”. Captain Black Stache laments the struggles of being a villain. Under 1 min. BLACK STACHE: “Perchance you think a treasure ...

“I would like to say something, your honor” from the play “The Producers”. Leo defends his producing partner in court. Comedic Monologue for Adult Males. 1-2 Min. LEO: “I would ...

“We’ve both lost somebody” From “Footloose The Musical.” Ren has a heart-to-heart with Reverand Shaw. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Male. 1 Min. Written by: Dean Pitchford and Walter Bobbie REN: ...

THE LIBATION BEARERS – Orestes mourns his father. Dramatic Monologue For Teen/Young Adult Male. 2-3 Min. ORESTES Hermes, messenger to the dead, guardian of your father’s powers, help rescue me work ...

RED – Ken angrily addresses the numerous issues he has with Rothko. From the play Red by John Logan. 3-4 min. KEN: (Explodes.) Bores you?! Bores you?! – Christ almighty trying working for ...