Dom Irrera turns 70!

Dom Irrera turns 70 today. With over 30 years in comedy, Irrera has done a little bit of everything. Audiences might recognize him from TV shows like Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist or roles in movies like The Big Lebowski, but Irrera’s true home is on the stand-up stage. In 2005, Los Angeles Magazine wrote of Irrera, “In an era that equates comedic success with film and TV, Irrera is an

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Dom Irrera turns 70!

Dom Irrera turns 70 today. With over 30 years in comedy, Irrera has done a little bit of everything. Audiences might recognize him from TV shows like Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist or roles in movies like The Big Lebowski, but Irrera’s true home is on the stand-up stage. In 2005, Los Angeles Magazine wrote of Irrera, “In an era that equates comedic success with film and TV, Irrera is an

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The kings and queens of vibrant comedy industry – Daily Nation

Daily NationThe kings and queens of vibrant comedy industryDaily NationEven after ditching the Churchill show, Eric has established himself on the international scene through various events and funny stunts abroad. He is yet another comedian who is a d…

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Graham Kay on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Graham Kay is a Canadian comedian who made his U.S. network TV debut on Friday’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Kay already has the hang of living in New York City, as evidenced by his AirBnb tips, but not the hang of some other t…

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Graham Kay on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Graham Kay is a Canadian comedian who made his U.S. network TV debut on Friday’s episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Kay already has the hang of living in New York City, as evidenced by his AirBnb tips, but not the hang of some other t…

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‘Scrubs’ Boss on Why He’s Not Looking to Revive the Comedy – Hollywood Reporter


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‘Scrubs’ Boss on Why He’s Not Looking to Revive the Comedy
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Eight years after the medical comedy signed off (after seven seasons on NBC, and the final two on ABC), creator Bill Lawrence and stars Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Christa Miller, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn, Ken Jenkins, Judy Reyes, and John C. McGinley …

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Max Price and The Funny Bone use comedy to help cure hunger – KSDK.com

KSDK.comMax Price and The Funny Bone use comedy to help cure hungerKSDK.comWhat if you could help cure hunger with some good old-fashioned comedy? Local comedian Max Price and The Funny Bone believe in this unconventional strategy and are putting their…

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Comedian dies; was festival winner – Norfolk Daily News

Comedian dies; was festival winnerNorfolk Daily NewsGray won the first professional stand-up competition at the Great American Comedy Festival in 1987. He returned to perform at several subsequent festivals, and always was an audience favorite. He was …

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Comedian dies; was festival winner – Norfolk Daily News

Comedian dies; was festival winnerNorfolk Daily NewsGray won the first professional stand-up competition at the Great American Comedy Festival in 1987. He returned to perform at several subsequent festivals, and always was an audience favorite. He was …

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