Billy West: the voices in his head (and right out his mouth)
“A lot of things are insane to me, and I try to touch on it in a way that is… MORE Billy West: the voices in his head (and right out his mouth) appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Dave Flebotte talks inside comedy baseball of his Showtime series with Jim Carrey, “I’m Dying Up Here”
I’m Dying Up Here almost didn’t survive to a second season. Dave Flebotte, who with Jim Carrey created the Showtime adaptation of William Knoedelseder’s best-seller about The Comedy Store in the 1970s, told me over the phone last week that when Showtime gave them “a... [Read More]
Wheeler Walker Jr.: “Just bitchin’ about nothin'”
“There should be more country artists on your f*cking website, but these people take themselves so goddamn seriously.” Wheeler Walker… MORE Wheeler Walker Jr.: “Just bitchin’ about nothin'” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Erik Griffin is an AmERIKan Warrior
Many comics make bold statements. That is primarily because it is so easy to make one. For a comic to… MORE Erik Griffin is an AmERIKan Warrior appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Nate Bargatze’s journey to the top
Nate Bargatze has been a working comic for over 15 years at this point, but only recently began finding himself… MORE Nate Bargatze’s journey to the top appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Julian McCullough: “Maybe I’m A Man” the $17 million dollar special (but not really)
One of the hardest things for a comedian to do is to find out who they are. This is an… MORE Julian McCullough: “Maybe I’m A Man” the $17 million dollar special (but not really) appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Julian McCullough: “Maybe I’m A Man” the $17 million dollar special (but not really)
One of the hardest things for a comedian to do is to find out who they are. This is an… MORE Julian McCullough: “Maybe I’m A Man” the $17 million dollar special (but not really) appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Julian McCullough embraces his own version of manhood in his first Comedy Central hour
Julian McCullough scored his first half-hour Comedy Central Presents in 2010. In the years since, McCullough has not only racked up several late-night TV credits, but also a unique relationship with E!, moving from the panels of Chelsea Lately to sidekick on Whitney Cummings’ Love You, Mean It... [Read More]
Julian McCullough embraces his own version of manhood in his first Comedy Central hour
Julian McCullough scored his first half-hour Comedy Central Presents in 2010. In the years since, McCullough has not only racked up several late-night TV credits, but also a unique relationship with E!, moving from the panels of Chelsea Lately to sidekick on Whitney Cummings’ Love You, Mean It... [Read More]
The art of Reggie Watts
“There are many moments where I think ‘Wait, what now am I doing?'” Reggie Watts is essentially a real-life game… MORE The art of Reggie Watts appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]