Meet Me In New York - Ryan Hamilton | The Comic's Comic
Ryan Hamilton.. a cross between Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock.. he had grown up in Idaho.. He has updated his website just in time for you to see him here, or perhaps on the NBC television network's Last Comic Standing. [Read More]
When They Were Young - Pics Of Comedians BEFORE They Were Stars | Huffington Post
Before some of the most famous comedians hit it big, they were just like everyone else - smiling awkwardly at the camera, counting the days until high school was over. We've collected some of our favorite pics of famous comedians when they were young. [Read More]
Futurama's Recap-O-Rama video | Comedy Central Insider
Are you a casual Futurama fan who needs to get up to speed before the sixth season premieres June 24 at 10pm / 9c? Here's the first five seasons summed up in a economical seven-minute video hosted by Zapp Brannigan. [Read More]
Lorne Michaels being honored with International Emmy for 'SNL'
Lorne Michaels will receive the International Emmy Directorate Award at the 38th annual International Emmy Awards gala on Nov. 22 in New York City. The organizers of the award say they're honoring Michaels for founding "SNL," which "reinvented comedy on television and launched a generation of major film and TV stars." [Read More]
The Laugh Factory opens its doors for 26th year for at-risk kids of its Charity Comedy Camp
Jamie Masada and The Laugh Factory have been operating a Charity Comedy Camp for at-risk kids for the past quarter-century, and on Saturday, they're opening the doors again for underprivileged kids... [Read More]
Craig Anton Explains The Difference Between a Joke, a Tag, a Bit and a Set in "I Am Comic" | Comedy Central Insider
I Am Comic premiered on Showtime already, but you can still watch it On Demand. In this clip from the documentary, Craig Anton explains stand-up terminology.. [Read More]
Last Comic Standing - "New York Audition Day 1" | The A.V. Club
It's official: Last Comic Standing auditions are suspenseless. Over the course of the first New York audition day, we got to know a bunch of comics who were all passed on to the showcase.. [Read More]
Zach Galifianakis could be a fish (and the new Don Knotts) | Los Angeles Times
"The Incredible Mr. Limpet" has always seemed like one of those Hollywood remake projects that actually makes sense. The Don Knotts original, about an ordinary man who becomes a fish and fights the Nazis, is nearly 50 years old, isn't that well remembered and was hardly a classic to begin with. Sources say that producers are talking to Zach Galifianakis to take on the title role. [Read More]