Tom Green - A Tight Five video interview | Punchline Magazine
Tom Green is back to his stand-up comedy roots; he’s in the midst of touring the world to bring his hilariously eclectic show to the masses. Punchline Magazine recently had the pleasure to sit down with the man at Comix in New York City for an edition of their web video series A Tight Five. [Read More]
Josh Blue Speaks with SacramentoComedy.Com (video)
Josh spoke to us about his roots on the West African continent in Camaroon and Senegal, his start in comedy with Carlos Mencia, his growing family and, of course, his win on Last Comic Standing where his roommate Gabriel Inglesias was the first contestant to get disqualified for sneaking a Blackberry and texting his girlfriend out the porthole window. [Read More]
Chris Ritter on closing the Lakeshore Theater | The A.V. Club Chicago
April Fools’ Day went out on a somber note last week when Chris Ritter announced his venue, the Lakeshore Theater, would be closing its doors this weekend with Australian comedian Jim Jefferies being the comedy club’s final act before the curtains go down indefinitely. The theater had been a staple for the local comedy scene, a venue that was able to draw the Mr. Show reunion performance last summer in addition to more scathing performances, like the recent ranting one from Jamie Kilstein. Whil... [Read More]
Portrait of a Comedian - Featuring Stuckey and Murray and Matt Wayne | The Apiary
Stuckey and Murray share songs galore, plus an amazing interview in which they discuss their first meeting (it ended in a kiss), their upcoming show at Bama-Jam, and Murray’s song collaboration with Billy Ray Cyrus (seriously). [Read More]
Andy Richter Interview on The Sound of Young America | Maximum Fun
Andy talked with TSOYA's Jesse Thorn about his early days, touring with The Real Brady Bunch and eventually falling into the sidekick's chair on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. He talks about why he left that show, and why he rejoined Conan for The Tonight Show, and about what it was like to man a sinking ship after the staff of Tonight found out they were being pulled from the air. [Read More]
'Awkward Comedy Show' Comics Talk Tiger, Michael Steele, And What It Is To Be A Nerd (video) | Huffington Post
The Huffington Post recently sat down with four of the five "The Awkward Comedy Show" comedians (Hannibal Buress, Baron Vaughn, Marina Franklin and Victor Varnado) at Comix comedy club to discuss how 'nerd' is the white N-word, the problem with the census, and why you should always use cash at bondage clubs, among other things. [Read More]
Meet Me In New York - Baron Vaughn | the comic's comic
Baron Vaughn can write and tell jokes, yes, but he also can act, dance, sing, rap, and has an intangible other quality that probably will revealed to you when you least expect it. You've seen him on Live at Gotham, Black Dynamite, as a talking funny head on VH1. He did HBO's Aspen festival in 2006. You'll see him Friday when The Awkward Comedy Show debuts on Comedy Central, Monday on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, later this month at Bridgetown in Portland, this summer at Bonnaroo, on the big scr... [Read More]
Meet Me In New York - Victor Varnado | the comic's comic
Victor Varnado is many things. Yes, he is a black albino and he'll be the first to joke about that. Varnado also is a talented comedian, actor and filmmaker. You may have seen him on Conan, or perhaps Julien Donkey-Boy, End of Days, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, or My Name is Earl. And he is the brains behind the camera and sometimes in front of it, helming the stand-up documentary film, The Awkward Comedy Show.. [Read More]
Norm MacDonald on the future of his career, fascination with death and being an unpredictable talk-show guest | The A.V. Club Chicago
The A.V. Club chatted with Norm MacDonald about the future of his career, his fascination with death, and his sparkling reputation as an unpredictable talk-show guest. [Read More]
David Cross: 'Arrested Development' Movie "Not Going to Happen" | TV Squad
"I think what I will tell you, it's not going to happen. It's not official, but I just don't think it's going to happen. Way too much time it's been (since the show ended). I mean, there's so many people involved. Everyone's doing their own thing, you know. And everybody's aged. It's just not going to happen. I'm sure I speak for everybody when I say we'd love for it to happen, we'd love to work on it, but just I don't think... not going to happen." [Read More]