Donald Glover - Gross (live show review) | Dead-Frog
Donald Glover opens his show with his warning that he not so good of a comedian that you should stick around if you vomit on yourselves, which apparently happened with one woman at one of his appearances. He certainly wouldn’t, even if it was a Zombie Bernie Mac appearance at the Apollo. Glover is definitely funny enough to stick around for in all kinds of uncomfortable states, but despite the title of his show, I couldn’t think of why anybody would vomit on themselves. [Read More]
‘Community’ star, comedian Donald Glover releases rap album, video
Comedian Donald Glover of NBC’s Community and Derrick Comedy released his third rap album, Culdesac. Although many of you may know Glover from his sketch, stand-up comedy, or recent Twitter campaign... [Read More]
Patton Oswalt, Greg Behrendt, more comedians will play Bumbershoot festival
The Seattle music and arts festival Bumbershoot recently announced its jam-packed comedy lineup for the September event. Boasting both national acts and up and coming comedians, Bumbershoot will have ... [Read More]
Just For Laughs Montreal to fete The Second City, Glee writers, Aziz Ansari and Donald Glover in 2010
Just For Laughs has announced it'll honor The Second City with a lifetime achievement award and Glee with its comedy writers of the year award when JFL convenes in Montreal next month. [Read More]
Just For Laughs announces 2010 Zoofest Montreal lineup of one-man shows
For the second year, Just For Laughs Montreal is putting several of its shows into an offshoot called Zoofest, and this time, they're opening acknowledging it as the "off the wall parallel&q... [Read More]
For your consideration: Donald Glover as the new Spider-Man? Bid launched on Twitter, Facebook
n If timing is everything, then the bid by comedian and Community actor Donald Glover to get an audition for the reboot of Sony's blockbuster Spider-Man franchise shows a keen awareness of how t... [Read More]
Donald Glover talks about being ready for opportunities whenever they may come | The Comic's Comic
Two years ago, Donald Glover was a writer for Emmy-winning best sitcom 30 Rock, which is quite an achievement for anyone straight out of college. [Read More]
Mystery Team DVD Review | comedians.about.com
"I suspect Mystery Team has a long shelf life ahead of it, not just because it features several promising young comedians "way back when," but because it's the kind of movie people are going to be discovering on DVD for years to come. It's that kind of movie -- the kind you find quoting to your friends and trying to convince other people to seek out. It's a special movie, and one it feels good to pass along." [Read More]
Loni Love - Love is in the air (interview) | Punchline Magazine
With a comedy tour in full swing, her very own one-hour special entitled Loni Love: America’s Sister set to premiere on May 8 on Comedy Central followed by a DVD to hit the shelves June 1st – comedienne Loni Love is loving life. The Chelsea Lately panelist, radio co-host and self-proclaimed buffet lover took some time to talk to us, in New York, between an appearance on Fox and Friends and an emceeing gig at the Long Island Equality Awards. [Read More]
Conchords' Rhys Darby Goes Home For 'Love Birds' Comedy | Deadline
Rhys Darby, to my mind the funniest thing in HBO’s The Flight of the Choncords, has returned home to film comedy Love Birds. This New Zealand/UK co-production will film in Auckland until mid-May. Darby, who co-stars as hapless band manager Murray Hewitt in the HBO comedy, plays another lonely guy in Love Birds. This time he plays somebody nursing a wild bird back to health after his girlfriend dumps him. [Read More]