Craig Gass: That’s What He Said
It is said in comedy, a comic spends the beginning of their career finding their voice.  For stand up comedian Craig Gass, it took those early years to find multiple voices.  The dynamic impressionist has been wowing audiences for years with his spot on impressions of celebrities such as A... [Read More]
 
Fred Stoller: Maybe We’ll Have You Back
On 3rd Ave. and Fairfax in Los Angeles, there is a meeting place for residents and tourists alike called the Farmers Market.  Here, comedian and actor Fred Stoller sits for an interview with AmericasComedy.com.  He enjoys the market because the passing crowds of shoppers and sense of commu... [Read More]
 
No Name Turns 20: Art Flourishes in Manhattan Communities
A twentieth anniversary is something to be proud of.  It’s shows longevity, dedication, and prosperity.  The No Name Comedy and Variety Show in New York City celebrates it’s twentieth anniversary on Wednesday, February 26th in Washington Heights’ historic United Palace Th... [Read More]
 
Jeremiah Watkins Talks About Putting Standups On The Spot
The Improvised Stand Up Show (also known as Stand Up on The Spot and THUNDERPUSSY) is a regular show in Los Angeles that is exactly what it sounds like. Stand-up comedians take the stage and must improvise their entire set, based on suggestions from the crowd. It’s now produced monthly in Holl... [Read More]
 
Jeremiah Watkins Talks About Putting Standups On The Spot
The Improvised Stand Up Show (also known as Stand Up on The Spot and THUNDERPUSSY) is a regular show in Los Angeles that is exactly what it sounds like. Stand-up comedians take the stage and must improvise their entire set, based on suggestions from the crowd. It’s now produced monthly in Holl... [Read More]
 
Kyle Dunnigan’s Dark and Dirty Christmas Album
Comedian Kyle Dunnigan is well known for doing characters and impersonations, so he pretty much only had to bring himself to the party to create an all-star holiday album. AmericasComedy.Com spoke with Dunnigan about making the album, protecting his ego and breaking all the rules at a Yankee Swap.&n... [Read More]
 
Tammy Pescatelli Finds The Funny Beyond Being an Italian Chick
Tammy Pescatelli’s latest special, Finding The Funny, premiers November 1 on Netflix. Pescatelli spoke with AmericasComedy.Com about the long and bumpy road this hour has had finding its way to air, overcoming her Last Comic Standing reputation as “too Italian” and taping down... [Read More]
 
J-L Cauvin: Keep My Enemies Closer
Comedy has way of explaining everyday life that is more understandable. Sometimes things don’t add up or make sense, and a person is left to wonder why. If you’re stand-up comedian J-L Cauvin, comedy helps you realize why, and the results can be quite funny. The former assistant district... [Read More]
 
Greg Warren: Running Out of Time
New Yorkers can share similar stories on the day to day experiences of living in the Big Apple. Like the quote from the movie and TV series The Naked City, New York City has over 8 million stories at any given time. When New York comedians meet up, they not only have stories to tell but can make the... [Read More]
 
Cecily Strong to co-anchor Saturday Night Live ‘Weekend Update’ and other cast news
Just a few weeks before the premiere of season 39 of Saturday Night Live, some final cast movements are being made by the show’s producer Lorne Michaels and NBC will make official on Monday. The biggest news is “Weekend Update” and how they are going to handle the departure of Seth... [Read More]