Stand Up Comics I Have Seenby belleaudrey | created - 21 Aug 2013 | updated - 21 Aug 2013 | Public
Including Comics I Have Seen Live But Not On TV DVD ETC. Not Including A Lot More I Can't Find On IMDB.
2. Bob Newhart
Actor | Newhart
Bob Newhart was born on September 5, 1929 in Oak Park, Illinois, USA as George Robert Newhart. He is an actor and writer, known for Newhart (1982), The Rescuers (1977) and Elf (2003). He has been married to Ginny Newhart since January 12, 1963. They have four children.
3. Ray Romano
Actor | Everybody Loves Raymond
Ray Romano grew up in Forest Hills, Queens. He performed in the NYC comedy club circuit before landing a guest spot on The Letterman Show. It was here that he propelled his TV show Everybody Loves Raymond.
He was also the voice of the Mammoth in the extremely successful Ice Age Series Movies.
He is ...
Actress | Wreck-It Ralph
Two-time Emmy Award winner Sarah Silverman is one of the most versatile talents in entertainment, with credits including that of actress, creator, writer, executive producer, comedian, and author. Silverman will next be seen in both The Book of Henry and The Lonely Island's Popstar: Never Stop ...
Actor | Saved by the Bell
Attended Zion Lutheran School in Anaheim, California. While in fifth grade, he portrayed 8th-grader Samuel "Screech" Powers in the television series Good Morning, Miss Bliss (1987), which evolved into Saved by the Bell (1989) and its various television movies and spin-offs. Also appeared in the ...
6. Tom Green
Actor | Freddy Got Fingered
Tom Green was born on July 30, 1971 in Pembroke, Ontario, Canada as Michael Thomas Green. He is a producer and actor, known for Freddy Got Fingered (2001), Road Trip (2000) and Charlie's Angels (2000). He was previously married to Drew Barrymore.
OK Not Really A Stand Up Comic But I Saw Him Do Stand Up On Tour
7. Jeremy Hotz
Actor | Speed 2: Cruise Control
Jeremy has performed standup comedy in Canada for over a decade. He has received a Gemini award nomination for the writing of his very own CBC-TV comedy show. He has numerous TV appearances as an actor and standup in Canada. He was on the writing staff of The Jon Stewart show and was an industry ...
9. Ron James
Actor | Tommy Boy
Ron James' unique brand of physical comedy is balanced with intelligent and informative observations on everything from the mosquito driven torment of a Canadian camping trip to the sheer terror of being in a traffic jam with your bladder about to explode. His kinetic energy and comic style have ...
11. Laurie Elliott
Actress | Almost Audrey
Winner of the Tim Sims Encouragement Fund Award and the winner of a Canadian Comedy Award for stand up Laurie Elliott, also performs sketch comedy in one of the premiere male/female duos in Canada with partner Kevin Macdonald as Canadian Comedy Award nominees KEVLOR 2000. Television credits include...
12. Ron Sparks
Writer | By George
Ron Sparks is a Canadian comedian, actor and writer. He was born in Chatham-Kent, Ontario but lives in Toronto, Ontario, where he is best known as a stand-up comedian and regular and favourite juror on MuchMusic's highest-rated show, Video on Trial. He also starred as The Judge in the MuchMusic "...
15. Elvira Kurt
Writer | Baroness Von Sketch Show
A Toronto native and alumna of Second City, Elvira Kurt is an accomplished comedian who hosts her own TV program in Canada, has starred in an acclaimed Comedy Central half-hour special, has earned multiple nominations as College Comedian Of The Year, and has countless other TV credits as a comic, ...
Writer | The Toronto Show
Born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, Kristeen Von Hagen began her career in stand-up comedy in 1995, after moving to nearby Vancouver. Tiring of the Vancouver lifestyle, she moved east to Toronto the following year, and started appearing in Canadian television shows like 'She's so Funny' ...
24. Jeff McEnery
Actor | Dog Pound
Jeff McEnery is an actor and comedian best known for Dog Pound, Hotbox, and Just For Laughs: All Access.
Jeff McEnery won the prestigious "Tim Sims Encouragement Award" in 2005 and followed that up by winning "Yuk Yuk's $25,000 Great Canadian Laugh Off" in 2006 and "Best Newcomer" at the 2007 ...