Hannibal Buress, the stand-up comedian and former writer for NBC's Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock, recently sat down with Uinterview at SXSW to discuss his upcoming special Live from Chicago, airing on Comedy Central March 29.
Buress, who is best recognized from his numerous appearances on late night talk shows, has recently taken roles on a few well-known TV programs, often playing himself or a version of himself in FX's Louie, Comedy Central's The Awkward Comedy Show and Adult Swim's The Eric Andre Show.
Buress discussed his upcoming special, including some previews of his material. "I talk about drinking, I talk about traveling, I talk about clothes, I talk about food, I talk about traveling," Buress told Uinterview. "I really hit it. I hit everything and there's something for you. There's something for everybody."
Buress even gave his opinion on the new marijuana laws in Colorado. "Good for them! »
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