Take five wounded veterans and four top comedians, the result... laughter and the healing power of humor.


John Wager
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Credited cast:
Robert Henline Robert Henline ... Self - Comedy Warrior (as Bobby Henline)
Rob Jones Rob Jones ... Self - Comedy Warrior
Joe Kashnow Joe Kashnow ... Self - Comedy Warrior
Stephen Rice Stephen Rice ... Self - Comedy Warrior
Darisse Smith Darisse Smith ... Self - Comedy Warrior
Lewis Black ... Self - Coach
Mark Brazill ... Self - Coach
Zach Galifianakis ... Self - Coach
Bernadette Luckett Bernadette Luckett ... Self - Coach
Bob Nickman Bob Nickman ... Self - Coach
B.J. Novak ... Self - Coach
Kevin Rooney Kevin Rooney ... Self - Coach
Bob Saget ... Self - Coach
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Marincic Richard Marincic ... Self


In the documentary, Comedy Warriors - Healing Through Humor, five severely wounded Iraq/Afghanistan veterans were given the opportunity to explore their experiences through the healing power of humor. This film follows their journey as they work with professional comedy writers, and A-List comedians: Zach Galifianakis, Lewis Black, Bob Saget, and B.J. Novak, who help them write and perform their own personal stand-up comedy routines. This exciting venture gives them new comedic perspectives from which to view their injuries and their lives, and culminates in one big night performing at LA's top comedy clubs. Written by Anonymous

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Great Film
13 December 2013 | by Jjax889See all my reviews

Our service men and women give so much to us. They go over sacrifice themselves then come back injured and oftentimes that includes the lose of a limb. I can not imagine how tough and painful that is to endure. In the movie "Comedy Warriors" we met 5 service men/women who use the power of laughter to overcome the injuries they suffered during the war. Later on they team up with several established comedians and they begin working on their material. They go back home and at the end they perform in Los Angeles and the best part is they do great, they are really funny even when they are not referencing the injuries. There are not many films that make you feel good about the world fortunately "Comedy Warriors" is an uplifting experience.

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