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The Laugh Button Live! Wednesday, November 28, 2012 09:30 PM Gotham Comedy Club, New York, NY
  • 18 & over
  • 2 Beverage Minimum Per Person
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Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
  • Rich Vos

    Rich Vos

  • Louis Katz

    Louis Katz

  • Bonnie McFarlane Comedy Central Certified

    Bonnie McFarlane

  • Dan Soder

    Dan Soder

  • Wil Sylvince

    Wil Sylvince

Show Details
  • Ticket Price : $12.00
  • Door Time: 8:45 PM
  • Show Type : Comedy
  • Showroom: The Vintage Lounge
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    2 Beverage Minimum Per Person
    Non-Refundable & Non-Transferable
Description: A Night With Rich Vos & Friends!

Scheduled to appear:
Bonnie McFarlane
Dan Soder
Louis Katz
Wil Sylvince
Alison Forns
Rich Vos:

Rich Vos is an incredibly gifted comic who not only has sharp, insightful material, but he is also a master at working the crowd.

Hisability to perform in front of any audience has landed him television shows as varied as being the first white comic on Def Jam to performing on the View.

Rich was the breakout star of NBC's Last Comic Standing seasons 1 and 3, was a regular guest on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and wrote for Chris Rock when he hosted The Academy Awards in 2005. He also played Lenny Bruce on NBC's American Dreams and is a regular on the Opie and Anthony radioshow.

He has one of the highest rated half hour specials on comedy central and his DVD just sold over 40 copies.
 

Louis Katz:

Louis was born and raised in Los Angeles (not the Valley, not Orange County, but actually in Los Angeles). His comedy career began at the incredibly early age of 9 when as part of a school project he submitted several jokes to “The Tonight Show,” two of which were read on air by Johnny Carson. When Louis moved to Northern California to attend UC Berkeley, he continued to pursue comedy as a writer/performer with the Theater Rice sketch comedy troupe. After graduating, he began performing stand-up throughout the Bay Area and quickly made a name for himself. He is now a professional comedian who can be seen performing at clubs and colleges across the country. In 2005, Louis had a great year, appearing in both the Montreal Comedy Festival and Atlanta’s “Laffapalooza” Comedy Festival. He also made his television debut (not counting the time he went on "The Judge Joe Brown Show") on “Last Call with Carson Daly.”

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