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The Gotham All-Stars with Will Vought, Erin Maguire, Jon Laster & more!
Thursday, November 21, 2019 8:00 PM
Gotham Comedy Club, New York, NY
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  • Ticket Price: $17.00 - $100.00
  • Door Time: 7:15 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 18 & over
    2 Beverage Minimum Per Person
    Non-Refundable & Non-Transferable

A professional Showcase featuring comics from "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon", "Late Night with Seth Meyers", "The Late Show", "The Daily Show", Conan on TBS, Comedy Central, HBO and various TV shows and films.
Featuring Marion Grodin, Will Vought, Erin Maguire, Jon Laster and Gregg Rogell!

Will Vought:

A true multi-hyphenate talent in the entertainment industry today, Will Vought is an accomplished actor, comedian and writer, having worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood.

In 2019, Vought can be seen starring in one of television's most critically acclaimed dramedy series, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" on Amazon, alongside the likes of Rachel Brosnahan, Alex Borstein, Zachary Levi, and Jane Lynch. Set in Manhattan in the 1950s, the show follows a sharp, energetic housewife (Brosnahan) who discovers her own comedic skills and attempts to reinvent her life with all odds against her as a stand-up comic. Vought will star in the third season as Major Buck Brillstein, an enthusiastic emcee and comedian for the Army USO tour show, introducing all the acts and appearing in various sketch comedy pieces. Season three of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" will premiere on Amazon on December 6, 2019.

Additional television credits for Vought include CBS' "The Good Wife" and its critically acclaimed CBS All Access spin-off, "The Good Fight," both "Lipstick Jungle" and "Love Bites" on NBC, Fox's "Bones," FX's "Wilfred," and voiceover work for "Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story," (2015) alongside names such as Mel Brooks, Danny DeVito and Francis Ford Coppola.

Vought is also an accomplished comedian, having toured the country opening for Wayne Brady at venues such as The Mirage in Las Vegas and The MGM Grand in Detroit as well as performing at world renowned comedic venues, such as the Comic Strip Live, Carolines on Broadway, and Gotham Comedy Club in New York City. Vought has been praised for his quick wit, skilled impressions and ability to mimic just about everyone. Influenced by the likes of Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld and David Letterman, Vought has a sincere passion for comedy and always finds his way back to the stage.

Vought got his start in the entertainment industry by contributing to Scott Shannon's #1 morning show on 95.5 WPLJ, offering David Letterman updates and recaps. This opportunity opened the door for Vought to work for "Late Night with Conan O'Brien." Following his work with Conan, Vought was offered a position in the West Wing of the White House, working for former President Bill Clinton, where he still continued his radio work on the weekends, as the youngest morning show host in the country at just 22 years old. His passion for hosting radio soon sparked his love for stand-up; he soon began formal training in acting while continuing to practice his comic craft on stage at various comedy clubs. Vought went on to serve as head writer for Wayne Brady during his time hosting the "The Late Late Show" prior to James Corden in 2014 on CBS, and later moving on to tour the country together performing stand-up. Vought also collaborates consistently with renowned Actor and Comedian Paul Reiser, including opening for his standup and shopping a television pilot they wrote together with Julie Bergman.

When not on set or on stage, Vought loves to spend time with his son and travel, ski, go to the movies, and grab coffee with his friends and other comics. To unwind, Vought loves to practice transcendental meditation twice a day.

Marion Grodin:

When it comes to comedy, Marion Grodin can pretty much do it all….When it comes to life…well, she’s still working on paying her parking tickets, and trying not to eat cake. Marion started out as a staff writer for the network sitcoms “It’s a Living” and “Princesses”, was put under contract to Twentieth Century Fox, and later went on to sell six screenplays. Just as she was about to embark on her seventh screenplay, it dawned on her that her father had not lovingly nicknamed her “Mouth” for nothing; she decided it was time to start saying all these funny things she was writing for other people to say… So, for the last decade, Marion Grodin has been one of the hottest comics in the country. She is a favorite at New York City’s top clubs, including Standup NY and Gotham Comedy Club, where she regularly headlines. As one of the country’s top emcees, Marion’s incredible ability to improvise has allowed her to master the art of talking with the audience. Always willing to be as self-revealing as she is probing of the audience…this affectionately edgy style has become Marion’s trademark. The result is a hilariously personal show that makes the audience feel like it was custom-made just for them. Marion has toured with Linda Ronstadt, opened for Lewis Black, Judy Gold, and Robert Klein…as well as having shared the stage with Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle, Roseanne Barr and Robin Williams. She has performed for 1000+ seat rooms and for A+ private events, including Gilda’s Club and Ethel Kennedy’s annual fundraisers. Marion has also been seen on NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien, and ABC’s The View. In addition, she worked as the Charles Grodin show’s comedy producer, making regular appearances on the MSNBC show, as well as conducting comedic celebrity interviews. Marion also hosted her own radio show for CBS, over a two year period, where her guests included friends, like Lisa Lampanelli, Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, Kyra Sedgewick, and Lewis Black. In addition to her standup, Marion has most recently produced two highly successful fundraisers, starring such luminaries as Martin Short, Lewis Black, Regis Philbin, Charles Grodin, and Paul Shaffer. Marion knows firsthand that laughter is truly the best medicine, having survived breast cancer, divorce, and various addictions – including an inappropriate relationship to Haagen Dazs. Her dream is to be able to integrate her diverse life experiences, genuine concern for people, and unstoppable ability to make EVERYTHING funny...in a forum that would be both entertaining and helpful to other people. Talk show anyone?

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