Comedian-Rapper Eric Schwartz, aka Smooth-E, at Brea Improv
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Eric Schwartz, aka Smooth-E, is a stand-up comedian, sketch player, rapper and actor who seamlessly weaves through a countless lineup of original characters and musical pieces, making him a favorite at clubs, colleges, on television and the web. One of the most downloaded comedians, Schwartz‘s popularity is quickly rising. “E! News Daily” host Ryan Seacrest says Schwartz is “rocking the web” with “video that’s got everyone Googling.”
Smooth-E personifies the fresh-blended creation for which he is named. Mixing comedy, music, and viral internet videos, millions of fans worldwide have begun to “surrender to the blender.” Myspace.com consistently ranks Schwartz in the top three comedians with millions of views each month.
Defying the boundaries of traditional stand-up, his multimedia appeal has the power to capture radio spins and national headlines. When a story happens in Hollywood, Smooth-E instantly whips up hilarious songs and videos often seen on CNN, FOX, “The Tonight Show,” E!, celebrity tabloid shows and more. A trendsetter in the digital comedy age, Smooth-E writes the groundbreaking material, makes the beats and creates high production-value videos while the ink is still drying on the newsprint.