Incredibly Handsome Comedians
Incredibly Handsome Comedians: Stand-Up in Carlsbad
$25.00 - $40.00
$10.00 - $20.00*
Finally a comedy tour fighting for the rights of the handsome! When three men were deported from Saudi Arabia for being too handsome, UCSD graduate Tim Lee -- who has long suffered from "player hate" himself -- sprung into action. He recruited comedians Monty Franklin and Andrew Norelli to his cause, knowing them to be openly handsome comedians. Their mission: To inspire men to embrace their own handsomeness and lobby for the recognition of "player hating" as a crime. It would be nice if they could someday tour Saudi Arabia without being deported, also. These sexy stand-ups manage to be both funny and attractive at the same time and serve as an inspiration for everyone. Between the three, they manage to represent a diverse range of handsomeness: Tim Lee is a native Californian with a Ph.D. whose bad boy tendencies are curbed by an intellectual edge. He's been featured in The New York Times
and performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Andrew Norelli is a Sagittarius whose ruggedness is balanced by his soft side. When he's not racing motorcycles he loves to scrapbook. He has performed on the Late Show with David Letterman
and Jimmy Kimmel Live
. Last but not least, Australian Monty Franklin enjoys surfing, moonlit walks on the beach and swing dancing to a live band. Monty's numerous television performances include Channel Ten's The Circle
and The Comedy Channel's Stand Up Australia
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Incredibly Handsome Comedians have expired.
The last date listed for Incredibly Handsome Comedians was Saturday June 29, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Tim Lee
A biologist by training, he graduated magna cum laude from UC San Diego with honors in biology. He went on to complete his PhD at UC Davis. He spent years developing simulation and analytical models of population dynamics before he discovered that this bored him to tears. When he tried comedy for the first time the tears stopped.