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87 Star Starred
EastVille Comedy Club
Between 2nd Ave and Bowery 85 E 4th Street New York City, NY 10003
212-260-2445
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attended Sep 19 2009

One of the best comedy clubs I've been to in NY

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2 events
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2 stars
attended Sep 18 2009

Invited friends to join us and we laughed all weekend, from their delivery to the subject matter. Thank you

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Boston’s Gary Gulman has appeared on just about every television show a young standup comedian can appear on, including The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Late Show with David Letterman. His brand of clever, original comedy has delighted audiences of all ages all over America.

While Gary has been a headlining comedian for several years now, he is most well known for his breakthrough success on NBC’s hit standup showcase, Last Comic Standing. Over the past four years his charm and talent have also caught the attention of numerous television networks who have inked Gulman to star in lucrative comedy projects for them, including CBS, Showtime and FOX to star in his own show.

Though he’s only been performing for a relatively short time, his body of work includes a half-hour Showtime Network special, a critically lauded CD entitled Conversations With Inanimate Objects, the HBO comedy documentary Tourgasm with Dane Cook, and a one hour special on Comedy Central entitled Boyish Man. Comedy experts everywhere praise Gary as one of the top comedians touring today.

Mike Britt is a native of Brooklyn, New York with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Commerce & Engineering from Drexel University. He has been a stand-up comic for the last 15 years who is seriously dedicated to his craft and determined to rise to the top. Mike got into comedy spurred on by both friends and family. He had always enjoyed making people laugh but had no interest in pursuing comedy in any type of professional capacity. He got his start after attending a few comedy workshops at the former Uptown Comedy Club in Harlem, New York just to see what it would be like. It was there that he was given a blueprint to maximize his talent. Along with stand-up, Mike is very much interested in pursuing acting & directing careers as well.

Marc Maron has been host of The Marc Maron Show, and co-host of both Morning Sedition, and Breakroom Live all politically-oriented shows, produced under the auspices of Air America Media. He was also the host of Comedy Central’s Short Attention Span Theater for a year, replacing Jon Stewart.

Maron has been a frequent guest on the Late Show with David Letterman and made 42 appearances on Late Night with Conan O’Brien, (more than any other stand-up performer). He was a regular guest on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and hosted the short-lived U.S. version of the British TV Rock Trivia gameshow Nevermind The Buzzcocks on VH1.

Maron has been featured in his own specials on HBO and Comedy Central, and can briefly be seen in the film Almost Famous as the “Angry Promoter” who engages in quasi-martial arts fisticuffs with Noah Taylor, then chases the tour bus yelling “Lock the gates!”