Comedians Nick Griffin and Wali Collins: Comics As Seen on TV at Broadway Comedy Club
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The last date listed for Comedians Nick Griffin and Wali Collins: Comics As Seen on TV was Saturday November 7, 2009 / 11:00pm.
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It's not often that you hear the phrases "family friendly" and "comedy show" in the same sentence, but that's exactly what you get with this show. Improv 4 Kids comes to the Broadway Comedy Club with an entertaining show that has wowed audiences of all ages in New York City and nationwide. No two versions are ever the same as members of Eight Is Never Enough's high-energy improv troupe create songs and skits on the spot based on audience suggestions. Lots of audience volunteers get to join the action on stage, too. The troupe has played off-Broadway at the Lambs Theatre in New York City and presented more than 1,000 performances at the Laugh Factory in Times Square and the New York Improv. Learn More
In the early days of Nick’s career he appeared on a handful of television shows including A & E’s An Evening at the Improv and Comedy on the Road. He also began writing for television and was a staff writer on the Keenen Ivory Wayans Show in 1996 and head-writer for the Bobby Slayton/Sue Murphy radio show. In 1998 he was invited to take part in the New Faces show at The HBO Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. That same year he made his network television debut on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, as well as Comedy Central’s Premium Blend.
He now headlines America’s best comedy clubs and is a regular guest on nationally syndicated radio’s The Bob and Tom Show. Best of all, in October of 2005, he fulfilled his lifelong dream of appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman, which he has now done 5 times.
Wali Collins’ television stand-up credits include HBO, ABC’s “The View”, Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd”, and commentary on VH1, to name a very few. David Letterman caught Wali’s act and recruited him to warm-up for his show. Later that season Wali was a featured performer on the “Late Show with David Letterman”.