Craig Robinson from NBC's "The Office" at the Ontario Improv
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The last date listed for Comedian Craig Robinson was Saturday March 22, 2008 / 11:00pm.
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From Letterman to America's Got Talent, ventriloquist and clean-humor comedian Kevin Johnson has been wowing audiences for decades with his unique vocal talents. With believable characters like Clyde the vulture and Matilda the cockatoo on his arm, Johnson yodels, tells jokes and banters among their distinct personalities -- all without moving his lips, mouth or neck. As one of the world's top 10 ventriloquists, Johnson's act has earned him accolades from tough judge Simon Cowell as well as the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, who twice honored him as Best Male Performer of the year for his work at San Diego's Legoland California resort. Learn More
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This was a wonderful show. I wasn't really pleased with the comedians before him, however this guy was awesome. My boyfriend and I were so impressed. I will definitely refer him to my friends. It's good to see that he has such wonderful talent in music and is able to mix that into his act.
He is certainly worth the money. This is a MUST SEE PERFORMANCE!!
Craig Robinson’s wit and style have made him a favorite in comedy clubs, festivals and TV.
He has appeared on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, NBC’s Comedy Showcase" and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, to name a few.
He recently costarred on John Corbett’s TV series Lucky, which the Hollywood Reporter called “an original series that is truly original” and the San Francisco Chronicle proclaimed “a slice of genius.” It was, of course, promptly cancelled.
Widely recognized as a star on the rise, Robinson takes a humble approach regarding his success: “I believe that God intends for each of us to do something special. I go on stage and invite people into my world. I can only hope they stay and bring friends.”