Joey Diaz' Dirty Show at the Ontario Improv
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The last date listed for Comedian Joey Diaz's Dirty Show was Tuesday September 11, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Joey “CoCo” Diaz is definitely not your typical Latino comedian. At first glance you think this guy’s gotta be one of the mobsters from the “Sopranos.” Then you hear him speak and you’re positive he’s Italian. But Joey’s 100% Cuban, born in Havana and raised on the west side of New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen. He’s also one hell of a funny guy who will keep you in stitches throughout his entire standup routine.
Uncle Joey, as he is often called, is loveably offensive while executing his raw and uncensored style of comedy. When it comes to performing on stage, you’ll never see Joey doing the same set twice. This invariably makes him a crowd favorite because they never know what’s coming next! His highly energetic style makes him one of the hottest comics on the Sunset Strip, where you can catch him performing nightly at the world famous “Comedy Store.”
Joey, or “Mad Flava” as his boys call him, has worked just about every major club on the comedy circuit. He has been described by many of his peers as the “Cuban Jackie Gleason,” and just like Jackie, he seems right at home on the screen as well as on the stage. Joey has made numerous television appearances as both an actor and as a comedian and has been recently seen on hit shows like: “NYPD Blue”, “Arliss”, “Mad TV”, “Cedric the Entertainer Presents”, and the “Best Damn Sports Show Period.” His big screen endeavors are just as impressive with featured appearances in movies like: “Analyze That” with Robert DeNiro and Billy Crystal, “Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star” with David Spade, “American Gun” with James Coburn, “Women vs. Men” with Joe Mantegna, Robert Pastorelli and Chaz Palminteri, and “Back by Midnight” with Rodney Dangerfield and Chirsty Alley.