Cobb's Comedy Club 25th Anniversary: Charlie Murphy
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The last date listed for Cobb's 25th Anniversary: Charlie Murphy was Monday September 10, 2007 / 7:00pm.
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Big-name comedians fill the roster for Saturday night shows at all the top comedy venues, and nowhere in San Francisco is that truer than at Cobb's Comedy Club. With this $5 offer, you can see your choice of Saturday night show, which would normally cost up to $24. For 30 years the nation's best comics have appeared at Cobb's -- comics like Robin Williams, Dana Carvey, Dave Chappelle, Dave Attell, Russell Peters, Louis CK and more. Claim this offer now and use it when your favorite headliner comes to town. (Some shows excluded. See full listing for details.) Learn More
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Featured review from Lynette Sweet
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When the opening acts are better than the headliner there is a problem. The headliner, Charlie Murphy, was not funny. He had little energy and poor material. Dave Chapelle must have been the reason for my illusion of Charlie Murphy being a comedian. I attend comedy shows on a regular basis and even though I have seen unfunny comedians, none has left me as disappointed as Charlie Murphy.
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Loved Charlie Murphy!
Jokes about airport security, people calling his name, ego getting you into trouble, presidental election, Mike Vick, and etc. were too funny!
The two comedian that preceded Charlie Murphy were great as well!
Once known mainly for his role as Eddie Murphy's off-screen brother, Charlie Murphy is quickly emerging as a breakout star on his own. As a member of the supporting cast of Chappelle's Show, his outrageous autobiographical "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories" have become part of pop culture history.
Charlie is currently performing his stand-up act on a US comedy club, college, casino, and theater tour. Recently he's appeared as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live and Comedy Central's Merry F-in X-Mas.
As an actor Charlie's appeared in films such as Snoop Dogg's Murder Was the Case, Jungle Fever, Mo Better Blues and Harlem Nights. His most current parts have been in King's Ransom and Roll Bounce.
Charlie's other Hollywood credits include screenwriting duties for Vampire in Brooklyn and Paper Soldiers.