Cobb's Comedy Club Celebrates 25th Anniversary with Louis CK
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The last date listed for Cobb's 25th Anniversary: Louis CK was Sunday September 9, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Jon Lovitz headlines Cobb's Comedy Club. Best known for his seven years on TV's Saturday Night Live, where he played several memorable characters, including pathological liar Tommy Flanagan and The Master Thespian. He's also had a long-running film and TV career, voicing the lead in animated series The Critic and making multiple appearances on The Simpsons, appearing in such movies as A League of Their Own, and more. Recently, he's ventured into the world of stand-up, blending topical jokes with observational humor at top clubs around the nation. Learn More
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Featured review from Doug Dodd
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My friends and I had a ball and we laughed hard. The venue was great, our seats were awesome, the food was good and the talent was impressive. Louis C.K. even shook hands with us on our way out, and we took pictures with him. He is the King! I cannot WAIT to see him again!
Louis C.K. is one of the most respected stand-up comedians working today. He appeared as number 98 on Comedy Central's list of 100 greatest stand-ups of all time. His credits as a writer include “Saturday Night Live”, “Late Show with David Letterman”, “Late Night with Conan O'Brien”, and “The Chris Rock Show.” In the spring of 2005 C.K. created a sitcom for HBO entitled “Lucky Louie”, described as a realistic portrayal of family life; some summarize it as "Everybody Loves Raymond” with swearing.