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432 Star Starred
Cobb's Comedy Club
at Lombard 915 Columbus Ave San Francisco, CA 94133
415-928-4320
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Valet at san Remo Hotel just a block-ish away. Parking was too hard to find.
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Cesar Salad Was Great, Don't Forget The Chicken
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4.5 average rating
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365 reviews
142 stars
attended Jul 22 2007

Bill was the bomb! He makes everyone laugh and it was quite a mixed crowd. Reggie Steel was pretty amazing too! Can't wait to see BIll when he comes back again.

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365 reviews
142 stars
attended Aug 16 2008

We enjoyed him the last time he was at Cobb's and we enjoyed him again. He is very talented. Most of the jokes were new - some we had heard before yet we still enjoyed hearing them. Thanks, Bill!

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38 reviews
9 stars
attended Aug 15 2008

He's usually a pretty funny guy... but I'd heard the same jokes 5 years ago... he needed new material.

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Description

For five years Bill Bellamy had the unique opportunity to host “MTV Jamz” where he was able to cleverly blend an eclectic mix of street culture, locker room observations and a myriad of experiences placing him well ahead of the new generation of funny men. It was the combination of Bill’s professionalism, style and charismatic personality which scored him top interviews with some of the hottest talent in town.

Bill has co-starred in several small and big screen features including “Def Comedy Jam National Tour,” “Love Jones,” “Love Stinks,” “Any Given Sunday,” “The Brothers,” and Fox TV show “Fastlane.” Bill has also made guest appearances on “The Best Damn Sports Show Period,” “Last Call with Carson Daly,” and “Late Night with Conan O’Brien.” His intelligence and infectious humor landed the comedian a guest-correspondent stint on “Entertainment Tonight.” Bellamy also co-hosted the prestigious Malibu MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards and the Diversity Awards with Kathy Griffin for the Multicultural Motion Pictures Association. He is currently the host of “Last Comic Standing.”