Comedian Greg Giraldo at the Punch Line
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The last date listed for Comedian Greg Giraldo was Saturday January 3, 2009 / 10:00pm.
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Great show. The openers were just ok but Greg is such a pro that it made up for it. And of course the Punchline is always such a wonderful, intimate experience, although the more packed the house, the slower the service (I didn't even get to...continued
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Greg Giraldo, headliner
Greg Giraldo is one of the hottest comics in the country. Socially provocative and yet broadly funny, Greg has become one of the most versatile and highly entertaining comics working today.
Recently, Greg shot pilots Fresh Squeezed for NBC and The Root of All Evil for Comedy Central. His debut comedy album, Good Day to Cross a River, was released by Comedy Central Records. In 2006, he hosted The Stand Up Show with Greg Giraldo on Comedy Central and he appeared on the Comedy Central Roast of William Shatner. On past shows, Greg has roasted Pamela Anderson, Howard Stern and Jeff Foxworthy.
Greg is well known from his stint as a regular panelist on Comedy Central’s Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. He regularly contributes a “rant” segment to Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC) where he provides his unique spin on current events, politics, and family life. In addition to his two half hour stand-up specials, Comedy Central Presents…Greg Giraldo, Greg also has performed on Late Show with David Letterman (CBS), and he has been a guest on Late Night with Conan O’ Brien (NBC) a dozen times.
In late 2004, Greg released an enormously successful song with producer LaZBoy entitled “Underwear Goes Inside the Pants” that has received a tremendous amount of airplay on both Modern rock and Top 40 radio across the country.
Over his career Greg has created and starred in sitcom pilots for NBC and CBS, and was given the opportunity to develop and star in his own ABC sitcom, “Common Law,” which was loosely based on his experiences at a New York law firm.