Kevin Nealon of Weeds and Saturday Night Live at Cobb's
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The last date listed for Comedian Kevin Nealon was Friday April 26, 2013 / 10:15pm.
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For some 30 years, Cobb's Comedy Club has been one of the hottest venues on the stand-up circuit, hosting both up-and-comers and established comics. Known for developing some of the country's top performers -- including stars like Robin Williams and Margaret Cho -- the club's famed showcases feature the funniest rising comics in the Bay Area and beyond, many of whom already boast major TV credits. A fixture in San Francisco's famous North Beach, Cobb's offers a complete dinner menu and full-service bar for a complete evening of entertainment. Learn More
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What a difference it made going to a comedy show on a night where a "major, known" performer was headlining! Full house, drinks flowing, awesome warm up acts, great ambiance. Drink service is.... SLOW. Don't get there late or you'll get bad seating.
Best known for his long-running stint on Saturday Night Live, Kevin Nealon’s unique sense of humor, profound dry wit, and likeable demeanor quickly set him apart. Remembered for such well-known characters as The Subliminal Man, Hans and Franz, and the anchor of Weekend Update, Kevin was also nominated for an Emmy Award in 1988 as part of the SNL writing team. Kevin’s film credits include “Happy Gilmore,” “The Wedding Singer,” “Little Nicky,” “John Waters’ Cecil B. Demented,” and “Roxanne.” His television career has included roles on “Conspiracy Zone,” “Hiller and Diller,” and “Champs,” as well as many guest appearances on shows like “Heartbreakers,” “Dharma and Greg,” “Third Rock From the Sun,” “Three Sisters,” and “The Outer Limits.” Kevin has also been featured in specials on every major cable network and is a regular guest on talk shows, including “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and “Late Show with David Letterman.” Most recently Kevin stared in the critically acclaimed Showtime series, “Weeds,” about a suburban mother turned marijuana dealer.