Chelsea Lately's Loni Love at Cobb's, With Rachel FeinsteinCobb's Comedy Club, at Lombard (915 Columbus Ave San Francisco, CA 94133)
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Don't get me wrong, Loni is an excellent comedian. We were just a bit bummed because about half of the material was the same as we heard when we last saw her. A lot of comedians use some of the same material at every show but with so much going on in the world, a whole new show is possible. Her new jokes were good but she also seemed to give her opinion a few times (vs. telling a joke or a story). She did not do that the last time we saw her.
And the comedian just before Loni had an odd sense of humor that we really didn't care for. It was nice that Loni gave a local a chance to do stand up too. That lady was pretty decent for someone just starting out.
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- See a clip from Love's stand-up special America's Sister on YouTube.
Throughout her career, comedian and actress Loni Love has brought audiences into hysterics with her witty satire and hilarious stand-up. Through her tireless pursuits for comedic excellence, Love has now found herself in the top tier of comedy being named Hot Comic for 2009 by Campus Activity magazine and one of the “Top 10 Comics to Watch” by both Variety and Comedy Central. With a knack for show business, Love is not only one of the most hilarious and lovable comics around, but also one of the most recognized faces on TV as busy host, guest panelist and actress who continues to strive in every facet of the industry. When not busy traveling the globe on her “Love Train” comedy tour, Love hosts E!s Wildest TV Show Moments, and recurs as a panelist on both the late night talk show Chelsea Lately and truTV’s The Smoking Gun Presents: The World’s Dumbest.
Growing up as a latchkey daughter of a hardworking mother in Detroit’s Brewster-Douglass Housing Projects, Loni Love always had an unparallelled work ethic. Working on the General Motors assembly line in high school, she found a passion for electrical engineering, which landed her a scholarship to Prairie View A&M University in Texas. It was there that she first took to the stage, at a nightclub that was offering a $50 prize to the person who could tell the best story. Love won the $50 prize and fell in love with stand-up comedy, routinely getting gigs throughout college. Upon graduation, Love landed an engineering job in California and headed west to pursue her dream.
After feeling out the Los Angeles comedy club scene and becoming a regular at the legendary Laugh Factory, “the love train” reached full steam in 2003 when the electrical engineer by day / stand-up comedian by night was chosen for the comics showcase at HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. Soon after, Love won the Jury Prize for Best Stand-Up and was a finalist on CBS TV’s revival of Star Search both in the same year. Since then, the Detroit native has since forged a diverse and dynamic career that qualifies her as one of the most hardworking women in show business.
Her skills and winning presence landed Love a role in the major motion picture Soul Plane alongside Tom Arnold, D.L. Hughley and Snoop Dog. She has continued honing her acting craft in such Los Angeles area theater productions as 12 Angry Women, LoveSide, Sister Girl and Devil’s Journey.
On the small screen, Love starred in her own half-hour special for Comedy Central in 2007 and has also been seen on the channel's Premium Blend, Weekends at the DL and Chocolate News. Her many television appearances include The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The Best Damn Sports Show Period, VH1's I Love the '70s/'80s/'90s, Vh1's The Great Debate and Comics Unleashed among numerous others. Love has enjoyed a recurring role on the Nickelodeon show Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide as well as guest-starring roles on UPN's Girlfriends and the CBS sitcom Worst Week. She has also been a guest host on GSN Live, as well as a correspondent for The Dr. Oz Show. In 2009 Loni became a CNN correspondent for the show D.L. Hughley Breaks the News, covering the inauguration of President Barak Obama.
Loni’s very own one-hour special entitled Loni Love: America’s Sister premiered in May 2010 on Comedy Central. Loni's first love is performing for live audiences and puts it simply, "I love to make people laugh!"