Comedian Paul Mooney from Chappelle's Show at Cobb's Comedy Club
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The last date listed for Comedian Paul Mooney was Sunday November 13, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Tracy Morgan burst into the national consciousness in 1996 when he joined the cast of Saturday Night Live, where he spent seven years contributing his unique brand of humor to the ensemble cast. His own comedy series, The Tracy Morgan Show, followed, as well as numerous film and TV appearances and a book. He's currently starring in NBC's hit sitcom 30 Rock alongside Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin. See him live at Cobb's. Learn More
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Very fun and organized event. Cobbs seats everyone personally so General Admission tickets don't turn into a scramble. Cocktail service was better than I expected and the drinks were made well. Mooney was unstoppable and the opening acts were great. My face hurt from laughing.
Paul Mooney's first professional gig in comedy was with Richard Pryor. He wrote most of the hilarious routines for Pryor's "Saturday Night Live" appearance, co-wrote material on the groundbreaking "Live On Sunset" and "Is It Something I Said" albums, as well as Pryor's film "Jo Jo Dancer, You're Life Is Calling." As head writer for The Richard Pryor Show, he was responsible for the national television debuts of Robin Williams & Sandra Bernhard, to name a few.
Mooney wrote for the late Redd Foxx's "Sanford and Son" series and was head writer for "Good Times". He was the head writer during the first year of Fox's "In living Color," creating the hilarious "Homey the Clown" skit. On "Saturday Night Live" he wrote Chevy Chase's famous word association skit. Most recently Mooney appeared on Comedy Central’s “Chappelle's Show”.
Paul Mooney came into his own with his controversial and critically acclaimed, debut comedy album "Race," for which he received a Grammy nomination. His album "Master Piece" continues to stir anger, laughter, and thought. "I always drop in some history" he explains "It's knowledge. There's always a message in my comedy and you may not get it that night – it's like time bombs. It'll get you a week later. You'll understand."