Stand-Up Comics Doug Benson and Sean Cullen: SF Sketchfest at Cobb's
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The last date listed for Comedians Doug Benson and Sean Cullen was Thursday January 22, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Cobb's Comedy Club
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- $18.50 - $23.50
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- COMP - $11.75
This pair of hilarious female comics take the stage at Cobb's for an evening of laughs. Laurie Ki...Learn More
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Sean Cullen is such a class stand-up act I'm shocked he hadn't been down in SF sooner. Come more often!
Doug continues to be a funny guy with great stand up routines. Lots of comics I can see a number of times but I'll never get tired of Doug....continued
Quotes & Highlights
Benson’s October 2008 engagement at Cobb’s received rave reviews on Goldstar.
Doug Benson finished in the top six on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and is a series regular on VH-1’s “Best Week Ever.” He also makes recurring appearances on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “The Sarah Silverman Program” and has his own half-hour special on Comedy Central. Doug has also made numerous guest appearances including on shows such as “Friends” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and has performed on “The Late Late Show,” “Premium Blend” and countless others.
Doug was also one of the creators/writers/stars of “The Marijuana-Logues,” a show that’s been a hit (small pun intended) in clubs and theatres from Los Angeles to New York—and drew a bongload of rave reviews. Now there’s a CD, also called The Marijuana-Logues, and a book, The Marijuana-Logues: Everything About Pot That We Could Remember. In 2006, High Times Magazine named Doug the “Stoner of The Year,” and most recently he starred in the documentary “Super High Me.”
Sean Cullen combines stream of consciousness improv with uncanny mimicry and broad musical talents to create a style that is his and his alone. Once a member of seminal Canadian group Corky and the Juice Pigs, Sean has gone on to be a finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” and has appeared on shows including “The Ellen Show,” “The Tonight Show” and “The Late Late Show,” as well as his own “Comedy Central Presents” special. He also starred in his own television series “The Sean Cullen Show” on the CBC.