Self-Esteemless Comedy: Self-Deprecating Stand-Up at the Punch Line
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Mitch Fatel has been showcasing his talent to rave reviews for the past 15 years. In that time, his innocence and friendly demeanor have engaged countless audiences only to inspire surprised laughter as he catches them off-guard with his mixture of mischievous dialogue and off color comments. After numerous spots on both the Late Show with David Letterman and the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Fatel has established himself as a comedic star. In 2006, he was awarded "Best Comedian" at the prestigious HBO Aspen Comedy Festival and in April of 2007, his half-hour stand-up special debuted on Comedy Central and subsequently ranked #6 in the 2008 Standup Showdown. He's also the most requested comedian on Sirius and XM satellite radio. Learn More
Sam Davidoff and David Studebaker are both products of the self-esteem generation, but like all comics they are inherently lacking in self-esteem. From Sam’s desperate attempts to become an African American to David’s love of Disney movies and reggae, their quirky self-deprecation will have your sides splitting and your confidence brimming.
Ironically, now we must regale you with some of their professional achievements. Sam is a Punch Line favorite, placed 2nd in the 2010 Walk the Plank Comedy Competition and could be Mark Zuckerberg’s long lost twin; David has headlined numerous colleges around the Bay Area, is the winner of the 2009 STC Young Comics Competition and was a “critics choice” in the North Bay Bohemian.