SF Sketchfest's Sunday Comics: Nick Kroll, Tom Lennon, Carlos Alazraqui and More at Cobb's
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The last date listed for SF Sketchfest's Sunday Comics was Sunday January 24, 2010 / 9:00pm.
Currently at Cobb's Comedy Club:
- Full Price:
- $18.50 - $23.50
- Our Price:
- COMP - $11.75
Dat Phan, best known as the winner of the first season of NBC's Last Comic Standing, headlines the annual Far Easter show at Cobb's Comedy Club. Since winning the hit TV stand-up competition, Phan has been seen on The Tonight Show and Fox's Family Guy, and headlined clubs and theaters around the country. He's known for his clever and funny observations about everyday -- and not-so-everyday -- life in America today. He'll be joined by some of the top Asian comedians from the Bay Area and beyond. Learn More
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Nick Kroll is an actor, writer and comedian known for his television roles in Sit Down, Shut Up, The Life & Times of Tim, Cavemen and currently on the new FX series The League. A regular commentator on VH1’s Best Week Ever, he’s also had Internet hits with such videos as “The Ed Hardy Boyz” and “Rich Dicks”. His stand-up has been seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Thomas Lennon is a writer and comedian who co-founded the influential sketch comedy group The State which received an Ace Award nomination for best comedy series. After his work on The State, he and his partner Robert Ben Garant created two more hit shows: Viva Variety, which ran for three seasons and was also an Ace nominee for best comedy series, and Reno 911!, in which he also played Lt. Jim Dangle. Reno 911! ran for six seasons, and is syndicated around the world. Lennon has appeared in numerous films including: Le Divorce, Heights, Conversations with Other Women, Memento, 17 Again and I Love You, Man. Lennon has co-written written nine feature films, including: Night at the Museum, Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian, Taxi, Reno 911!: Miami, Balls of Fury, and The Pacifier
Probably best known as Officer James Garcia on Comedy Central’s hit show “Reno 911,” Carlos Alazraqui has also made many appearances on VH1 and E! TV, as well as his many voiceovers, as Mr. Crocker on Nickelodeon’s “Fairly Odd Parents,” Rocko on “Rocko’s Modern Life,” and Lube and Winslow in “Cat/Dog.” Alazraqui was also the voice on one of the most recognizable campaigns in commercial history – “Yo Quiero Taco Bell.”
Jon Dore is one of the top comics in his native Canada, where he hosts The Comedy Network’s “The Jon Dore Television Show” and is a correspondent on “Canadian Idol”. In America, he’s been seen on Comedy Central and at numerous top comedy festivals.
James Adomian lives in Los Angeles, where he frequently performs live at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Comedy Death-Ray and the Tomorrow Show. Adomian is known for doing many impressions, including Vincent Price, Orson Welles, John McCain, Joe Lieberman, Paul Giamatti, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Sam Elliott, Al Franken, Jimmy Kimmel, Gary Busey, Lewis Black, Huell Howser, Jesse Ventura and, most notably, George W. Bush. He’s played Bush on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, MADtv, Jimmy Kimmel Live, in the movie Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay, and at live shows across America.
Alex Koll’s act, at once surprising, creative, hilarious, and bizarre, has been called “unamusing” by the music press, “amusing” by the singer of the Dead Kennedys, and “hilarious” by this bio. He appears on Comedy Central’s “Live At Gotham” 2009 season, and has also performed at Montral’s Just for Laughs comedy festival, the SXSW music, film, and interactive festival, SF Sketchfest, and The Bridgetown Comedy Festival. A member of sketch group Boomtime, Alex is also the two-time winner of the San Francisco Regional Air Guitar Championship. No kidding.