Thai Rivera (Comedy Central's Live at Gotham) at the Improv
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All offers for Comedian Thai Rivera have expired.
The last date listed for Comedian Thai Rivera was Sunday July 21, 2013 / 7:00pm.
Currently at San Jose Improv:
- Full Price:
- $15.00 - $35.00
- Our Price:
- $5.00 - $12.50
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Thai Rivera and Kabir Singh know how to deliver. Kabir is plain old funny. Thai is unique. Both know that real comedy comes from their own lives. Thai's life is excruciating in some ways. He is the definition of lemonade out of lemons. If you get an opportunity to see either comedian don't miss it.
Thai Rivera has toured with some of the most respected names in stand up comedy, including Jo Koy and Russell Peters. His unique blend of sarcasm, edge, and charm can be seen on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham and the film One Night Stand Up.
Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Thai Rivera was raised in the smaller, more rural town of Casa Grande, Arizona. When he was 19, he moved to Las Vegas where he lived the true Las Vegas party lifestyle. Tired of the fast pace of Vegas, he moved back to Phoenix and settled into a life of boring office work. He quickly tired of the life as a cubicle dweller, but when he found his way to the local comedy stage, he knew he’d never be bored again.
After becoming a finalist in a local comedy contest, he knew it was time to move to a city where he could hone his act. He quickly moved to L.A. where he has become a favorite with audiences, bookers, and his fellow comics.