Comedian Christian Finnegan at the Schaumburg Improv
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Bruce Bruce's captivating improv skills and larger-than-life comedic style have helped set him apart from other stand-up comedians. Before entering the comedy business, Bruce used to entertain his customers while cooking at a BBQ joint, and he has also had a job as a Frito-Lay salesman, working the room during corporate meetings. Known for his superior wit, spontaneity and adult humor, Bruce was the host for two seasons on BET's Comic View and has headlined the 2008 Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. He's starred in movies like The Wash and Who's Your Caddy and is a popular performer on the festival circuit. Learn More
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christian finnegan was funny-- the warmup guy was so-so and the host was painfully unfunny. We were seated all the way to the right of the stage almost at the wall and had to look mostly at the back of the comedians' heads. that didn't help. If it was first-come seating we were never informed about it -- or we would have made plans to get there earlier. all-in-all the dude was funny, so that made it fun in spite of the other stuff.
Christian Finnegan is a stand-up comedian, writer and actor based in New York City. He currently can be seen as a panelist on VH1’s hit series Best Week Ever and as host of TVLand’s interstitial game show Game Time.
Christian’s debut comedy album, Two for Flinching, was released on Comedy Central Records in October 2006. His other credits include his own half hour special, Comedy Central Presents: Christian Finnegan, The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson and regular appearances on The Today Show.
Chappelle’s Show fans might recognize Christian as “Chad”, the unfortunate white roommate in “The Mad Real World” sketch. In addition to his television appearances, he served as a writer for Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and was a frequent contributor to Jest Magazine. He can also name every member of German heavy metal band, The Scorpions.