Comedian Mike Pace (Curb Your Enthusiasm) at Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club
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The last date listed for Comedian Mike Pace was Sunday December 16, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Myq Kaplan made his network TV debut on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, and has since made multiple appearances on TBS's Conan. The New Jersey-born comic, who holds a master's degree in linguistics and uses it to craft dizzyingly fast runs of wordplay and leaps of logic, has also performed on the Late Show with David Letterman, had a half-hour special on Comedy Central, and been a finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing. His Vegan Mind Meld LP was one of iTunes' top 10 best-selling comedy albums of 2010. He followed up that success with 2012's hilarious Please Be Seated and 2013's acclaimed Meat Robot. Learn More
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Mike Pace was boring - not funny, his routine had many stops that caused him to loose my attention ... he did not have any deep insights into the human nature, his stories had no real point. He asked the audience questions but when some people answered he treated them like dirt. Heckling is not pleasant but he invited it - in which case he should have been ready to face it. Mike Pace is not good enough to handle the audience, apparently. Only thing for him is that he travels to entertain troops in Afghanistan - I hope he does a better job for the troopsm what can I say.
Mike Pace has been doing comedy since gas was $1.50 a gallon and he drove a Datsun. At the time, he wore a thrift store vintage tuxedo jacket, untied tennis shoes and a mullet. After raising three kids, Mike has learned to tie his shoes, got a haircut, buys clothes from a regular store and now headlines all over the country.
He has performed at HBO's Aspen Comedy Arts Festival, where he was a crowd favorite. His relationship with HBO continued on Larry David's Emmy Award-winning Curb Your Enthusiasm. Mike was also an Emmy nominee for HBO's Comic Relief and has performed on TBS, PBS and the nationally-syndicated Comics Unleashed and The Bob and Tom Show.
He has been described by the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and Denver Post as an "expressive, natural performer," a "chameleon mastering everyday characters," with the "well-scrubbed look of a mischievous boy-next-door with perverse habits."