Comedians Bryan Callen and Sam Tripoli at the Brea Improv
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The last date listed for Comedians Bryan Callen and Sam Tripoli was Wednesday February 6, 2008 / 8:30pm.
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After spending the first 14 years of his life overseas in countries like India, Pakistan, Greece and Lebanon, Bryan Callen finally moved to the USA. He went to high school in Massachusetts and earned his BA in History at American University in Washington D.C. Callen made his television debut as a series regular on “Mad TV” and the HBO prison series “OZ”. He has appeared on several television series including “Fat Actress,” “Sex and the City,” “7th Heaven,” Stacked, “King of Queens”, “Las Vegas,” “Significant Others,” “West Wing,” “CSI”, “Law and Order: SVU,” “NYPD Blue,” “Suddenly Susan,” “Frasier,” “News Radio,” and most recently as Rob Rubino in the HBO series Entourage. In addition, Callen has appeared in such feature films as “Bad Santa,” “Old School” and “Scary Movie 4.” In 2008 he will be appearing along side Will Ferrell and Jeremy Piven in the film “The Goods: The Don Ready Story.” He has performed stand up comedy on several TV shows including “The Late Show With David Letterman.” He hopes to make a lot of money someday so he can have a helicopter, servants, and a large entourage which is to include a Giant, acrobats and a pet eagle.
Sam Tripoli views comedy as a calling rather a profession. It’s a religion that he’s been preaching to audiences at comedy clubs across the country and on television, including his hit new show The Wild World Of Spike on Spike TV. He has also appeared on Comedy Centrals’ Premium Blend (receiving only one of two standing ovations in the history of the show) and the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. On stage he’s a force of nature, pacing the stage like a cyclone of funny as he questions authority and the conventions of our society one moment, then earnestly expresses his affinity for the bizarre the next. Sam recently performed for our nation’s armed forces as part of an all-star line up of a comedy event organized by Vince Vaughn. Other than that, when he’s not on the road performing at colleges and clubs across the country, he’s in Los Angeles working on new material, because one day soon there will be a rapture.