Comedians Josh Weinstein (Mystery Science Theater 3000) and Chris Bliss (Tonight Show)
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The last date listed for Comedians Chris Bliss and Josh Weinstein was Friday February 7, 2014 / 10:30pm.
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I've never been to the Acme Comedy Co. before, but I really liked it! The atmosphere was fun and the entertainment was hilarious. I preferred Josh Weinstein's humor a little more than that of Chris Bliss, but the "tag team" approach of having both of them on stage the entire time helped to keep the audience attentive to both comedians I think. They could help one another out when they got stuck and how they built off of each other was funny too. I would definitely encourage more of these "tag team" approaches in the future as they keep everybody happy most of the time (versus a long stretch of someone that they're not enjoying). I'd love to come back some time!
A fresh and captivating new voice in the tradition of American satire from Will Rogers to Dennis Miller, Chris Bliss delivers smart comedy for the information age. Now a Tonight Show favorite, Jay Leno has called him “one of the brightest comedians around.” Before beginning his comedy career, Chris was internationally known as an innovative variety artist – touring with major artists from Eric Clapton to Julio Iglesias, and chosen by Michael Jackson as the opening act for his record-breaking “Victory Tour”. Insightful humor, capped off with a world-class variety finale that your audience won’t soon forget – - Chris Bliss is two of the best in one outstanding performer.
In 1988, Josh Weinstein (at the age of 17) was one of the founding writers/performers of Mystery Science Theater 3000. He was the original operator/voice of both “Tom Servo” and “Gypsy” as well as Mad Scientist “Dr. Lawrence Erhardt.” Josh was a writer and producer on the critically acclaimed, ratings challenged NBC dramedy Freaks and Geeks_, the Head Writer for NBC’S late night show Later with Greg Kinnear_, and was the Head Writer of America’s Funniest Home Videos on ABC with hosts Daisy Fuentes and John Fugelsang (the post-Bob Saget years.) Josh has also written material for Garry Shandling, Dennis Miller, Roseanne, Louie Anderson and others as well as serving as a writer and producer on the UPN sitcom Malcolm and Eddie.