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Cobb's Comedy Club
at Lombard 915 Columbus Ave San Francisco, CA 94133
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 227 members
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Red Velvet 173 events 65 reviews

The 2 opening comics were way more fun than D.L. Hughley. D.L must of been on some speed, coke, or something. He was talking waaay too fast, which is not usual delivery style for standup, and he used a lot of old jokes from his old routines. He...continued

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Review from positive!
Red Velvet 52 events 16 reviews

Such a great entertainer! Witty, new materials and a master of improvisation !

reviewed Nov 21 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from OH
Red Velvet 41 events 15 reviews

As always DL was very entertaining.

reviewed Aug 31 2008 report as inappropriate
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D.L. Hughley

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One of the most popular and highly recognized standup comedians on the road today has also made quite an impression in the television and radio arena. In 1999, D.L., along with comedians Bernie Mac, Steve Harvey and Cedric the Entertainer, embarked on this national tour, which sold out most of the major concert arenas in over 50 cities across the country. The tour went on to gross a staggering $37 million dollars nationwide. Spike Lee, eager to expose the tour to a larger audience, made a docu-film of the tour, and it was released nationwide to rave reviews.

Hughley spent four successful years starring in his own sitcom “The Hughleys” and showed no signs of slowing down. It was the mega-hit,”The Original Kings of Comedy” that launched D.L into superstardom. The film, based on the 1999 tour featuring D.L., Bernie, Steve and Cedric, garnered close to $40 million dollars at the box office and became one of the highest selling DVDs in 2001.

In addition to some exciting television developments, D.L. took a serious turn with his work, starring in the drama “Shackles”. Hughley wowed audiences in 2001 in “The Brothers”, co-starred in “Cloud Nine” opposite Burt Reynolds and also starred in the film “Doubting Thomas”. In 2005-2006, D.L., hosted his own late night talk show for Comedy Central “Weekends at the DL”; his first foray into late night hosting. D.L.’s creative arsenal is non-stop. He starred as “Simon Stiles” on the Aaron Sorkin drama series for NBC “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip” and hosted the popular BET hidden camera reality series, “S.O.B. – Socially Offensive Behavior”. In 2006, D.L. also starred in his own HBO comedy special entitled,”Unapologetic”. The special, which aired to excellent reviews, is now available on DVD. Following the success of the special, D.L. went on to host the second season of HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam” and served as host of the BET Awards in 2008.

Most recently, D.L. served as host of his own late night talk show on CNN “D.L. Hughley Breaks the News”. Proving he could, indeed, break news, D.L. was able to uncover startling, newsmaking comments from such guests as former White House Press Secretaries Scott McClellan and Ari Fleischer, as well as a recent controversy-stirring comment from RNC Michael Steele.

D.L. can currently be heard on the New York airwaves, as the host of the morning show on WYKS-FM. In just a few months on air, D.L. has managed to increase the listenership for the station. D.L. has undoubtedly proved himself as one of the hardest working men in showbiz. In addition to his growing TV and film resume, D.L. continues his reign on the standup comedy front; filling out concert halls and headlining comedy clubs across the country.

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