Kevin Camia and Nico Santos: Rising San Francisco Stars at Punch Line Comedy Club
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The last date listed for Comedians Kevin Camia and Nico Santos was Friday October 1, 2010 / 10:00pm.
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We had a great time! The comedians had us laughing so much! The only comment that I might make is why do some comedians feel that they need to use profanity in each little act to make it funny? Sometimes it's an overuse of the word "f**k"!
Kevin Camia is a local favorite who has performed throughout the country in addition to the Philippines and Hong Kong. He has been featured on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and Rooftop’s Aspen Comedy Festival where he won the Best Up and Coming Comic award. He’s also been a featured performer at the Outside Lands Music Festival, the SF Sketchfest and AZN network’s Asia Street Comedy. His strange ruminations of life, work and relationships coupled with his creepy-guy-meets slacker style of delivery are an amazing combination. Kevin prides himself in being part of the great tradition of stand up comedy and only hopes to continue his life always searching for that next great bit.
Nico Santos was born and raised in the Philippines and now calls the US of A home. Though fresh off the boat, he has assimilated to American culture rather quickly by living in California by way of Portland, Oregon. In just a short amount of time, Nico conquered the Bay Area comedy scene with his acute observations and quirky characters. He touches on his race, family and the queer dynamic among other things. Charming audiences all across the country with his sharp, sarcastic wit and outrageous sensibility, Nico has that rare ability to be crass and snarky while at the same time remaining completely likable. The SF Guardian has called him “perfectly inappropriate”, continually blurring the lines of what one might expect from him. A rising star, Nico has worked with some of the best names in the business including Bill Burr, Margaret Cho and Dave Chappelle.
Also performing: The Ellen Degeneres Show writer Steve Mazan and Mix 106’s Sandy Stec.