Steve Schirripa Hosts The Wise Guys of Comedy
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The last date listed for Steve Schirripa Hosts The Wise Guys of Comedy was Saturday September 22, 2007 / 10:15pm.
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The actual comedy was good, but the tables were too close together (you had people laughing and talking in your ear as well as elbows consistently hitting you), the tables themselves were too small and couldn't fit your dinner plates on them, we shared a table with an older couple who was talking throughout the act, and the people working there were so ANAL and unwelcoming. It was terrible!
Once an entertainment director at a casino in Las Vegas, Steve has worked with such comedians as Drew Carey, Kevin Pollak and Bruce Baum. In addition to his regular appearances on “The Sopranos,” Schirripa has guest starred on “Joey,” “Enterprise,” “Law & Order,” “My Wife and Kids”, “Ed,” “The George Lopez Show,” and “The King of Queens.” A regular guest on the talk show circuit, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” approached Steve to be a special correspondent. He has also appeared on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “Jimmy Kimmel," “The Late Late Show,” and “The Today Show.” Schirripa is also the bestselling coauthor (with Charles Fleming) of a series of Goomba guidebooks starting with “A Goomba’s Guide to Life.” He is currently developing as series based on his best selling books for ABC.
Also appearing is Tammy Pescatelli, one of the final five in NBC’s “Last Comic Standing 2,” who has appeared on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Dennis Miller,” and “The World Stands Up.” John Mendoza has starred in his own Showtime special, “John Mendoza: Over Easy,” and has appeared on “Late Night with David Letterman” and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Johnny Steele has hosted Live 105’s “Morning Radio Show” as well as KRON/Bay TV’s “The Show,” and has made over 20 national television appearances.