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Sooner or later every comic has to deal with some opinionated audience member. Generally these hecklers are awful because they mess up timing and pacing for the comic, and tend to throw the entire show off balance, therefore ruining the show for all other paying customers.
SOMETIMES though, hecklers add a great new element to live comedy. Given that the person they’re ripping on makes fun of shit for a living, there’s always a good chance that heckler will get thoroughly owned.
With that, here are great instances in which hecklers were properly put in their place.
An age old piece of advice most comedians give non-commited couples is to stay out of sight of a comic during a performance because it gets awkward if the comic asks if they’re dating and they give different answers.
Even though he’s a stand up comic/actor/motivational speaker/game show and pageant host, Steve Harvey grew up with a stutter that was so bad, his classmates nicknamed him “Va-Va Va-Voom” because of his inability to say “Volcano”.
As a kid, Doug Stanhope’s mother took him to her AA meetings where he’d listen to recovering alcoholics give graphic and humiliating accounts of their drunken debacles and sordid sexual encounters,leaving a lasting impression on the future comic.
Sometimes they refuse to go quietly. A tip of the hat to Andrew Doyle for handling this situation like a consummate professional.
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Whatta Man! This Orlando native talks about the world’s fastest clapper, the struggle with big smart phones, and his butt.
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DoT Podcast Ep35: Billy D. Washington Never Left Stand-Up, But He’s Coming Back, Plus New Music…
I’ve been a fan of comedian Billy D. Washington for a while. He’s a smart comic, talented in a lot of ways. He can work clean, he can do political satire, he can write from a more observational aesthetic, and he plays a mean piano. Last week, a post he made on Facebook caught my attention. He said he’d been watching all these new stand-up comedy specials, the gold mine frenzy we’ve had lately, and he’d decided to “compete” again. I got in touch with him immediately to see what he meant, and he said he’d been concentrating on making a living to raise his kids. They’re out of the nest now, and he was looking to be “relevant” again. To get the call when CNN is looking to find out about the comedy business. To get on late night again.
That’s something I think happens frequently to comedians. Maybe they start out with that dream of fame and fortune, but practical concerns get in the way. They either quit or find a way to make it work from a financial perspective. Washington never stopped doing comedy, but he stopped chasing the fame and fortune dream. What he’s looking for now may be a little different. Something in between. Opportunities to show a broader audience what he can do.
I hadn’t spoken to Washington since he came to Boston probably a decade ago. I hope I don’t go that long before I speak with him again. He brought up some aspects of stand-up I had never heard before, like the demise of the “non-celebrity” black comedian. We spoke about how the fact that he can do so many …
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Wes Barker is a magician and comedian doing funny tricks, and telling great stories. Watch here for hilarious magic, stunts, and pranks. I am funniest magician that is also a stand-up comic, or maybe I’m the comic who is best at magic. Either way you get the idea. I tour all over doing colleges, comedy clubs, and corporate events. Catch the adventures and tricks right here. With this magician / comedian based out of Vancouver, Canada. I make funny stuff. That’s my only rule. Everything has to be funny, from street magic to stage illusions, as long as there is a joke to be made. I do magic tricks, sketches, stand-up comedy, card tricks, mind reading, and tricks with naked people. I’ve been on America’s Got Talent, Penn & Teller: Fool Us, MTV Greatest Party Stories Ever, and Wizard Wars. You can find me picking up chicks with sleight of hand, doing tutorials, and/or the occasional bar bet.