May
28
Tue
LOL Comedy Night with Ozric Cooley @ The Comedy Zone
May 28 @ 7:30 pm
LOL Comedy Night with Ozric Cooley @ The Comedy Zone

Join us for our Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night with tonight’s headliner, Ozric Cooley.

May
29
Wed
Darren Knight aka Southern Momma @ The Comedy Zone
May 29 @ 7:00 pm
Darren Knight aka Southern Momma @ The Comedy Zone

Special Event: Darren Knight, aka Southern Momma from Munford, Alabama, is the fastest rising comedian in American history. In just a few short months, he has cultivated a massive online presence, accumulating over a half a billion views across multiple social media platforms. Darren takes his persona to the stage, selling out theatres and casinos nationwide. He’s been compared to Jeff Foxworthy, as the next star of redneck comedy.

Bang Productions presents Darren Knight’s Southern Momma An Em Comedy Show produced by John Edmonds Kozma featuring Comedians Red Squirrel and Gary Cargal.

May
30
Thu
Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone
May 30 @ 7:30 pm
Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone

Dan Cummins has been a guest on multiple Late Night shows, from CONAN to the TONIGHT SHOW to THIS IS NOT HAPPENING. He’s had a Comedy Central 1/2 hour special, a one hour Comedy Central special, CRAZY WITH A CAPITAL F, and most recently, Amazon’s DON’T WAKE THE BEAR. Dan’s enormous fan base on Pandora is part of what makes him stand out. Over 300,000 fans have created stations solely based on Dan Cummins comedy, pushing his plays to over 306 million. He ranks as one of the most “liked” comics on Pandora with an average of over 80% thumbs up.
Dan’s never-ending quest for knowledge has led him into the sometimes dark but always interesting and hilarious world of TIMESUCK. This weekly podcast, released every Monday at 12 PST, is a slightly irreverent but consistently entertaining way for the eternal knowledge seeker to get their dose of thoroughly researched information. From Scientology to Jeffrey Dahmer to the KKK, no topic is off limits.
Dan’s growing community of savvy listeners download almost 1 million episodes a month, proving that Dan isn’t alone in his love of learning in a new and exciting way. Timesuck can frequently be found in iTunes list of the top 100 most downloaded comedy podcasts. Dan’s been a guest on other popular podcasts like BERTCAST, The Adam Corolla Show, The Church of What’s Happening Now with Joey Diaz and various Barstool Sports shows amongst many other podcasts.
Remaining true to his love for writing and his passion to make people laugh, Dan stepped out on his own after recording five previous albums with Warner Brothers Records, to record not one, but two new albums in 2018. Maybe I’m The Problem was exclusively available in its entirety on Pandora for several months before its national release where it went straight number #1. Maybe I’m The Problem remained in the top 10 for several weeks after its release. Dan, always taking care of his most loyal fans, released the second album, Feel The Heat, to only his most loyal Timesuck fans via Patreon where he has over 2,500 monthly subscribers.

Currently Dan is building material for an 8th album/special on his 2018 “Flat Earth Tour”, selling out rooms around the country.

May
31
Fri
Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone
May 31 @ 7:30 pm
Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Dan Cummins has been a guest on multiple Late Night shows, from CONAN to the TONIGHT SHOW to THIS IS NOT HAPPENING. He’s had a Comedy Central 1/2 hour special, a one hour Comedy Central special, CRAZY WITH A CAPITAL F, and most recently, Amazon’s DON’T WAKE THE BEAR. Dan’s enormous fan base on Pandora is part of what makes him stand out. Over 300,000 fans have created stations solely based on Dan Cummins comedy, pushing his plays to over 306 million. He ranks as one of the most “liked” comics on Pandora with an average of over 80% thumbs up.
Dan’s never-ending quest for knowledge has led him into the sometimes dark but always interesting and hilarious world of TIMESUCK. This weekly podcast, released every Monday at 12 PST, is a slightly irreverent but consistently entertaining way for the eternal knowledge seeker to get their dose of thoroughly researched information. From Scientology to Jeffrey Dahmer to the KKK, no topic is off limits.
Dan’s growing community of savvy listeners download almost 1 million episodes a month, proving that Dan isn’t alone in his love of learning in a new and exciting way. Timesuck can frequently be found in iTunes list of the top 100 most downloaded comedy podcasts. Dan’s been a guest on other popular podcasts like BERTCAST, The Adam Corolla Show, The Church of What’s Happening Now with Joey Diaz and various Barstool Sports shows amongst many other podcasts.
Remaining true to his love for writing and his passion to make people laugh, Dan stepped out on his own after recording five previous albums with Warner Brothers Records, to record not one, but two new albums in 2018. Maybe I’m The Problem was exclusively available in its entirety on Pandora for several months before its national release where it went straight number #1. Maybe I’m The Problem remained in the top 10 for several weeks after its release. Dan, always taking care of his most loyal fans, released the second album, Feel The Heat, to only his most loyal Timesuck fans via Patreon where he has over 2,500 monthly subscribers.

Currently Dan is building material for an 8th album/special on his 2018 “Flat Earth Tour”, selling out rooms around the country.

Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone
May 31 @ 10:00 pm
Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Dan Cummins has been a guest on multiple Late Night shows, from CONAN to the TONIGHT SHOW to THIS IS NOT HAPPENING. He’s had a Comedy Central 1/2 hour special, a one hour Comedy Central special, CRAZY WITH A CAPITAL F, and most recently, Amazon’s DON’T WAKE THE BEAR. Dan’s enormous fan base on Pandora is part of what makes him stand out. Over 300,000 fans have created stations solely based on Dan Cummins comedy, pushing his plays to over 306 million. He ranks as one of the most “liked” comics on Pandora with an average of over 80% thumbs up.
Dan’s never-ending quest for knowledge has led him into the sometimes dark but always interesting and hilarious world of TIMESUCK. This weekly podcast, released every Monday at 12 PST, is a slightly irreverent but consistently entertaining way for the eternal knowledge seeker to get their dose of thoroughly researched information. From Scientology to Jeffrey Dahmer to the KKK, no topic is off limits.
Dan’s growing community of savvy listeners download almost 1 million episodes a month, proving that Dan isn’t alone in his love of learning in a new and exciting way. Timesuck can frequently be found in iTunes list of the top 100 most downloaded comedy podcasts. Dan’s been a guest on other popular podcasts like BERTCAST, The Adam Corolla Show, The Church of What’s Happening Now with Joey Diaz and various Barstool Sports shows amongst many other podcasts.
Remaining true to his love for writing and his passion to make people laugh, Dan stepped out on his own after recording five previous albums with Warner Brothers Records, to record not one, but two new albums in 2018. Maybe I’m The Problem was exclusively available in its entirety on Pandora for several months before its national release where it went straight number #1. Maybe I’m The Problem remained in the top 10 for several weeks after its release. Dan, always taking care of his most loyal fans, released the second album, Feel The Heat, to only his most loyal Timesuck fans via Patreon where he has over 2,500 monthly subscribers.

Currently Dan is building material for an 8th album/special on his 2018 “Flat Earth Tour”, selling out rooms around the country.

Jun
1
Sat
Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 1 @ 7:30 pm
Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Dan Cummins has been a guest on multiple Late Night shows, from CONAN to the TONIGHT SHOW to THIS IS NOT HAPPENING. He’s had a Comedy Central 1/2 hour special, a one hour Comedy Central special, CRAZY WITH A CAPITAL F, and most recently, Amazon’s DON’T WAKE THE BEAR. Dan’s enormous fan base on Pandora is part of what makes him stand out. Over 300,000 fans have created stations solely based on Dan Cummins comedy, pushing his plays to over 306 million. He ranks as one of the most “liked” comics on Pandora with an average of over 80% thumbs up.
Dan’s never-ending quest for knowledge has led him into the sometimes dark but always interesting and hilarious world of TIMESUCK. This weekly podcast, released every Monday at 12 PST, is a slightly irreverent but consistently entertaining way for the eternal knowledge seeker to get their dose of thoroughly researched information. From Scientology to Jeffrey Dahmer to the KKK, no topic is off limits.
Dan’s growing community of savvy listeners download almost 1 million episodes a month, proving that Dan isn’t alone in his love of learning in a new and exciting way. Timesuck can frequently be found in iTunes list of the top 100 most downloaded comedy podcasts. Dan’s been a guest on other popular podcasts like BERTCAST, The Adam Corolla Show, The Church of What’s Happening Now with Joey Diaz and various Barstool Sports shows amongst many other podcasts.
Remaining true to his love for writing and his passion to make people laugh, Dan stepped out on his own after recording five previous albums with Warner Brothers Records, to record not one, but two new albums in 2018. Maybe I’m The Problem was exclusively available in its entirety on Pandora for several months before its national release where it went straight number #1. Maybe I’m The Problem remained in the top 10 for several weeks after its release. Dan, always taking care of his most loyal fans, released the second album, Feel The Heat, to only his most loyal Timesuck fans via Patreon where he has over 2,500 monthly subscribers.

Currently Dan is building material for an 8th album/special on his 2018 “Flat Earth Tour”, selling out rooms around the country.

Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 1 @ 10:00 pm
Dan Cummins: The Happy Murder Tour @ The Comedy Zone | Jacksonville | Florida | United States

Dan Cummins has been a guest on multiple Late Night shows, from CONAN to the TONIGHT SHOW to THIS IS NOT HAPPENING. He’s had a Comedy Central 1/2 hour special, a one hour Comedy Central special, CRAZY WITH A CAPITAL F, and most recently, Amazon’s DON’T WAKE THE BEAR. Dan’s enormous fan base on Pandora is part of what makes him stand out. Over 300,000 fans have created stations solely based on Dan Cummins comedy, pushing his plays to over 306 million. He ranks as one of the most “liked” comics on Pandora with an average of over 80% thumbs up.
Dan’s never-ending quest for knowledge has led him into the sometimes dark but always interesting and hilarious world of TIMESUCK. This weekly podcast, released every Monday at 12 PST, is a slightly irreverent but consistently entertaining way for the eternal knowledge seeker to get their dose of thoroughly researched information. From Scientology to Jeffrey Dahmer to the KKK, no topic is off limits.
Dan’s growing community of savvy listeners download almost 1 million episodes a month, proving that Dan isn’t alone in his love of learning in a new and exciting way. Timesuck can frequently be found in iTunes list of the top 100 most downloaded comedy podcasts. Dan’s been a guest on other popular podcasts like BERTCAST, The Adam Corolla Show, The Church of What’s Happening Now with Joey Diaz and various Barstool Sports shows amongst many other podcasts.
Remaining true to his love for writing and his passion to make people laugh, Dan stepped out on his own after recording five previous albums with Warner Brothers Records, to record not one, but two new albums in 2018. Maybe I’m The Problem was exclusively available in its entirety on Pandora for several months before its national release where it went straight number #1. Maybe I’m The Problem remained in the top 10 for several weeks after its release. Dan, always taking care of his most loyal fans, released the second album, Feel The Heat, to only his most loyal Timesuck fans via Patreon where he has over 2,500 monthly subscribers.

Currently Dan is building material for an 8th album/special on his 2018 “Flat Earth Tour”, selling out rooms around the country.

Jun
6
Thu
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 6 @ 7:30 pm
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone

If the key to success in Hollywood is longevity and all the Hollywood players get their ever so anticipated 15 minutes of fame, then Comedian Earthquake has to have somehow lucked up on an hour. Not only does he have the staying power, his evolution seems to make him funnier, more relevant, and in higher demand with every Twitter entry, Facebook status and stand-up performance he makes. He’s as hot as he’s always been and his fans are simmering and waiting for him to blow. “When this guy finally gets his break, I don’t want to be around to see it!” exclaims Comedian DL Hughley when referencing Comedian Earthquake’s highly anticipated career bang. One wonders if the bang is even necessary. His presence on the comedy circuit has propelled him to be one of the most beloved and adored comedians of all time… many of whom liken him to the gone too soon and never forgotten, Robin Harris.

‘Quake’s’ story is unique however. The former enlisted sergeant for the U.S. Air Force and father of three, never had a plan prior to this. In fact, this may not have even been a plan in the first place. A chance performance at a local talent show on base tipped the hat on what would become one of the most successful runs in stand-up comedy in past decades. ‘I had no epiphany of one day following in [Richard] Pryor’s or anyone else’s footsteps. I just found my comfort zone at being me, and this is the result,’ explained Earthquake. And what a result it has been. After becoming a formidable talent of the mid-90’s explosion of televised urban comedy programming in the form of BET’s ComicView and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, Quake set up shop in New Aged Black Hollywood known as Atlanta and held down the host spot as proprietor of Uptown Comedy Corner. This infamous stage launched his as well as other’s national star status playing sold out rooms and making the most of the would-be historical moment of urban comedy’s peak in mainstream media.

Washington D.C’s Comedian Earthquake born Nathaniel Stroman began to awaken a diverse audience aside from his coveted comedy circuit audiences with a string of unforgettable media appearances and televised performances. Quake would secure a spot in 2002 on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend as well as a guest appearance on Mad TV. In 2003 his audience would see him set precedence as the first comic to command a standing ovation on the critically acclaimed, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. He also shot Comedy Central Presents: EARTHQUAKE! In this same year and in February 2005 he starred in Jamie Foxx’s Comedy Central special Laffapalooza! hailing Earthquake as an all-time favorite. Quake would join HBO and sign on to develop and shoot the coveted half hour comedy series special One Night Stand in August 2005 for which he would receive rave reviews. He’d seemingly be in a love affair with Comedy Central as he would make two memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s Weekend at D.L.’s which would instantly enhance Quake’s visibility on the late night talk show circuit.

With the increased popularity of television programming going to DVD, Quake’s fans began an on again love affair with him. His past performances on BET’s Comic View and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam allowed his fans to connect with his styling, timing and unique delivery making him one of the most quotable comedians of all time. Quake’s audience’s finally got their comic thirsts quenched with Quake’s 2005 DVD release, About Got Damm Time an aptly titled performance film marking the crowning moment in which Earthquake would solely take the stage as an ode to his loyal fans.

From 2006 to present, Earthquake’s television and media presence would grow more significant and spill onto the big screen. He would set a-blaze in 2006 with the first of two unforgettable visits with Howard Stern on Howard TV all while preparing for his major motion picture appearance in Kevin Smith’s cult classic sequel Clerks II in which he would star opposite Wanda Sykes. He would continue on the big screen lending his voice to the much beloved animated film, Barnyard as Root the Rooster.

During this same year, he would seize the recurring role of Uncle Mike on the CW network’s Everybody Hates Chris. He would go forth blazing the television talk show craze yet again with appearances on Michael Baisden After Dark, Comics Unleashed an additional Howard Stern appearance and in 2008, an appearance on Comedy Central’s über popular nighttime talk show, Chelsea Lately. 2008 also saw Earthquake as supporting cast in Ice Cube’s film The Longshots, a based-on-a-true story, triumphant tale of an eleven-year old girl from Illinois who would become the first female to play in Pop Warner football tournament in its 56-year history.

Earthquake’s mounting credits include an unforgettable appearance on 2003’s Latham Entertainment Presents and a 2007 all-star appearance on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam. In 2005 he surprised audiences in the film, Getting Played with Vivica Fox, and he will also appear in the forthcoming film Something like a Business, directed by Russ Parr soon to be released.

2008 brought Quake additional fanfare with his performance on the inaugural installment of the TBS Comedy Festival’s Laffapalooza and in 2009 he would receive critical acclaim for his Just for Laughs stand-up performance and his appearances on TV One’s Roast and Toast: John Witherspoon and the 17th Annual Trumpet Awards.

Earthquake’s appearance on the wildly received Shaquille O’Neal’s Comedy All-Star Comedy Jam currently rivals his concert DVD release From the Outhouse to the White House as his best performances to date.

In 2010 Quake teamed up with NASCAR icon Tony Stewart and Armor All for a television project currently available online. Earthquake’s unmistakable voice would be used in the ever so popular online series and televised commercials produced by Nike called the MVP Puppets. Quake would make three appearances with the Nike MVP Puppets during the 2009/2010 campaign. He would star as a detective in one, Santa Claus in another and a fire chief.

In 2011 TV One would soon produce an interesting series connecting throwback iconic television, film and musical personalities of days gone by with the here and the now and in a variety series entitled Way Black When. Quake was secured as guest performer for the segment that covered the 90’s which was extremely well received. 2011 would also see Comedian Earthquake’s career impacted by the influx of viral media as his fans begin to further broaden and expand with every click of the mouse. His clips are generated through many of the popular sites that keep his views in the hundreds of thousands. His recent appearance on George Lopez’s late night show being one of the online highlights as his fans were delighted to see him in that vein.

Presently Comedian Earthquake is preparing to shoot his forthcoming special and maintaining his place as ‘the comedian’s favorite comedian’ and now a renowned fan favorite on the comedy circuit nationwide.

Jun
7
Fri
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 7 @ 7:30 pm
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone

If the key to success in Hollywood is longevity and all the Hollywood players get their ever so anticipated 15 minutes of fame, then Comedian Earthquake has to have somehow lucked up on an hour. Not only does he have the staying power, his evolution seems to make him funnier, more relevant, and in higher demand with every Twitter entry, Facebook status and stand-up performance he makes. He’s as hot as he’s always been and his fans are simmering and waiting for him to blow. “When this guy finally gets his break, I don’t want to be around to see it!” exclaims Comedian DL Hughley when referencing Comedian Earthquake’s highly anticipated career bang. One wonders if the bang is even necessary. His presence on the comedy circuit has propelled him to be one of the most beloved and adored comedians of all time… many of whom liken him to the gone too soon and never forgotten, Robin Harris.

‘Quake’s’ story is unique however. The former enlisted sergeant for the U.S. Air Force and father of three, never had a plan prior to this. In fact, this may not have even been a plan in the first place. A chance performance at a local talent show on base tipped the hat on what would become one of the most successful runs in stand-up comedy in past decades. ‘I had no epiphany of one day following in [Richard] Pryor’s or anyone else’s footsteps. I just found my comfort zone at being me, and this is the result,’ explained Earthquake. And what a result it has been. After becoming a formidable talent of the mid-90’s explosion of televised urban comedy programming in the form of BET’s ComicView and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, Quake set up shop in New Aged Black Hollywood known as Atlanta and held down the host spot as proprietor of Uptown Comedy Corner. This infamous stage launched his as well as other’s national star status playing sold out rooms and making the most of the would-be historical moment of urban comedy’s peak in mainstream media.

Washington D.C’s Comedian Earthquake born Nathaniel Stroman began to awaken a diverse audience aside from his coveted comedy circuit audiences with a string of unforgettable media appearances and televised performances. Quake would secure a spot in 2002 on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend as well as a guest appearance on Mad TV. In 2003 his audience would see him set precedence as the first comic to command a standing ovation on the critically acclaimed, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. He also shot Comedy Central Presents: EARTHQUAKE! In this same year and in February 2005 he starred in Jamie Foxx’s Comedy Central special Laffapalooza! hailing Earthquake as an all-time favorite. Quake would join HBO and sign on to develop and shoot the coveted half hour comedy series special One Night Stand in August 2005 for which he would receive rave reviews. He’d seemingly be in a love affair with Comedy Central as he would make two memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s Weekend at D.L.’s which would instantly enhance Quake’s visibility on the late night talk show circuit.

With the increased popularity of television programming going to DVD, Quake’s fans began an on again love affair with him. His past performances on BET’s Comic View and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam allowed his fans to connect with his styling, timing and unique delivery making him one of the most quotable comedians of all time. Quake’s audience’s finally got their comic thirsts quenched with Quake’s 2005 DVD release, About Got Damm Time an aptly titled performance film marking the crowning moment in which Earthquake would solely take the stage as an ode to his loyal fans.

From 2006 to present, Earthquake’s television and media presence would grow more significant and spill onto the big screen. He would set a-blaze in 2006 with the first of two unforgettable visits with Howard Stern on Howard TV all while preparing for his major motion picture appearance in Kevin Smith’s cult classic sequel Clerks II in which he would star opposite Wanda Sykes. He would continue on the big screen lending his voice to the much beloved animated film, Barnyard as Root the Rooster.

During this same year, he would seize the recurring role of Uncle Mike on the CW network’s Everybody Hates Chris. He would go forth blazing the television talk show craze yet again with appearances on Michael Baisden After Dark, Comics Unleashed an additional Howard Stern appearance and in 2008, an appearance on Comedy Central’s über popular nighttime talk show, Chelsea Lately. 2008 also saw Earthquake as supporting cast in Ice Cube’s film The Longshots, a based-on-a-true story, triumphant tale of an eleven-year old girl from Illinois who would become the first female to play in Pop Warner football tournament in its 56-year history.

Earthquake’s mounting credits include an unforgettable appearance on 2003’s Latham Entertainment Presents and a 2007 all-star appearance on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam. In 2005 he surprised audiences in the film, Getting Played with Vivica Fox, and he will also appear in the forthcoming film Something like a Business, directed by Russ Parr soon to be released.

2008 brought Quake additional fanfare with his performance on the inaugural installment of the TBS Comedy Festival’s Laffapalooza and in 2009 he would receive critical acclaim for his Just for Laughs stand-up performance and his appearances on TV One’s Roast and Toast: John Witherspoon and the 17th Annual Trumpet Awards.

Earthquake’s appearance on the wildly received Shaquille O’Neal’s Comedy All-Star Comedy Jam currently rivals his concert DVD release From the Outhouse to the White House as his best performances to date.

In 2010 Quake teamed up with NASCAR icon Tony Stewart and Armor All for a television project currently available online. Earthquake’s unmistakable voice would be used in the ever so popular online series and televised commercials produced by Nike called the MVP Puppets. Quake would make three appearances with the Nike MVP Puppets during the 2009/2010 campaign. He would star as a detective in one, Santa Claus in another and a fire chief.

In 2011 TV One would soon produce an interesting series connecting throwback iconic television, film and musical personalities of days gone by with the here and the now and in a variety series entitled Way Black When. Quake was secured as guest performer for the segment that covered the 90’s which was extremely well received. 2011 would also see Comedian Earthquake’s career impacted by the influx of viral media as his fans begin to further broaden and expand with every click of the mouse. His clips are generated through many of the popular sites that keep his views in the hundreds of thousands. His recent appearance on George Lopez’s late night show being one of the online highlights as his fans were delighted to see him in that vein.

Presently Comedian Earthquake is preparing to shoot his forthcoming special and maintaining his place as ‘the comedian’s favorite comedian’ and now a renowned fan favorite on the comedy circuit nationwide.

Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 7 @ 10:00 pm
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone

If the key to success in Hollywood is longevity and all the Hollywood players get their ever so anticipated 15 minutes of fame, then Comedian Earthquake has to have somehow lucked up on an hour. Not only does he have the staying power, his evolution seems to make him funnier, more relevant, and in higher demand with every Twitter entry, Facebook status and stand-up performance he makes. He’s as hot as he’s always been and his fans are simmering and waiting for him to blow. “When this guy finally gets his break, I don’t want to be around to see it!” exclaims Comedian DL Hughley when referencing Comedian Earthquake’s highly anticipated career bang. One wonders if the bang is even necessary. His presence on the comedy circuit has propelled him to be one of the most beloved and adored comedians of all time… many of whom liken him to the gone too soon and never forgotten, Robin Harris.

‘Quake’s’ story is unique however. The former enlisted sergeant for the U.S. Air Force and father of three, never had a plan prior to this. In fact, this may not have even been a plan in the first place. A chance performance at a local talent show on base tipped the hat on what would become one of the most successful runs in stand-up comedy in past decades. ‘I had no epiphany of one day following in [Richard] Pryor’s or anyone else’s footsteps. I just found my comfort zone at being me, and this is the result,’ explained Earthquake. And what a result it has been. After becoming a formidable talent of the mid-90’s explosion of televised urban comedy programming in the form of BET’s ComicView and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, Quake set up shop in New Aged Black Hollywood known as Atlanta and held down the host spot as proprietor of Uptown Comedy Corner. This infamous stage launched his as well as other’s national star status playing sold out rooms and making the most of the would-be historical moment of urban comedy’s peak in mainstream media.

Washington D.C’s Comedian Earthquake born Nathaniel Stroman began to awaken a diverse audience aside from his coveted comedy circuit audiences with a string of unforgettable media appearances and televised performances. Quake would secure a spot in 2002 on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend as well as a guest appearance on Mad TV. In 2003 his audience would see him set precedence as the first comic to command a standing ovation on the critically acclaimed, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. He also shot Comedy Central Presents: EARTHQUAKE! In this same year and in February 2005 he starred in Jamie Foxx’s Comedy Central special Laffapalooza! hailing Earthquake as an all-time favorite. Quake would join HBO and sign on to develop and shoot the coveted half hour comedy series special One Night Stand in August 2005 for which he would receive rave reviews. He’d seemingly be in a love affair with Comedy Central as he would make two memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s Weekend at D.L.’s which would instantly enhance Quake’s visibility on the late night talk show circuit.

With the increased popularity of television programming going to DVD, Quake’s fans began an on again love affair with him. His past performances on BET’s Comic View and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam allowed his fans to connect with his styling, timing and unique delivery making him one of the most quotable comedians of all time. Quake’s audience’s finally got their comic thirsts quenched with Quake’s 2005 DVD release, About Got Damm Time an aptly titled performance film marking the crowning moment in which Earthquake would solely take the stage as an ode to his loyal fans.

From 2006 to present, Earthquake’s television and media presence would grow more significant and spill onto the big screen. He would set a-blaze in 2006 with the first of two unforgettable visits with Howard Stern on Howard TV all while preparing for his major motion picture appearance in Kevin Smith’s cult classic sequel Clerks II in which he would star opposite Wanda Sykes. He would continue on the big screen lending his voice to the much beloved animated film, Barnyard as Root the Rooster.

During this same year, he would seize the recurring role of Uncle Mike on the CW network’s Everybody Hates Chris. He would go forth blazing the television talk show craze yet again with appearances on Michael Baisden After Dark, Comics Unleashed an additional Howard Stern appearance and in 2008, an appearance on Comedy Central’s über popular nighttime talk show, Chelsea Lately. 2008 also saw Earthquake as supporting cast in Ice Cube’s film The Longshots, a based-on-a-true story, triumphant tale of an eleven-year old girl from Illinois who would become the first female to play in Pop Warner football tournament in its 56-year history.

Earthquake’s mounting credits include an unforgettable appearance on 2003’s Latham Entertainment Presents and a 2007 all-star appearance on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam. In 2005 he surprised audiences in the film, Getting Played with Vivica Fox, and he will also appear in the forthcoming film Something like a Business, directed by Russ Parr soon to be released.

2008 brought Quake additional fanfare with his performance on the inaugural installment of the TBS Comedy Festival’s Laffapalooza and in 2009 he would receive critical acclaim for his Just for Laughs stand-up performance and his appearances on TV One’s Roast and Toast: John Witherspoon and the 17th Annual Trumpet Awards.

Earthquake’s appearance on the wildly received Shaquille O’Neal’s Comedy All-Star Comedy Jam currently rivals his concert DVD release From the Outhouse to the White House as his best performances to date.

In 2010 Quake teamed up with NASCAR icon Tony Stewart and Armor All for a television project currently available online. Earthquake’s unmistakable voice would be used in the ever so popular online series and televised commercials produced by Nike called the MVP Puppets. Quake would make three appearances with the Nike MVP Puppets during the 2009/2010 campaign. He would star as a detective in one, Santa Claus in another and a fire chief.

In 2011 TV One would soon produce an interesting series connecting throwback iconic television, film and musical personalities of days gone by with the here and the now and in a variety series entitled Way Black When. Quake was secured as guest performer for the segment that covered the 90’s which was extremely well received. 2011 would also see Comedian Earthquake’s career impacted by the influx of viral media as his fans begin to further broaden and expand with every click of the mouse. His clips are generated through many of the popular sites that keep his views in the hundreds of thousands. His recent appearance on George Lopez’s late night show being one of the online highlights as his fans were delighted to see him in that vein.

Presently Comedian Earthquake is preparing to shoot his forthcoming special and maintaining his place as ‘the comedian’s favorite comedian’ and now a renowned fan favorite on the comedy circuit nationwide.

Jun
8
Sat
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 8 @ 7:30 pm
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone

If the key to success in Hollywood is longevity and all the Hollywood players get their ever so anticipated 15 minutes of fame, then Comedian Earthquake has to have somehow lucked up on an hour. Not only does he have the staying power, his evolution seems to make him funnier, more relevant, and in higher demand with every Twitter entry, Facebook status and stand-up performance he makes. He’s as hot as he’s always been and his fans are simmering and waiting for him to blow. “When this guy finally gets his break, I don’t want to be around to see it!” exclaims Comedian DL Hughley when referencing Comedian Earthquake’s highly anticipated career bang. One wonders if the bang is even necessary. His presence on the comedy circuit has propelled him to be one of the most beloved and adored comedians of all time… many of whom liken him to the gone too soon and never forgotten, Robin Harris.

‘Quake’s’ story is unique however. The former enlisted sergeant for the U.S. Air Force and father of three, never had a plan prior to this. In fact, this may not have even been a plan in the first place. A chance performance at a local talent show on base tipped the hat on what would become one of the most successful runs in stand-up comedy in past decades. ‘I had no epiphany of one day following in [Richard] Pryor’s or anyone else’s footsteps. I just found my comfort zone at being me, and this is the result,’ explained Earthquake. And what a result it has been. After becoming a formidable talent of the mid-90’s explosion of televised urban comedy programming in the form of BET’s ComicView and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, Quake set up shop in New Aged Black Hollywood known as Atlanta and held down the host spot as proprietor of Uptown Comedy Corner. This infamous stage launched his as well as other’s national star status playing sold out rooms and making the most of the would-be historical moment of urban comedy’s peak in mainstream media.

Washington D.C’s Comedian Earthquake born Nathaniel Stroman began to awaken a diverse audience aside from his coveted comedy circuit audiences with a string of unforgettable media appearances and televised performances. Quake would secure a spot in 2002 on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend as well as a guest appearance on Mad TV. In 2003 his audience would see him set precedence as the first comic to command a standing ovation on the critically acclaimed, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. He also shot Comedy Central Presents: EARTHQUAKE! In this same year and in February 2005 he starred in Jamie Foxx’s Comedy Central special Laffapalooza! hailing Earthquake as an all-time favorite. Quake would join HBO and sign on to develop and shoot the coveted half hour comedy series special One Night Stand in August 2005 for which he would receive rave reviews. He’d seemingly be in a love affair with Comedy Central as he would make two memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s Weekend at D.L.’s which would instantly enhance Quake’s visibility on the late night talk show circuit.

With the increased popularity of television programming going to DVD, Quake’s fans began an on again love affair with him. His past performances on BET’s Comic View and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam allowed his fans to connect with his styling, timing and unique delivery making him one of the most quotable comedians of all time. Quake’s audience’s finally got their comic thirsts quenched with Quake’s 2005 DVD release, About Got Damm Time an aptly titled performance film marking the crowning moment in which Earthquake would solely take the stage as an ode to his loyal fans.

From 2006 to present, Earthquake’s television and media presence would grow more significant and spill onto the big screen. He would set a-blaze in 2006 with the first of two unforgettable visits with Howard Stern on Howard TV all while preparing for his major motion picture appearance in Kevin Smith’s cult classic sequel Clerks II in which he would star opposite Wanda Sykes. He would continue on the big screen lending his voice to the much beloved animated film, Barnyard as Root the Rooster.

During this same year, he would seize the recurring role of Uncle Mike on the CW network’s Everybody Hates Chris. He would go forth blazing the television talk show craze yet again with appearances on Michael Baisden After Dark, Comics Unleashed an additional Howard Stern appearance and in 2008, an appearance on Comedy Central’s über popular nighttime talk show, Chelsea Lately. 2008 also saw Earthquake as supporting cast in Ice Cube’s film The Longshots, a based-on-a-true story, triumphant tale of an eleven-year old girl from Illinois who would become the first female to play in Pop Warner football tournament in its 56-year history.

Earthquake’s mounting credits include an unforgettable appearance on 2003’s Latham Entertainment Presents and a 2007 all-star appearance on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam. In 2005 he surprised audiences in the film, Getting Played with Vivica Fox, and he will also appear in the forthcoming film Something like a Business, directed by Russ Parr soon to be released.

2008 brought Quake additional fanfare with his performance on the inaugural installment of the TBS Comedy Festival’s Laffapalooza and in 2009 he would receive critical acclaim for his Just for Laughs stand-up performance and his appearances on TV One’s Roast and Toast: John Witherspoon and the 17th Annual Trumpet Awards.

Earthquake’s appearance on the wildly received Shaquille O’Neal’s Comedy All-Star Comedy Jam currently rivals his concert DVD release From the Outhouse to the White House as his best performances to date.

In 2010 Quake teamed up with NASCAR icon Tony Stewart and Armor All for a television project currently available online. Earthquake’s unmistakable voice would be used in the ever so popular online series and televised commercials produced by Nike called the MVP Puppets. Quake would make three appearances with the Nike MVP Puppets during the 2009/2010 campaign. He would star as a detective in one, Santa Claus in another and a fire chief.

In 2011 TV One would soon produce an interesting series connecting throwback iconic television, film and musical personalities of days gone by with the here and the now and in a variety series entitled Way Black When. Quake was secured as guest performer for the segment that covered the 90’s which was extremely well received. 2011 would also see Comedian Earthquake’s career impacted by the influx of viral media as his fans begin to further broaden and expand with every click of the mouse. His clips are generated through many of the popular sites that keep his views in the hundreds of thousands. His recent appearance on George Lopez’s late night show being one of the online highlights as his fans were delighted to see him in that vein.

Presently Comedian Earthquake is preparing to shoot his forthcoming special and maintaining his place as ‘the comedian’s favorite comedian’ and now a renowned fan favorite on the comedy circuit nationwide.

Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 8 @ 10:00 pm
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone

If the key to success in Hollywood is longevity and all the Hollywood players get their ever so anticipated 15 minutes of fame, then Comedian Earthquake has to have somehow lucked up on an hour. Not only does he have the staying power, his evolution seems to make him funnier, more relevant, and in higher demand with every Twitter entry, Facebook status and stand-up performance he makes. He’s as hot as he’s always been and his fans are simmering and waiting for him to blow. “When this guy finally gets his break, I don’t want to be around to see it!” exclaims Comedian DL Hughley when referencing Comedian Earthquake’s highly anticipated career bang. One wonders if the bang is even necessary. His presence on the comedy circuit has propelled him to be one of the most beloved and adored comedians of all time… many of whom liken him to the gone too soon and never forgotten, Robin Harris.

‘Quake’s’ story is unique however. The former enlisted sergeant for the U.S. Air Force and father of three, never had a plan prior to this. In fact, this may not have even been a plan in the first place. A chance performance at a local talent show on base tipped the hat on what would become one of the most successful runs in stand-up comedy in past decades. ‘I had no epiphany of one day following in [Richard] Pryor’s or anyone else’s footsteps. I just found my comfort zone at being me, and this is the result,’ explained Earthquake. And what a result it has been. After becoming a formidable talent of the mid-90’s explosion of televised urban comedy programming in the form of BET’s ComicView and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, Quake set up shop in New Aged Black Hollywood known as Atlanta and held down the host spot as proprietor of Uptown Comedy Corner. This infamous stage launched his as well as other’s national star status playing sold out rooms and making the most of the would-be historical moment of urban comedy’s peak in mainstream media.

Washington D.C’s Comedian Earthquake born Nathaniel Stroman began to awaken a diverse audience aside from his coveted comedy circuit audiences with a string of unforgettable media appearances and televised performances. Quake would secure a spot in 2002 on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend as well as a guest appearance on Mad TV. In 2003 his audience would see him set precedence as the first comic to command a standing ovation on the critically acclaimed, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. He also shot Comedy Central Presents: EARTHQUAKE! In this same year and in February 2005 he starred in Jamie Foxx’s Comedy Central special Laffapalooza! hailing Earthquake as an all-time favorite. Quake would join HBO and sign on to develop and shoot the coveted half hour comedy series special One Night Stand in August 2005 for which he would receive rave reviews. He’d seemingly be in a love affair with Comedy Central as he would make two memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s Weekend at D.L.’s which would instantly enhance Quake’s visibility on the late night talk show circuit.

With the increased popularity of television programming going to DVD, Quake’s fans began an on again love affair with him. His past performances on BET’s Comic View and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam allowed his fans to connect with his styling, timing and unique delivery making him one of the most quotable comedians of all time. Quake’s audience’s finally got their comic thirsts quenched with Quake’s 2005 DVD release, About Got Damm Time an aptly titled performance film marking the crowning moment in which Earthquake would solely take the stage as an ode to his loyal fans.

From 2006 to present, Earthquake’s television and media presence would grow more significant and spill onto the big screen. He would set a-blaze in 2006 with the first of two unforgettable visits with Howard Stern on Howard TV all while preparing for his major motion picture appearance in Kevin Smith’s cult classic sequel Clerks II in which he would star opposite Wanda Sykes. He would continue on the big screen lending his voice to the much beloved animated film, Barnyard as Root the Rooster.

During this same year, he would seize the recurring role of Uncle Mike on the CW network’s Everybody Hates Chris. He would go forth blazing the television talk show craze yet again with appearances on Michael Baisden After Dark, Comics Unleashed an additional Howard Stern appearance and in 2008, an appearance on Comedy Central’s über popular nighttime talk show, Chelsea Lately. 2008 also saw Earthquake as supporting cast in Ice Cube’s film The Longshots, a based-on-a-true story, triumphant tale of an eleven-year old girl from Illinois who would become the first female to play in Pop Warner football tournament in its 56-year history.

Earthquake’s mounting credits include an unforgettable appearance on 2003’s Latham Entertainment Presents and a 2007 all-star appearance on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam. In 2005 he surprised audiences in the film, Getting Played with Vivica Fox, and he will also appear in the forthcoming film Something like a Business, directed by Russ Parr soon to be released.

2008 brought Quake additional fanfare with his performance on the inaugural installment of the TBS Comedy Festival’s Laffapalooza and in 2009 he would receive critical acclaim for his Just for Laughs stand-up performance and his appearances on TV One’s Roast and Toast: John Witherspoon and the 17th Annual Trumpet Awards.

Earthquake’s appearance on the wildly received Shaquille O’Neal’s Comedy All-Star Comedy Jam currently rivals his concert DVD release From the Outhouse to the White House as his best performances to date.

In 2010 Quake teamed up with NASCAR icon Tony Stewart and Armor All for a television project currently available online. Earthquake’s unmistakable voice would be used in the ever so popular online series and televised commercials produced by Nike called the MVP Puppets. Quake would make three appearances with the Nike MVP Puppets during the 2009/2010 campaign. He would star as a detective in one, Santa Claus in another and a fire chief.

In 2011 TV One would soon produce an interesting series connecting throwback iconic television, film and musical personalities of days gone by with the here and the now and in a variety series entitled Way Black When. Quake was secured as guest performer for the segment that covered the 90’s which was extremely well received. 2011 would also see Comedian Earthquake’s career impacted by the influx of viral media as his fans begin to further broaden and expand with every click of the mouse. His clips are generated through many of the popular sites that keep his views in the hundreds of thousands. His recent appearance on George Lopez’s late night show being one of the online highlights as his fans were delighted to see him in that vein.

Presently Comedian Earthquake is preparing to shoot his forthcoming special and maintaining his place as ‘the comedian’s favorite comedian’ and now a renowned fan favorite on the comedy circuit nationwide.

Jun
9
Sun
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 9 @ 6:00 pm
Earthquake @ The Comedy Zone

If the key to success in Hollywood is longevity and all the Hollywood players get their ever so anticipated 15 minutes of fame, then Comedian Earthquake has to have somehow lucked up on an hour. Not only does he have the staying power, his evolution seems to make him funnier, more relevant, and in higher demand with every Twitter entry, Facebook status and stand-up performance he makes. He’s as hot as he’s always been and his fans are simmering and waiting for him to blow. “When this guy finally gets his break, I don’t want to be around to see it!” exclaims Comedian DL Hughley when referencing Comedian Earthquake’s highly anticipated career bang. One wonders if the bang is even necessary. His presence on the comedy circuit has propelled him to be one of the most beloved and adored comedians of all time… many of whom liken him to the gone too soon and never forgotten, Robin Harris.

‘Quake’s’ story is unique however. The former enlisted sergeant for the U.S. Air Force and father of three, never had a plan prior to this. In fact, this may not have even been a plan in the first place. A chance performance at a local talent show on base tipped the hat on what would become one of the most successful runs in stand-up comedy in past decades. ‘I had no epiphany of one day following in [Richard] Pryor’s or anyone else’s footsteps. I just found my comfort zone at being me, and this is the result,’ explained Earthquake. And what a result it has been. After becoming a formidable talent of the mid-90’s explosion of televised urban comedy programming in the form of BET’s ComicView and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, Quake set up shop in New Aged Black Hollywood known as Atlanta and held down the host spot as proprietor of Uptown Comedy Corner. This infamous stage launched his as well as other’s national star status playing sold out rooms and making the most of the would-be historical moment of urban comedy’s peak in mainstream media.

Washington D.C’s Comedian Earthquake born Nathaniel Stroman began to awaken a diverse audience aside from his coveted comedy circuit audiences with a string of unforgettable media appearances and televised performances. Quake would secure a spot in 2002 on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend as well as a guest appearance on Mad TV. In 2003 his audience would see him set precedence as the first comic to command a standing ovation on the critically acclaimed, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. He also shot Comedy Central Presents: EARTHQUAKE! In this same year and in February 2005 he starred in Jamie Foxx’s Comedy Central special Laffapalooza! hailing Earthquake as an all-time favorite. Quake would join HBO and sign on to develop and shoot the coveted half hour comedy series special One Night Stand in August 2005 for which he would receive rave reviews. He’d seemingly be in a love affair with Comedy Central as he would make two memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s Weekend at D.L.’s which would instantly enhance Quake’s visibility on the late night talk show circuit.

With the increased popularity of television programming going to DVD, Quake’s fans began an on again love affair with him. His past performances on BET’s Comic View and HBO’s Def Comedy Jam allowed his fans to connect with his styling, timing and unique delivery making him one of the most quotable comedians of all time. Quake’s audience’s finally got their comic thirsts quenched with Quake’s 2005 DVD release, About Got Damm Time an aptly titled performance film marking the crowning moment in which Earthquake would solely take the stage as an ode to his loyal fans.

From 2006 to present, Earthquake’s television and media presence would grow more significant and spill onto the big screen. He would set a-blaze in 2006 with the first of two unforgettable visits with Howard Stern on Howard TV all while preparing for his major motion picture appearance in Kevin Smith’s cult classic sequel Clerks II in which he would star opposite Wanda Sykes. He would continue on the big screen lending his voice to the much beloved animated film, Barnyard as Root the Rooster.

During this same year, he would seize the recurring role of Uncle Mike on the CW network’s Everybody Hates Chris. He would go forth blazing the television talk show craze yet again with appearances on Michael Baisden After Dark, Comics Unleashed an additional Howard Stern appearance and in 2008, an appearance on Comedy Central’s über popular nighttime talk show, Chelsea Lately. 2008 also saw Earthquake as supporting cast in Ice Cube’s film The Longshots, a based-on-a-true story, triumphant tale of an eleven-year old girl from Illinois who would become the first female to play in Pop Warner football tournament in its 56-year history.

Earthquake’s mounting credits include an unforgettable appearance on 2003’s Latham Entertainment Presents and a 2007 all-star appearance on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam. In 2005 he surprised audiences in the film, Getting Played with Vivica Fox, and he will also appear in the forthcoming film Something like a Business, directed by Russ Parr soon to be released.

2008 brought Quake additional fanfare with his performance on the inaugural installment of the TBS Comedy Festival’s Laffapalooza and in 2009 he would receive critical acclaim for his Just for Laughs stand-up performance and his appearances on TV One’s Roast and Toast: John Witherspoon and the 17th Annual Trumpet Awards.

Earthquake’s appearance on the wildly received Shaquille O’Neal’s Comedy All-Star Comedy Jam currently rivals his concert DVD release From the Outhouse to the White House as his best performances to date.

In 2010 Quake teamed up with NASCAR icon Tony Stewart and Armor All for a television project currently available online. Earthquake’s unmistakable voice would be used in the ever so popular online series and televised commercials produced by Nike called the MVP Puppets. Quake would make three appearances with the Nike MVP Puppets during the 2009/2010 campaign. He would star as a detective in one, Santa Claus in another and a fire chief.

In 2011 TV One would soon produce an interesting series connecting throwback iconic television, film and musical personalities of days gone by with the here and the now and in a variety series entitled Way Black When. Quake was secured as guest performer for the segment that covered the 90’s which was extremely well received. 2011 would also see Comedian Earthquake’s career impacted by the influx of viral media as his fans begin to further broaden and expand with every click of the mouse. His clips are generated through many of the popular sites that keep his views in the hundreds of thousands. His recent appearance on George Lopez’s late night show being one of the online highlights as his fans were delighted to see him in that vein.

Presently Comedian Earthquake is preparing to shoot his forthcoming special and maintaining his place as ‘the comedian’s favorite comedian’ and now a renowned fan favorite on the comedy circuit nationwide.

Jun
13
Thu
Lavell Crawford @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 13 @ 7:30 pm
Lavell Crawford @ The Comedy Zone

Comedian, Lavell Crawford is quickly climbing the comedic ranks and becoming one of the hottest stars in the biz today. He filmed a new one-hour special in his home town of St. Louis, “Can A Brother Get Some Love?,” and is on DVD from Entertainment One. In addition, he filmed an episode of “Workaholics” for Comedy Central and he’s been casted in a recurring role on the AMC’s Emmy Award-winning “Breaking Bad.” If that’s not enough, he was also seen as a regular panelist on E! Entertainment’s “Chelsea Lately” and a regular on “Lopez Tonight,” performing in various comedy sketches on the show. From his numerous television appearances and as one of the hottest touring acts in the country, audiences are becoming increasingly familiar with Lavell’s giant-sized talent. Lavell gained huge national exposure on NBC’s hit reality series “Last Comic Standing.” Not only did NBC take notice, promptly signing Lavell to a holding deal with the network, but also Comedy Central, offering him his own half-hour standup special, “Comedy Central Presents: Lavell Crawford.” Lavell’s stand-out work includes appearances on “Shaquille O’Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam” which premiered on Showtime in December, “Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam” on HBO, “Showtime at the Apollo,” “Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment,” “Comic’s Unleashed with Byron Allen,” “Steve Harvey’s Big Time” “Comedy Central’s Premium Blend,” “Motown Live” and “BET’s Comic View.” In addition, Lavell has appeared in the films “Baby’s Mama Drama,” “Beverlyhood,” “Ghetto South Problems,” and on the televised series “The Jamie Foxx Show.” On stage, he played Ben in the hit play “Men Cry in the Dark,” based on the Michael Baisden best seller. Lavell also recently appeared on stage with the critically acclaimed production “Friends and Lovers,” a stage production based on the novel by author Eric Jerome Dickey where he played the scene-stealing Bobby. The play also featured notable actors such as Miguel Nunez (“Juwana Man”), Leon (“The Five Heartbeats”), Monica Calhoun (“The Best Man”), Mel Jackson (“Soul Food”) and Maia Campbell (“In the House”). Endeared by audiences far and wide, Lavell has built a very strong fan base playing theatres, comedy clubs and colleges across the nation in addition to festivals including HBO’s US Comedy Arts Festival, The Comedy Festival and LAFFAPALOOZA, America’s longest-running annual urban comedy festival.

Jun
14
Fri
Lavell Crawford @ The Comedy Zone
Jun 14 @ 7:30 pm
Lavell Crawford @ The Comedy Zone

Comedian, Lavell Crawford is quickly climbing the comedic ranks and becoming one of the hottest stars in the biz today. He filmed a new one-hour special in his home town of St. Louis, “Can A Brother Get Some Love?,” and is on DVD from Entertainment One. In addition, he filmed an episode of “Workaholics” for Comedy Central and he’s been casted in a recurring role on the AMC’s Emmy Award-winning “Breaking Bad.” If that’s not enough, he was also seen as a regular panelist on E! Entertainment’s “Chelsea Lately” and a regular on “Lopez Tonight,” performing in various comedy sketches on the show. From his numerous television appearances and as one of the hottest touring acts in the country, audiences are becoming increasingly familiar with Lavell’s giant-sized talent. Lavell gained huge national exposure on NBC’s hit reality series “Last Comic Standing.” Not only did NBC take notice, promptly signing Lavell to a holding deal with the network, but also Comedy Central, offering him his own half-hour standup special, “Comedy Central Presents: Lavell Crawford.” Lavell’s stand-out work includes appearances on “Shaquille O’Neal Presents: All Star Comedy Jam” which premiered on Showtime in December, “Russell Simmons’ Def Comedy Jam” on HBO, “Showtime at the Apollo,” “Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment,” “Comic’s Unleashed with Byron Allen,” “Steve Harvey’s Big Time” “Comedy Central’s Premium Blend,” “Motown Live” and “BET’s Comic View.” In addition, Lavell has appeared in the films “Baby’s Mama Drama,” “Beverlyhood,” “Ghetto South Problems,” and on the televised series “The Jamie Foxx Show.” On stage, he played Ben in the hit play “Men Cry in the Dark,” based on the Michael Baisden best seller. Lavell also recently appeared on stage with the critically acclaimed production “Friends and Lovers,” a stage production based on the novel by author Eric Jerome Dickey where he played the scene-stealing Bobby. The play also featured notable actors such as Miguel Nunez (“Juwana Man”), Leon (“The Five Heartbeats”), Monica Calhoun (“The Best Man”), Mel Jackson (“Soul Food”) and Maia Campbell (“In the House”). Endeared by audiences far and wide, Lavell has built a very strong fan base playing theatres, comedy clubs and colleges across the nation in addition to festivals including HBO’s US Comedy Arts Festival, The Comedy Festival and LAFFAPALOOZA, America’s longest-running annual urban comedy festival.