Interviewing a stand up comedian it can be a challenging situation, because they usually don't have those ordinary answers that most celebrities gets from their PR departament. Most of the stand up comedians's interviews are fresh, funny and put a new light on the ideea we have in mind about him or her. On BCO you can find some of the most relevant interviews with famous comedians like Chris Rock, Dane Cook, Jerry Seinfeld and many others, including some special interviews with regreted comedians like George Carlin.
Wednesday, 15 May 2013
Friday, 10 May 2013
Chelsea Peretti, the former writer for “Parks and Recreation” and L.A comedienne is having her own call-in podcast “Call Chelsea Peretti”.
Most recently, she guest-wrote for Saturday Night Live and Kroll Show, and was one of nine comedians featured on Time’s Top 140 Twitter Feeds of 2013.
Splitsider.com writer, Meera Jagannathan talked with the comedienne about her one hour special memoirs of Jonathan Winters and her future collaboration with her brother, the creator of BuzzFeed.
Wednesday, 08 May 2013
Since the 2012 rebranding of “The Half Hour” show we get to see the best comics ever. Splisider talked with 16 Half Hour comedians about their specials, careers, comedy world and stage life.
Joe DeRosa is presented on comedy Central for the second time having recorded a Comedy Central Presents in 2009. Joe is a regular on the “Opie and Anthony” show. He also have several appearances on comedy series “Louie” and “Bored to Death”. He is known for handling hecklers at his show and, by now, no one manage to stand up to him.
Wednesday, 08 May 2013
Canadian stand-up legend and TV director David Steinberg made his comedy debut screening new documentary profiling his remarkable career.
“It was interesting to see an audience response to it… and to hear laughs. The worst thing that can happen to a comedian is to do a documentary on your life and you’re watching it with an audience and there’s not a laugh,
Thursday, 02 May 2013
With every new show, Comedy Central’s brings the future stars of standup. “The Half Hour” series continues to feature the best up-and-coming comics in the country.
Splitsider.com talked with Nikky Claser, one of the two stars of “Nikki and Sara Live” which was just renewed by MTV.
Thursday, 25 April 2013
Who doesn’t know Steve-O? If you don’t remember his name, he is one of the Jackasses. From piercing his cheek with a fishing hook to linking bull crap, The “Jackass” star is still entertaining us with his rand-up routines at Golden Gecko every Friday and Saturday.
Ever wondered about what were those guys thinking when they did all those part-crazy/part-gross things in Jackass? Victoriaadvocate.com talked to the fearless star about every part of his career.
Thursday, 04 August 2011
Funny For Money is a new interactive comedy site which gives amateur comedians the chance to show off their talents and to win money doing what they like. But the comedians are not the only ones to earn money. The people who vote for them have a chance to win as well. The comedy game is quite simple. You get a topic and then you submit your punchlines on www.funnyformoney.com.
Thursday, 23 September 2010
Brand, Kane, Howardâ?¦ what is it about comedians and the name Russell? The latest to join the fold is Canadian Russell Peters - he tells Time Out about his ascent to fame, and why he's far from Mr Brand's biggest fanâ?¦
Thursday, 26 August 2010
Korean-American comedian Margaret Cho is best known for her raunchy, politically-charged stand-up. But she recently recorded an album called Cho Dependent (in stores August 24) and soon embarks on a North American tour, her second stop: Seattle's Paramount Theatre (August 27.)
Saturday, 14 August 2010
Arj Barker talks to Keir McAllister about Edinburgh, Chicago and Scandinivia.
Thursday, 22 July 2010
The Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan has a new memoir, I Am the New Black. Tracy Morgan answers readers questions in front of a live audience, for Time 10 Questions!
Tuesday, 13 July 2010
2007 was a year when comic Patton Oswaltâ??s food cred soared to new heights. First, he lent his voice to Disney-Pixarâ??s Oscar-winning â??Ratatouille,â?ť where he played Remy, a rat with culinary ambitions. It was a film chefs said revealed more about life inside the restaurant kitchen than any live-action movie before.
Wednesday, 07 July 2010
Chris Rock was invited on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote his latest movie, Grown Ups, in which are starring also Adam Sandler, Kevin James, David Spade and Salma Hayek. Like in every one of his interviews, Chris Rock can't stop being funny, like he is always on stage, performing an stand up comedy act. Chris Rock's sense of humor is seems to be a way of life, not just a job and he succeded in turning the conversation about Grown Ups in a comedy act about his wife, 4th of July as a child in Brooklyn. Of course talking about Grown Ups and the work with Adam Sandler and Kevin James was as funny as the rest of the interview.
Thursday, 01 July 2010
Jim Gaffigan attended Georgetown University, so his upcoming two shows at the D.C. ImprovÂ are kind of like a homecoming. Except that he never intended to be a comedian at all â?? not realistically, anyway.
Wednesday, 30 June 2010
The 90s were good to Janeane Garofalo. The generous decade provided her a stint on â??Saturday Night Live,â?ť and roles in the box-office hits Reality Bites and The Truth About Cats and Dogs. Over the years, the comedienne could always find stage time around New York City to tell jokes, but good work as an actress became harder to come by. She recently spoke with Creative Loafing about her early career, her break from the spotlight, and her relationship with the web.
Thursday, 24 June 2010
Larry David on life before Seinfeld, being follicularly challenged, and a family man at last
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
There's a reason college kids love David Cross. The beer-swilling, myth-debunking, pot-bellied lefty comedian has been a staple in dorm rooms since his days on HBO's ahead-of-its-time sketch comedy show Mr. Show, and as the is-he-or-isn't-he analrapist Tobias Funke on FOX's cult classic Arrested Development. In fact, his on-screen characters have been so indelibly stamped in the minds of the PBR set, that his fans tend to forget that Cross' roots are planted firmly in the wonderful world of stand up.
Saturday, 05 June 2010
Chris Rock, who was at the National Movie Awards in London, stated for the Absolute Radio thatÂ "British fans are better than American ones". For Chris Rock is seems that stand up comedy is not a job, is a way of life...the guy cant't stop himself making fun on everything, wherever he is. Watch the interview before decide to never buy another ticket at one of Chris Rock's stand up concerts.
Thursday, 27 May 2010
Russell Brand was invited on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to promote Get Him to the Greek his new movie. Without disquising Russell Brand look, we invite you to watch to interview and find out interesting things about the movie and also about the comedian's relationship with Katy Perry. You've lost him ladies!
Tuesday, 25 May 2010
Eddie Izzard talks on "The Hour" tv show with George Stroumboulopoulos about his work, Believe - the Eddie Izzard Strory and his "Stripped" tour. Watch online an special interview with the British comedian and known him better!
Sunday, 14 March 2010
As he used us, Bill Maher is giving another controversial interview about politics, this time being interviewed by Larry King, regarding democrats and especially Senator Evan Bayh, latest Democratic member to say good-bye. Beyond the political games, you'll get to hear Bill Maher's opinion on the Leno/Conan/Letterman thing and an insight of his latest stand up comedy show, "But I'm not wrong". Enjoy!
Sunday, 14 March 2010
Locating le mot juste to describe Bill Maher can be taxing, like trying to order a pizza with your two buddies, the vegan and the Teamster. The 54-year-old Maher's loyal fans might label him provocative visionary, perhaps even prophet.