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I knew I was going to be a comedian when I heard Richard Pryor’s tape.
Which is why “The Sarah Silverman Podcast,” launched by the longtime comedian a few months ago with little fanfare and a sense of resignation, may be one of the sneakiest successes of the pandemic.
I could imagine that even some of the comedians or some of the other folks are coming to you and saying why couldn’t Verzuz be applied in my backyard as well as in music’s backyard.
That, Alexis says, means more paid hours and benefits for his party hosts — many of them actors, comedians and other performers whose day jobs in arts and entertainment disappeared in the pandemic.
John Mulaney has reached a level of success as a comedian where he doesn’t really need to hold down a 9-to-5 job.
Business Insider, which normally covers its offices in tinsel for the holidays, is having a virtual party this year, hosted by a comedian who specializes in magic tricks, and raffling away prizes.
Twenty-five-year-old Tida Jobe describes herself as an entertainer, not just a comedian.
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For example, public speakers and comedians try to get a laugh to make audiences feel psychologically closer to them, to create intimacy.
This sizable distance is standard for their live entertainment offerings, Flynn says, and it allows comedians Carrot Top and Brad Garrett to go maskless during their shows.
The comedian shares his favorite material from a 45-year career.

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