We all loved this guy. If you ever want to laugh knowing it’s all wrong, youtube Otto and George. You’ll be missed by many, pal.
An excerpt from Moms are Nuts:
#RIP dear David Brenner. This is an interview I did with him back in 2007, an interview that made it into my book Celebrity sTalker. He was the most generous and kind comedian I’ve ever known. The comedy world will miss him.
Comedy legend Harold Ramis died early Monday, the Chicago Tribune reported. He was 69. The Chicago Sun-Times confirmed the news. Ramis was best known for directing “Caddyshack” and “Groundhog Day.” He also played the role…
My book is on sale for 5 days and it’s only 99 cents!!
You don’t need a Kindle to read an ebook because Kindle has a free app for PC, Mac, tablet, and phones. If you go to the above link, you can see the free download on the right side of the page, down about a third. Even if you don’t buy my book, get the free app for books you do want to buy. Even though they’re probably not as funny as mine. Or as cheap. Oh well, do what you want SEE IF I CARE. (i do)
This is me doing mime in San Francisco. So many years ago you’d have to cut open my torso and count the rings. My left leg appears to be running away from my body because it doesn’t look right.
I was a terrible mime. Because I could only be quiet for so long before I’d start making sarcastic remarks to the audience about how bad I was. And seriously, what was I miming in this photo? “Oh my god this boulder is so heavy” or “Go ahead and throw me the fish, I’ll catch it in my mouth” or “My fingers are soooooooooo sticky.”
Seriously, a terrible, horrible mime.
This is, sadly, just part one in a series of the times I was mistaken for a hooker. Maybe I should start wearing bras.
I animated my twitter. It’s free and easy and I’m bored these days. Ok, all days. ALL THE DAYS OF MY LIFE.
Know that it’s not going to be easy. Know that it’s going to take a long time to be good or great. Don’t focus on the career climbing. Focus on the getting funnier. The second you are bitching about what another comic is getting you are going in the completely wrong direction. No one is getting your gig or your money.
Keep in mind that you are in for a looooong haul of ups and downs and nothing and something. It takes at least 15 years, usually more, to make a great comic. most flame out before they get there.
And yes, be polite and courteous to every single person you deal with. Not because that will make you a better comedian, but because you’re supposed to do that.
Hey look, my book is on sale for only $2.99. To quote Crazy Eddie, who I’m pretty sure is dead by now, WE’RE PRACTICALLY GIVING THEM ALL AWAY! Buy it here and if you don’t have a Kindle you can download the free app to your PC, Mac, phone, tablet, or 8 track tape.
We’ve all been lied to.