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Patrice ONeal Comedy Benefit Concert featuring Colin Quinn, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Bill Burr, Robert Kelly, Rich Vos, Keith R
Phone (212) 581-1212
Price $75.00
Age Suitability None Specified

Patrice O'Neal Comedy Benefit Concert featuring Colin Quinn, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Bill Burr, Robert Kelly, Rich Vos, Keith R

Tuesday, Feb 19, 2013 8:00p

The Patrice O’Neal Comedy Benefit Concert is a night of stand up comedy to honor the memory of a master comedian and true friend with performances by Colin Quinn, Jim Norton, Dave Attell, Bill Burr, Robert Kelly, Rich Vos, Keith Robinson, Ian Edwards, Will Sylvince & Marina Franklin. All proceeds from the show will go to Patrice’s mother and family.

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Jim Norton
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Known for his aggressive style, his love of controversial subjects, and his hatred of Derek Jeter, comedian Jim Norton has earned a fanatical following thanks to his busy touring schedule and hilarious contributions to the Opie & Anthony radio show....
Robert Kelly
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A regular on the Opie & Anthony radio show and a veteran of Dane Cook's Tourgasm, comedian Robert Kelly was born and raised in Boston, MA. Petty theft and vandalism landed the teenage Kelly in juvenile prison for a two-year stretch....
Rich Vos
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Rich Vos is an incredibly gifted comic who not only has sharp, insightful material, but also a master at working the crowd. His ability to perform in front of any audience has landed him television shows as varied as being the first white comic on Def Jam to performing on the View....
Dave Attell
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East Coast native and award-winning comedian Dave Attell practices a raunchy, old-school brand of standup reminiscent of Richard Pryor and Sam Kinison. After graduating from NYU, the self-described "joke comic" quit his day job and began to pursue comedy....
Bill Burr
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Did 300 stand-up shows a year early in his career. Voice is featured in the 2008 video game Grand Theft Auto IV . In 2009, was the first stand-up comedian to appear on  The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien ....
Colin Quinn
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From the early days of MTV's Remote Control to his later success with the topical Comedy Central series Tough Crowd With Colin Quinn, gravelly voiced Brooklynite Colin Quinn has become a staple of the comedy scene thanks to his fearless, tell-it-like-it-is style and everyman attitude....
Marina Franklin
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Marina Franklin is emerging as one of the hottest comedians in the comedy scene today. With such notable appearances as “Chapelle’s Show”, NBC’s “Last Comic Standing Season II”, VH!, Oxygen’s “Girls Behaving Badly”, “Show Time at The Apollo”, Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend”, "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn", CW’s “Hip Hop Holdem”, CBS “The Intern”, Dutch TV's "The Comedy Factory", BBC’s “The World Stand’s Up”, and look for her soon on Byron Allen's "Comic's Unleashed".
Ian Edwards
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Ian Edwards has appeared on NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, and HBO’s Bad Boys of Comedy. Edwards was born in England and has lived in Jamaica, New York and California....
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Feb 16, 2008 - uentertainme on Jim Norton
If you thought Monster Rain was funny...

Just when you thought he couldn't get any funnier Jim Norton stepped up the pace and sent us reeling Friday night at the Cobb. The audience reaction verged on hysteria as the one of a kind comic delivered his wildly inappropriate thoughts and observations about life as... well, as a human. What's fascinating about this guy is the way his astonishing brain takes a modest back seat to his outrageous mouth, driving the act to stunning and indisputably dangerous speeds. The real surprise is that he never crashed, he just got better and better-- and then, the audience had to go home.

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