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Jim Norton from HBO and The Tonight Show
Price $24
Age Suitability 21 and up
Category Comedy

Jim Norton from HBO and The Tonight Show

Saturday, Jan 26, 2013 9:30p
The American Comedy Co. San Diego, CA

Jim is a part of the successful Opie & Anthony Radio Show, and is a regular correspondent for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Jim is also a frequent contributor to the late night talk show circuit including The Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and others. Jim has hosted HBO’s Down and Dirty as well as had 2 HBO stand-up specials. He also starred in HBO’s Lucky Louie with Louis C.K., Comedy Central’s Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, HBO’s Bored to Death and FX’s Louie.

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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....
Location & Nearby Info
The American Comedy Co.
818 Sixth Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 795-3858
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Reviews & Comments
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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