Pete Davidson, Joe Zimmerman, Paul Virzi, Carole Montgomery, Tommy Pope, and More!
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Pete Davidson hit the stage for the first time at the age of 16. Since then Pete has toured North America playing colleges, comedy clubs and theaters. The Staten Island native has broke out this year starring in three MTV programs: Guy Code, Wild 'N' Out: Raw and Failosophy. Pete will be making his network stand-up comedy debut on Comedy Central this Fall and appeared on AXS TV's Gotham Comedy Live. 2013 also marks his debut in a feature film with his role in Nick Cannon's School Dance.
At 19 years of age, Pete's stand-up is considered fresh and honest. In 2011, CBS Radio took notice and claimed he was "next up… and by next up, we mean NOW!" The praise landed him a role on 92.3NOW's morning show "Rollin with Nick Cannon." His work on the highly rated talk show led to a nation-wide tour with Cannon.
Even at a young age, Pete has a lot to say on stage. He takes his real life situations whether it's tackling family issues or the pitfalls of adolescence and finds the humor behind it all. When he's not touring Pete can be seen throughout New York City performing at Caroline's On Broadway, Gotham Comedy Club and The Stand.
Paul was first attracted to stand-up comedy at a very young age. He was only nine years old when he witnessed Eddie Murphey's “Raw”. Although he couldn't understand all the jokes, and probably should not have been listening to explicit language, he became instantly intrigued by the idea of speaking into a microphone and making a crowd of people happy. Also, in the mid-eighties, his father took him to see Rodney Dangerfield live at Radio City Music Hall in NYC. By the end of the show, he was sleeping on his father's lap but the seed was planted.
Growing up, Paul was always making people laugh, something that he continues to do today. Paul makes waves and raises eyebrows every time he touches a microphone. In the year 2000 Paul entered a contest in upstate NY where he went to high school. It was called the "Hudson Valley's Funniest Man" for a popular radio station. The competition, which was comprised of over 20 contestants, lasted more than two months. Before he knew it, Paul had successfully passed first two rounds, joining the last seven comics in the finals. It came down to him and one other. In the end, Paul fell short. However, this inspired him. Not only has he gone on to win many other contests, but he also came to the realization that this is what he wants to do for the rest of his life. Since then he has opened numerous times for some of the best comedians in the business. Comics such as Dave Attell from Comedy Centrals “Insomniac” and Bill Burr from Comedy Centrals “Chappelle Show” and his one hour specials "Let It Go" are just a couple. Paul has also shared the stage with the likes of Tracey Morgan, Bob Saget, Christopher Titus and Louis CK.
Paul performs all over the country and many of the nation's top comedy clubs have called him one of the strongest up and comers working today. Recently, Paul was a semi-finalist for NY's Funniest Comic Competition for the NY Comedy Festival in NYC. He also opened for bill Burr at Carnegie Hall where he killed in front of a sold out crowd on the most legendary stage in the world which was also part of the NY Comedy Festival. Paul's stand-up can be heard on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio daily. His credits include TV appearance's on FOX’S “REDEYE”, Spike TV’S “GameTrailers TV with Geoff Kneighly” and writing for the 2011 ESPN Espy Awards. Paul never fails in keeping the laughs coming and making the audience feel comfortable with his hard hitting personal approach. He is fun to watch and has a great stage presence.