Cobb’s Comedy Club
915 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, CA 94133
Date: April 12 to 15
Best known for his work on Saturday Night Live, Kevin Nealon was live from New York for nine years as part of the ensemble cast anchoring Weekend Update and creating the pumped up character Franz of Hans and Franz with Dana Carvey. Nealon has appeared in several Happy Madison productions – the company founded by Adam Sandler – including “Little Nicky” and “Anger Management,” and can currently be seen on the Showtime series “Weeds” as the recurring character Doug Wilson.
Date: April 20 to 22
Bill Bellamy was on the fast track to a career on Wall Street until a male beauty pageant spun his head around. When the Rutgers University economics major performed comedy as his act, and won, he pursued a career following graduation. A stint on Showtime at the Apollo led to spots on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam followed by Bellamy’s dream gig hosting MTV Jams. He can be seen as a roundtable guest on the late night talk show Chelsea Lately.
Date: April 26 to 28
As cousin Leon on the critically acclaimed HBO series “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” JB Smoove commands your attention. The gifted star wrote sketch comedy for SNL and took home the Writers Guild of America award for Best Comedy/Variety Series in 2007. His film credits include “The Sitter,” “We Bought a Zoo” starring Matt Damon, and “The Dictator” opposite Sacha Baron Cohen. Smoove just released his first-ever one hour comedy special “That’s How I Dooz It.”
Date: May 4 to 6
Fans of Wayne Brady have appreciated the work of this award-winning artist via television, film and theater, but at the heart this multi-talented performer lies the skills of an improvisational maestro. Audiences fell in love with Brady’s comedic timing on the American version of “Whose Line Is It Anyone,” earning an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety, Musical or Comedy Series. Brady has made guest appearances on “Chappelle’s Show,” “How I Met Your Mother,” and Drew Carey’s “Improv-A-Ganza.”
Date: May 24 to 27
Developing such memorable characters as Astronaut Jones and Brian Fellow’s, Tracy Morgan left eight seasons behind as cast member of Saturday Night Live in 2003 to embark on “The Tracy Morgan Show.” This urban comic and SNL breakout star can now be seen weekly on the NBC television series “30 Rock” playing the caricature role, Tracy Jordan which earned Morgan a 2009 Emmy nod for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.