Posts Tagged ‘ Denver Improv ’

Why So Serious, Tommy Davidson?

Why So Serious, Tommy Davidson?

“In Living Color” veteran Tommy Davidson talks about his old show, his recent work for Adult Swim and more in advance of his Denver Improv dates.



Comedy shows to benefit Aurora theater shooting victims

Comedy shows to benefit Aurora theater shooting victims

Several upcoming comedy shows will benefit the Aurora theater shooting victims. Here’s a rundown of the events.



T.J. Miller’s “Denver” music video: Reverb’s exclusive premiere

T.J. Miller's Denver video shoot

Check out this exclusive premiere for Denver-bred comedian T.J. Miller’s love letter to his hometown. Yes, it’s stained with green chile, dog poop and beer, but it’s still a love letter, OK?



Why So Serious, Donnell Rawlings?

Why So Serious, Donnell Rawlings?

“Chappelle’s Show” co-star Donnell Rawlings talks about his newborn baby (maybe), CPR for dead celebrities, and the only thing he cheats on (hint: it’s not a lady) in advance of his Denver Improv shows this weekend.



Why So Serious, Loni Love?

Loni Love's favorite audience is any one that's alert and breathing -- and that doesn't include her mother.

“Chelsea Lately” regular Loni Love is using her late-night notoriety to stage a national tour, including four shows at Denver’s Improv at Northfield Stapleton Feb. 10-11.



Why So Serious, Steve-O?

Lighting himself on fire and recounting his drug-fueled years on stage is all in a day's work for 'Jackass' co-star Steve-O.

We talked to “Jackass” co-star and infamous MTV clown Steve-O, who would seem to symbolize all things sarcastic and mindless. This is, after all, a man best known for casually huffing paint on camera and stapling his scrotum to his leg. But believe it: he’s also a stand-up comedian (well, sort of).



Why So Serious, Finesse Mitchell?

Does Finesse Mitchell have that new-baby smell at all times? You decide.

Known for his smooth-as-molasses delivery and occasionally giddy demeanor, this former “Saturday Night Live” cast member has appeared in a handful of films (“The Comebacks,” “Mad Money”) and TV shows (“Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time” on Comedy Central) since leaving the seminal New York sketch comedy show that launched him.



Why So Serious, Pablo Francisco?

Why So Serious, Pablo Francisco?

We catch up with Pablo Francisco, who, after getting his start in improv in Tuscon, Francisco landed a gig on Fox’s “MadTV,” which helped him hone his arsenal of vocal impressions, including Aaron Neville, Casey Kasem, Gary Busey, Chris Rock, Christopher Walken and, most famously, Don LaFontaine (a.k.a. the king of movie voiceovers).



Why So Serious, T.J. Miller?

Why So Serious, T.J. Miller?

For our inaugural “Why So Serious?” we selected Denver native and L.A. resident T.J. Miller, who first gained notice with a role on ABC’s short-lived sitcom “Carpoolers,” but went on to score parts in flicks such as “Cloverfield,” “She’s Out of My League,” “How to Train Your Dragon” and the upcoming “Yogi Bear” and “Gulliver’s Travels.”