Comedy andEverything Else Episode#172
Fred Stoller is a hilarious comedian who’s appearance on “HBO’s 13th annual Young Comedian Special” made a big impression on me and my decision to start stand-up comedy. I was unsure about what to do with my life and I turned on the T.V. that was hooked up to an illegal cable feed, found HBO and saw Fred doing his act and killing. I found him to be absolutely hysterical and so inspiring that I decided to give comedy a try right then and there.
He is one of those people that can’t help but be funny, no matter what he is talking about, almost everything that comes out of his mouth hits my funny bone.
Fred has gone on to be an accomplished actor and best known for his frequent guest starring role as Gerard on the CBS sitcom “Everybody Love Raymond!” as well as roles on Seinfeld and many other popular t.v. shows.
In 1994 Fred was also hired as a writer for a season on Seinfeld and has written “My Seinfeld Year” a new hilarious book
about his experiences working with Jerry and Larry David.
Plus Mike MacRae thrills us with his Mel Gibson and Mitt Romney Impressions!
Each week Jimmy Dore, Stefane Zamorano and guests get together to talk about comedy, and everything else on their minds.
If you’re new to this podcast, welcome to the party! We’ve had many interesting and well-known guests on the show, and there’s bound to be something thought-provoking in each episode.
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