comedian

All Noun
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  • He dropped out of school in his senior year to become a stand-up comedian.
  • He dropped out of school in his senior year to become a stand-up comedian.
  • Many people say he would have been a great actor and comedian.
  • However, he dropped out in his final year to become a comedian.
  • The main characters are played by five real life stand-up comedians.
  • She also occasionally worked as a stand-up comedian during this period.
  • During that same time, many famous comedians also appeared at the club.
  • It was one of the great silent film comedian's few sound films.
  • He was a stand-up comedian before turning over to voice acting.
  • And these comedians walk around, and they can say whatever they want.
  • Off hours programming feature non-stop roll of play list stand-up comedians.
  • Off hours programming feature non-stop roll of play list stand-up comedians.
  • American stand-up comedians deal with a variety of forms and issues.
  • American stand-up comedians deal with a variety of forms and issues.
  • After graduating, he became a stand-up comedian, and then moved into television writing.
  • After graduating, he became a stand-up comedian, and then moved into television writing.
  • He has ten years of self-proclaimed experience as a stand-up comedian.
  • Each episode featured several additional characters, many of whom were played by well-known British comedians.
  • Some comedians recognized Rivers as having been an important influence on their career.
  • Mike's mother was a stand-up comedian and he has one brother and sister.
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Words starting with comedian

Meaning of comedian

  • noun A professional performer who tells jokes and performs comical acts
  • noun An actor in a comedy