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  • He was known for his stand-up comedy shows and for his various characters.
  • Before getting into television, he worked in theatre and did stand-up comedy.
  • While doing stand up comedy he made many friends in the business.
  • Stand up comedy is believed to have been performed originally as a one-man show.
  • House had also begun to do stand-up comedy and was writing songs.
  • He claims this was the moment he fell in love with stand-up comedy.
  • This was the first official stand up comedy show in the region.
  • Green said that going back to stand-up comedy was something he always wanted to do.
  • One of the most popular forms of modern-day comedy is stand-up comedy.
  • One of the most popular forms of modern-day comedy is stand-up comedy.
  • Her career started with stand-up comedy and includes film, television and theater.
  • These were people who, up to that time, had never done comedy.
  • He was inspired to become involved in stand-up comedy when he was eight years old.
  • During his senior year at the University, he made his stand-up comedy debut.
  • The latter broke many long-held records for a comedy show.
  • She also had work in radio and made her television debut in a live half-hour comedy show.
  • During that time he began his stand up comedy career.
  • There he discovered acting and started writing and performing stand-up comedy.
  • But later it was accepted as he became popular and was making his living from stand-up comedy.
  • The two attempt stand-up comedy, but end up setting fire to the comedy club.
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Meaning of comedy

  • noun Light and humorous drama with a happy ending