This Saturday at The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club up at Universal Citywalk we have an awesome show with Nikki Glaser from The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Last Comic Standing and the documentary “I am Comic” along with Nick Youssef. Nick is one The Comedy Store’s regular headliners… He performs on every major stage in LA. This is a line up not to be missed… Don’t pay the online/door charges for this show! Get on the free guest list now by visiting http://www.FreeComedyShows.com and clicking RSVP at the top of the site. Start your Saturday night off with a great comedy show! Bios below!
Nikki Glaser is a comedian. She became one after she text messaged “JOKE” to 7738 on her cellphone. She also became a hit at the office!
But if you must know more, Nikki started performing stand-up comedy when she was only 18 and still attending college at the University of Kansas. Two years later, she auditioned for the fourth season of Last Comic Standing and was advanced to the semi-finals in Los Angeles. Although the show only took three days to shoot, she lied to her professors and was subsequently excused from four weeks of class.
After graduating from college with a worthless degree in English, Nikki moved to Los Angeles and began touring clubs and colleges across the country. In the summer of 2007, she was invited to perform at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada. There, she met and performed with her comedy idols, drank alcoholic beverages, and thus lost her phone upwards of three times.
In 2009, Nikki made her first late night appearance as a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. There, she had fun and stole a beer from The Office’s Rainn Wilson’s dressing room, but not before calling him “Dwight” on live television when she sat down on the couch next to Leno’s desk.
In addition, she was just named one of the Top 10 Emerging Comics by Askmen.com. Currently, Nikki is performing in clubs all over the country and attempting to write the biography for her website. She was recently in the documentary “I am Comic” and on the most recent season of Last Comic Standing.
Nick is not a man who struggles with telling you what’s on his mind, but he does so in a way that keeps his audience connected. His message is clear but he doesn’t beat his audiences to death with his opinions or shame them if they happen to feel differently. He speaks his mind in his own way, with his own sense of timing. There is a genuine flow to his act that pulls the audience in and endears Youssef to them. His willingness to be himself onstage is one of the the qualities that makes Nick Youssef one of the most original and respected comics to hit the comedy scene in recent years.