Joey “coco” Diaz Headlines The Hollywood Improv

BIG WEEK!  This Thursday, January 10th at 8pm we have Ian Edwards and Joey “coco” Diaz is headlining at The Hollywood Improv!  As always, the line up will be awesome at this club.  Joey is one of the funniest comics in the biz.  Check out his IMDB…  He’s got way too many credits to list!  To get on the free guest list by going to and clicking RSVP at the top of the site.

Also, it’s that time of the year again.  It’s Brian Monarch’s HUGE B-Day show this Friday night (1/11) at The Comedy Store at 8pm.  We have to figure out what we can and can’t tell you about this show, and see how many tickets are sold the next couple of days.  It’s one of those big ones.  There are going to be huge names on this show including Chris D’Elia, Bobby Lee, Kyle Dunnigan and The Greg Wilson.  Those are the names we CAN mention at this point.  This one is going to be unbelievable.  More soon!  Save the date.  We’ll add it to the RSVP area when we find out how many tickets they estimate will be left.  They did give us a good discount code of FREECOMEDYSHOWS, but we will hopefully have some free tickets too soon.  Stay tuned…

Alsooooo two, we have Samuel Comroe headlining at Sardo’s this Weds, 1/9 at 8pm!  Bio’s below!

Sometimes it takes a huge movie role or a part in a popular television series to put a Stand Up comedian on the radar, with Joey Coco Diaz it was a #1 Comedy album on iTunes and Billboard that did the trick. Joey has done films and television but it was a his storytelling on the #1 Podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience that really got the word out about one of the best and funniest comedians working today, and “Its Either You or The Priest” proves that!

Joey started his Comedy career in Denver, after serving a short stint at a correctional facility, where he realized that he could actually make people laugh. After his release, Joey gave it a try in a real Comedy Club, and that was it!

His R-rated outlook on life will get you howling in your seats but that’s what a good comedian is supposed to do, what makes Joey special is his presence and his ability to tell you a story in such a manner that regardless of the subject matter, your still laughing. Whether it’s lighting a hooker’s wig on fire, or attacking a Nun in the 5th grade, you’ll be cheering for him.

Joey is also hitting big strides in Hollywood as a character actor. You’ll see him in a recurring role on ABC’s “General Hospital”, also on episodes of “Children’s Hospital”, “The Mentalist”, and “Suppah Ninja’s”. The big screen is no stranger either; he’ll be seen in the movie, ‘The Dog That Saved Halloween” and “Beach Shark Attack”. Other films he’s appeared in were “Spiderman 2”, “Taxi”, Analyze That” but the film Joey stole your heart in was the remake of “The Longest Yard”

He’s also taken his raw style of comedy on television with a “Secret Stash” episode of Gabriel Iglesias, “Stand Up Revolution” on Comedy Central and he headlined Showtime’s “Payaso Comedy Slam”.

Podcast are the future and Joey is a regular cast member on the #1 Comedy show on iTunes, “The Joe Rogan Experience”. He also has his own podcast which he co-host with Felicia Michaels called, “Beauty and Da Beast”, which has also been in the top 10 on iTunes.
We’re not saying that Joey is the next coming, what we’re saying is that Joey is raw, real and warm in a way that you’ll leave the club thinking, that was fucked up but fun!

Ian Edwards is a British-born, Jamaican, NY raised, and now an LA-based comedian and writer. After making a name on the highly competitive New York comedy circuit, he made his British debut as part of Stand Up Black America at the 1993 Edinburgh Comedy Festival. Back in the states he put in appearances on TV on Def Comedy Jam, Showtime at the Apollo, Comic View, and Comedy Central, before his clever writing landed him a move to Los Angeles to become a writer on the The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show. Ian has gone on to combine TV writing with a stand up career. He has written for Saturday Night Live, My Wife and Kids, MTV’s The Lyricist Lounge Show, ESPN’s Mohr Sports, the Cartoon Network’s Boondocks, among others. Recent television appearances include Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, HBO’s Bad Boys of Comedy, BBC’s The World Stands Up and being a cast member of MTV’s Punk’d. He is also featured on the Comedy Death-Ray album. Simply put, if you’re in the mood to laugh at yourself… life… or this ridiculous world, go see an Ian Edwards show.