Bryan Callen and Chris D’Elia this Saturday!

Hi guys…  Bryan Callen (Old School/Hangover 1&2/Mad TV) and Chris D’Elia (Whitney) are on this HUGE show Saturday at 7:30pm at The Comedy Store.  Unfortunately, they only have 45 tickets left and they will not be allowing any sort of guest list on this big one.  BUT, we’ve got the best deal in town.  If you use discount code FREECOMEDY you can get these last tickets for $5!  You will not find a show with special guests like this anywhere at that price.  So, if you’re free Saturday night, grab those tickets, get your guaranteed seats ASAP because they will probably be gone before the show starts!  Pass the word on. Bio’s below!

BRYAN CALLEN
A nationally known comic, Bryan was a cast member on MADtv, and has also appeared on Late Night with David Letterman and other late-night shows. His acting credits include the films Bad SantaOld School and The Hangover, plus dozens of TV shows, including How I Met Your MotherFrasierSex and the CityThe King of QueensNewsRadio and more. Recently, he’s appeared as Samir, the Middle Eastern strip club owner/gun runner, in The Hangover II, and starred in MTV’s Death Valley. Showtime aired his first hour-long stand-up special, Bryan Callen: Man Class, in January 2012.

CHRIS D’ELIA
Co-star of NBC’s hit show Whitney, Chris D’Elia was 16 the first time he performed stand-up comedy. He would act up in church, so the pastor told him he could do some time on stage afterwards if he behaved himself. Well, he didn’t behave, but was still allowed to get on stage in front of everyone. Although his church performance was a success, it would be years before D’Elia actually started a career in stand-up comedy. East-Coast-born, West-Coast-raised, Chris found himself in Los Angeles, on stage anywhere he could get up — from local coffee shops to various hole-in-the-wall dive bars. Performing every night of the week, he quickly became a regular at all the clubs in Hollywood. Chris’s silly, physical humor is what sets him apart from other comedians. Chris explains, “I never really feel like just standing there and telling jokes. I wanna move around. In fact, it’s hard for me to write a joke where I don’t end up on the ground for some reason. Hey, at least that way I know no comics will steal my shit. Too many bruises.” His comedy has an emphasis on characters, maybe because of his background in acting. Chris has guest starred on such shows as “Monk” and “Boston Legal,” among others. In 2008 Chris toured the United States with fellow comedian Jo Koy, and in 2009 he opened on the road for Carlos Mencia. You can currently catch Chris’s act on Showtime’s new upcoming series “Live Nude Comedy,” and on the 2009 season of Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham.”