With a background that ranges from being a bouncer with The Rolling Stones and The Who, a 25-year career in veterinary medicine that saw him named “Specialist of the Year in Private Practice” in 2006, & over 20-years of performing as a professional stand-up comedian; Kevin Fitzgerald is a true renaissance man.
Perhaps best known for his 10 seasons on the popular Animal Planet TV show Emergency Vets, Kevin’s passion for making people laugh is surpassed only by his unwavering dedication to all creatures great and small. He believes it is a great privilege to be in a position where he is able to pursue a dual career doing work that he truly enjoys.
Our favorite comedy group, The Grawlix, have been renewed for a 3rd season. We are so proud of Andrew Orvedahl, Adam Cayton-Holland, and Ben Roy. Make sure you catch Those Who Can’t on TruTv Monday, January 14th!
From Merriam Webster
Definition of triple threat
1: a person adept in three different fields of activities
2: a football player adept at running, kicking, and passing
3: a performer adept at singing, dancing, and acting
Now from the Comedy Works Dictionary
1: three comics doing 30 minutes each all in one night
2: big laughs, huge chuckles and gargantuios (not really a word, but it should be) chortles only at Comedy Works
3: Nathan Lund, Aaron Urist and Elliot Woolsey will run the gamut, kick ass, and pass the mic to extraordinary lengths for a night of giggles, grins and yuks….this triple threat is a all in one show.
With a background that ranges from touring as a bouncer with The Rolling Stones and The Who, a 25-year career in veterinary medicine along with performing stand-up on almost a nightly basis; Kevin Fitzgerald is a true renaissance man.
Perhaps best known for his 10 seasons on Animal Planet’s Emergency Vets, Kevin’s passion for making people laugh is surpassed only by his unwavering dedication to all creatures great and small. Kevin has appeared on The Today Show, and also hosts a weekly segment on CW2’s morning news show called, Animal House.
Kevin has opened for such diverse and legendary performers such as Bob Hope, Diana Ross, The Temptations, and The Neville Brothers. He believes that laughter is an incredibly important part of everyday life, and that nobody could ever laugh too much.
Ever thought about what Rudolph really thinks of Santa? Want to see Frosty the Snowman comically kick the Nutcracker where it hurts?
Come experience the Holiday Roast at the world famous Comedy Works. This is no ordinary comedy roast. Denver’s favorite top headlining comics will become your favorite holiday characters, only to verbally destroy each other on stage to increase your holiday cheer!
So have a holly jolly roast-mas with your Comedy Works family and laugh your chestnuts off while watching the Three Wiseman turn into the Three Wise-Asses! Hosted by the one and only Santa Claus!
Mitch Fatel’s Comedy Works Naughty and Nice Holiday Show
Mitch Fatel hosts this Holiday Showcase featuring Comedy Works best national headliners. Six comics compete for six charities to win it all! Each comedian will perform two separate routines. The first routine will be their NICE set which is Rated G to PG, Family friendly with no cursing or vulgarity. The second routine will be their NAUGHTY set, rated R to X which is no holds barred, as raunchy and dirty as they choose. At the conclusion of the performances three judges will vote on who pulled off both sets best, that comedian’s charity will win $500.
Neither the audience nor the comedian will know what charity they have actually played for until the conclusion of the show. This is to ensure that each charity present won’t be biased towards their comedian. Before the performances, Mitch will welcome all six charities.
Rules and Judging: Three judges will judge the sets based on FOUR merits: Material, Delivery, Originality, Laughs.
At the conclusion all six comedians will come on stage and Mitch will announce the winner. After the name is announced the comedian will open their envelope and reveal what charity they just won for!
John Tole is a Denver based comedian, writer, voice actor, philosopher and metal head.
Tole has been featured on Howard TV, Vann TV, Sirius XM, Howard 100, Howard 101, Hits 1, and was a contributor to The Howard Stern Show. John was profiled by Vice for the triumphant return of his band, Pitboss 2000 as they celebrated song releases.
Tole has comedically rocked the stages at Oddball, SXSW Interactive, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Limestone, and multiple Moontower Festival appearances. He is a regular on The Tin Foil Hat Podcast on All Things Comedy and hosts his own podcast called Moving Weight Live. Most recently, his fifth comedy album, Pre-Existing Condition, was released by 4256 Productions. Tole is finishing up his first book, Now You Know, Now What.
Brandt Tobler is a stand-up comedian, author, and actor originally from Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Brandt has toured overseas performing for our troops, and has been featured on Comedy Central, FOX, and ESPN. He has recorded two CD’s Token White Boy and Ramblin’ and Gamblin. Brandt is currently the host of the award winning podcast The 31. Brandt most recently released a best-selling memoir titled Free Roll.
Smooth. Clever. Hilarious. These words are often used to describe Sam Adams as a comedian, public speaker and Master of Ceremonies. In 2001, he stepped on stage to perform stand-up comedy for the first time, at age 41. Eight years later Sam turned to a career in comedy full-time after winning at the Great American Comedy Festival.
Sam changed careers after making a name for himself as one of Denver’s premier sports journalists. In 2003 was voted by his peers as Colorado’s “Print Journalist of the Year.” As a reporter and columnist his work has been featured in The Denver Post, The Charlotte Observer, Rocky Mountain News and Colorado Avid Golfer magazine.
Sam has also made numerous TV appearances on ESPN, Fox Sports, CBS, NBC and NFL Network. In 2013, he wrote a book, ‘If You Don’t Believe Me: Lessons Learned From Listening To The Greats,” giving readers an inside look at his 23-year career as a sports journalist.