Comedy In The Duck Room: Sam Tripoli

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Mound City Comedy says
Comedy in The Duck Room returns February 13th for a very special Valentine's Day show w/ Sam Tripoli.

Featuring: Chris Cyr and Larry Greene

Practitioner of the Deadly Art of Comedy, Sam Tripoli views comedy as a calling rather a profession. It’s a passion that he preaches to audiences live in nightclubs, radio, television and podcasts nationwide.
Sam co-hosts two All Things Comedy Network podcasts, PunchDrunkSports with Ari Shaffir and Jayson Thibault and his wildly popular Naughty Show podcast. In 2014, Tripoli’s 2nd album “Believe In Yourself” debuted at #2 on iTunes in America and #1 in Canada!
His TV Credits include Showtime's "Live Nude”, "Russell Peters' Comic Without Borders!”, E!’s “Love You, Mean it! With Whitney Cummings,” CMT’s “The Josh Wolf Show,” Multiple appearances on CBS’s “The Late Late Show” and “Comics Unleashed” on ABC. His appearance on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” garnered him only one of two standing ovations in the history of the show. He has also done sketch comedy for E!Entertainment, and appeared on and “Bellator MMA Digital!” Most notably, He was co-host of Spike TV’s hugely popular “Wild World of Spike" with Jason Ellis and Kit Kope.
Tripoli has been heard on The Howard Stern show, The Jason Ellis Show on Sirius Radio, and also regularly appears on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast.
Sam’s writing credits include The 2012 MTV Movie Awards, Comedy Central Roast of Joan Rivers and Pamela Anderson, The 2011 World MMA Awards and most recently his Roast Of The Iron Sheik jokes were quoted in Rolling Stone Magazine.
On stage he’s a force of nature, pacing the stage like a cyclone of funny as he questions authority and the conventions of our society one moment, then earnestly expressing his affinity for bizarre the next. His comedy has no limits – its whatever he’s thinking about, and that’s usually what everyone else is thinking about, even though sometimes we don’t like to admit to it.
“I like to think of myself as the little voice in everyone’s head, except I have a microphone and I’m funnier,” Sam says.

www.samtripoli.com
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