I'm glad people started to remember the British...
- Rowan Atkinson (Black Adder)
- Steve Coogan (Alan Partridge)
- The Little Britain crew
- Monty Python
- John Cleese (Faulty Towers, he went downhill after that)
- Ricky Gervais (aah the office...remember his dance people, er err err dadadada err err err)
- Kris Marshell (not stand up, but Nick in My Family, comedy genius!!)
Mark Curry: He was doing stand up in Aruba last week
Sinbad: Did stand up more than a few times in Aruba
Dave Chapelle of course
Will Smith (especially in the sitcom)
Bill Cosby (also in the sitcom)
Redd Foxx still has me in stitches even to this day when I see "Sanford & Sons"
Me too KayEm! If a comedian can pull a good face, he's got my vote. Next time you come to England watch some old episodes of 'My Family', with
Robert Lyndsey and Zoe Wanamaker as the parents, along with three kids, Nick (Kris Marshell) is in his mid-twenties and as daft as a brush; he's so
sweet, he has a Mr.Bean-ish charm about him...I think you'll like him alot.
Ohh...actually it might be on BBC World or whatever you guys get from us over there. I dunno, but the guy always makes me and my Mum cry
I'm glad to see David Cross mentioned cuz I think he's probably one of the funniest people I've seen. For me it's delivery as much as timing.
Bill Hicks, hands down the best I've ever heard. I gave some tapes of his to a friend who was driving to Montana from Virginia along with some Sam
Kinnison and he listened to them almost non-stop.
Chris Rock has gotten very good since he got bolder and more honest/blunt.
Mitch Hedberg... I had never heard of him and saw him for the first time on that Comedy Central "Presents", I think. I had a hard time getting into
his delivery, but once I got the rhythm, he was killin me!
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