Wednesday Night Funnies hosted by Rudy Moreno with a live taping for Comedy Time Network
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18 & over
Two drink minimum
Two items minimum
Host Rudy Moreno is well-known and well-respected in the comedy community and there isn’t a comic out there who doesn’t dream of getting a spot on the best Wednesday night show in Los Angeles. The show is famous for discovering new talent as well as hosting many celebrity drop-in sets.
Craig starred in Universal’s cult hit (Stony nominated), “Totally Baked,” which he also wrote and produced, along with producing the follow up Hulu hit, “420 Comedy Hour.” Currently he is producing & writing for a series of animated shorts, “From the Crib” and Craig is writing for the 2nd season of the NETFLIX show “Fuller House.” Shoemaker is about to begin filming a documentary about how laughter truly is the best medicine. In 2003 he founded LaughterHeals.org, a nonprofit group dedicated to using laughter as a healing modality.
Now “Dr. Shoe” even has a doctorate degree from Cal U of PA, and his new best-selling book, “LoveMaster’d,” critically acclaimed by the likes of Whoopi Goldberg and Dr. Drew Pinsky, is helping people worldwide manage and transform through personal struggles. Shoemaker's comedy style has earned him numerous awards latest standup special, “Daditude,” aired on SHOWTIME and his very first Comedy Central special, "The LoveMaster," was voted by viewers as one of the “Top 20” specials of all time. Also voted Elevate Film Festival’s “Best Supporting Actor,” Craig’s film, TV and recording credits are extensive. He recurred as Wilson Gromling, head of Pawnee's “Liberty or Die Party” on NBC’s “Parks & Recreation,” had a five-episode role (as a porn producer!) on the daytime drama “The Bold & Beautiful” and guest starred on MTV's, “Awkward.”
Craig also had significant roles in the films “Scream 2,” & “Safe House.” Early 2016 he will be seen as "Bandit" in the indy movie, "Middle Man." Summer 2015, he released the #1 comedy album on I-Tunes, “The Last Stand (Up).” Craig has countless standup TV appearances, including two on HBO’s prestigious “Comic Relief,” which he co-hosted from New Orleans.