Joe Praino -One Show Only!

with Crystal Marie Denha

Joe Praino is a comedian, actor and podcast host with his sights set on

his own late-night talk show. He has two podcasts, Dirty Sports (with

Andy Ruther), which showcases his immense depth of sports knowledge, and

the Kooks of Komedy (with Lachlan Patterson). He can be seen performing

at several clubs in New York City & L.A., including Gotham Comedy

Club, The Stand, The Improv and the Westside Comedy Theater.

A native New Yorker, Praino began his stand-up career at the early age of

19 while majoring in Journalism and Communications at Lehigh University,

where he was Program Director of the campus radio station. Praino made a

name for himself when his ambition and performing talents led him to

host his own comedy/music show, "The Joe Show," with guests ranging from

the University President to inmates from the Lehigh Valley Correctional

facility.

While developing his material on the club circuit,

Praino further learned the programming business as an intern at the

legendary radio station 102.7 WNEW-FM in New York, as a CBS Page and

finally as a Desk Assistant at the Evening News With Dan Rather before

stand-up comedy eventually won out as his full-time pursuit. His unique

background and smart, funny POV earned him regular spots at the Comic

Strip Live and Boston Comedy Club and he hosted his own variety show,

Miscellaneous, at Galapagos in Brooklyn. It wasn't long before Praino

landed some acting roles in indie films, hosted shows for CSTV, and had

appearances on "Gotham Comedy Live" and several episodes of "ESPN

Instant," where he was in the company of some of his favorite analysts

and commentators.

Crystal Marie Denha

Crystal Marie Denha is a TV Host and Standup Comedian. You've seen her as a special correspondent for EXTRA, HBO Boxing, Sunrise Australia (#1 breakfast show in Australia), Good Day LA & HLN’s The Daily Share. She first gained recognition on the web, as the host, producer and creator of the popular sports channel The Fumble. Her videos garnered over 300 million views before she moved on to television.

06/27/2019 7:30 PM

Door Time: 5:30 PM

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Joe Praino is a comedian, actor and podcast host with his sights set on

his own late-night talk show. He has two podcasts, Dirty Sports (with

Andy Ruther), which showcases his immense depth of sports knowledge, and

the Kooks of Komedy (with Lachlan Patterson). He can be seen performing

at several clubs in New York City & L.A., including Gotham Comedy

Club, The Stand, The Improv and the Westside Comedy Theater.

A native New Yorker, Praino began his stand-up career at the early age of

19 while majoring in Journalism and Communications at Lehigh University,

where he was Program Director of the campus radio station. Praino made a

name for himself when his ambition and performing talents led him to

host his own comedy/music show, "The Joe Show," with guests ranging from

the University President to inmates from the Lehigh Valley Correctional

facility.

While developing his material on the club circuit,

Praino further learned the programming business as an intern at the

legendary radio station 102.7 WNEW-FM in New York, as a CBS Page and

finally as a Desk Assistant at the Evening News With Dan Rather before

stand-up comedy eventually won out as his full-time pursuit. His unique

background and smart, funny POV earned him regular spots at the Comic

Strip Live and Boston Comedy Club and he hosted his own variety show,

Miscellaneous, at Galapagos in Brooklyn. It wasn't long before Praino

landed some acting roles in indie films, hosted shows for CSTV, and had

appearances on "Gotham Comedy Live" and several episodes of "ESPN

Instant," where he was in the company of some of his favorite analysts

and commentators.

Crystal Marie Denha