This Week At The Comedy Cellar is a show that aims to fulfill the viewer’s weekly need for entertainment. From established legends to rising stars, everyone is invited to this New York-based comedy show so they can entertain their audience with the wittiest of jokes and stylish humour. This Week At The Comedy Cellar is a British comedy show that first aired on October 26, 2018 on Comedy Central.
The series is filmed at the New York City comedy club. It is a combination of news and comedy where the comedians discuss current events, react on recent headlines, indulge in relevant discussions, etc., and with it give birth to a weekly 30 minutes show. In the previous season, each episode featured one person who hoarded the spotlight for a week and revelled in some kickass comedy.
This Week At The Comedy Cellar Cast: Who is in it?
In the first season, we had several comedians warming the stage with their sassy comedic acts.
We saw Mike Vecchione, the stand-up comedian take the stage. He has been seen on Russell Simmons Presents: Stand Up at the El Rey Theatre, and Comedy Central’s Fresh Face Debates in the past. He also made a guest appearance on popular show Z Rock. In the New York Comedy Festival 2010, he won the People’s Choice Award. The same year, he appeared on the Comedy Central’s Tonight Show and filmed his own Half Hour Special. In 2017, he appeared on TruTV’s Comedy Knockout and The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. In 2018, he appeared for the second time on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.
There is Pete Lee who had made a remarkable appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon some time ago. He was the first comedian to receive a standing ovation on the show. He can even make almost anyone laugh with his humour. Coming from a Midwestern background, the audience can relate to his jokes. He decided to become a standup comedian at a very young age. After flying to New York, he performed at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. In 2008, he made his acting debut on As The World Turns and appeared on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. In 2013, he was also seen on Late Show with David Letterman.
The first season also saw Dan St. Germain, the actor, writer as well as a comedian who was seen in Adam Ruins Everything, The Roast of Bruce Prichard, and This is Not Happening. Amongst others that appeared are Robert Kelly, Jessica Kirson, Joe Machi, Chris Distefano, Lynne Koplitz,Mark Normand, Matteo Lane, Yamaneika Saunders, Matthew Broussard, Greer Barnes, Godfrey, Sam Morril, Bonnie McFarlane, Andrew Schulz, Dan Naturman, Mike Yard, and Gina Yashere.