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Laugh Factory Vol. 32 of All Access with Dom Irrera Performance

Laugh Factory Vol. 32 of All Access with Dom Irrera

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James talks about a strange date he was on, and Dom calls the girl he went out with. Then, Elon Gold discusses Jewish slurs, the surprising lack of racism on Seinfeld, and accents. Afterwards, he has a long conversation with James and Dom about comedy. Next, Aries Spears sets the record straight about women and unleashes some accents. Finally, Brian Scolaro tells some jokes about sneezes, strange noises in L.A., and equally strange body noises.

Elon Gold
Originally from the Bronx, Elon Gold is an accomplished comedian, actor, writer, and producer. Aside from being a regular at the Laugh Factory, he starred in the television series Stacked. He also starred in the short-lived sitcom In-Laws. And he's a judge on the ABC celebrity-impersonation competition series The Next Best Thing.

Aries Spears
Aries Spears was a comedy prodigy at the age of 14. By the age of 17, he had landed a part in the movie Malcolm X. Shortly thereafter, he was cast in a starring role opposite Glenn Frey in South of Sunset. Aries' other movie credits include Home of Angels, Jerry Maguire, and Out-of-Sync. He was also one of the longest-running actors on Fox's Mad TV. He is a favorite at the Laugh Factory.

Brian Scolaro
Brian Scolaro is originally from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. He is most famous for his role as Stuart on the TV series Stacked. After four theater productions at Archbishop Molloy High School, Brian's college career was highlighted by his popular FM radio comedy program That Damn Show and his National Association of College Broadcasters-nominated TV sitcom Earp and Whitney. He rose up in the stand-up comedy scene in New York, and he now performs in the top clubs across the country.

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