I watched one and a half Aziz specials last night... Dangerously Delicious, then part of Buried Alive (I think?). Can't stand his delivery. Something about the way he talks where he stretches the last word or something. I tried to see if I could get into it but just couldn't.
The term "comedian" is pretty broad to make any kind of list. Why list trey Parker and Matt stone against actual stand ups? David letterman hasn't done stand up (outside of his opening monologue) in god knows how long. Seems like a very buzzfeedy list for people to spread around arbitrarily
I have a hard time believing the numbers are even remotely accurate.
Surely Ricky Gervais office syndication money is worth more than the cumulative career of Dan Aykroyd.
Aykoyd was a big star for a while, but hasn't done anything significant in like 20 years, zero chance he's worth more than Judd Apotow, who produced a few billion dollars worth of movies in the last 10 years and isn't even listed.
Follow up about Your Moms House podcast... one of my favorite clips from it ever (2 parts). I usually only listen when they have a guest or its a live show to make the dynamic more interesting, but it's clip heavy and silly as ****. Just a taste.
One of the best in NYC is Phil Hanley. He's got great crowd work, which usually doesn't come across on TV performances, but I just found this clip from the Pete Holmes show that really gives a good taste of his style:
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