The Comedic Talent of ARTIE LANGE and Guests

The Comedic Talent of ARTIE LANGE and Guests
Event on 2017-07-15 20:00:00
Arthur Steven Lange grew up a child of a middle class family in Union, New Jersey. Working long afternoons with his contractor father, Artie Lange developed a comical view of social classes, and his place in life as a barrel-chested Italian boy. Artie quit his Port of Newark longshoreman's' job to play his first gig at New York's Improv in Hell's Kitchen. Gaining steadying success Artie pursued sketch comedy, helping to create the popular improvisation group, "Live On Tape". Doing improvisation landed Artie his major break. He was cast as an original member of Fox's MADtv (1995) in 1995. Lange found himself work with Saturday Night Live (1975) comedian Norm MacDonald remembered him. Lange played MacDonald's sidekick in both Dirty Work (1998) and ABC's Norm (1999). As a guest during a promotional tour with MacDonald,Howard Stern first heard and liked Lange. Artie joined the nationally syndicated The Howard Stern Radio Show (1998)in 2001, bringing impressions and an average guy prospective to the radio and E network shows. Artie returned to radio in 2011 when, along with his friend Nick DiPaolo, they inked 3-year deals for a nationally syndicated radio show on Fox Sports. The show was called "The Nick and Artie Show". Artie is now performing and selling out arenas along with his close friend Russ Meneve. Hosting the show is Goumba Johnny, a long time friend of Artie as well. You also get a look at two up and coming comics Chris Vac and Joseph Conklin.

at Tarrytown Music Hall
Broadway and Main Street
Tarrytown, United States

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