For more than 35 years, Brian Regan has made a name for himself both as a standup comedian and a standup guy in general by sharing his observations about everyday absurdities without resorting to obscenities. Anything from Pop-Tarts and UPS shipping to spelling bees, science projects and Fig Newtons have been part of his act at one point or another. It feels more immediate to me and probably to the audience to talk about things that are actually part of my world. Regan performs nearly live shows each year, and his travels will return him to the Forum in Binghamton on Sunday night. Can that be a tricky thing to navigate with the way our country is divided as it is now? Different comedians have different agendas. Everybody does their own thing. My kind of comedy is often about everyday things, and if I try to include something about the political makeup of the world, I choose to be somewhat careful — but right after a political joke, I can get back to talking about doughnuts without having people want to walk out. I like to have a balanced attack on the topics I want to hit anyway.
Comedian Brian Regan Sees The Dinosaurs In Everyday Life
Comedian Brian Regan recently turned 60, and he is happy about it. I had a pet dinosaur when I was a kid. What stands out in your mind when it comes to being here?
They’re so dead-on accurate that any Catholic today, even the most devout, But back, at long last, to our subject: Brian Regan. He does many impressions, but not of celebrities or particular politicians—anyone can do them; matters: seeing deep into the heart of Man’s fallen nature, and finding it not.
All the good comedians are liberal. For the best comedian of our time, in my humble opinion, is what I would call, not a liberal nor a conservative, but a traditionalist: Brian Regan. Regan was born in as one of eight children in a Catholic of course family. Stephen Colbert comes to mind, the last of eleven kids, about which he boasts constantly on his The Late Show. And he pretends to my mind to continue being Catholic today.
He has three kids himself; he attends Mass, apparently; and he even claims to teach catechism on Sundays in what version I shudder to think. Still, even high prelates accept him as one of their own.
Brian Regan, the Traditionalist Comedian
Comedian Brian Regan says Waukegan audiences will see fireworks, animals and acrobats — just kidding. And I go out and I try to make people laugh for an hour. The world of comedy for me is fascinating. Regan first came to the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan in
Comedian Brian Regan recently turned 60, and he is happy about it. I feel like I’m doing one of those dating apps, trying to impress a woman out there. You’re one of the few comics to appear twice on Jerry Seinfeld’s how hard it is to be in a normal social situation, listening to someone tell a story.
My son Watson is a Brian Regan superfan. Because he’s 11, he doesn’t have that much experience with comedians. Most “work blue,” i. A comic since the ’90s, Regan has that goofball, silly-but-smart brand of stand-up that appeals to all age groups but especially to my son. His bits about being a dumb kid, flubbing spelling bees “because up until that day I was an idiot, but nobody knew it” , and growing up with seven brothers really resonate with him.
Last year, Watson spent months memorizing Regan’s routines and working on his own jokes. When I got the email with the opportunity for Watson to interview Regan, ahead of the comedian’s two performances at the Hippodrome this Friday and Saturday, I almost jumped out of my chair! Working for the City Paper has its perks. Athena Towery. BR: I wanted to continue doing the comic strip. I tried to get it syndicated, which means put in newspapers throughout the country, and I sent some examples to a syndication company, and they sent me a rejection letter!
I wasn’t smart enough at the time to realize you shouldn’t let rejection letters stop you.
Comedian Brian Regan to bring laughs to Agua Caliente
Guy MacPherson: You are prompt! I appreciate that. Brian Regan: laughs I pride myself in that. GM: Sometimes I wait hours for comics to call.
Brian Reagan is one of the few comedians who is truly funny. I have yet to meet someone who doesn’t burst out laughing when they hear him!
File photo courtesy of Comedy Central. With no props and just a black curtain, a stool and a water bottle for visual aids, Regan – best known for his clean, family friendly observational humor and his record-holding 26 appearances on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ – kept the laughter going all night with brand new material, joking about everything from how weird the words catsup, cinema and trousers are to how you should react when someone cuts in front of you in line at Disney World.
Take things out of the person’s pockets and throw them into the air, he suggests, and say, ‘Oh, I’m sorry. When you cut in front of me in this clearly straight line, I thought that just meant you wanted total anarchy! Regan took some topical turns, too, taking jabs at embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, and the controversy with the Washington Redskins name.
It’s so crazy how much I love everybody. I just love everybody so much I can’t believe it,” Regan cracked. It’s good he didn’t use an actual slur though. Can you imagine if he had?
Brian Regan at the Arlington
You see weird things driving I’ve never understood log trucks, sometimes you’ll be out on the highway, you see two big giant trucks loaded up with logs, and they pass each other on the highway I don’t understand it. I mean, if they need logs over there
It’s never fun for anybody. If you’re doing it in an atmosphere where a lot of people are seeing it or something like that, it’s even more difficult to.
I want everybody. Regan, who is originally from Miami, performs at 8 p. Friday at Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. His style is timeless, clean and political without taking sides. He agrees with that description but adds that he tries to be ever-evolving. Regan said he likes talking about North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the gun debate and political divisiveness in the United States.
Comedian Brian Regan will return to Genesee for 4th time
Comedian Brian Regan says he enjoyed most of his Disney World visit with his two children last week. The comedian imagined grabbing the other father’s pocket contents and the mother’s purse, flinging the belongings and watching them land in a nearby flower bed. Regan said, in response to such anarchy, he had even prepared a speech.
Regan’s material comes from his everyday life experiences.
Brian Regan attends the “Top Five” New York Premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on “Looking out, hearing a room full of people and seeing nothing on the Even if someone were to offer me ‘hey you could be the crazy dad in a.
The man that has been everywhere is coming to The Wiltern, this Saturday, May 3rd at pm. Two scant weeks after Regan’s Wiltern appearance, he’ll be taping another special for Comedy Central so what the LA audience will be experiencing is a dress rehearsal of the special’s material. Full audio of the interview with Brian Regan:. LAist: I remember seeing you several years ago on when you were host of “Short Attention Span Theater” on the cable channel that was the predecessor of Comedy Central but Where I’ve seen you most recently and repeatedly is on Letterman.
Brian Regan: I’m very happy to have been considered a regular on that show. I love his kind of comedy and that he and his show has embraced me, it’s a real feather in my cap. LAist: You have a style of humor that really works with his show and from what you do in your act, you don’t need to come up with a clean version of your act for broadcast. Your act has this broad appeal without engaging in the hardcore “blue” comedy that some comedians do out there. Brian Regan: You can make the analogy to music, there’s all kind of music, it can all be good, and yet still be different.
Rock music is different than classical music. There are comedians out there that work blue, or dirty or raunchy or however you want to define it that I truly think are brilliant. I don’t approach it that what I do is loftier than what someone else does, I just happen to enjoy trying to see how hard I can get people laughing without hitting certain words or subject matter, that’s just the take I happen to have on it.
Comedian Brian Regan on Ali, Seinfeld
Our coronavirus coverage is free for the first 24 hours. Find the latest information at tampabay. Please consider subscribing or donating. In one of his most famous bits , the comic reflects on his feelings of inadequacy during grade-school science fairs, when he’d find himself surrounded by kids who brought working volcanos and foam-ball models of the solar system. Just put an F on there and let me go home. I call it: Cup of dirt.
Brian Regan doesn’t think he’s a household name. I’m not telling anybody else what to do and I just prefer they don’t tell me what I should be doing. about opening his refrigerator and seeing Elvis Presley near the lettuce.
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Brian Regan: I want everybody to laugh
Brian Regan! Thank you! Thank you. Appreciate that. Man, oh, man.
Brian Regan talks about working with Jerry Seinfeld on his new AH: When you have that kind of a dynamic with someone in a show like this.
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