Late Night Laughs at Hey Nonny! We’re very excited to be kicking this series off with three hilarious comedians. Check out their bios below!
Vince Carone who has been described as “A ranting blue-collar rep for America’s true voice” is fresh off his 4th release “I Plead the First. Performing since 2001, Carone, who is no stranger to the comedy scene, has become known for his fast-talking, quick-witted, over-the-top rants, combined with a dominating stage presence. His ability to rattle off more material in one show than most could in a weekend is what keeps the crowd engaged during his verbal assault. Carone refuses to relent until he steps off the stage. The chaotic, cathartic, complaints by Carone are summed up by his own public service announcement: “Better check the Doppler, there’s a sh*t-storm coming your way!”
Based out of Chicago, he spent years finding his comedic voice while working to headliner status across the country. Success throughout his stand-up career has led him to a commercial during the 2008 MLB playoffs, multiple comedy festivals, and Internet success “So You Have a Girlfriend”. 16-years into the business with four albums under his belt and a drive to continually deliver fresh, new material has made Vince Carone a must see. The 36-year-old comedian is heating up and shows no signs of slowing down. Learn more at: http://www.vincecarone.com
Chicago based Paul Farahvar has continued to delight audiences with his self-deprecating dry humor, centered on being an aging single. After becoming a regular at Chicago stand up clubs like Zanies, Comedy Bar and Laugh Factory, Farahvar was given the rare opportunity to host and produce his own monthly (now weekly) called “Drink Date Laugh” about dating and a comedic game show called “Everyone’s a Lawyer” both at the World Famous Laugh Factory. He also regularly tours the country as a headliner and opening for national headliners Demetri Martin, Jen Kirkman, Gary Gulman, Keith Alberstadt and Chris Franjola. Farahvar currently performs regularly at Laugh Factory (Chicago, Las Vegas, Hollywood), Zanies (Chicago, Rosemont, and St. Charles), House of Comedy (Phoenix, Minnesota), Skyline Comedy Club (Wisconsin and Tacoma), Comedy Club on State, Comedy Bar (Chicago) and McCurdys (Florida). He is also the host of the Podcast “Singles Only” (iTunes, Laugh Factory Channel, Soundcloud) and a regular guest host on WGN Radio. He played “Karam Haddad” on NBC’s “Chicago Med” in 2017.