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Funny Business David Kaye & Tommy Torres

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Audiences laugh out loud, as David Kaye shares side-splitting tales of his dysfunctional family affairs, and blue-collar upbringing in Pittsburgh, PA. As the last child born to a Polish steel mill worker and a Ho Jo's waitress, his wry recollections of life as the “baby brother” are candidly funny. “I grew up believing that my parents were not prejudice people.  However, judging from all the beatings I took as a child, I now realize my parents hated white children.”

Acting as narrator and cast, he morphs into a one man comedy troupe using manic mannerisms, outlandish dialects, and contorted facial expressions to convey vividly funny living snapshots of his many off-the-wall characters.
 
David's many credits include performances with Weird Al Yankovic, Richard Jeni, David Brenner, and Drew Carey. Along with numerous television appearances on ABC & Comedy Central.
 
Tommy Torres is a high energy 41 yr. old NJ native hits the stage, and doesn't hold back!!! As the oldest of four children, Tommy Torres has always loved to make people laugh, and has the ability to grab your attention early, and keep you there until the end!! 
 
Since he was a child, Tommy has always loved stand-up comedy, and has seen many of the legends perform live, including his all-time favorite comedian, George Carlin.
 
Tommy has shared the stage with Ralphie May, Louis Ramey, Jon Reep, Billy Gardell, Reno Collier, Henry Cho, Bobcat Goldthwait, Rich Vos, John Joseph, Tommy Davidson, Spanky Brown, Shaun Jones, and many others. He is a regular on 99.9 FM Gator Radio's Hometown Morning Show in Jacksonville, and has competed in "Florida's Funniest Comedian" competition. 

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