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That Metal Show's Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson

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That Metal Show's Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson Friday, March 22, 2013 07:30 PM Stress Factory Comedy Club, New Brunswick, NJ
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  • Jim Florentine

    Jim Florentine

  • Don Jamieson

    Don Jamieson

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  • Ticket Price: $20.00
  • Door Time: 5:30 PM
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Restrictions: 16 & over
    Two items minimum
Description: Join us for a night of comedy with VH1's That Metal Show hosts Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson.
Jim Florentine: Jim Florentine is the co-host of "That Metal Show" on VH1 Classic and just filmed the movie "A Little Help" with Jenna Fischer and Chris O'Donnell. He is best known as the voices of "Special Ed" and "Bobby Fletcher" from Comedy Central's "Crank Yankers" and as the guy who spends his days turning the tables on Telemarketers. He just released a new CD called "Terrorizing Telemarketers Volume 5 Wanted Dead or Alive."

Florentine has been seen on "Red Eye" on Fox News Channel, "The Apprentice," "Chelsea Lately," "Down and Dirty with Jim Norton" on HBO, "Meet The Creeps," Comedy Central's "Mother Load," "Inside the NFL," "Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn," Spike TV's "Video Game Awards," "MTV Music Video Awards," "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Last Call with Carson Daly," "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn" on Comedy Central, VH1's "The List," and "Louie Anderson's Comedy Showcase."
Don Jamieson: Don is currently co-hosting VH1 Classic’s hit heavy metal talk show series, That Metal Show. The program is a round-table talk show where legends of rock hang out and discuss their past and current projects in front of a live studio audience full of metal maniacs. Rolling Stone Magazine just dubbed That Metal Show one of the 50 Best Reasons to Watch TV! Amongst his many accomplishments, comedian Don Jamieson’s proudest moment is becoming an Emmy Award-Winner for his work on HBO’s Inside the NFL. Don and long-time comedy partner, Jim Florentine, lent their brand of humor to the popular sports show; writing, producing and performing sports-themed comedy sketches. The two have also collaborated on the hidden-camera DVD and Comedy Central web series, Meet the Creeps as well as a series of prank call CD’s, Terrorizing Telemarketers, which get a lot of airplay on the Howard Stern Radio Show. He is also a joke writer for the country’s best celebrity roaster, Lisa Lampanelli and has lent his voice to MTV2?s Crank Yankers. Don’s stand-up act brings his everyday take on life, the hip, the cool and the tragically sublime into the spotlight. Besides performing at clubs in New York City, Don tears it up at clubs and theatres all over the country. For the last four years, he has been the regular opener for Andrew Dice Clay. His reputation as one of New York City’s top comics was cemented when he was asked to perform live on ABC’s Good Morning America. Don started his career as one of the young and talented comedy minds at MTV helping to launch the careers of comics like Jon Stewart, Kevin James, Pauly Shore (sorry) and Tom Green, but unbeknownst to many, Don was spending his nights on the local comedy scene developing his own comic style. Making the transition from comedian to television host isn’t easy for most. Don has hosted his own series, OLN’s Beach Ambush, and is currently in production for the SEVENTH season of VH1 Classic’s, That Metal Show. Enter 2010: Don Jamieson inked a deal with legendary metal label Metal Blade Records to release the comedian’s debut stand-up comedy album. The album, titled Live and Hilarious, was filmed during Don’s performance at Bar Anticipation in Lake Como, NJ on January 30 and will be released in 2011. When asked about why he chose Jersey as the location for his performance for the upcoming stand-up album, Don had this to say; “I’m a Jersey boy and there’s nowhere better to record my first ever live comedy CD than good old Dirty Jerz! Malls, mullets and metal!!”