I was recently interviewed by professional comedian John Branyan focusing on information of interest to talented individuals who are new to stand-up comedy and are trying to learn how to be a comedian.
This interview is provided to expose an alternative approach to the traditional stand-up comedy methodologies.
The entire interview is provided in these 4 YouTube video clip segments provided below.
Note: For much more in depth and detailed information, I recommend that you check out the Stand-up Comedy Secrets For Beginners downloadable audio series.
Getting Started In Stand-up Comedy Part 1
Getting Started In Stand-up Comedy Part 2
Getting Started In Stand-up Comedy Part 3
Getting Started In Stand-up Comedy Part 4
As I mentioned in the interview, if you are trying to figure out how to be a comedian and you don’t want to wait many months or even years to get the big laughs on stage…
I recommend that you review at least the 5 free stand-up comedy lesson available to you now at KillerStandup.com.
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