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July 20 - 21, 2019

The Undateable star heads out on tour

Why See Chris D'Elia?

Comedy & Stand-up

Everybody Loves Chris

Chris D'Elia is known for leading the stand-up heavy cast of NBC's Undateable, starring as Danny, a guy with some pretty serious commitment issues. He also played opposite Whitney Cummings in her short lived self-titled sitcom, but stand-up comedy remains his first love, saying "Once I started doing stand-up, everything fell into place."

The Los-Angeles born performer began his comedy in 2006, when after attempts at acting and screen writing, he decided that telling jokes was the thing for him. And so it proved, with his observational riffs on life's little issues and committed slapstick silliness seeing him become an increasingly popular performer on Comedy Central. The channel gave him his own hour special in 2013 - White Male, Black Comic.

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Performance date: 20 July 2019

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