• Christopher Titus: Voice in My Head (Review)

    As part of the opening bit in Christopher Titus’ latest album, Voice in My Head (Comedy Central), he explains the difference between a “fail” and an “epic fail”: “A ‘fail’ is when your car runs out of gas,” he says. “An ‘epic fail’ is when your car explodes, because you used an old sock for a gas cap.” Failures of the epic variety just so happen to be Titus’ specialty.

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    Christopher Titus will self-release ‘The Voice in my Head’ on April 1 (Preview)

    Following the growing trend of comedians who have cut out the middle man, Christopher Titus has announced his latest special The Voice in My Head will be available exclusively through his official site. Set for an April 1 release (yes, April Fool’s Day), the nearly two-hour video – priced at $9 – marks the expert storyteller’s fifth stand-up special. Included on Voice is a 27-minute story about the time Titus

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    Jenna Elfman shines a light on comedy charity Laugh For Sight (Interview)

    Jenna Elfman is known not just for her wide-ranging work on television and in movies, but also for her varied philanthropic causes. Most recently, the Damages actress walked in the Red Dress Collection fashion show – along with Rebecca Romijn, Hilary Duff and more – on Feb. 8 (pictured above), to support The Heart Truth organization, which promotes heart disease-awareness among women. And tonight, she’s bringing her talents to the

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    Watch the trailer and five clips from the upcoming Lenny Bruce documentary

    Who would’ve thought that a producer who has made a career working on reality shows like The Bachelor, High School Reunion and Cookin’ with Coolio, would have such a healthy respect for one of the comedy world’s most influential figures. But the fact is, Elan Gale is clearly passionate about the late Lenny Bruce. And to prove it, his long-in-the-making documentary Looking For Lenny will hit the digital marketplace March

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    Christopher Titus: Neverlution

    All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players…auditioning for another sequel to Jackass: Yup, that about summarizes the thesis of Neverlution, Christopher Titus’ latest riotous eruption from Comedy Central Records (available on June 28). The companion television special premieres July 3 at 9 p.m. EST on Comedy Central. For 105 hypnotic minutes, Titus points his blowtorch of indignation at his prey and sears talentless celebrities

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    Christopher Titus: “Neverlution” (Review)

    All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players…auditioning for another sequel to Jackass: Yup, that about summarizes the thesis of Neverlution, Christopher Titus’ latest riotous eruption from Comedy Central Records (available on June 28). The companion television special premieres July 3 at 9 p.m. EST on Comedy Central. For 105 hypnotic minutes, Titus points his blowtorch of indignation at his prey and sears talentless celebrities

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    Christopher Titus takes to Funny Or Die for a good cause

    Comedy’s great, but it’s even better when performances happen for a good cause – and that’s what’s going on with the “Laugh Your @$$ Off, Save the World” benefit on May 7 in Glendale, CA headlined by Dana Carvey, Kevin Nealon and Christopher Titus. Proceeds from the event go to Olive Crest, an organization that helps at-risk children and families. And, to whet your appetite, Titus released a video to

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    Friday frivolity: Patrice Oneal, Christopher Titus, more sound off on their fave cakes

    We take pride in providing our readers with as much information as humanly possible on all your favorite comedians and all the comedians we think you should know about. But, we’re not perfect. We miss some things. Thankfully, Ed Kaz, from the Asbury Park Press in New Jersey is, in this case, here to plug up our holes. Today, the newspaper posted a collection of well-known comedians’ favorite type of

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    Christopher Titus: Norman Rockwell is Bleeding

    A hero of American dysfunction, comedian Christopher Titus has given broken families and their broken dreams an artistic voice in a mass appeal way for nearly a decade. To those not completely familiar with his rather colorful upbringing, here’s the beginning: Titus was raised in California by a gruff, hard-drinking (but by most accounts, well-meaning) father and a bipolar/schizophrenic mother – with a 185 IQ – who killed one of

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