• Comedian Harland Williams set to co-star on new series Package Deal (Video)

    Veteran comedian Harland Williams has snagged a co-starring role on Package Deal, a new comedy series set to premiere Monday, Sept. 30 in Canada on the City network. The show centers around the relationship between Danny White (Randal Edwards) and his two older brothers, who seem to have a nearly sociopathic need to involve themselves in Danny’s life with his girlfriend (Julia Voth). Williams plays one of the meddling brothers–

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    Marc Maron, Harland Williams to play benefit show for late comic Angelo Bowers

    This coming Wednesday, Jan. 11, at the Improv in Hollywood, Marc Maron, Harland Williams and more will perform at a show to benefit the family of late comedian Angelo Bowers, who died early Tuesday morning after sustaining injuries from a car crash caused by a drunk driver. He was 26. Ticket sales will also go to help paying comedian Josh Adam Meyers’ hospital bills. Meyers was in the car with

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    Preview: Nick Swardson deals with a unique STD on tonight's Pretend Time

    On tonight’s episode of Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time (10 pm EST on Comedy Central), Nick confides in co-worker Gary (played by Harland Williams) about a colorful problem he has upon his junk. It reminds us of the age old question: was she worth it? Check it out. Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time Tuesdays 10pm / 9c Preview – Avatar STD www.comedycentral.com Our one complaint? The title of the video gives away

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    Harland Williams talks tattoos, leukemia, rockabilly with Kevin Nealon at Laugh Factory

    On a recent installment of The Kevin Nealon Show, which happens live each Tuesday at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles, the Saturday Night Live alum chats with hilarious, Canadian bred comedian Harland Williams. Too much to believe? We have the video proof below. Check it out and share a hearty laugh with us.

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    Audio fun: Comedians deal with the audience

    At the most basic level, a stand-up comedian’s job is to make his or her audience laugh. So what happens when the audience acts out, making the comic’s job as difficult as possible. Listen up to find out. If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’ve been to your share of live stand-up comedy shows. Having established that, there’s a decent chance you’ve witnessed a few comedian-audience member interactions

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