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Chris D'Elia Details
Comedian Chris D’Elia is an actor, writer, and podcaster. He got his start acting while still in high school, appearing in two episodes of Chicago Hope. He studied acting for a year at New York University before he started writing scripts. Eventually, Chris realized he could live his lifelong dream of being a standup comedian, which he’s been doing since 2006. D’Elia has appeared in a dozen films since 2004, and several television programs. He also played Alex Miller on Whitney from 2011 to 2013 and has appeared in many popular shows like Monk, Boston Legal, and Rush Hour. He has also appeared on the hit show Lip Sync Battle, squaring off against Brent Morin. In 2019, D’Elia announced that he would have a recurring role in the Netflix original You, which is in its second season.
Since early 2017, Chris D’Elia has hosted a weekly podcast called Congratulations with Chris D’Elia. Wildly successful, Congratulations has charted in the top 20 comedy podcasts in several countries. D’Elia is credited with influence many popular podcasts, including The Fighter and the Kid, which is hosted by longtime friend Bryan Callen.
Chris D’Elia often calls himself a stand-up comedian who acts, adding a unique quality to his entertaining routines. He’s been featured on Comedy Central and Showtime, but it was his work on Glory Daze that brought him to a broader audience. Originally cast for just the pilot, D’Elia was made a series regular for the entire TBS run, playing the Oracle known as William Standkowski. In 2013 D’Elia released a parody rap album as MC “Chank Smith” entitled Such Is Life, which was well-received by fans. That same year D’Elia starred in his first one-hour stand-up special on Comedy Central, which was directed by his father. White Male Black Comic enjoyed positive reviews. The following year he was cast in Undateable, an improv show featuring a live audience and comics who were longtime friends. In 2016 he headlines the Leafly 420 Comedy Tour show in Chicago with Ron Funches. Chris D’Elia cites Eddie Murphy and Jim Carrey among his influences, inspiring him to a successful comedic career that shows no signs of stopping.
Chris D’Elia Onstage
The Follow the Leader 2019 tour kicked off in Louisville, KY at the Brown Theatre on January 10, 2019, and is expected to hit cities all over the country throughout the year. His material is crass at times, pushing boundaries and exploring controversial topics as comedians often do. Audiences will enjoy his fresh takes on current events and his vibrant, energetic stage presence.
Chris D’Elia Target Audience
Like many stand-up comedians, Chris D’Elia uses strong language and controversial topics at his shows, which are suitable for 18+. Fans under 21 should note that there may be age restrictions at certain venues, though that will be noted when purchasing tickets.
Chris D’Elia Length of Show
Chris D’Elia’s stand-up routine runs about one hour without intermission. As with any live show, it could run slightly shorter or slightly longer.