You know when most people hit the 20-year mark in their career, they usually commemorate it by getting a gold watch and retiring. But not comedian Gary Gulman, who just announced that he’ll be hitting the road this fall to mark his two decades doing stand up. Gulman will kick things off on with a series of shows in Scottsdale, AZ, from September 11 to September 13. After that it’s a run at the Helium Comedy Club in Philadelphia from October 9 to 11, followed by a showcase at the Laughing Skull in Atlanta from October 16 to October 19. He’ll then make them laugh on the West Coast, first at the Largo in Los Angeles on October 22 and then three nights, November 6-8 in Tacoma. After performing in Washington D.C. on November 15, Gulman will play a couple shows in the Midwest, followed by two nights at the Comedy Bar in Toronto on November 29 and 30. He’ll finish up with a show in Boston on December 5 and a final performance on December 13 at New York’s Bowery Ballroom.
Known for his hilarious observations about daily events, Gary Gulman has made a name for himself thanks to his many appearance on a variety of TV shows, including all the major late night talk shows, NBC “Last Comic Standing” (in which he was a finalist for both season 2 and 3) and “Dane Cook’s Tourgasm” (which aired on HBO in 2006).