Jeremy Nunes has appeared in The Break-Up, Last Comic Standing, two PBS mini-series, Comcast on Demand, a National Geographic Special and heard on ESPN Radio. Jeremy’s clean and witty comedy show has been in demand for 18 years, mainly because of his clever observations, unique storytelling style and ability to improvise with his audience.
JEREMY NUNES SHOW NOTES
- Trying to be Chris Farley.
- Why Ryan Stiles inspired Jeremy to try improv comedy.
- Similarities between being a Mayor and being a comedian.
- Valuable advice from Dobie Maxwell.
- Taking classes at Second City.
- Tips for promoting a show.
- Value of hiring a videographer.
- Wearing make-up for video.
- Distributing a comedy special.
- Taking veteran comedian advice.
- Tips for getting time off from a day job.
And a whole lot more!
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