More than 20 million people
have seen Jarrod’s popular Action Figure Therapy
characters and most recently the series was named LA Weekly’s “Top Comic To Watch in 2012.″
His character Jungle was also featured on the front page of the Huffington Post
Comedy section in 2011.
Jarrod Harris has been seen on TBS’ Lopez Tonight and Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. Campus Activities Magazine named him as one of the Hot Comics of 2009 and Top Comics to Watch in 2010. In 2009 Jarrod was final 4 at the San Francisco Comedy Competition and in 2010 was invited back for Detroit Comedy Festival’s “Best of Fest”as well as host of 2010/2011 Laughing Skull Festival.
Jarrod spends his time in LA and is a regular performer at independent shows as well as theImprovs, Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, and in 2010 had the pleasure of hosting a Comedy Death Rayshow.“Jarrod harris‘ act is an oddly comfortable mix of trailer-park filth, comic angst and hipster irony. While his style may fit into several categories along the comedy spectrum, his clever writing only fits into one: funny.” Noah Gardenswartz – Creative Loafing.
LAB has hosted Disclaimer-produced shows featuring comedians that include Moshe Kasher, Joe DeRosa, Tom Segura, Sara Schaefer and Rory Scovel, among others, and its classic brick-wall background and state-of-the-art sound system, arguably the best in the entire region, has served the cause of live comedy well.
LAB features a restaurant and bar in the front of the venue (full dinner menu, so arrive early to enjoy a meal before the show), and a separate performance space (also equipped with a bar) in the back of the venue. Capacity is around 75, guaranteeing an intimate experience. Doors to the “Back Stage” open one hour before show time.
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