Even as the highly distracting and physically perfect human specimen Ed Westwick stood mere feet away at Regal Cinemas in Union Square, Kim Kaufman, 23, slipped her digits to Cera, who grinned and played along. They’re this millennium’s rock stars.” From girls pining for “Saturday Night Live” star Andy Samberg and Comedy Central’s Demetri Martin to more established comics like Jeff Ross and Jim Norton, these are women turned on not by bulk or brawn but by belly laughs.
Said Cera of giggle groupies: “I think they’re great. The comics call these groupies chucklef – – – ers — and, like a standing O, some comedians can’t get enough.
As a stand-up comic, Jeff has appeared on dozens of TV shows including Late Show with David Letterman (1993), Jimmy Kimmel Live!
She slipped the 21-year-old comic cinema geek her phone number. I’d like to have someone make me laugh.” In the words of one woman currently sleeping with an as-seen-on-TV stand-up: “Dating a comic now is like dating a guy from an ’80s hair band.
But it is believed that he is married and he has also been parents several times. After that he joined Boston University and majored in communication. While he was in his college, he worked at BU's WTBU as the director and later he joined the local NPR affiliate.
During the early 1990, he appeared in the Monday night open mic night.
She met him after being dragged to a show in Chicago by guy friends.
“Comedians have this sex appeal thing,” Garber says.