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June 28, 2019

All comedians are, in a way, anarchists. Our job is to make fun of the existing world.

Bob Newhart

Why See Bob Newhart?

Comedy & Stand-up

Comedy legend

Bob Newhart is a prominent American stand-up comedian and actor who first came to prominence in the back in the 1960s when he released an album of comedic monologues entitled The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart. The album was such a hit, it even outstripped pop music of the number one spot on the Billboard music charts!

After his initial comedic success, Newhart moved into acting - starring in two of his own TV sitcoms, The Bob Newhart Show and later Newhart. More recently, he has played cameo roles on the TV show the The Big Bang Theory, and in the feature films Elf and Horrible Bosses.

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Performance date: 28 June 2019

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