Whether it's a stand-up set on Last Comic Standing or a scene-stealing appearance in The Brooklyn Project, Tony Woods can always be counted on for his cool-as-ice demeanor and mischievous sense of humor. Woods tours widely and has picked up fans across Canada, Britain, Australia and among U.S. troops on the Comedy Central USO Tour. Along the way, he's also performed on HBO's Def Comedy Jam, P. Diddy's Bad Boys of Comedy and his own Comedy Central half-hour special, and headlined major festivals likes Just for Laughs. Come see why Examiner.com recently named Woods "D.C.'s King of Comedy" when the stand-up veteran takes the stage at the Baltimore Comedy Factory.
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