Richard Lewis with Gilbert Gottfried on Saturday, April 9, at 8 p.m.
Paramount Hudson Valley
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Black comedy is the order of the day when the filthy-minded Gilbert Gottfried teams up with the eternally jaded Richard Lewis
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$40 for rear orchestra or front mezzanine seating (up to $82.41 value)
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Gilbert Gottfried’s voice: a distinctive screeching bellow that’s as gentle as a crowing rooster clawing an amplified chalkboard
Gilbert Gottfried’s comedy style: a barrage of elongated punchlines and slaughters of sacred cows
You know him from: his 35-year stint in standup, countless movie and TV roles, scene-stealing appearances on Comedy Central roasts, and his epically racy, side-splitting recitation of the world’s dirtiest joke in The Aristocrats
Your kids know him as: the voice of Iago the parrot in Aladdin, Digit in Cyberchase, and that Aflac duck, if your kids are interested in insurance policies
Richard Lewis’s claim to fame: a sour, sarcastic attitude and a tendency to work out his issues on stage. He’s also made frequent cameos on other comedians’ shows, including George Lopez, Everybody Hates Chris, and Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist.
Richard Lewis’s self-professed claim to fame: He says that he’s the first person to use the phrase “the [blank] from hell”—a claim backed up by the Yale Book of Quotations.
You know him from: Curb Your Enthusiasm, where he played Larry David’s close friend named Richard Lewis. It’s a role he also plays in real life; his friendship with David dates back to their middle-school days at summer camp.
Your kids know him from: They hopefully don’t know him at all, considering his subject material. They may recognize his voice from the newest incarnation of Pound Puppies, however.