Watch for Larry in the coming horror film "21 Days".

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"Unbelievably funny! We booked him again for next year."
 
-National American Indian Housing Conference
 
"One of the funniest, cleanest and classiest comics we've ever hired."
 
-Pechanga Casino
 
"Hilarious! We brought him back right away."
 
-Couer D'Alene Casino
 
 
 
 
"Unbelievably funny! We booked him again for next year."
 
-National American Indian Housing Conference
 



4/14/2014:  I finished February by getting  root canal on a molar and you know what?  It was kind of fun.  Freaky?  Yes.  But that's me.  I've always had a high threshold for pain. Come on, I was married for 17 years.  Most of life is minor inconveniences, so, I just duck down, scoot around and GO!  Anyway, catch me around LA for the rest of April.  I will be at the Ice House and Laugh Factory.  

2/7/2014:  We're deep into February, days flying by.  Its almost 2015.  I worked with Fluffy in January and its always insane fun.  His fans are ridiculous.  I will be back on the ships real soon.  And I will also be entertaining fire fighters of Lemars, Iowa on the 22nd.

1/14/2014:  Last year ended with sadness.   My friend, Charlie Hill, passed on.  He wasn't just a great friend, he was a trailblazing, truth-telling, hilarious comedian.  I miss him everyday.  I also lost my sister in December.  She was the backbone of our family and a good mother to her children.  I can't believe these two people are gone but I'm thankful I was able to share many years with them.

11/17/2013: Another month has disappeared in a cloud of kick ass comedy shows.  The college kids are hilarious...to me.  A few more to go.  This weekend I'm performing with the funniest dude walking...Gabriel Iglesias, Fluffy!  We are at the Hershey Theater in Pennsylvania.  Smoking hot audiences as usual when Fluffy hits town.  I will also connect with the Fluffmeister in January.  

10/18/2013: Two months have disappeared since I updated this site.  I'm in the middle of touring 20 colleges with my Freaks R Everywhere Tour.  Check my upcoming events to see if I'm at a college near you and then show up!

8/15/2013:  Its been a typical month.  I've been working the ships,  auditioning and getting rejected for numerous films and tv shows.  Rejection is good...it builds character.  Right? 

7/30/2013: Even in the July heat I still drink hot coffee.  Is that freaky?  Anyway, look for me in a new horror flick "21 Days" . . . my role as a Navajo interpreter was a serious challenge.  My tongue was going crazy, going different directions.    

6/13/2013: The Mediteranean gig was mostly cool. Barcelona, Marseille, Rome, Naples and Messina are exciting cities.  The buildings are old but interesting; the streets are narrow and dangerous. Lots to see. The food was excellent and the Italian ice cream was the highlight . . . gelati!  I ate a couple of gallons of gelati.    People park anywhere and everywhere, mostly on the sidewalks.  

5/30/2013: May has raced by.  Spent a few days annoying the Nassau residents.  Worked several gigs around LA.  In June I will be doing my first Mediterranean tour.  Cruising several cities of Italy,Spain, and France.  Fortunately I am fluent in all those languages.  I need to brush up on my English.  

4/27/2013:  My recent trip to the state of Washington is off the hook.  The students are giving it up for my ridiculous jokes.  And for the first time ever, its been sunshine everyday.   

4/9/2013: I am returning to the great northwest, the campus of Washington State University to perform on Friday, April 12.  If you're not a student you'll have to find a way to sneak in (not that difficult)...Compton Union, 10:30PM.    

4/1/2013: April Fools came too fast.  I'm at Cal State Monterey Bay college April 3rd, and then several more colleges in Oregon and Washington later in the month.  I've had several auditions lately for movies and commercials but I am on a cold streak.  I'm due to book a movie real soon.  Showcased for the APCA Conference in Atlanta, GA and picked up a dozen more college dates for the coming months. March is screaming by!  I had a fantastic show at Oregon Tech...the Owls were a hoot.  February ended with some dynamite shows at Linfield College in Oregon and Ft Lewis College in Colorado!  March came roaring in like a kitten. I'm home in LA to recharge my battery. Working the SoCal scene and some colleges most of this month.  In February I crossed the Atlantic on a ship with 4 other comics and we gave the ship passengers quite a week of laughs.  Got to see a little of Spain.  Just enough to make me want to go back and do a complete vacation.   2012 just flew by!  Life seems to fly by when  you're having fun.  My solution to slowing down your life . . . do miserable things.  Time will drag.   On Nov 16th I showcased for NACA West.  College reps from Alaska to Arizona had the chance to see me perform live!  I will be performing at numerous colleges in the new year.   Recently I flew to Tahiti, then Aruba, then somewhere and then someplace...damn, life is flying by.  The hot summer is finally over.  My summer was highlighted performing with Fluffy at the San Diego County Fair, 9,000 strong fans of Gabriel Iglesias gave me lots of love.   Watch me on Comedy Central's Stand Up Revolution hosted by Gabriel Iglesias.  And if you play Mortal Kombat's latest release, I am Nightwolf, shaman warrior.   Pretty cool, huh.   It has been a freak-filled summer.  I survived the Hawaiian Islands, the Mexican Riviera, the Bahamas, the Arizona desert and a big gash in my skull from moving too fast into an open door.  I'm a bad dude.   Larry's jokes come fast and furious! He hits every topic: stupid stereotypes; wacked out relatives; why Santa avoids Indian reservations. Without using shocking language he will have you in convulsions and tears. Some comics attack their audience but Larry engages his audience and takes them on a roller coaster comedy ride they'll never forget. His unique point of view on multi-ethnic America has garnered numerous tv appearances and places him in great demand on the corporate circuit. His comical stories about his youth are hailed by the Los Angeles Times as, "Refreshing, funny and universal." Omaha's side-splitting jabs at every day life inspired the Las Vegas Sun to label him , "A very hip comic for the the new millennium."