The longest running Asian comedy show in the land… 

About Slanted Comedy

Slanted Comedy is the longest running premier Asian comedy show on the scene today. It was first introduced at the Hollywood Improv September 1, 2005 by Edwin San Juan, and the reins had been handed over to executive producer Mike Abara AKA Black Mike. Slanted Comedy brings you a showcase of Asian comics with a long list of credits from Comedy Central, BET, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, Showtime, HBO, The Late Late Show, Lopez Tonight, Last Call With Carson Daly, Jimmy Kimmel Live and the list just keeps on growing. Numerous celebrities have also dropped in and performed at Slanted Comedy shows. Current producing partners, Mike Abara & Walter Hong, have taken Slanted Comedy to new heights and it’s only going to get better. Slanted Comedy wants to let everyone know that Asians are funny and talented too. Asians need their night of live comedy and it is finally here. All in all, this show was made for everyone. If you have not checked out a Slanted Comedy show, you don‘t know what you’re missing.

 

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Slanted Comedy Producers: Mike “Black Mike” Abara & Walter Hong

Walter Hong started his career working as a bodyguard for such notables as Charlamine Willson and Priston Schmuler.  You haven’t heard of them?  It’s ok, nobody has.  They couldn’t afford the ex-college lineman – all they could afford was Walter.  He worked several years as a bodyguard for the middle class and D-List stars.  And when he saved up enough money, he moved to Walterville, OR – the mecca for Korean standup comedians.  He still bodyguards from time-to-time and endures the laughter and mocking, but he needs the money.

 

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