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Reading through his resume, you’ll see Bobby has performed in hundreds of theatres and venues, hosted VH1’s Stand-up Spotlight, acted in television and movies, authored a best-selling book. He’s a popular Keynote for Fortune 500 Corporate events, been on day and night talk shows, appeared at charity events. He’s garnered a Grammy nomination. He’s toured with titans of entertainment; Frank Sinatra, Cher, Julio Iglesias and Dolly Parton. He’s worked alongside Chris Rock, Ray Romano and Drew Carey, as well as other contemporary comedians. His resume accurately tells you what he does. However, it cannot fully convey who he is!
Bobby is a funny guy…a very funny guy! Born in Queens, Bobby is a proud, tried and true tribesman of New York City. His loyal fans affectionately greet him with a rousing BOBBBYYY! wherever he goes.
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Hailed by the New York Times as “The Most Natural Comedian Working Today,” Collins’ heartfelt and witty humor engages audiences with a clever blend of characterizations and hilarious observations to which everyone can relate. The Grammy-nominated comedian is known for his live stage performances, cable TV specials, numerous talk show appearances, feature film roles, six comedy CDs and three DVDs – the latest of which, Telling It Like It Is, was praised by the New York Times.
His recently-written book, On the Inside, and will be signing copies following his performance. The book features more than a dozen “witticisms and wisdomisms,” or lessons learned through personal experience “that I apply to my life through my journey through comedy,” Collins said. His lessons include: Look both ways down a one-way street; Never show your enemy your face; Always take your own car; and Never get out of the shower to pee – “everything I wish somebody had told me as a kid that I wouldn’t have listened to anyway,” Collins said.