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      Stand-up comic, & actor, Bob Golub, from Goodfellas & Tonight Show. in Minot

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      May 25, 2019

      Saturday   7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

      2200 E Burdick Expressway,
      Minot, North Dakota 58701

      Stand-up comic, & actor, Bob Golub, from Goodfellas & Tonight Show.

      Bob Golub stand-up comedian, actor, filmmaker, for one night and . Also performing with Bob, is Casey Flesch, the fastest rising comic in Minneapolis.Elise Cole will MC the show.
      GREAT NIGHT OF COMEDY...Don't miss this one!!!!
      Bob Golub began his career with one most memorable cameo appearances in motion picture history, in Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas” and never looked back. In an interview with legendary entertainment critic Cindy Adams for the New York Post, Bob said “I’m a street kid. I grew up tough – even went to prison for a while. Everything I wanted I knew I’d have to get it myself.
      Having grown up in the quintessential small town, Sharon, Pennsylvania, in a house with ten people and three rooms, Bob learned early that either you laugh or you cry. Bob chose laughter and was soon headlining clubs, colleges and casinos all across America. In fact, with this gig, Bob will now have performed in all fifty states and numerous foreign countries where he entertainment the troops
      In addition to being a working actor and an in-demand stand-up comedian – Bob’s last gig before arriving in Minot was headlining the world-famous Laugh Factory in the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas – Bob is a world-class documentarian, his film Dodo, winning awards in every festival it was entered in, including the prestigious New York Independent Film Festival in New York City. Dodo was called “riveting,” by Variety magazine, the gold standard of the Hollywood trade papers.
      Perhaps what Bob’s most proud of is that he is the founder of the long-running charity event, for the League for the Hard of Hearing, a night of stand-up comedy to benefit the hearing impaired.. Bob is also proud – although perhaps just a little less so – of what he did to pay the bills before he got his first Hollywood break some quarter-century ago.
      “I actually sold what I called ‘lucky potatoes. I sold a lot of potatoes. I even gave one to Ronald Reagan.

      Categories: Film | Performing Arts

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