Stand up Comedians Pat O'Donnell and Alex Scott
Alex Scott is known for the quick wit he brings to the stage. Scott's ability to come up with jokes off the top of his head and connect with the crowd keeps him winning open mic competitions. The first time Scott ever touched the mic, he won second place in the DC Comedian of the Year contest. This was the motivation that drove Scott to move to New York City. Homeless and alone, Alex slept in Central Park for 2 days. Not giving up on his dream, Alex ended up staying for 3 years performing at some of the hottest clubs in New York such as Stand Up NY, Boston Comedy Club, and the Uptown Comedy Club. Born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area, Alex moved back to D.C. and won the 2003 Kings and Queens of Comedy contest. Alex Scoft has appeared on BET's Comic View and Grins, a local D.C. cable T.V. comedy showcase. Alex Scott is becoming one of the hottest comedians in D.C. and can be seen performing in clubs and colleges from New York to Atlanta. He co-hosts the "Rhythm Ride in the Morning" on Charlottesville Virginia's 92.7 FM radio station. Scott, not only a performer but a student of comedy says, "A man that knows he knows nothing can learn everything."
Patrick O’Donnell has been a comedian for over 30 years. Pat has been seen on Comedy Central, A&E’s Comedy On The Road and was a $10,000 winner on ABC’s America’s Funniest People. He has also written jokes for Jay Leno and Jimmie “JJ” Walker.
O’Donnell is a high-energy act, who spices up his performance with his knack for impressions. Former presidents, movie and TV stars could pop up anytime as searches for the humorous side of life.
Pat has worked all over the country and is a regular at the Comedy Stops in Atlantic City and Las Vegas. He plays colleges and clubs as well as corporate functions for companies like Comcast and MBNA.
Pat talks about today’s current events, his Catholic upbringing and the trials of a man who takes care of the kids, as well as marriage in general. He light-heartedly pokes fun at all of them.
Over the years, Pat has been the co-host of a cable talk show, acted in plays, done commercials and constantly updated his act to reflect his life. He hits the stage with a smile and leaves the audience laughing.
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