Some of the highlights from David Crowe’s career include his own one-hour comedy special on Showtime titled “Crooked Finger”, appearances on Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham” and “The Bob and Tom All-Stars Comedy Hour” and most recently the “HA! Festival” for the CBC in Canada which will air in 2013.
“Some comedians are smart. Some comedians are entertaining. David is greedy.” -Bill Radke, National Public Radio
David’s career launched quicker than most when, just three years after his first open mic, he won both the Seattle and San Francisco International Comedy Competitions. He has gone on to be featured at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Aspen Comedy Festival, Gilda’s Laugh Fest, Halifax Comedy Festival and the Vancouver Comedy Festival just to name a few. He has also released four comedy albums: Potshot’s at Goliath, Spoken Nerd, Cruciflex and Crooked Finger, all of which can be heard on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. He is currently in preproduction for his fifth record is due out in 2013.
“Crowe pirouettes in and out of contentious issues with the surefooted assurance of a comedy Nureyev.”
-Colin Somerville, The Herald
In 2012 he partnered with Compendium Inc. to release his own line of Greeting Cards called “Frank and Funny “. The line has garnered fantastic reviews by the greeting card industry and is currently available in stores nationwide including Cost Plus and World Markets.
“Enough comic adrenaline to drop a circus elephant.” -Tom Griswold, The Bob and Tom Show
Aside from working comedy clubs and theaters across the country and around the world, Crowe is also a favorite on the corporate entertainment circuit. He was recently hired to perform a 38 city theater tour across Canada for Investors Group Financial Services. He has also performed the likes of President Clinton, Microsoft, Boeing, Frito- Lay, Target, Ford, BP, BluRay, Starbucks, the United States Armed Forces as well as a host of other associations and groups in both the private and public sector.
“My dream was to be so good at stand-up I wouldn’t have to do anything else. Turns out after 20 years I think I’ve forgotten how to do anything else.”
- David Crowe