Allan Fuks

Allan Fuks

Allan Fuks is a multi-national comedian with an unusual perspective informed by his unique background. No other stand-up comic has ever been born in Belgium to a Russian-Ukrainian Jewish family and then raised in the South Bronx projects with the last name “Fuks” (his parents aren’t known to make the best choices). But despite a very “special” upbringing and his ghoulish appearance, Allan is able to make audiences all across the world laugh heartily at his pain and their own (mostly his). AVN recently named his show The Week In Sex “The Funniest Podcast Out There.” Credits include NPR Morning Edition, The Wendy Williams Show, Sirius XM and three national TV commercials (for The Knot, Biz2Credit, and Tushy Bidets) which have aired on CNN, ESPN, FOX, CNBC, and MSNBC). He performs at comedy clubs everywhere, including Carolines, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Stand-Up New York, the Funny Bone, the Improv, as well as countless others. He has performed at large corporate events for companies such as ADP, Cure Auto Insurance, Yelp, and many other Fortune 500 companies. Colleges throughout the country have booked Allan for his stand-up including Baruch College, Arcadia University, Columbia University, Alfred University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New Jersey City University, and Connecticut College. He is also known to lend his time performing stand-up for benefits such as TAMRF (Trans-Atlantic Medical Relief Fund), Sarah Speaks Up - Voices for Victims, and Stewie to the Rescue.

Upcoming Shows
 
  • Saturday September 28th 07:30PM
  • Dave Landau (Anthony Cumia Show)
  • Cutting his comedic teeth as a teenager in Detroit in the Second City’s Conservatory, Dave Landau has risen to become one of the most in-demand headliners working today. He’s appeared 5 times on Comedy Central’s and AXS.TV’s “Live At Gotham” and was a finalist on season 8 of “Last Comic Standing” on NBC. He become a regular on the extremely popular “The Artie Lange and Anthony Cumia radio show,” and was honored to be brought in full time as 3rd mic. When Artie left the program, It became “The Anthony Cumia Show with Dave Landau” and continues to gain popularity and new subscribers daily.
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