The 50 Funniest People In Brooklyn

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Jon Glaser:

Glaser has had a long, acclaimed career as a kind of comedian’s comedian. You know, the kind of career where everyone-in-the-know loves him and his work, but he doesn’t have wide, public recognition? Maybe this is in part due to the fact that Glaser has spent a lot of time writing behind-the-scenes (for Late Night with Conan O’Brien and the Dana Carvey Show), but in the last year, Glaser has reached a much wider audience due to his guest-starring roles on Girls and Parks and Recreation, where he played Councilman Jeremy Jamm, who is maybe even a worse (albeit fictional) politician than Ted Cruz.


  1. You forgot Sara Schaefer. She is the fucking greatest. I hope this mistake haunts you for the rest of your yuppie existence.

  2. This list is way too dude-heavy! Are there really so few women in Brooklyn who count as funny enough? The article should be called “The 42 Funniest Men in Brooklyn.” And no, I don’t have a sense of humor about this.

  3. Oh, please. Catie Lazarus is sort of funny, but she’s mostly exhausting with neurotic energy, endlessly complaining about being poor – while wearing designer clothing, traveling around the country, and living on a trust fund, and acting like she’s somehow entitled to earn a living from comedy.

    • So happy Catie Lazarus is on the list! She’s hilarious comedian and writer. Nedster, however, sounds like a bitter, uninformed douche.


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