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Fattest Comedians

Friday, Aug 21, 2020, 3:30 pm

1.John Pinette

John Pinnette is both a stand up comedian and actor who has been performing since the 1980's. He does amazing impressions of Elvis, Gollum and The Chipmunks as well as Marlon Brando, so it's no surprise that he landed a role in The Last Godfather, a film in 2010. We first got introduced to his humor on the television show Alf in 1990.

2.Zach Galifianakis

Known for his hilarious role as Alan in the Hangover series of films, Zack Galifanakis got his start doing stand up at a hamburger joint in Times Square. Despite his movie career he still tours the country doing stand up and hopes to open a writer's retreat in North Carolina mountains.

3.Jonah Hill

Little known fact about Jonah Hill is that his father was the tour accountant for Richard Feldstein of Guns N' Roses. His big break came when he somehow met Dustin Hoffman who helped him land an audition for a role in I Heart Huckabees in 2004. From there he landed his own auditions and roles on television and film, until he hit it big with Superbad in 2007.

4.Curly Howard

Who can ever forget the original Three Stooges. As part of the trio, Moe, Curly and Larry, Curly was a favorite among audiences. His real name is Jerome Horowitz, and he is the younger brother of Moe Howard, the leader of The Three Stooges, and Shemp Howard, who later replaced him as the third stooge.

5.Matt Lucas

The British comedian, Matt Lucas, is also a screenwriter, actor and singer. Placing 7th in the UK's 100 Most Influential Gay Men and Woman, in 2007, Matt Lucas rose to fame as a giant insulting baby on the show Shooting Stars. Most recently he appeared on the NBC series Community.

6.Jack Black

Jack Black is everything funny. His cocky, yet bumbling persona, has graces television and movie screens all over the world. A comedian, actor, musician and singer, the star has his own rock group called Tenacious D, where he is lead vocalist. He got to show off his musical chops in the hit movie, School of Rock, which earned him a Golden Globe for Best Acror in a musical or comedy.

7.Patrice O'Neal

Patrice O'Neal left us too soon, passing away at the end of 2011, just shy of his 42nd birthday. A stand-up comedian, radio talent, and actor, Patrice began his career in Boston at estelle's Bar and Grill, during an open mic night in 1992 and then he landed a gig at thecomedy Cellar in New York a few years later.


8.Kevin James

Kevin James is a comedian best known for his role on the hit family sitcom airing on CBS, "King of Queens." He has also starred in feature film comedies such as Grown Ups, Mall Cop, and Zookeeper. Always hilarious, his quick wit and awkward persona make him endearing to audiences.

9.Gabriel Iglesias

Funny man Gabriel Iglesias is best known for his show, "I'm Not Fat ... I'm Fluffy." His unique blend of effected voices used for storytelling, along with special effects, have skyrocketed him to fame. References to his weight are always part of his skits and his over the top Hawaiian shirts are his trademark.


10.Ralphie may

Tennessee born Ralphie May was raised in Arkansas, and was a comedian from the get go. Winning a contest, at the age of 17, to open for comedian Sam Kinison, Ralphie knew stand-up was his calling. As a participant on the reality television show, "Last Comic Standing," Ralphie finished second, propelling his career into the limelight.

11.John Candy

John Candy was a beloved comedian that starred in many comedies over the years, including The Great outdoors, stripes, Splash, and Uncle Buck. dead at the young age of 43, Candy passed away in his sleep from a heart attack. Many say he was the funniest man of all time.


12.John Belushi

Another fat comedian that was taken from us too soon, John Belushi died in March of 1982 at the age of 33. One of the original members of Saturday Night Live, his brash, over the top comedy set him apart. Behind the scenes, Belushi was into cocaine and heroine, which ultimately killed him.

13.Chris Farley

Chris Farley is one of the most famous comedians, and some believe that is weight made him even funnier. Up until his death at the end of 1997, Farely was loud, boisterous and hilarious. He joined the cast of the Saturday Night Live crew in 1990, working with Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade and many other infamous funny men.


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