Frank Caliendo

Stand-Up Comedian Frank Caliendo

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Born: January 19, 1974

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  • Delivery: 32121
  • Material: 32121
  • Overall: 32121

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Next Tour Date

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September 12 8:00 PM

San Jose Improv
62 S. Second Street
San Jose, CA

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Videos

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Frank Caliendo Giggles
Frank Caliendo Giggles Watch
Frank Caliendo - Impressions
Frank Caliendo - Impressions Watch
frank valiendo hilarious comedian pres. Bush funny stuff
frank valiendo hilarious comedian pres. Bush funny stuff Watch

Works

Records

2008 All Over the Place
2007 Frank On the Radio 2 (Disc 2)
2007 Frank On the Radio 2 (Disc 1)
2006 Giggles Shakey Cam DVD - Audio Only
2003 Frank on the Radio
2002 Make the Voices Stop

Specials (and other video)

2007 Frank Caliendo: All Over the Place
2006 Giggles Shakey Cam DVD
2004 National Lampoon Live: New Faces - Volume 2
2004 National Lampoon Live: New Faces - Volume 1
2004 Comedy Central Presents Frank Caliendo
2001 Late Friday

Weekly late night stand-up showcase on NBC

1999 Premium Blend (Season 3)

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Reviews

bdub37's avatar bdub37 says:
Delivery: 54321
Material: 54321

Come on he’s doing stuff, to date people, that no one else is doing.  I LOVE THE BUSH AND BARKLEY stuff… keep going Frank… I like you… not like any other sap of the this forum!!!!...

Biography

Born at the age of three in northern Illinois, Frank was already ahead of his time. Even on the day of his birth, Frank’s two younger brothers knew something was funny.

Before he could even speak, Frank’s mother noticed him doing an incredible impersonation of a young Dudley Moore. Of course Frank’s father reasoned that all babies sound like they are drunk and heave all over themselves, but that is not the point. This kid had something special. He seemed likely to perhaps have a chance to maybe someday possibly become questionably close to one of the funniest persons alive.

Naturally it was never fully discovered how gifted Frank was, until one day when an unidentified philosopher named John Hartz would declare Frank as “talent”; ...not “a talent”, “with talent”, or even “a talented individual”, but simply as “talent”. Never before had any man ever been labeled with such vague ambiguity. This incited Frank, and almost immediately he would establish thoughts about becoming a stand up comedian.

Of course Frank didn’t always want to be a stand up comedian. At a youthful age, Frank boarded a train to head for baseball’s spring training as a fireball left-hander with blazing speed. After a short stop in Iolla, where he struck out one of baseball’s greatest players with three straight pitches, Frank re-boarded the train to meet a woman who with the pull of a trigger would knock him out of baseball for the next sixteen years.

Frank would later return to baseball as a middle-aged rookie. He used a bat made from a tree struck by lightning (named “wonder boy”) to help his New York Nights regain the pennant and thereby nullify the Judge’s attempt to buy out all of Pop Fischers stock and take over the team.

In the final game of his career, with blood curdling from his loins, and the likelihood of his stomach exploding, Frank would face the image of his former self in a battle of the best ...but that is another story.

Back during the days when Michael was still called “Air”, Frank became particularly aware of his abilities to impersonate. First was a garbage can, and then a pole, and even a small garden weasel. However, after transitioning through sixteen straight hours of anthropomorphic activity, Frank stumbled upon his best and foremost impression. His ability to re-create the daily activity of paramecium was simply uncanny; especially when he would split in two.

Of course, biologically, one can only evolve to a certain point before the world must be allowed to view such activity. Thus, we give you the current organism in his existing status; bold, strong, funny, and hermetically sealed for your enjoyment… The man formerly known as “obesive-one-kenobe”...Mr. Frank Caliendo. May the farce be with you.