Greg Proops

Stand-Up Comedian Greg Proops

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Born: October 3, 1959

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Apr 3 Fri
7:00 PM
The Smartest Man in the World Podcast

Nerd Melt At Meltdown Comics
7522 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA


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Greg Proops - Just for Laughs 2005
Greg Proops - Just for Laughs 2005 Watch
Greg Proops Stand Up Comedy - TOP STORY! WEEKLY
Greg Proops Stand Up Comedy - TOP STORY! WEEKLY Watch
Joe Rogan Experience #404 - Greg Proops
Joe Rogan Experience #404 - Greg Proops Watch



2010 Proops Digs In!
2009 Elsewhere
2007 Joke Book
2007 Houston, We Have a Problem
2005 Greg Proops Live in Houston

Possibly a UK only release

1997 Back In the UK
1995 Greg Proops Live

Specials (and other video)

2014 Greg Proops: Live at Musso and Frank

Self released special on

2010 The Benson Interrruption

Hybrid where Doug Benson interrupts other comedians' acts

2004 The World Stands Up (Season 1)
2001 Late Friday

Weekly late night stand-up showcase on NBC

1999 Comedy Central Presents Greg Proops
1996 Tompkins Square

Books (by and about)

2012 The Comedy Film Nerds Guide to Movies

Features multiple contributors


Let me tell you about Australia. It’s really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really far from wherever you live on Earth. You fly...


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Delivery: 14321
Material: 14321

Nasal and effeminate delivery of material that, in the final analysis, is a series of put downs and cheap shots.


Best known for his appearances on Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Greg is also a regular on the long running British version of WLIIA. Mr. Proops’ other television appearances include The Drew Carey Show, The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Just Shoot Me, Talk Soup, Politically Incorrect, The Wayne Brady Show and Hollywood Squares.

In animation, Greg was the mad scientist on Pam Anderson’s Stripperella as well as the articulate worm, Gommi in the animated feature Kaena the Prophecy starring Kirsten Dunst. Greg portrayed Fode, one half of the Pod Race Announcer in the hit motion picture Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and all the subsequent video games.

Greg appeared on the game shows The Weakest Link, Ben Stein’s Money and Rock n’ Roll Jeopardy. He performs stand-up all over the world, having toured the UK four times, sold out Edinburgh Fringe Festival seven years running and has kicked it live in Montreal, Aspen, Ireland, Paris, Norway and the United Arab Emirates.