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of the 1996 San Francisco Stand-up Comedy Competition Winner of the
1995 Seattle Stand-up Comedy Competition Opened for the President of
the United States, William Jefferson Clinton at the
Crowe is a brilliant combination of socially relevant, issue fired intellectualism and physical buffoonery. He takes on topical subjects, historical events and personal experiences using an outrageous animation. The result is a totally original style of brain boning jocularity.
is the only comedian in history to have won both the Seattle International
Comedy Competition and the San Francisco International Comedy Competition.
He won them back to back, within nine months of each other. In just
four years he has gone from his first road trip, to headlining some
of the best clubs across the country. After just one appearance, he
became a favorite on the "Bob and Tom Radio Show", syndicated
to over 100 markets nation wide. In 1996 he was chosen to open for President
Clinton when he spoke to over two thousand supporters at the Paramount
Theater in Seattle. He is a true stand out
Crowe's comedy is a "Cirque de Surreal". In one show I saw bull riding as an Olympic event, Grandparents rocking out to Led Zepplin, a gynecologist gunned down by a fetus and Pearl Jam singing in the sound of music. He truly transcends the art form. If you like your stand-ups to just stand-up - avoid this show!
was raised in the Pacific Northwest. He spent his summers on a small
boat exploring the many islands and inlets that clutter the coastline
between Washington and Alaska. At the age of twenty he spent the winter
living with the Cofan, a native tribe of the upper Amazon, then went
on to graduate from the University of Washington with a degree in English
Literature. After graduation he killed the travel bug by visiting forty-two
countries and learning to say "I love you" in six different
languages. But he always