NYC Comedy Club that Welcomed Louis C.K. After Scandal Says ‘No’ to Cosby Appearance

NYC Comedy Club that Welcomed Louis C.K. After Scandal Says ‘No’ to Cosby Appearance


Bill Cosby’s team has signaled that the disgraced comedian is planning to revive his stand-up career now that he is out of prison. But Noam Dworman, owner of New York City’s famed Comedy Cellar, says Cosby won’t be mounting a comeback in his club.

The Greenwich neighborhood venue, which has played host to everyone from Robin Williams to Jerry Seinfeld to Chris Rock, has developed a reputation as a starting point for comedians looking to reboot their careers after a scandal.

In 2018, it welcomed Aziz Ansari and Louis C.K. to perform after both comedians were accused of sexual misconduct.  The C.K. set, in particular, led to a barrage of negative press for Dworman, who received death threats in the wake of the event.

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Comedy fans were clearly happy to see C.K., who received a 15-minute standing ovation, but many legacy media outlets slammed the club for the decision.

“‘Comeback’ is not the right word for what is being floated here,” Amanda Hess

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