The Black Jew Jew Review is three New York City based comedians with twelve opinions. (One for The Black, five and a half for each Jew; therapy.) It all started when the three amigos went to get pizza after a show. Rap music came up, and The Black was shocked to learn that the Jews had opinions about his music. Hilarious arguments quickly ensued, and they decided to do a web series, because there just aren’t enough talking heads on the internet.
The Black Jew Jew Review releases a new episode every Saturday. It launched on February 1, 2014 in honor of Black History Month. (That was the Jews’ idea, not The Black’s. The Black plans to even the score on Yom Kipur.)
Ben Rosenfeld’s stand up comedy is an eclectic blend of smart, strange and immigrant characters that at times feel a bit too real. Ben tries to make sense of the world by combining his family’s experience as Russian immigrants and his knack for getting people to open up and say ridiculous things. Ben has been filmed for TruTV’s All Worked Up and Comedy Time Tv. He has headlined at Caroline’s on Broadway, hosted at the Lincoln Center and performs nightly in New York City. Ben is a co-host of a weekly podcast, The Passive Aggressive Podcast and recently released his first comedy album, Neuro Comedy, both of which are available on iTunes.
Reg is a standup comedian and a native New Yorker. His style is best described as “thought provoking, middle-class humor with an edge.” He can be seen regularly at Gotham Comedy Club and New York Comedy Club. He has participated in The Big Sky Comedy Festival (2013), The Great American Comedy Festival (2012), Laugh Your Asheville Off (2012), the New York Comedy contest (2009, 2010, 2011) and the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas (2010, 2011, 2012). He has also written for BET Networks. In addition to comedy, Reg has acted in TV (“Damages”/F/X), commercials (McDonalds, Southwest, Bob Evans, Jose Cuervo, Staples, Barclays, Apple, New York Lottery, Macys, Avis, Vonage (which won an award at the Cannes Film Festival and nominated as one of the funniest commercials of the year by TBS), Google (which received 1,500,000 hits on the first day of posting)), movies (“The Creation”), and theatrical productions (“Thunder and Lightning”).
David Far’s stand up is a unique blend of intelligence, rage, and commentary from his Chinese wife. For the past four years, he’s performed regularly from New York City (Greenwich Village Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club and Broadway Comedy Club) to Key West, FL. David has been heard on Broadway Comedy Club Radio and is the co-writer of Garden Variety Comedy.