Rich is best known for his performances on cable television comedy programs, frequently appearing on Comedy Central’s “Short Attention Span Theater,” A&E;’s “Comedy On The Road,” and MTV’s “Half Hour Comedy Hour,” among others. He is also known as “The Corporate Chameleon,” entertaining corporate clients.
Steve Marshall has appeared on CNBC’s “The Open Show,” FOX’s “Blind Date” and the CBS National Sunday Evening News. This multi-talented comic also wrote and directed a short film entitled “Get the Script to Woody Allen,” which won the 2003 Long Island Film Festival and was a 2003 Academy Award® nominee. Influenced by Steve Martin, Rodney Dangerfield and Bruce Lee, Steve credits his two grandmothers as his true inspiration.
John Pate was the head writer for TNN’s “Laff TV” as well as their highest rated “Country Kitchen.” His many credits include “Nashville Now,” “General Hospital,” “PM Magazine” and “Don Kirschner’s Rock Concert.” John has also written and released his unique musical contributions such as “One Day When You Swing That Skillet, My Face Ain’t Gonna’ Be There.”
Show times for the Riviera Comedy Club are 8:00 and 10 p.m. Tickets are $24.99 plus tax and fee. Ask about our dinner/show combinations. For more information call the Riviera Box Office at 877-892-7469, or go to www.rivierahotel.com. All guests must be at least 18 years of age.