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About Dan Rothenberg

Dan Rothenberg's career in Stand-up Comedy began in 1997 and has taken him all around the world and onto national television. Dan is excited to be performing with his idol Richard Lewis April 26-29 at the Ft. Lauderdale Improv. He can also be seen in his highly acclaimed one-person play, "Regretrosexual". This labor of love received rave reviews in San Francisco and continues to in Los Angeles. Most recently, Dan was featured in an article with Billy Crystal in the Los Angeles Times.

Dan was brought up in the suburbs of Detroit Michigan in the 1980's. After graduating from college, Dan decided to take a one-year detour from his graduate studies in psychology and moved to San Francisco where he had access to stand-up open mikes. Grad school never happened but within three years Dan climbed to the top of the comedy scene working regularly at the Punchline and Cobbs Comedy Club. Working in San Francisco gave Dan the opportunity to perform with headliners such as Mitch Hedberg, Dave... Read More »

Dan Rothenberg's career in Stand-up Comedy began in 1997 and has taken him all around the world and onto national television. Dan is excited to be performing with his idol Richard Lewis April 26-29 at the Ft. Lauderdale Improv. He can also be seen in his highly acclaimed one-person play, "Regretrosexual". This labor of love received rave reviews in San Francisco and continues to in Los Angeles. Most recently, Dan was featured in an article with Billy Crystal in the Los Angeles Times.

Dan was brought up in the suburbs of Detroit Michigan in the 1980's. After graduating from college, Dan decided to take a one-year detour from his graduate studies in psychology and moved to San Francisco where he had access to stand-up open mikes. Grad school never happened but within three years Dan climbed to the top of the comedy scene working regularly at the Punchline and Cobbs Comedy Club. Working in San Francisco gave Dan the opportunity to perform with headliners such as Mitch Hedberg, Dave Attell, Jake Johansen, Brett Butler, Robin Williams, and George Lopez who requested Dan regularly. Dan was also featured in a number of articles in the SF Chronicle, SF Examiner, SF Weekly, and the Bay Area Reporter.

In 2001 Dan decided it was time to move to Los Angeles to get his comedy on the screen. He quickly landed a spot on NBC's Late Friday. He also was a semifinalist in Comedy Central's Laugh Riots Contest and again in 2002. Dan performs all over Los Angeles including the Hollywood Improv where he has shared the stage with Drew Carey. He also recently opened for Lewis Black at the enormous Hilton Theater in Reno.

In 2005, "Regretrosexual" opened to sold out crowds in San Francisco and continues strong in Los Angeles in 2006. Dan has received great reviews in ten major newspapers/magazines including the LA Weekly, Frontiers Magazine, In Los Angeles Magazine, SF Bay Times, and In Magazine.