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Andrew Ginsburg: Pumping Irony II
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Andrew Ginsburg: Pumping Irony II

Andrew Ginsburg: Pumping Irony II

Tuesday, Sep 17, 2013 7:30 PM EDT 2013-09-17T19:30
, New York, NY

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ANDREW GINSBURG: PUMPING IRONY II

Andrew Ginsburg is a stand-up comedian/actor/writer, champion bodybuilder and fitness expert who has performed in comedy clubs and colleges across the country.


“A woman came up to me the other day and says “Andrew, you look tired. That’s because Mercury is in retrograde” I said, really? It’s not cause I was up watching lesbian porn til 5 in the morning?”

I saw this kid wearing a t-shirt, saying, everyone loves a Jewish boy. I was like dude, have you heard of the holocaust?"

Just some of his club performances: Caroline‘s on Broadway, The Comedy Connection, The Comedy Studio, The Comic Strip Live, Nick‘s Comedy Store, The Comedy Cellar, The Comedy Palace, New York Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy Club, Governor‘s Comedy Cabaret, The Improv, Standup New York, Boston University and William Patterson University, Adelphi University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Bard College.

His TV appearances include “Saturday Night Live“ where he was recently seen in the “Tebow” sketch as Denver Broncos player #98. He was also in the digital short “The Creep“ with Nicki Minhaj, John Waters, and Andy Samberg, and several other SNL shorts as a shirtless gay Spartan warrior, Roman guard, and male model. (It pays to be funny and be a champion body builder.) He has also appeared on “The Sopranos,“ “All My Children,“ “As The World Turns,“ “The Guiding Light,“ and “One Life to Live."

Andrew combines the best of his talents in his daily fitness blog that's so funny you might just pull a muscle reading it. Check it out here: http://www.andrewginsburg.com.  He has also been published in the New York Times "Metropolitan Diary" section.

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