BOB BIGGERSTAFF and Orlando Villareal

Bob Biggerstaff began his comedy career at the legendary Laff Stop Comedy Club... as a doorman. After a few months "manning the door" he started to perform at the Laff Stop open mic night and developed his self-deprecating, sports-related style. Bob quickly became one of Houston's top comics winning the Funniest Person in Houston Contest.

He has been successful in many comedy competitions becoming a national finalist in Sierra Mist's "Search For the Next Great Comic", HBO's "The Lucky 21", and Comedy Central's "Open Mic Fight". Bob made his national television debut on NBC's hit show Last Comic Standing and was seen on Dave Attell's HBO special "Captain Miserable" (he's the guy throwing glitter on Dave at the end). Then came appearances on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham", a semifinal appearance on Last Comic Standing, NESN's Comedy All-Stars, and the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show.

Most recently Bob was part of the inaugural Moontower Comedy & Oddity Fest in Austin, TX, The Just For Laughs Chicago Festival, and The Great American Comedy Festival in Johnny Carson’s hometown of Norfolk, NE.

Online ticket sales have been shut off because we are so close to show time!

For last-minute ticket availability, please call the club at 281-481-1188.

Age Requirement: 21 to drink, but only 18 to laugh! Under 18 with parent or guardian. You may call the reservation line to inquire about the appropriateness of shows for those under 18, but please remember that this is a live performance and adult topics and language are likely to occur. 281-481-1188

Bob Biggerstaff began his comedy career at the legendary Laff Stop Comedy Club... as a doorman. After a few months "manning the door" he started to perform at the Laff Stop open mic night and developed his self-deprecating, sports-related style. Bob quickly became one of Houston's top comics winning the Funniest Person in Houston Contest.

He has been successful in many comedy competitions becoming a national finalist in Sierra Mist's "Search For the Next Great Comic", HBO's "The Lucky 21", and Comedy Central's "Open Mic Fight". Bob made his national television debut on NBC's hit show Last Comic Standing and was seen on Dave Attell's HBO special "Captain Miserable" (he's the guy throwing glitter on Dave at the end). Then came appearances on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham", a semifinal appearance on Last Comic Standing, NESN's Comedy All-Stars, and the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show.

Most recently Bob was part of the inaugural Moontower Comedy & Oddity Fest in Austin, TX, The Just For Laughs Chicago Festival, and The Great American Comedy Festival in Johnny Carson’s hometown of Norfolk, NE.

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