Ari Shaffir leaves no doubt about his past, sharing his experiences growing up as a conservative Orthodox Jew. Proclaiming to be a member of the “most victim race of all time”, Ari relishes stories about sexual escapades and living the life of a grown-up child. Producing two self-titled comedy specials (“Ari Shaffir: Paid Regular” and “Ari Shaffir: Passive Aggressive”) and playing The Amazing Racist in Comedy Central’s movie “InAPPropriate Comedy”, there’s little doubt that Ari has made it as a comedian.
Ari Shaffir has also made his presence known in a ton of top-notch comedy festivals. His crowd-pleasing performances at Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and the San Francisco SketchFest allowed him to get out and develop an incredibly loyal fan base. His demand at comedy festivals is only surpassed by his viral video on YouTube as The Amazing Racist for National Lampoon.
Ari Shaffir also has made the rounds on iTunes with his podcast “Skeptic Tank”. With more than 1,670 five-star reviews, Ari has little to worry about when it comes to quality control. Discussing anything and everything with guest comics like Nick Mullen, his show meanders from tenement housing in New York City to the life of a transgender teen. Basically, nothing is off limits or too serious to become a punchline.
Don’t want to travel to a comedy festival (seriously, you should though) to get Ari Shaffir’s unique brand of comedy in-person? It’s okay because Ari regularly performs at some of the best comedy clubs in NYC. Past appearances have included NYC comedy clubs like Stand Up NY and The Stand NYC.
The easiest way to get tickets for Ari Shaffir’s upcoming performances at comedy shows in NYC is to check out Best Comedy Tickets’ NYC Comedy Schedule; regularly updated with Ari Shaffir’s upcoming shows. When Ari Shaffir is performing his stand up comedy in NYC. He’s a regular at New York Comedy Club, The Stand NYC, Stand UP NY, Comedy Cellar.