Who does this guy think he is?
While merely a teenager, Brent Gill was a steel worker by day and exotic dancer by night. His goal: Immortality. However, a lingering knee injury suffered during a particularly erotic shimmy to Ginuwine’s “Pony,” as well as an expanding waistline made it clear that Brent Gill’s dancing days neared an end. Initially his attempts at nude, comedic, interpretive dance failed, but he quickly found confidence behind the mic as a more traditional standup comedian. Though slightly less erotic than his previous endeavors, Brent’s onstage charisma and energy will leave audiences aroused and entranced.
Brent Gill has devoted his life to comedy. This enables him to report back to audiences on the terrible decisions and ridiculous insights that make up his daily existence. Brent made his television debut on Viceland’s Flophouse in April 2016 and has been described as a “paragon of the Denver comedy scene” by the Westword. He is regular headliner at the Denver Comedy Works and produces/hosts the Boulder Comedy Show, called a Top Ten Comedy Show of 2015 and The Best of Boulder 2016 by the Denver Westword. His comedy-news show, Infauxmation, has been called a “Best Bet Comedy Show” by the Denver Post and appears regularly at Comedy Works and The Creek and the Cave in New York City. He was selected to perform at the 22nd annual Telluride Blues and Brews festival, as well as a three-time invitee to the High Plains Comedy Festival. In May 2016, Brent opened for Dave Chappelle and Ron White at the downtown Comedy Works in a drunken night that yielded over 300 “Likes” on his Facebook post. You should probably check him out.
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