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Giulia Rozzi “Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring” Performance [Video]

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Giulia Rozzi discusses having a baby later in life and how going to the beach makes her feel old.

Giulia Rozzi is a comedian, writer, actress, producer, host, and new mom, aka a lady that wears many hats (and vintage jumpsuits). She has appeared on Conan, Chelsea Lately, Comedy Central’s Lights Out With David Spade and This Is Not Happening, TBS, IFC, TruTV, TV Land, Lifetime, TBS and lots of Vh1 talking head shows. She has written for MTV’s Girl Code and Silent Library, TV Land’s Younger and Bravo’s Odd Mom Out and has been published in The New Yorker, Refinery29, Esquire, BUST Magazine and xoJane. Her comedy album True Love was named one of Sirius XM’s best. She also created the critically acclaimed solo show Bad Bride, co-hosted the long running story-telling show Stripped Stories and hosted the podcasts Hopefully We Don’t Break Up and Should I Get Bangs. When she’s not touring you can see her performing at The Comedy Store in LA and, if you want to get deep, check out her TEDx talk about humor and healing.

Half-hour stand-up specials have been a staple of the Comedy Central brand since the 90s. Even though the name of the TV show changed a few times and the airings have shifted online. Regardless, they are still alive and going strong.

Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents, formerly known as The Half Hour, is an American stand-up comedy television series that airs on Comedy Central in the United States. The program features various stand-up comedians in each episode. It replaced the similar program Comedy Central Presents in 2012.

Every episode features an up-and-coming comedian or sometimes a group performing an original set of stand-up. The first four seasons of the show where filmed at the Royale theatre in Boston, Massachusetts. Beginning with the fifth season, the comedians now perform their sets at the Civic Theatre in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was announced that a sixth season was picked up with 14 new stand-up comedians given their own set. It was also announced that the show will be retitled Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents.

The Half Hour shines a spotlight on some of the funniest and most unusual voices in stand-up comedy.

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