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Adam Ferrara was a series regular as Chief Needles Nelson on the Emmy-nominated hit FX TV show ‘Rescue Me,’, which aired its final season in 2011. He is also the host of History’s hit BBC import “Top Gear.”

Ferrara has been praised for his impeccable comedic timing and superior acting chops.  At the Television Critics Association, Denis Leary was quoted as saying, “Adam Ferrara is a great comedian, but he’s really pissing me off now because he’s become such a great dramatic actor.”

Some of Adam’s screen roles have included: Universal Pictures’ ‘Definitely Maybe’ with Ryan Reynolds and Isla Fisher.  And in Sony’s smash hit movie with Kevin James, ‘Paul Blart: Mall Cop.’
Ferrara began his career on NBC’s ‘Caroline In The City.’  Since then, he has appeared as a series regular on the critically acclaimed ABC series ‘The Job,’ guest starring on NBC’s ‘Law And Order,’ a frequent guest star on CBS hit ‘The King Of Queens,’ and ABC’s ‘Ugly Betty.’

Adam Ferrara is a regular on everybody’s favorite shows:  ‘The Tonight Show’ with Jay Leno, ‘Late Show’ with David Letterman, ‘Comedy Central,’ ‘The View’ and ‘Rachel Ray,’ just to name a few. The two-time nominee for best male stand-up by the American Comedy Awards, always brings the stage to life with his honest, clever and fearless perspective on family, relationships and himself.

Friday, March 23, 2017 @ 10:15PM | Cobb’s Comedy Club | Tickets can be purchased here

All shows are 18 & over with valid photo ID.
There is a two drink minimum per person.
Cameras and video/audio recording devices are not permitted.

Winners must check in no later than 45 minutes prior to the show to be guaranteed on their free tickets.

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