Running Late with Scott Rogowsky: Brooklynâs Live Late Night Comedy Talk Show

Running Late with Scott Rogowsky: Brooklyn’s Live Late Night Comedy Talk Show

Comedian Scott Rogowsky (ABC's "Would You Fall For That?"), his sidekick/dad Marty, and his band The Musical Guests welcome New York City's finest actors, authors, filmmakers, comedians, musicians, pizza tour guides, sex bloggers, and otherwise interesting people to Littlefield's couch for some chit, some chat, and a whole lot of laughs.

Past guests have included Chris Elliott, David Cross, Amber Tamblyn, Jim Gaffigan, Gilbert Gottfried, Janeane Garofalo, Reggie Watts, Michael Showalter, Rachel Dratch, Judah Friedlander, David Wain, A.J. Jacobs, R.L. Stine, Andrew W.K., Todd Barry, Ted Alexandro, Wyatt Cenac, Al Madrigal, Nathan Fielder, Tom Scharpling, Tucker Max, and Big Ang.

Artie Lange

Comedian, actor, writer, producer, entrepreneur, radio personality. Those are just a few ways to describe this prolific talent who continues his rise in the entertainment industry. One of the most sought after live comedians and talk show guests, Artie Lange was a member of “The Howard Stern Show” for almost a decade and has followed this with his current gig on The Artie Lange Show, and in that time Lange’s popularity has skyrocketed.

Lange began his career in the comedy clubs of New York City, where he helped to create the popular sketch comedy group Live On Tape, after writing and performing with other troupes, including Midnight Madness and The Improvables. Lange’s breakout work with Live On Tape led to his being cast as one of the original series regulars on Fox’s “MADtv,” on which he made his television debut.

The success of Lange on “MADtv” led to him being cast opposite Norm MacDonald in Lange’s first starring role in the MGM feature film “Dirty Work.” This led to a string of feature films, including New Line’s “The Bachelor,” starring opposite Chris O’Donnell and Renee Zellweger; “Lost and Found” with David Spade, for Warner Brothers; Kinka Usher’s “Mystery Men;” and the independent drama “The Fourth Floor,” opposite Juliette Lewis and William Hurt. Lange has also had supporting roles in the Dreamworks feature film “Old School,” starring Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell, as well as New Line Cinema’s “Elf,” also starring Ferrell. He also reunited with MacDonald as a series regular on “Norm” (ABC).

When “Norm” finished its run, Lange came back to New York City and began sitting in regularly as a guest comedian on the nationally syndicated program, “The Howard Stern Show.” In October of 2001 he became a regular member of the show.

Lange starred, co-wrote and produced his own feature film, “Beer League,” to rave reviews. Richard Roeper gave it “Thumbs Up,” and the readers of the New York Times have rated it four out of five stars. Variety said, “the pic offers a trip back in time to a pre-PC and feminist era when men were sexist Neanderthals, women supported them from the sidelines and the guy with the biggest mouth scored.” Lange is also a regular guest on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “The Best Damn Sports Show, Period.” He was also a guest roaster on Comedy Central’s roasts of Hugh Hefner and William Shatner. Continuing his hot streak, Lange recently shot episodes of the critically acclaimed hit series “Entourage” for HBO and the season finale of “Rescue Me” for F/X.

Lange also has produced his own concert DVD titled “Artie Lange: It’s The Whiskey Talkin’,” which includes a raucous, sold-out, stand-up performance, a behind the scenes look at some of Lange’s gigs and the award-winning short film “Gameday,” which Lange wrote, produced and stars in. He continues to sell out venues across the United States performing his stand-up comedy. Another milestone for Lange was selling out his performance at Carnegie Hall in three hours for a November 9, 2006 headline performance, as part of the New York Comedy Festival.

In 2008, Artie’s first book, “Too Fat to Fish,” was released. The book is a collection of narrative episodes from throughout Lange’s life, from his childhood to his USO trip to Afghanistan in July 2008. The foreword is written by Howard Stern and debuted at number one on the New York Times bestseller list under hardcover non-fiction. Most recently, Artie starred in his own special, available on CD/DVD, “Jack and Coke.”

Raekwon (Wu-Tang Clan)

Corey Woods aka Raekwon The Chef, has been a staple in the Entertainment industry since his debut in 1993 as an integral part in undeniably one of the greatest Hip-Hop groups to date, the legendary Wu-Tang Clan. Rae’s verbal ability took center stage early in the original cult classic Protect Ya Neck, but little did the world know, that we were merely indulging in delicious appetizers delivered by Rae. It wasn’t until 1995, when Raekwon The Chef emerged from the kitchen and invited the Hip-Hop faithful into his personal chamber and the world was privileged to partake in the perfectly sautéed full course meal… Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.

To follow up this success, Rae later released Immobiliarity in 1999 and The Lex Diamond Story in 2003. All of these lyrical offerings were well received; Immobilarity going gold, yet there was always the persistent request of the fans to release a follow up to the classis OBFCL. After anticipation and some label turbulence, The Chef finally found a new home at the EMI Group. The seasoned label has joined forces with Raekwon and his independent label, Ice H2O Records Inc. to power the sequel to his 1995 masterpiece: Only Built 4 Cuban Linx.

With a renewal rarely seen in the music industry, Raekwon has experienced a career resurgence few have ever witnessed. With an ever-growing fan base, Rae’s music has managed to place him back on the forefront of Hip Hop’s elite. Having been featured on countless features in 2010, Rae has lent his talents to fellow musicians: Kanye West, Bun B, Fat Joe, Justin Beiber and participated with is Wu Brothers, Ghostface and Method Manin the highly anticipated, Wu Massacre.

Max Silvestri

Max Silvestri is a comedian, writer and actor living in Brooklyn. New York Magazine called him one of the "Ten Comedians People Find Funny," which means at least one person who works at a magazine thinks he is funny. For a long time he hosted a popular video podcast for VH1 called "Best Night Ever," which was big with high school students and still gets him lots of unsettling Facebook requests. Max writes a weekly column about how much loves eating and drinking for the Onion's AV Club NY and also takes writing about "Top Chef" for the website Eater too seriously. He's also written for Gawker, the Huffington Post and other places. Along with Gabriel Delahaye, he makes videos as Gabe & Max for places like Details Magazine. Max has been in some TV commercials. He co-hosts Big Terrific, Time Out New York's Best New Variety Show, every Wednesday in Williamsburg alongside Gabe Liedman and SNL's Jenny Slate.

Andrew Jenks

Andrew Jenks is an award-winning American film maker.

Julie Alexandria

Julie Alexandria is a Host and television personality who specializes in Sports, Pop Culture, Fashion, and all things Geek-tastic.

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Wednesday, November 20 · Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:15 PM at Littlefield