David DiLorenzo - Bio
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David DiLorenzo is a natural stand-up comedian. He started out like most comedians,as the "Class Clown" in the fourth grade and has been making people laugh ever since. He got his first big comedy break on June 4,1982 when legendary comic Rodney Dangerfield, performing in Providence, answered the young comedian's request to come on stage and try his own "Rodney" impression. David did just that and nailed it. Rodney was very impressed.
So much so, that he told David to make sure he continues his career in comedy. He took Rodney's words to heart and has been traveling the country as a headliner for the past 25 years.
David uses material from his own life experiences and enjoys poking fun at himself. His favorite topics are Marriage & Relationships, Dieting, NASA, Sports, Growing up Italian, Mob Movies & Television Commercials. David loves to include the audience in his act, but he never embarrasses them personally. David began his comedy career working with dozens of talented Boston area comedians in the early 1980's.Since then he has performed with such well known comedians as, Pat Cooper, Harland Williams, Dom Irrera, Frank Santorelli, Steven Wright, Damon Wayans, Bobby Collins, Jimmie J.J. Walker, Joe Rogan, Jann Karam, Robert Klein, Anthony Clarke, Joe Piscopo, Paul D'Angelo & Lenny Clarke.
David started his career as an announcer in Radio Broadcasting in November,1983. He can perform over 100 voice impressions, having voiced hundreds of radio and television commercials.
David has also been a play-by-play and public address announcer for various professional sports teams, since 1985. He has worked as a voice-over artist on 30 videos with NFL Films from 1997-2000. Pictured here with the late, President of NFL Films, Steve Sabol,in 1997. During his time with NFL Films, David performed stand-up comedy at dozens of NFL Alumni events with hundreds of former NFL Hall of Fame players, including Jim Brown, Gale Sayers, Mike Ditka, Don Shula, "Mean" Joe Green, Willie Lanier, Raymond Berry & Terry Bradshaw.
David has been hired to sing the American and Canadian National Anthems at sporting events, nationwide. He most recently sang the Canadian and the U.S. National Anthems at Fenway Park in Boston, on Saturday, May 11, 2013 and on numerous occasions in Newport, RI for the Newport Gulls baseball team, 5 time champions of the NECBL...and he DJ's weddings, too.
David has many unique talents. He
has been a radio announcer since the age of 23, including a three year
stint narrating 30 different videos, with NFL Films from 1997-2000. He
has been performing as a stand-up comedian since 1983. He has
worked with many of the best known comedians of the past 50 years. In 2010 David toured the Northeast, as the opening act, for Rhode Island's legendary Rock & Roll band, Steve Smith and The Nakeds which featured
the late, Clarence Clemons (pictured) from Bruce Springsteen's E. Street Band. He has recently set out to do
some acting. He can already be seen in a very funny web/series called Bread, Butter & Bullets. He was cast to play a bookie named Bobby "Pencils", a regular character on a new Television pilot for "Netflix" called "The Wise Guy Kitchen" being filmed in Tampa, Florida. He has also been cast as an enforcer, named "Skinny" Lanetti in an upcoming feature film called "The Italians" when filming begins in New York in Spring of 2016. David was also part of the cast that filmed a new comedy Web series called "Ghost Shrink" with the very funny, Fia Perera and Dava Krause. It was filmed on Cape Cod in January 2014. More episodes will be filmed in Hollywood in the coming months.. ! If you choose to hire David to perform at your special event, please contact him at 401.226.6136 or by email at [email protected]