Comedian Chris D’Elia has taken it to another level over the past few years.
Growing up in Los Angeles, D’Elia was able to find some early work as an actor with small parts on “Chicago Hope,” “Boston Legal” and “Monk.” He started doing standup comedy in the L.A. area in 2006. D’Elia is a fast learner.
D’Elia spent the past few years as a prolific stand-up. His latest special, “Incorrigible,” was released on Netflix in 2015. He also taped a special with Comedy Central, “White Male, Black Comic” in 2013. D’Elia also had notable performances on the Comedy Central roast of Justin Bieber, “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” and Showtime’s “Live Nude Comedy.”
Many people also know D’Elia from his role as Danny in NBC’s sitcom, “Undateable,” which ran for three seasons. His other television credits include co-starring with Whitney Cummings on “Whitney,” Comedy Central’s “Workaholics,” and TBS’s “Glory Daze.”
The stand-up comedian will perform at 8 p.m. Oct. 28 at the University at Buffalo Center for the Arts. Tickets $32 general, $19 for students.