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April 26, 2022
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Get out your Yiddish-English dictionary and join Mark and Lowell as they talk with Elon Gold, the hilarious and talented stand-up comedian, impressionist and actor about life, love and the dangers of working while Jewish.  

Elon has been on innumerable TV shows including  starring roles in two network series, “Stacked” and “In-Laws,” numerous appearances on “The Tonight Show,” “The Late Late Show,” a recurring role on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and has his own comedy special, “Chosen and Taken” on Amazon Prime.

Recorded before the death of beloved Gilbert Gottfried, Elon does an impression of him that will make you think Gilbert himself was in the studio. And nothing will brighten your week like the surprise guest appearance by Elon’s parents. It would be a shanda to miss this episode.

Follow Elon everywhere you can:
https://twitter.com/ElonGold
https://www.tiktok.com/@elongold
https://www.instagram.com/elongold/
https://www.elongold.com/

Your hosts:
Mark Schiff
https://markschiff.com
https://twitter.com/markschiff
https://instagram.com/markschiff1

Lowell Benjamin
https://twitter.com/lowellcbenjamin
https://instagram.com/lowellcbenjamin

Check out Mark’s book
“I Killed: True Stories of the Road from America’s Top Comics”
https://www.amazon.com/Killed-True-Stories-Americas-Comics-ebook/dp/B0024NP5DI

 

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