Dave Chappelle Sets Record For Longest Stand-Up Show

December 2007
Jet;12/24/2007, Vol. 112 Issue 25, p44
The article reports that African American comedian Dave Chappelle broke the endurance record by telling jokes on stage for six hours and 12 minutes. He broke the record at the Laugh Factory comedy club in Los Angeles, California. Club owner Jamie Masada stated that Chappelle beat his record because he heard that comedian Dane Cook was going to attempt to break it. Chappelle told the audience he has been traveling the world since ending his sketch comedy television show "Chappelle Show."


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