gagster


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someone who writes comic material for public performers

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This was followed by a committee effort, for I cannot believe that only one gagster dreamt this whole bit up:
The great Russian gagster, Anton Chekhov, wrote in Uncle Vanya: ``When a women isn't beautiful, people always say, `You have lovely hair'.
Globe-trotting gagster Shazia has become a recognisable face on TV since giving up a career as a science teacher to make people laugh for a living.
But for pure comedy gold nothing beats Brucie's dazzling quick-fire repartee with wisecracking gagster Tess Daly.
Vidyut Jamwal, who shows up on screen as a Russian honcho in gun business, has little room to demonstrate his prowess as an established high-profile criminal and his physical strength against budding gagster Billa.
The Cardiff-based gagster is playing a series of local gigs, kicking off at the 'Stute this weekend.
He is a superstar of stage, radio and television, accomplished Shakespearean actor, record-breaking gagster and chart-topping hit maker.
ain's STEFANO PAOLINI is one of Brit youngest and brightest new impressionists and was runner-up Channel 4's So You Think You're Funn competition at Edinburgh last year joins Robert Broderick, Barry Do natural gagster Joe Wilkinson in Coventry next week for Stand Up Wednesdays at Careys, Hertford Place, Earlsdon.
That is the sort of timing Bob Hope would have been proud of - though the American gagster was at least trying to be funny.
Joining Des are veteran gagster Ronnie Corbett, Dead Ringers impressionist Jon Culshaw, award- winning comedian and host of Your Face Or Mine Jimmy Carr, and Radio 4 comedy duo Hudson and Pepperdine, making their primetime television debut.
He's followed next week by Black Country gagster Andy Robinson who supported the likes of Jack Dee, Lenny Henry and Mark Lamarr.
Be prepared to have jokes played on you once people discover you're a gagster.
Globe-trotting gagster Shazia, daughter of first-generation Pakistani immigrants and a trained biochemist, has become a recognisable face on TV since giving up a career as a science teacher to make people laugh for a living.
I'll concede that Alex's dire routine is funnier than last week's junior gagster, Charlie Whernam, but that's not saying much.
Hope's army of PR men laboured to promote his "good guy" image, painting him as an amiable gagster devoted to his wife and children.