North Charleston, SC
Posted 3 months ago
North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center
Matt Rife is an American stand-up comedian and actor renowned for his hilarious, satirical, and incisive wit. Since starting his career in 2003 as a 15-year-old at the Toledo Funny Bone in Ohio, Rife has gone on to become one of the most intriguing and innovative performers in comedy. Rife has used both his comedy and acting to great effect, appearing in multiple feature films, such as 2019's American Hangman, and on television shows like Comedy Central's Roast of Bruce Willis. Additionally, he has also performed on several late-night talk shows, such as Jimmy Kimmel Live and Conon O'Brien's Conan.
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