#007b Comedian George Hamm Part 2: The Passions of George

George Hamm Lounged with LannaLee and Got a Couch!

George Hamm Lounged with LannaLee and Got a Couch!

Still in an undisclosed location in a basement in Maine, George and Lanna discuss about who’s funny, what’s funny and why comics don’t laugh at jokes. They chat about their Dads and spirituality. George talks about his creative process and how he feels like a superhero. And he answers 10 questions. Part 2 of 2.

Here is Part 2 of my lounging with Comedian George Hamm. If you want to listen to the awesome first episode, #007a Comedian George Hamm Part 1: Adventures in the Combat Zone, click here.

George Hamm is well known to Maine audiences as a frequent visitor to Portland’s Comedy Connection. Hamm has performed his comedy routines across the U.S. including the Bellagio in Las Vegas, the Improv in Los Angeles, The Comedy Store and the Laugh Factory in Hollywood and the Laugh Factory in Hawaii. In the past few years George has taken his act international, performing comedy tours in China and Mexico. In August of 2007 one of George’s lifelong dreams became a reality when he performed on Broadway, under the big bright lights of Times Square in New York City! A local comic headliner, Hamm has opened for the bands Cheap Trick, Tower of Power and blues legend Leon Redbone and for comedians Jay Mohr, Robert Schimmel, Bob Marley, Kevin Nealon, Anthony Clark and Harland Williams. Hamm has appeared in three independent films over the past several years Sundowning, Open-Mic, and Pennyweight, all of which are available on DVD!

The 411: George Hamm

Here is where you can find George online.

[Recorded 04/10/2012 Part 2 of 2]
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