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Krakow. Poland Stand-up
Poor kid from a family of ten, Bob leaves a one-movie theater western Pennsylvania steel mill town and through sheer fortitude and drive becomes a headlining comedian and movie actor and producer. Bob’s vast array of experience in the entertainment world has lead him on to a role in Martin Scorsese’s 1990 blockbuster film “Goodfellas”. In his relentless pursuit of the role he landed, was quoted by Ed Masley of the Pittsburgh Press, describing what led him to his part. “I didn’t know any better” Golub says of his first interview with the casting director. “I went in there dressed as “Jimmy the Gent” with 2,000 cash and a gun. Howard Stern, called Bob’s story on how he got the part, one of the greatest Hollywood stories. Bob developed and produced the first stand-up comedy show for the deaf and hard of hearing people in 1983 becoming an annual event in NYC and now in Los Angeles. The show grew into a multiple day event featuring many of the most recognizable comics in the country, including Bill Burr, Dave Chappelle, Patrice O’Neal, Joy Behar and Ray Romano. Over that time we raised over a million dollars for the cause, while also making stand-up comedy accessible to tens of thousands of deaf and hard of hearing people.
Since moving to Los Angeles, he was a special guest performer on three Evening at the Improv’s.
Budd Friedman founder of the Improv, called Bob one of the most unique comics working today. Bob headlines the top comedy clubs and casino’s and the only comic to perform stand-up in Rahway State Penitentiary. He is featured in national commercials and recently guest-starred on CBS's Scorpion. His film, “Die Laughing” he starred and directed was released Worldwide.
and recently in the film the little things, with Denzel Washington.
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