"I talk about politics, music, sports," Landesberg says. "I try to keep current and talk about what's happening. Sometimes what I do ...tonight might be gone already tomorrow. And the audience lets you know that. You think, 'I just got a big laugh with that yesterday. Where did it go?' "
Landesberg, 51, has been doing stand-up since 1969. He was among the comedians and musical entertainers who were regulars at the original Improvisation club in New York City.For Landesberg, success and public recognition came relatively quickly. He did his first "Tonight" show in December, 1971.
"Before that I worked in a lot of hotels, as an assistant credit manager. That's part clerk, cop and manager. To check out scam artists and bad credit cards, that was my early police training to train for playing a fictional cop."
For Landesberg, success and public recognition came relatively quickly. He did his first "Tonight" show in December, 1971.
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