Comedians Larry Omaha

Larry’s jokes come fast and furious! He hits every topic: stupid stereotypes, whacked out relatives, the horrors of computer dating, why Santa avoids Indian Reservations. Without using shocking language, he will have you in convulsions and tears. Some comics attack their audience but Larry engages his audience and takes them on a roller coaster comedy ride they’ll never forget.

His unique point of view on multi-ethnic America has garnered numerous TV appearances and places him in great demand on the corporate circuit. His comical stories about this youth are hailed by the Los Angeles Times as “refreshing, funny and universal”. Omaha’s side-splitting jabs at everyday life inspired the Las Vegas Sun to label him “a very hip comic for the new millennium”.

The long-time stand-up comic and former TV writer lives in Los Angeles and says, “The rappers in my neighborhood are shooting each other over songs. Biggie Smalls, dead. Tupac Shakur, dead. It’s insane. You never hear about Los Lobos going after Santana! But I would like to see Queen Latifah slap some sense into Michael Jackson.”

Recent Venues and Famous TV Debuts

Television & Special Events

Television
Mind of Mencia
Chief Standing Bull
Comedy Central
Comic View
BET
Culture Clash
FOX – How the West was Lost
Geronamo
Discovery Channel
Stand Up Spotlight – VH1
Funny is Funny- Comedy Central
Trial of Standing Bear- Running Buffalo- NETV

FILM
As an actor, Larry is one of those unique talents who can send a film straight to obscurity. In “ Veteran’s Day” he portrayed a sadistic interrogator who burned the testicles of POW’s. In “Crack Me Up” Omaha found joy in smashing a cue stick over his girlfriend’s head. “How the West Was Lost” aired on PBS and gave viewers a chance to hear Larry’s voice-over talents as he portrayed a cowardly soldier and Geronimo.

 

 

 

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