J Anthony Brown Reopens The J Spot Comedy Club!

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(LOS ANGELES, CA – May 12, 2014) – On May 21st J Anthony Brown reopens his Los Angeles comedy club.  Comedians that have performed at the J Spot in the past are Chris Tucker, Mike Epps, Michael Coylar, George Wallace, and many more. The club closed at the first of the year after J was thinking about shutting it down. After further consideration and the calls from comedians and club patrons about how much they missed the laughter, J decided to reopen the doors to J Spot Comedy Club.

J. Anthony Brown is a comedian, actor, and writer who has appeared on numerous TV shows and Films. He currently plays Maurice on the The Rickey Smiley Show on TV One.   Also he appeared on hit shows such as House of Payne, Moesha, Martin, The Parkers and many others.

Brown, was in the 2012 hit film Think Like a Man and has appeared in films such as Madea Goes to Jail, XXX: State of The Union, and How to be a Player.   He is most known for his role as Mr. Wade in the hit 2002 film Drumline. Brown, has written for the Arsenio Hall Show, Me and the Boys, The Parent ‘Hood, and Steve Harvey’s Big Time Challenge.   In addition to being in front of the camera J. Anthony Brown can be heard alongside Tom Joyner on the Tom Joyner Morning Show.

“Los Angeles can be a tough market at times for me because the Tom Joyner show is not on the air in the LA market. I do extremely well on the east coast, mid-west and South but LA is tough. However comedy is my heart and so is the club. I’m really excited about the club’s new approach at bringing the funny”

Join us at the reopening of the J Spot at 5581 W. Manchester Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90045. Happy hour is 4:30-7:30pm and the Comedy Show starts at 8:30pm.
Visit www.jspotcomedyclub.com, facebook.com/jspotcomedyclub, or follow @jspotcomedyclub

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