Hannibal Buress

stand-up comedian

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Comedian and actor known for his roles on Comedy Central's Broad City and Adult Swim's The Eric Andre Show

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Hannibal Buress says he stopped drinking after he got arrested in Miami.

Comedian Hannibal Buress on getting arrested, quitting alcohol, and escaping 2020

Hannibal Buress says he stopped drinking after he got arrested in Miami.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Comedian Hannibal Buress is a cast member on Comedy Central’s Broad City as well as the co-host of The Eric Andre Show on Adult Swim. In the midst of a nationwide stand up tour, he laid out the similarities between hip hop and comedy, from lyricism and pacing to crowd interaction in his Guest DJ set.

Hannibal Buress

Comedian Hannibal Buress is a cast member on Comedy Central’s Broad City as well as the co-host of The Eric Andre Show on Adult Swim. In the midst of a nationwide stand up tour, he laid out the similarities between hip hop and comedy, from lyricism and pacing to crowd interaction in his Guest DJ set.

from Guest DJ Project

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