Posted: August 1st, 2006 By: Comedy Union | No Comments »
Ripe for a career not unlike ‘Weird Al’ or Adam Sandler…Eric Schwartz is a real blockbuster talent waiting to be marketed at the very highest of levels for his inter-generational, cross-cultural appeal. Very physical and very daring, this guy is phenomenal…he’s going to be huge” Beverly Hills Outlook).
Eric Schwartz is more than meets the four eyes. He’s the guy in your office or class you never thought you’d see rocking the crowd into a frenzy at the local karaoke bar.
It’s hard to keep such a rare performer a secret, as Schwartz is already gaining popularity on national TV and radio, with appearances on BET’s “Comic View,” “The Sharon Osbourne Show” (The WB), “The John Henson Project” (Spike TV), “Live in Hollywood” (UPN), “Guy Torry’s Phat Comedy Tuesdays DVD,” “Latino Laugh Festival” (Si TV), and “Loco Comedy Jam” (Mun2) and tears the roof off top comedy clubs, including The Improv, Laugh Factory, Caroline’s, Catch a Rising Star, Comedy Store and many more. He is also the voice of the MGM distributed series, “Animal Atlas.”
Radio stations are taking sips of Smooth-E, as his comedy bits and songs are broadcast on top-market stations and across the country on All Comedy Radio, XM Satellite Radio and Premiere Radio Networks. Felli Fel, one of the nation’s most respected hip-hop DJs, spins Smooth-E’s tracks regularly on his night show on Los Angeles Power106 and uses them on his “Heavy Hitters” mixtape series.
Using his many voices and personas, he writes, produces and performs syndicated comedy pieces for hundreds of stations. His music and comedy have also been featured on TV morning shows from WPIX in New York to Fox 11’s “Good Day L.A.”Category: Comic Profiles | Tags: Eric Schwartz