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Joe Parker

For other people named Joseph Parker, see Joseph Parker (disambiguation).
Joe Parker
Medium Stand up comedian
Television
Nationality South African
Subject(s) Adult
Everyday life
Notable works and roles
Joe Parker's Comedy Express
Joe Parker's Improv Express
Website www.parkerscomedy.com

Joe Parker is a South African stand-up comedian and promoter (entertainment).

Joe Parker is responsible for the long running comedy show Joe Parker's Comedy Express, as well as the Improv Express devoted to improvisational theatre.[1]

In 2008, Joe Parker opened Parker's Comedy and Jive, a dedicated venue for stand-up comedy in Johannesburg, South Africa[2][3]

See also

References

External links

  • Parker's Comedy and Jive Website
  • Parker Leisure promoter website
  • Joe Parker's Comedy Express
  • Internet Movie Database


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