Is the author of six books, three blogs, and an entertainment journalist since 1993 with articles published in the United States, Canada and Japan. A pop culture enthusiast, nationally recognized comedy coach, and presenter (no one wants a 'lecture'!) with a sense of humor and love for music and laughter, his newspaper and magazine reviews, interviews, and behind the scenes exclusives have included entertainers such as Paul McCartney, Garth Brooks, Britney Spears, The Monkees, Willie Nelson, Ray Romano, Lisa Lampanelli, Dave Chappelle, Jeff Foxworthy, Drew Carey and many others.
Career stops include New York, Los Angeles, Tampa, Chicago and (currently) Cleveland.
Dave is the author of How To Be A Working Comic, Comedy FAQs And Answers, and Comedy Workshop. His insider's knowledge was earned as Talent Coordinator for the television show, A&E's An Evening At The Improv, and the legendary Improv Comedy Clubs in Hollywood and New York City. While in that capacity, he also acted as a comedian consultant for many television and film productions. Included in that list are The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with David Letterman, The Today Show, Comedy Central, MTV, VH-1, HBO, Disney, Paramount, and other major television networks and film studios.
A nationally recognized comedy coach, TheComedyBook.com, Dave's workshops are based in Chicago and Cleveland, and include sold-out seminars in New York, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and other locations. He has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Hollywood Reporter, Back Stage Newspaper, Cleveland Magazine, Ohio Magazine, and many others. He has also made numerous television and radio appearances as a featured guest and comedy expert.