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About Godfrey

• Must be 21 & up to enter unless otherwise indicated. Valid photo I.D. required for entry.
• ALL seating is based on a first come, first served basis. Your entire party MUST be together in order to be seated together.
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Godfrey is one of the hottest and most versatile comedians on the circuit today. His hilarious one-hour stand-up special Regular Black premiered on Showtime in August. This month, he can be seen recurring in Adult Swim’s Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter. Godfrey recently filmed a hysterical gameshow called Trivia Crack, based on the best-selling gaming app of the same name which was produced by Dr. Phil’s company. Godfrey entertained millions as the co-host of Fox’s highly received Bullseye, opposite Kellen Lutz. He regularly appears as a guest on such shows as The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, Howard Stern’s The Wrap Up Show and Marc Maron’s podcast WTF? and Godfrey has recurring roles on such scripted shows as Louie for FX and Benders for IFC. Godfrey played the lead in a pilot for FX called Bronx Warrants, and developed an animated pilot for FOX that was based on his comedy act. His one man show called The Godfrey Complex, was a major hit at the Just For Laughs festival in Montreal, from which GQ Magazine said that Godfrey "is set to be one of the biggest performers in the US in 12 months," following his run at the festival. Godfrey’s one-hour special for Comedy Central; Godfrey: Black by Accident, is a great example of his skills as a stand up. Godfrey’s feature credits include Zoolander, Soul Plane, and the upcoming indie film Three Days in Vegas opposite Nic Cage.