7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

Categories: Celebrities | Culture | Positive

Laughter prolongs life! And it's true. But recently, there are less and less comedians, whose jokes, indeed, cause positive emotions…

So that you do not waste time searching for such, we have compiled for you a list of really funny stand-up artists from Russia. Bonus: videos of their best performances. Enjoy your viewing!

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

Sasha Dolgopolov is one of the most unusual and memorable comedians on the Russian stage. The guy started his career as a stand-up artist in Voronezh, but now he boldly conquers the scenes of the capital's clubs and tours with performances throughout the country.

Unlike most other "passing" comedians, Sasha is distinguished by his ability to experiment during the show. He can spend the whole evening communicating with the audience. Practically, none of his performances are scheduled in advance.

Other numbers of Dolgopolov you can see in the Internet show "Poraraz Birazza" and on the Paramount Comedy channel.

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

Dmitry Romanov is the owner of not only a unique sense of humor, but also a memorable appearance. The 34-year-old Jew from Odessa is very proud of his origin, but sometimes he is not averse to burning out a couple of sharp jokes on this topic.

The guy started his career with performances in "Comedy Odessa" and "Comedy Kiev". When TNT producers saw Dmitry's performances, they immediately recognized his great talent and invited him to become a professional author of a new humorous show on the channel.

If you also like the work of a young man, we advise you to watch his other performances in the StandUp program on TNT.

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

Idrak Mirzalizade was born in a Muslim Belarusian family, so you can take away the jokes on various topics from the guy. In addition to a good sense of humor, the comedian is famous for modesty and self-criticism. Idrak values kindness and positivity in people, and considers arrogance and aggression to be the worst qualities.

Back in the 9th grade, the guy began to try his hand at the stage and joined the local KVN team. After a while, Idrak took part in the show "Free Microphone", and that's when he really felt a real "taste of freedom". The "stand-up" direction immediately attracted Idrak, because, unlike KVN, it was created for "self-expression, and not for everyone to like".

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

Konstantin Pushkin, we can say, is a real veteran of humor, because he has been performing on stage for more than 10 years. During this time, the comedian had periods of ups and downs. At some point, Pushkin was insanely popular, but then the young man had a creative crisis, and he briefly stopped performing.

Fortunately, the comedian returned to the muse, and with it Kostya returned to stand-up. We hope that this will last for a long time, because he has a great sense of humor!

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

In stand-up, indeed, there are much more guys than girls, but this does not mean that they are not there at all. For example, Vera Kotelnikova is a real "star" of free humor, who came to Moscow from Kemerovo and has already managed to fall in love with the local audience.

In her speeches, the girl boldly and openly speaks about the residents of the capital, alcoholics from Siberia, rice with cutlets and other "painful" topics.

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

Sasha Maloy, like many other stand-up artists, began his career with participation in KVN.

In 2012, Alexander Rakovskikh (the comedian's real name) took part in the"Comedy Battle". Then both the audience and the jury immediately paid attention to the promising guy.

And they were not mistaken! Now Sasha Maloy easily rocks full halls and makes people laugh.

7 really funny Russian stand-up artists whose performances are worth watching

Another girl in our rating is 24 – year-old Russian Nadia Dzhabrailova. The girl loves to joke about the stereotypes that are ingrained in society, infantile men and her own timidity. All her jokes sound subtle and original, no vulgarity and banality. Dzhabrailova herself positions her humor as "simple and vital, accessible to everyone". Apparently, it is, because the girl's creativity was quickly appreciated by the audience.

We suggest that you do this as well.

And which of the comedians did you like the most? Whose jokes were the closest?

Keywords: Culture | Video | Russian Federation | Celebrities | Positive | Laughter | Comedian | Funny | Humor | Black humor | Jokes

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