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Local comic featured in Showtime's 'Indian Comedy Slam'

KELSEYVILLE – Local comedian Marc Yaffee from Kelseyville will be featured in Showtime's “Goin' Native: The Indian Comedy Slam.”

The show will air premiere at 10:05 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 31, as well as several additional times during January.

For the first time on National television, American Indian comedians come together to bring the healing power of humor to all people throughout the Four Directions.

Yaffee (, joins six other Indian comedians for the show. A Kelseyville resident, Yaffee has toured professionally since 1999.

A co-star of the Pow Wow Comedy Jam, Yaffee is a former writer for the late George Carlin’s and he has performed overseas five times entertaining US troops.

Yaffee’s previous television credits include Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, The Latino Laugh Festival and the PBS Special and Crossing the Line.

For information on additional airings in January, visit .

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 30 December 2009 15:27 )


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