Who are some good and relatively clean stand up comedians?

Josie Long

The queen of indie comedy announced herself as a sweet-natured woman-child, making not so much shows as scrapbooks of the things that made her big heart burst. Then, just as the coalition government came into power, the girl from Orpington pivoted towards outraged political comedy. She has gone on to become one of comedy’s most articulate chronicler of the left’s beleaguered decade. But what’s consistent through both incarnations and into her recent show about motherhood is a personality that fizzes with fun and – Tories be damned! – an indomitable love of life. BL


Hannibal Buress

Hannibal Buress would almost certainly like to be known for more than just being the guy who made a joke that triggered Bill Cosby’s downfall. But in the US at least, Buress has long had a following, thanks to TV specials, late-night chatshow appearances and his role in Comedy Central sitcom Broad City. His onstage style is relaxed to the point of almost complete stillness, a sort of mumblecore standup. It is a red herring, though, as his material is astute and often fearless. PF

23. Redd Foxx

John Elroy Sanford “Redd Foxx” was an American comedian and actor.

He is best remembered for his explicit comedy records and his starring role on the 1970s sitcom ‘Sanford and Son’. Foxx was known as the “King of the Party Records”. 


2 Eddie Murphy

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Famous As: ActorBirthdate: April 3, 1961Sun Sign: AriesBirthplace: Brooklyn, New York, United States

Actor and comedian, Eddie Murphy, is one of the highest-grossing actors in the United States. Beginning his career as a comedian on the TV show Saturday Night Live, he went on to become a bankable movie actor. Also a singer, he has released many studio albums. He has been awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.

19. Bill Hicks

William Melvin “Bill” Hicks was an American comedian, satirist, and musician.

Hicks material includes a wide range of religion, politics, and philosophy. He has also criticized superficiality, consumerism, mediocrity, and banality within the media and popular culture. 


29 Don Rickles

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Famous As: Stand-up ComedianBirthdate: May 8, 1926Sun Sign: TaurusBirthplace: Queens, New York, United StatesDied: April 6, 2017

Don Rickles was an American actor, author, and stand-up comedian. Nicknamed The Merchant of Venom, Don Rickles specialized in insult comedy. Apart from appearing in several talk and variety shows as a guest, Rickles had his own sitcom titled The Don Rickles Show. After his death, many celebrities including Tom Hanks, Martin Scorsese, and Robert De Niro paid their tributes.

Book a CLEAN STAND UP COMEDIAN for Party Entertainment

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2. John Mulaney

John Mulaney: underrated, absolutely hysterical. More than just the flow of his storytelling and his side-splitting anecdotes, it’s his unusual delivery that’s pretty much half of what makes his material so funny. The Comedy Central clip above is a great peek at his style and substance, so check it out!

Michael Jr

Comedian Michael Jr. calls his work “comedy that inspires,” with a focus on making sure it’s good for the whole family. He has a podcast, an upcoming movie, his comedy special called Laughing on Purpose, and a YouTube channel stocked with his stand-up work.

5. Ryan Hamilton

Who knew that people from Idaho could be funny? Well, of course they can be, and Ryan Hamilton is a shining example.

His humor is fresh and clean, mostly observational with a touch of playful self-deprecation here and there. What I love most is how he’s always smiling, and it just makes you want to smile along.

Nate Bargatze

Nate Bargatze has a special on Netflix called The Tennessee Kid that was recommended by a couple of members in our Facebook group. The Tennessee Kid is rated PG and hits on topics that include air travel, cheap weddings, college football and chocolate milk.

13. Anjelah Johnson

A former MADtv cast member, Anjelah Johnson now to
A former MADtv cast member, Anjelah Johnson now tours the country making people laugh with her unique brand of (clean!) comedy.

Perhaps most famous for her viral video “Bon Qui Qui,” everything from Anjelah Johnson’s Netflix special to her commentary on toothbrushes will leave you giggling.

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