Episode 15: Neko White


This week on the Note Show, I spoke with the up and coming comedian Neko White. Neko has been actively working the comedy club circuit since he began his career in September of 2007.

Since that time Neko has written and stared in off Broadway plays with the epic theater ensemble (Shakespeare Remix: Macbeth and Shakespeare Remix: Othello) featured in a documentary entitled “One Mic”, been the warm up comedian and Guest writer for MTV2’s Hip Hop Hollywood Squares and performs his brand of stand up in comedy clubs and colleges all over the east coast.


Show Links:

* Neko White
* Check out Neko’s Videos
* Neko on Twitter
* Neko on Facebook
* Catch one of Neko’s shows

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Elias Note is an English writer and interviewer. He grew up playing jazz and classical music and studying Musical Orchestration. He is a children's author and an app designer creating things that make life a little easier and a little more productive for everyone who uses them. He loves music, movies, books, comics and talking to skilled and talented artists about their work.

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    • Thanks Neko! We loved having you on the show and can’t wait to do it again sometime!

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  1. Neko White was born for comedy; he has a very expressive face. This was a great episode; it was interesting hearing him so serious!

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  2. I thought that Neko White is definitely blessed. It is a rare thing for me to hear about anyone who has been able to become a comedian at the age of fourteen and remain cracking jokes without having to have a regular job.
    That is nice. I never have heard of anybody being blessed like that. That is great! Wow! That is a lot of jokes to crack. And, for so many years! I watched the video clip about the Somalian kidnappers. That joke was cute. I wish Mr. Neko White all the best!

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  3. You usually don’t expect a funny guy to say the smartest things or to challenge you mentally but the last interview I read about Neko changed my view. Nice podcast!

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