My Son The Waiter, A Jewish TragedyTold in his inimitable comic style, Brad Zimmerman weaves an intricate and bittersweet tale of one man's lengthy (and we do mean lengthy) struggle to make it as an actor in New York. Part theatre, part stand-up, his homey send-ups on his childhood, family, career and misbegotten love life are as warm and poignant as they are hilarious (i.e. Brad's mom to her friends: "If all goes well, Brad is going to buy a bookcase.") A regular at America's top casinos, resorts and comedy clubs, he played Johnny Sack's lawyer on The Sopranos and has opened for such notables as Joan Rivers, the late George Carlin and the Smothers Brothers.
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