14 More Best Stand Up Comedy Routines

Updated January 12, 2022 by Iulian Ionescu | Read Time min.
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If you loved my other posts, 12 Best Stand Up Comedy Routines and 10 More Best Standup Comedy Routines, then this is just a follow-up bringing you more of these amazing, best stand-up comedy routines I saw over the years. I hope you enjoy this group of videos; I believe these will make you laugh and feel really good about yourself! As always, all videos are courtesy of YouTube.

Dave Chappelle

Dave Chappelle established a few endurance records at the Laugh Factory Comedy Club. Still, it’s not his endurance that amazed the listeners, but his sharp humor, deep observations, and his raw remarks. Following his success on the stage, Dave took his fame further to Comedy Central, where he recorded two seasons of the Dave Chappelle Show. Even though the show was highly acclaimed, I believe Dave’s best work can still be found in his great stand-up routines.

Dave Chappelle – Killing Them Softly Excerpt 1

Dave Chappelle – Killing Them Softly Excerpt 2

Ricky Gervais

Ricky Gervais is an English comedian, actor, director, producer, and writer, better known for creating the original series The Office, which was later re-made in the US. His stand-up comedy started to rise in the early 2000s, only to become more popular in the US later on. His comedy routine includes witty observations and very subtle humor that will make you laugh to tears.

Ricky Gervais – The Bible

Eddie Izzard

Eddie Izzard is another British comedian, actor, and voice-over artist. His diverse comedy style is a whimsical monologue wave on various topics, delivered straightforward yet somewhat subtle. With 9 stand-up records and many live shows, whether he shows up dressed as an “executive transvestite” or not, his humor is always very entertaining.

Eddie Izzard – Learning French

Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx is not only an excellent stand-up comic but also an actor and a singer. His performance in Ray earned him an Oscar and many other awards. But his fans will never forget his live performances as a stand-up comic. He delivers raw humor and is a great performer and entertainer, involving the audience in his act.

Jamie Foxx – On Relationships

Bill Burr

Bill Burr is a very prolific stand-up comic, born and raised in the US. With more than 300 shows every year and a weekly humoristic podcast, he is one busy entertainer. He appeared on most late-night shows, and every time the audience loved his powerful, witty humor.

Bill Burr Stand up

Sarah Silverman

Another amazing entertainer, Sarah Silverman, is a comedian, writer, actress, singer, and musician. Her comedy style is a satirical comedy, and she touches on social taboos and controversial topics such as racism, sexism, and religion. She gained fame as a writer and performer on Saturday Night Live, only to move later to her own solo projects.

Sarah Silverman – Early Stand Up

Jerry Seinfeld

Jerry Seinfeld is a comedian that needs no formal introduction. The star of the highly acclaimed series Seinfeld, Jerry was involved in stand-up comedy since the late 1970s. He delivers an excellent live show with his unmistakable voice, and audiences all over the US are thrilled to see him. With many movie projects, he is still one of the most successful stand-up comics ever.

Jerry Seinfeld – Stand Up Routine

Christopher Titus

Christopher Titus was the star of the Titus show, which ran for 3 seasons on Fox. Even though the show got canceled, Titus’s career was already established since he was doing stand-up since his early years. His comedy style revolves around his dysfunctional family and the strange behaviors of those around him. Self-deprecating humor is always a good way to entertain an audience!

Christopher Titus – Stand-up

Kevin Pollack

Kevin Pollack is a stand-up comedy veteran, and he’s been performing it since the late 1960s. He’s a great impressionist and voice actor as well, and his live show is fast-paced and very sharp.

Kevin Pollack – On Star Trek

Mitch Hedberg

Mitch Hedberg was an American stand-up comedian known for his strange humoristic style and unique and particular comedy style. Unfortunately, his life ended at an early age. However, his legacy left us many hours of uncensored unconventional comedy and many rows of fans still following his work, almost as a cult.

Mitch Hedberg Stand Up

Bill Engvall

Bill Engvall is an American comedian, probably best known to the public as one of the Blue Collar Comedy group members, with Jeff Foxworthy, Ron White, and Larry the Cable Guy. With 8 comedy albums under his belt and many live shows, he is one of the most successful comedians today.

Bill Engvall – 21 Years of Marriage

David Brenner

David Brenner is an edgy comedian who stood the test of time. He’s been an active entertainer since the ’60s, and most people know him through his many appearances on The Tonight show (158). His comedy style is centered around little observations presented through his own visual prism and delivered with utmost humor.

David Brenner On the Late Show Monologue

Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey started his comedy act back in 1979 when he was just a teenager. Later on, he met with another comedy legend, Rodney Dangerfield, and started to perform on his tours. Jim Carrey is extremely versatile; he can perform impressions, voices, has a very physically-intensive act, and audiences everywhere love him!

Jim Carey Stand Up – before he was famous.

Louie Anderson

Louie Anderson is an American comic, better known for hosting the Family Feud TV show at the beginning of the 2000s. His clean humor earned him a steady fan base, and he always kept his end of the bargain in his live shows in Vegas, where he entertained his fans on many occasions.

Louie Anderson – Stand-up

Bill Hicks

Bill Hicks was an American stand-up comedian who achieved fame during his life but rose to greatness only after his death at the early age of 32. He was a controversial comedian, and he delivered a dark, witty comedy. He aimed to “enlighten people to think for themselves.” He delivered this message through his satire on pop culture, mediocrity, banality, and superficiality.

Bill Hicks – What is the point to Life

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