Greenwich Village Comedy Club

Gregg Rogell


Born in Long Island, Gregg Rogell quickly rose through the club ranks and established himself as one of the top working stand-ups in the country. He has made several appearances on “The Tonight Show,” “Late night with Conan O’brien”, and had his own half hour special for “Comedy Central Presents' '. He played “Kenny” on the CBS sitcom, “The Nanny.” His success has earned him sitcom development deals from NBC and Disney. He has toured opening for Russell Peters, Dolly Pardon and Dave Chappelle and has appeared with Bob Hope and Bill Cosby on several NBC specials. Gregg performs regularly at all the New York
City comedy clubs and tours nationally as a headliner at clubs, colleges, corporate and charity events. He was featured in BBC’s “Heroes of Jewish Comedy” in association with Comedy Central, “Surviving The Holidays with Lewis Black” and was one of the featured performers in the critically acclaimed film “The Aristocrats”. He also appeared, as himself, in season 2 of “Louie” on FX. Gregg has opened for Russell Peters on the European leg of his “Notorious World Tour” and was featured in “Russell Peters vs the World '' on Netflix. He also opened for Russell on his “Almost Famous World Tour” performing at venues in the US, Canada, Africa, India, Australia, China, South East Asia and throughout the Middle East.


“The Tonight Show,” “Late night with Conan O’Brien”, and had his own half hour special for “Comedy Central Presents"