With 100 million+ views on TikTok, Russian-Jewish immigrant turned stand-up comedian Ben Rosenfeld raises the bar in his incredible new comedy special “Geopolitical D*ck Jokes.”
Dirty and nerdy, witty and observational, Ben’s joyfully dark jokes cover such hilarious topics as the Russia-Ukraine conflict, near-death AirBnBs, his bilingual toddler’s use of language and his wife’s inability to let him sleep in peace, with d*ck jokes as the cherry on top. And of course, every Ben special also has some crowd work and improv with the audience.
“A cleverly dark tapestry of jokes… packed with humorously thought-provoking moments.” -Comedy Cake
“A shroud of joke bits woven into a heavy cloak of black comedy that simultaneously weighs you down and gives you hope.” -The Family Farce
“Continuouslyclevercocktails ofdry wit… takes us on a journeythroughabsurdlysick premises andsharppunchlines.” -Rise Up and Write
“A poster boy for his émigré generation.” -The NY Jewish Week
“Ben can communicate his superior intelligence, mock you, bring your political and social and relational discomforts right to the surface, and become your friend, all in the space of a few lines of setup and payoff.” -Seth Kabala
The album debuted as the #1 best selling album on the Amazon Comedy and #2 on iTunes
Comedy Dynamics has announced they are releasing Ben Rosenfeld’s new stand-up comedy album, Don’t Shake Your Miracle, through Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, Pandora, SoundCloud and more on February 7, 2020.
Fresh off of his last album, The United States of Russia, which landed at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts, Ben Rosenfeld returns with his fourth live stand-up comedy album. Join Ben as he makes light of being a Russian Jewish immigrant in today’s America, his experiences as a new dad and surviving two car crashes
Ben Rosenfeld is a quirky comedian who is playfully dark yet seriously smart. Ben has appeared on Fox’s Laughs, CBS This Morning, Nat Geo’s Brain Games, Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum, NPR Weekend Edition, Buzzfeed Video, TimeOut, The New York Post, Sirius XM and more. Ben also co-wrote and starred in a viral video (1.5 million views) called The Slice where he showed his wide acting range by playing an annoying hipster.
“I’m really excited to release this album as it’s my best comedy yet,” said the comedian and new dad. “But I’m even more excited to take a nap.”
“It’s always a pleasure to work with outstanding up and coming comedians like Ben and we’re sure that you’re going to love his new album,” said Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of Comedy Dynamics.