Comedy isn't a race, there's no finish line: Russell Peters
19th September 2019 08:08 amThe Quint
Indo-Canadian comedian Russell Peters By Durga ChakravartyNew Delhi, Sep 19 (IANS) Russell Peters has made people roll on the floor, laughing on his unabashed one-liners on stereotypical accents, race and ethnicities for years now. The Indo-Canadian stand-up star, who began his career his in 1989, says comedy is not a race and that it takes years to develop the voice and to build an act.Over the past decade, the comic space has grown. Peters finds it both good and bad."It's good and bad. It's good that more voices are being heard, but the bad part is that there are a lot of younger comics racing to put out specials or get to the next level of their career without actually putting in the time to play the road and develop their craft," Peters told IANS. "Comedy isn't a race.
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