Comedian Henry Cho on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Comedian Henry Cho discusses growing up as a Korean American in Knoxville, Tennessee, American food, and his family in his performance on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. In this hilarious stand-up comedy set, Cho keeps the audience laughing as he points out observations and tells stories from his life. His comedy has been a hit on The Late Late show, and he’s been a guest on the show six times.
What sets Comedian Henry Cho apart is his fun, clean comedic style. His jokes are fresh and relatable, staying away from the overused tropes often seen in comedy shows, yet he still manages to appeal to large audiences and keep crowds laughing all the way through. He has a talent for observation comedy and uses those skills to bring good, clean fun to audiences of all ages. His self-deprecating, observational humor allows him to poke fun at a wide range of topics while still being sensitive and inoffensive, a big part of the appeal for those who prefer clean humor.
He finds material in the everyday, drawing from things such as his home life and his wife’s Alabama roots. From the birth of his children to his one and only trip to Korea, Cho isn’t afraid to poke fun at himself and the world he grew up in. He’s not afraid to point out the injustices in the world, including an overabundance of food in America, but he ensures he does so in a way that is fun and lighthearted, rather than offensive or judgmental. His ability to keep audiences laughing while keeping the fun clean makes Henry Cho one of the best comedians around.
Henry Cho is from Knoxville, Tennessee and has found great success as a comedian in his hometown. He has worked with such acts as Vince Gill, Carrie Underwood, and Willie Nelson, among many. He has appeared in many movies, including Say It Isn’t So starring Heather Graham and Sally Fields and Material Girls starring Hilary Duff and produced by Madonna.
He is no stranger to television, either, appearing on not only The Late Late Show, but also The Tonight Show and NBC’s Young Comedians Special, as well as hosting NBC’s Friday Night Videos. He worked with GAC (Great American Country) where he hosted, co-produced and co-wrote his own comedy show. You can see his Comedy Central special still running on TV or hear it on xm satellite radio. Comedian Henry Cho has also had guest spots on several different sitcoms.