Nate Bargatze is an American stand-up comedian from Tennessee. He began his comedy career in 2002 when he moved to Chicago, Ill., for the sole purpose of trying to join the Second City comedy troupe. Nate Bargatze has performed his comedy routine on many late-night shows, including Last Call with Carson Daly, @midnight, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Conan and multiple appearances on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Bargatze's first comedy album, Yelled at by a Clown, was released in 2014 and peaked in the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Top 10 Comedy Charts. His next album, Full Time Magic, made it to No. 1 on the Billboard chart.
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Nate Bargatze was named one of Variety’s 10 comics to watch of 2015. He is a multiple-time guest on the WTF with Marc Maron podcast and likes to point out that former President Obama was only a one-time guest on the comedian's program. Nate Bargatze has also been featured in various other forms of entertainment. He has appeared twice on Comedy Central Presents. He has also made an appearance on an episode of Maron, in which he plays himself. He was featured on an episode of the Netflix series The Standups and is currently working on an untitled project for Netflix. He has also participated in multiple documentaries, including SXSW Comedy with W. Kamau Bell and Nate Bargatze: Full Time Magic.
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Where does Nate Bargatze perform?
Nate Bargatze performs in venues throughout the country: theaters, comedy clubs and pretty much anywhere that comedy is done. Cities he has performed in include Denver, Colo.; Portland, Ore.; Salt Lake City, Utah; San Francisco, Calif.; San Antonio, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; and many more throughout the country. He has performed at multiple festivals, including Bonnaroo, South by Southwest, Oddball Comedy Festival, Just for Laughs Montreal and Moontower.
What can I expect from a Nate Bargatze live performance?
Bargatze uses everyday occurrences to fuel his comedy. He makes real-life observations and doesn't use much embellishment. Bargatze is considered a clean comedian because he does not use profanity, but he does often delve into the darker sides of life in his act. He does not venture into politics.
Is Nate Bargatze's comedy appropriate for all ages?
Although Nate Bargatze does not use profane language or much objectionable material in his act, the comedy environment is not often a place for children, and almost all clubs or theaters have a minimum age for entrance. Additionally, the other acts on the bill may not be appropriate for children.
Nate Bargatze's comedy style has been influenced by comedic legends Jerry Seinfeld and Bob Newhart. His deadpan delivery is very reminiscent of Newhart's style. Bargatze's earliest and perhaps biggest influence is his father, Stephen Bargatze. The elder Bargatze was a trained clown who turned into one of the country's best magicians. Nate watched much of his father's work and even began sharing the stage with him at a relatively young age. The two have performed together as adults as well. They entertained audiences as a pair at Las Vegas's Wynn Encore Theater in November 2019.Back to Top
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