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Dane Cook To Make His Broadway Debut Alongside Robin Williams

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Lucky guy!

Sources have confirmed that Dane Cook has been cast to star in the new Broadway play Fat Pig alongside veteran comedian Robin Williams.

The show will mark his Broadway debut for Dane, while Robin will be making his debut earlier in the year as the star Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Both shows will premiere sometime next year.

Congrats, Dane. This should be a piece of cake for you. You've sold out at Madison Square Garden afterall!

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9 comments to “Dane Cook To Make His Broadway Debut Alongside Robin Williams”



  1. 1

    How can Dane be called a 'comedian' if he's not funny?



  2. 2

    Robin Williams is not doing Fat Pig… Josh Hamilton is doing Fat Pig with Dane Cook.



  3. 3

    douchebag



  4. 4

    Unfunny comedian. Maybe this will work out better.



  5. 5

    Dane is one lucky guy.
    How does he land good jobs? .. he's one of the most untalented people in the entertainment industry.



  6. 6

    I do NOT get the big deal about him at all. The fact that he's playing at the friggin UNITED CENTER in chicago makes me sad.



  7. 7

    go up a size on the t shirt there Dane. your body is not that good.



  8. 8

    Perez, really…just once? Get your facts straight. Robin Williams is not in 'Fat Pig' (as sonic pointed out).

    Bad enough your 'news' is mostly tripe… even worse when (as usual) you have it totally effed up.



  9. 9

    This isn't a "new broadway play". Fat pig was written many years ago and is a horrible show.