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10 Questions with Jimmy Failla

Regular Dubsism contributor Ryan Meehan strikes again.

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By Ryan Meehan

Jimmy Failla (work with me here) is a New York City Cab Driver turned professional Stand Up Comedian. He was named Best Male Comic at the 2014 New York City Nightlife Awards and has been seen on Gotham Comedy Live, BBC America, TMZ Live, The Today Show, Good Day New York, America’s Got Talent, Fox Business, Arise TV, Kelly and Michael and CNN.  In April of 2014, Big Top Press published his first book, Follow That Car! “A Cabbie’s Guide To Conquering Fears, Achieving Dreams, And Finding A Public Restroom.” And if you like reading at a third grade level, you’re gonna LOVE this book.  In addition to stand up and author-hood (is that a real term) Jimmy is also the head writer and creative director for A-List Comedy, a national comedy service that provides topical humor to over 200 radio stations every day.  His “Off The…

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