Bill Cosby now knows there’s at least one place his return to stand-up comedy won’t take him – one of New York City’s most popular places for the comics tells him, HELL NO.
TMZ broke history … Cosby is plot a route in the wake of his release from prison, and his camp says several promoters and comedy clubs are interested – but the famed Comedy Cellar in Greenwich Village, New York, is certainly not.
Owner Noam Dworman tells TMZ… his place isn’t interested at all, and he doesn’t even want Bill to set foot in his club. While the Comedy Cellar is known to allow comics and content that make audiences very uncomfortable, it looks like Cosby is banned.
It should be noted that the club has allowed Louis CK and Aziz Ansari on her stage in 2018 following their sexual misconduct scandals.
As you know, Cosby was Released from prison last month after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned her sexual assault conviction.
Dworman says even his audience – which largely welcomed Louis and Aziz – wouldn’t support a Cosby return.
The rejection of the iconic place does not slow down the plans of the actor of 83 years, however. Cosby representative, Andrew Wyatt, tells us: “He’s a club owner and in the words of the king of R&B Bobby brown, ‘it’s his prerogative to do whatever he wants.’ “