“One would never expect Louis Katz would be the guy that offers you opium after a show but it’s certainly an effective way of marketing yourself. Katz is funny to the point that Hitler would have given him a sleeper car on the train. I’ve re-told his menage a trois joke to people so many times I feel like it’s mine. Just buy the fucking CD and shut up.” – Doug Stanhope
“I relate to Louis Katz. He’s a sensitive, thoughtful, filthy, funny Jew. What’s not to like? His CD is hilarious. I hope he keeps what’s left of his hair long enough to enjoy the type of success he wants. If not, he can always write. Enjoy him now! While he still has hair.”- Marc Maron
If These Balls Could Talk was released in conjunction with the premiere of Katz’ Comedy Central Presents special, debuting March 11 at 11:00pm ET/PT. Katz discusses why he hates hippies, how he lands women and exactly what street chocolate is.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Katz’s comedy career began at the incredibly early age of 9 when, as part of a school project, he submitted several jokes to The Tonight Show, two of which were read on air by Johnny Carson.
Katz went on to performing at clubs and colleges across the country. He has appeared in the Montreal Comedy Festival, the Amsterdam “Toomler International” Comedy Festival, the Vancouver Comedy Festival and Atlanta’s Laffapalooza Comedy Festival.
Katz’ credits also include appearances on “Last Call with Carson Daly,” COMEDY CENTRAL’s “Live at Gotham,” Jamie Foxx’s “America’s Funniest Comics” and HBO’s “Down and Dirty with Jim Norton” In addition, he has produced a series of short films for Adult Swim.
Enjoy listening to a few of the tracks from Katz new CD:
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