An incredibly powerful performer, comedian Vic DiBitetto churns energy, honesty and humanity into nonstop laughter. His pace is frenetic. His material vivid and true. He’s been called a cross between Rodney Dangerfield and Ralph Kramden. The bottom line is, DiBitetto leaves his audiences breathless with laughter.
Referred to by most other comics as a “killer”, it means you just can’t follow Vic onstage. And that has been uttered by many very famous stand-ups over the years.
Vic is currently:
Featured in Kevin James’ new movie Mall Cop: Blart 2 coming out in April 2015
Writing and Producing his Ticked Off Vic segment for WPLJ in New York City (reaches 3 million people)
an Internet Sensation with over 20 million YouTube views and his now famous Bread and Milk rant
Featured in a video roll-in segment in the play Italian Bred currently in LA and coming to Broadway (Fall 2014)
Starring in an untitled prime time Hulu Original scripted sit-com Fall 2014
Featured performer on the online Funny For Money site (Comedy Central and YouTube venture)
Vic has appeared on television’s America’s Funniest People (ABC) where he was a $10,000 Grand Prize winner as well as Stand-Up Spotlight (VH1) and Last Laugh at Pips and acted in a pilot with Woody Allen and Danny Aiello. In addition, he has warmed-up hundreds of audiences for hit shows such as Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and The Ricki Lake Show.
Vic has performed at many of the nation’s best comedy venues such as New York City’s Dangerfield’s, Los Angeles’ Laugh Factory, Las Vegas’ Riviera Hotel, Resorts World Casino and Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel. His schedule is relentless and he is booked thru 2015 at every comedy venue imaginable in the New York Tri-State area. A Pay Per View special and US Tour are in current discussions.
Steve Trevelise is a well known radio personality that can be heard on New Jersey 101.5 every Monday thru Thursday from 7-11p. Steve returns to his Jersey roots after spending over 20 years working in Philadelphia on such shows as Howard Stern, Tom Joyner, Nancy Glass, as well as his own weekend overnight show on Sportsradio 94 WIP that he still does.
He began doing standup comedy about ten years ago. Since then, Trev has played the top clubs inluding The Borgata, Catch A Rising Star where he was General Manager/house emcee for 5 years,and has opened for such comic greats as Pat Cooper, Robert Klein, The Late Richard Jeni and Bill Hicks.
Trevelise draws his material from not only his life, but what goes on around him. A “Jersey Boy” he was born in Newark, raised in Union City ,moved to Marlboro when he was 15.and has lived in Old Bridge, Eatontown, East Windsor and Roosevelt, New Jersey. All of this makes its way into the act along with being a New York Giants fan working on a Philadelphia radio station. Trev’s popular sportstalk show which infuses lots of current events and comedy can be heard on Sportsradio 610 WIP Thursday nights from 11p-2a and Saturday mornings from 1-5a. This schedule allows him the flexibility to perform over 200 comedy shows a year.
“Comedy is the last vestige of Freedom of Speech: says Trevelise. Much of what I say on stage would never fly on the air although there is a great synergy between the two.” If I get a serious thought I take it to radio, a funny one goes to the stage. Many of my radio conversations have been turned into comic bits.”
Along with his Jersey upbringing and sports, Trevelise also touches on television, being Italian, his twin baby boys, and lots of current topicality. “Comedy is where we look the world right in the eye and laugh in it’s face” There’s so much Sarcasm in Trev’s act that he named his company Sarcasm LLC and put on comedy shows in clubs and theatres all over the Delaware Valley. Trev’s act is just like his company slogan. “Comedy for those who get it”