Danny Dechi’s stand-up comedy has been described as “Woody Allen doing vaudeville”. His humor, most often directed at himself, is a quirky combination of clean comedy & a unique #2 pencil musical act.
He was honored to perform at the Annual Comedy Day 2011 in San Francisco, and is currently helping the growth of the Bay Area standup comedy scene by hosting a number of Open Mics & Showcases.
He's available for private & public standup comedy engagements, commercials, TV & movie work, book signing events & theater roles
Danny Dechi’s stand-up comedy humor, most often directed at himself, is a hilarious combination of clean comedy & a unique #2 pencil musical act.
Danny arrived to the Bay Area from Argentina when he was only 6 years old. (My grandfather moved to Argentina because he heard America is a land of opportunity. Unfortunately, he had the wrong America.) The experience of growing up in San Francisco has warped him forever – he’s been an enthusiastic element of San Francisco’s weird and wonderful entertainment scene, including performing for the celebrated Annual San Francisco Comedy Day in 2011.
His Blinky the Rock God character showed up at open mics, the comedy stages and underground theater (Popcorn Anti-Theater), and soon Danny was performing (as Blinky, himself & Howard Stone’s Show One Man Orchestra) all over the Bay area several times per week, including such classic comedy clubs as Punchline, Purple Onion, Rooster T. Feathers, Throckmorton Theatre, and the up-and-coming-ones, such as the San Francisco Tommy T’s club and The Comedy Station.
In addition, Danny acted in several theater plays with the San Francisco Free Civic Theatre (theater group), had appeared in TV commercials (the latest one for the San Francisco Giants), and has written a hilarious semi-autobiographical book “I Didn’t want to pay for Rent-A-Car”. His one-man comedy play premiered in late August 2009 at the Comedy Station in San Francisco.
Currently, Danny Dechi performs his stand-up and musical act throughout the Bay Area and hosts several Comedy Showcase and Open Mike rooms, as well as a comedy Talk Show, Radio Ha-Ha at FCC-Free Radio. He can perform any tunes, from rock-n-roll to classical pieces, by drumming a #2 pencil on his cheek, and is considering recording his first musical CD. More
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