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Tony Woods is a comedy writer and stand-up comedian known for being a mentor to Dave Chappelle and others.[1] He was an original member of Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam and P. Diddy's Bad Boys of Comedy.[2]

Woods is a DC-area comedian who frequently performs observational comedy in what the New York Times calls "a laid-back, meditative style, a mellow brand of cool."[1] He will frequently use wordplay and malapropisms to make points about larger issues.[1] When Dave Chappelle won the Mark Twain Prize, Woods was the first person he thanked, saying that Woods "[did] it absolutely right."[1] Woods says he does not have any particular style and his comedy doesn't have a formula.[3] He frequently will not even write down the jokes for his performances.[4]

Woods did his first stand-up at the Comedy Cafe in Washington D.C. when he was 23 years old.[5] Much of his earliest comedy work was on international stages, touring Europe and the Middle East.[5][3]

Woods was born in New York, raised in Charlotte, North Carolina until he was seven, and moved to Washington D.C. when he was 10 years old.[5][6][4] His teens were spent in Silver Spring, Maryland.[5] He served in the Navy as a military medic from 1989-1991 during Desert Storm.[5][4
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Tony Woods is a comedy writer and stand-up comedian known for being a mentor to Dave Chappelle and others.[1] He was an original member of Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam and P. Diddy's Bad Boys of Comedy.[2]

Woods is a DC-area comedian who frequently performs observational comedy in what the New York Times calls "a laid-back, meditative style, a mellow brand of cool."[1] He will frequently use wordplay and malapropisms to make points about larger issues.[1] When Dave Chappelle won the Mark Twain Prize, Woods was the first person he thanked, saying that Woods "[did] it absolutely right."[1] Woods says he does not have any particular style and his comedy doesn't have a formula.[3] He frequently will not even write down the jokes for his performances.[4]

Woods did his first stand-up at the Comedy Cafe in Washington D.C. when he was 23 years old.[5] Much of his earliest comedy work was on international stages, touring Europe and the Middle East.[5][3]

Woods was born in New York, raised in Charlotte, North Carolina until he was seven, and moved to Washington D.C. when he was 10 years old.[5][6][4] His teens were spent in Silver Spring, Maryland.[5] He served in the Navy as a military medic from 1989-1991 during Desert Storm.[5][4


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Tony Woods is a comedy writer and stand-up comedian known for being a mentor to Dave Chappelle and others.[1] He was an original member of Russell Simmons' Def Comedy Jam and P. Diddy's Bad Boys of Comedy.[2]

Woods is a DC-area comedian who frequently performs observational comedy in what the New York Times calls "a laid-back, meditative style, a mellow brand of cool."[1] He will frequently use wordplay and malapropisms to make points about larger issues.[1] When Dave Chappelle won the Mark Twain Prize, Woods was the first person he thanked, saying that Woods "[did] it absolutely right."[1] Woods says he does not have any particular style and his comedy doesn't have a formula.[3] He frequently will not even write down the jokes for his performances.[4]

Woods did his first stand-up at the Comedy Cafe in Washington D.C. when he was 23 years old.[5] Much of his earliest comedy work was on international stages, touring Europe and the Middle East.[5][3]

Woods was born in New York, raised in Charlotte, North Carolina until he was seven, and moved to Washington D.C. when he was 10 years old.[5][6][4] His teens were spent in Silver Spring, Maryland.[5] He served in the Navy as a military medic from 1989-1991 during Desert Storm.[5][4