Eric Schwartz (comedian)

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Eric Schwartz
Eric Schwartz, 2010.jpg
Eric Schwartz performing in 2010.
Pseudonym Smooth-E
Birth name Eric Scott Schwartz
Born Tarzana, California, U.S.
Medium Standup comedy, musical comedy, online content
Years active 1996–present
Influences Robin Williams, Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler, George Carlin, Tenacious D, Eminem
Website Official website

Eric Schwartz (also known as "Smooth-E") is an American comedian, musician, and actor from Thousand Oaks, California known for his energetic blend of stand-up comedy, music, and video. Eric's viral videos and parodies have earned him international[1] media attention and he has been featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,[2] Showtime,[3] BET,[4] TMZ,[5] and The Huffington Post.[6]

Stand-up Comedy[edit]

Billed as "one of the nation’s hottest rising stand up headliners",[7] Eric Schwartz regularly performs as the headliner at the The Improv and The Laugh Factory comedy clubs while on tour.

Music Videos[edit]

The following music videos can be viewed at Eric Schwartz's channel on YouTube, with the exception of those marked with an asterisk.

Original Songs[edit]

Song Release Date Director
Matzah! 2005 JibJab
Hanukkah Bird 2005 Emily Alexander
Mel Gibson 2006 Matt Evans
Chocolate Coins (ft. Craig Robinson) 2006 Michael Chase Gordon, Ramon Boutviseth
CelebriDUI 2007 Michael Chase Gordon
Honika Electronica 2009 Snehal Patel
All Night Long (In the Summer, In Alaska) 2011 Jared Ravens
Psychic Mayan Rapper 2012 Eric Lombart

Parodies[edit]

Song Parody of... Release Date Director
Hanukkah Hey Ya! Hey Ya! by OutKast 2003 Jason Kwon (fan made)
White Hurr Right Thurr by Chingy 2003 Adam Wood
Comin' Out the Closet Cleanin' Out My Closet by Eminem 2005 Michael Chase Gordon
Just a Lil Kip Just a Lil Bit by 50 Cent 2006 Michael Chase Gordon
Instant Fame Chocolate Rain by Tay Zonday 2007 Matt Evans
Sexy Crack Sexy Back by Justin Timberlake 2007 Michael Chase Gordon
Eat It, Lick It, Snort It, F--k It Gimme More by Britney Spears 2007 Snehal Patel
Crank that Kosha Boy Crank That (Soulja Boy) by Soulja Boy 2007 Ron Eigen
Sexual Dysfunction Sexual Eruption by Snoop Dogg 2008 Snehal Patel
Lean Like a Gringo Lean like a Cholo by Down AKA Kilo 2008 Snehal Patel
Clay Bay Bay A Bay Bay by Hurricane Chris 2008 Jake Wiens
A Milli Vanilli A Milli by Lil Wayne 2008 Snehal Patel
Suburbia Disturbia by Rihanna 2008 Snehal Patel
Can't Afford It Can't Believe It by T-Pain 2009 Snehal Patel
Octomom Dead and Gone by T.I. 2009 Snehal Patel
Knit My Sweaters Make Me Better by Fabolous 2009 Snehal Patel
Monday Friday by Rebecca Black 2011 Michael Chase Gordon
I'm Getting Paper Look at Me Now by Chris Brown 2011 James McFadden
Gassy and I'm Bloated Sexy and I Know It by LMFAO 2011 Snehal Patel
Baldilocks Anthem Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO 2012 Michael Chase Gordon
Actors in Paris Ni**as in Paris by Kanye West & Jay-Z 2012 Ron Eigen
Polo With a Bolo The Motto by Drake 2012 Eric Lombart
Some Music That I Used To Love Somebody That I Used to Know by Gotye 2012 Ron Eigen
Obama Style (ft. Iman Crosson)* Gangnam Style by Psy 2012 Brett Register
We Were Never Ever Actually Together (ft. Michael Yo)* We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together by Taylor Swift 2012 Ron Eigen

Notes[edit]

Discography[edit]

Album Tracks Release Date
Kosher Kuts 11 November 9, 2004
Wimp Pimp 19 2005
Kosher Kuts: Hungry For More 11 October 10, 2006
Parodies Nuts 28 January 27, 2009

References[edit]

  1. ^ Abitbol, David (2009-11-24). "Jerusalem Flashmob". Jewlicious. Retrieved 3 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "History - The JibJab Blog". JibJab. Retrieved 3 July 2013. 
  3. ^ "Whiteboyz in da Hood". Showtime. Retrieved 4 July 2013. 
  4. ^ "BET Comic View - Episode Guide". TV.com. Retrieved 4 July 2013. 
  5. ^ "OctoMom Gets a Bad Rap ... From "OctoDad"". TMZ. 2013-07-03. Retrieved 3 July 2013. 
  6. ^ Bell, Crystal (2012-07-25). "'Some Music That I Used To Love': Eric Schwartz Breaks Up With Gotye & Kimbra". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 3 July 2013. 
  7. ^ "Eric Schwartz". Laugh Factory. Retrieved 4 July 2013. 
  8. ^ Principato-Young Entertainment. "We Were Never Ever Actually Together". Yahoo. Retrieved 4 July 2013. 

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