Kip Addotta

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Kip Fransis Addotta was born in Rockford, Illinois on June 16, 1944 to Frank and Josephine Addotta.[1]

Kip Addotta is an American comedian notable for being featured on The Tonight Show, The Midnight Special, Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, and the syndicated show Make Me Laugh.

Kip was also featured on The Dr. Demento Show for his music, "Wet Dream" and "Life in the Slaw Lane," songs featuring a series of fish and vegetable malapropisms that, together, form a storyline; and the song, "Big Cock Roach."

Addotta also hosted the game show Everything Goes on the Playboy Channel, and has made a number of film and TV appearances, including the Larry Sanders Show.

Releases[edit]

DVD
  • 1995 – Live From Maximum Security![2]
CD
  • 1979 – I Hope I'm Not Out Of Line
  • 1982 – The Comedian Of The United States
  • 1985 – Life In The Slaw Lane
  • 1989 – I Saw Daddy Kissing Santa Claus
  • 1994 – The Trouble Hole
  • 2013 – Portable Kip
  • 2014 – Ears to You

Personal life[edit]

Addotta is the father of three children: Victor, Kathy and Frank.

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