Pete Correale

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Pete Correale
Born (1970-04-20) April 20, 1970 (age 50)
Long Island, New York City
MediumStand-up, Writing
NationalityAmerican
SpouseJackie Correale
ChildrenSadie
WebsitePeteCorreale.com

Peter M. Correale (born April 20, 1970 in Oakdale, New York[1]) is an American actor, broadcaster stand up comedian, and writer. He currently co-hosts The Pete and Sebastian Show with fellow comedian Sebastian Maniscalco that airs weekly on SiriusXM and as a separate podcast. In addition, he was a writer and occasional performer on the CBS sitcom Kevin Can Wait.

Early life and education[edit]

Pete Correale was born and raised in Long Island, New York.[2] He graduated from SUNY Fredonia[3] in 1992 with a degree in communication, and also played on the school basketball team. During this time, he took a drama class that inspired him to pursue a career in show business.[2]

Career[edit]

After graduating, Correale moved to New York City to perform improvisation comedy and did part-time acting. He debuted as a stand up comic at the age of 24.[4] He exchanged stage time for cooking burgers and mopping floors at many of the clubs he worked in.[2] He released his first comedy CD, Give It a Rest, in 2013. In addition, he served as a co-host of the former Bruer Unleashed Show on SiriusXM.

As a comedian, Correale has worked with Dave Chappelle, Jay Mohr, Jeffrey Ross, and most recently toured with Brian Regan.

Specials[edit]

  • The Things We Do for Love (2009)
  • Give it a Rest (2013)
  • Let Me Tell Ya (2015)

Personal life[edit]

Correale lives in Fredonia, New York with his wife Jackie and young daughter Sadie.

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