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A comedian is an entertainer who performs in a comic manner, especially by telling jokes.
Comedian or comedians may also refer to:
- Comedienne (film), a 1923 film
- The Comedians (1941 film), a 1941 film
- Comedians (film), a 1954 film
- The Comedians (1967 film), a 1967 film based on the novel by Graham Greene
- Comedian (film), a 2002 documentary focused on Jerry Seinfeld
- The Comedian (2012 film), a 2012 film
- The Comedian (2017 film)
- The Comedian (1957 TV drama), a live drama written by Rod Serling and directed by John Frankenheimer
- The Comedians (1971 TV series), a British television show of the 1970s and mid-1980s
- The Comedians (2015 TV series), a 2015 FX comedy starring Billy Crystal and Josh Gad
- The Comedians (Kabalevsky), a 1940 concert suite by Dmitry Kabalevsky
- The Comedians (Glière), Op. 68, a ballet written by Reinhold Glière in 1922 and revised in 1930 and 1935, also arranged into two orchestral suites
- 'Eddie Murphy: Comedian, a 1983 album by American entertainer Eddie Murphy
- The Comedians (novel), a 1966 novel by Graham Greene
- Comedians (play), a 1975 play by Trevor Griffiths
- The Comedian (comics), a character from the 1986 comic book series Watchmen
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