Secure your Vic DiBitetto Tickets here at StubHub for the latest show from one of New York's finest. Italian-American comedian DiBitetto has been delighting stand-up audiences for over 30 years, and has more recently become a king of YouTube with his short video outrages about everyday life.
Vic DiBitetto Working Class Zero
Self-styled 'Working Class Zero' Vic DiBitetto doesn't take himself very seriously, but has won fans all over the world with his stand-up shows, TV performances and YouTube videos. Vic has been around for decades, gaining local New York success, but it was only in the last few years he has become a worldwide name, thanks in part to his YouTube video "Bread and Milk" and numerous more videos and social media shows including The Shed.
Vic DiBitetto: Blue collar hero
Brooklyn-born Vic started out in comedy back in the early 80's doing the New York Circuit. Ten years later he appeared on America's Funniest People with his son and did a mock-ventriloquist act, winning him first prize. He continued on the comedy circuits for the next twenty years and it wasn't until 2014 when his You Tube video Bread and Milk led to worldwide success. Over the years Vic has produced many more Youtube videos; hilarious shorts on everyday life. Finally able to give up his day job as a bus driver, the comedian now works full-time on stage and screen. Today he delivers sell-out venue tours all over the US with his unique faux-angry observational comedy. He also tours as part of The Three Tenors (who Can't Sing), a standup sit down show that has been played to audiences all over the US. TV appearances include comedy acting in Jimmy Labriola's Night of a 1,000 Guidos and Goumba Johnny's Slice of Italian Comedy. Further TV appearances as himself have included The Dr. Oz Show, The Ricky Lake Show, Gotham Comedy Live and the Staten Island Comedy Festival. DiBitetto may joke that 30 seconds of stupidity (in the form of theBread and Milk video), earned him more acclaim than three decades of doing stand-up, but the recognition was deserved nonetheless. For some the Godfather of blue collar comedy is the perfect antidote to modern hip city life. His unique style of comedy is hugely influenced by Italian-American New York culture and both adheres to and sends up stereotypes along the way. High-energy, frenetic but friendly delivery is part of what makes Vic DiBitetto so popular, so book your tickets today and catch this master of comedy in live action.