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Though born Robert Cochrane Marley, Jr. in Bangor, Maine, legend has it Bob’s parents had no idea they were, in fact, naming their son after a relatively well-known and world-renowned reggae singer. At that point, a career in comedy was born, though he still has to correct people about his family lineage. “I got a check once for $6,000 from History Of Rock Part I and I was like, well, I’m pretty sure that’s not mine,” Marley told Phaker.com in a 2012 interview. “So I mailed it back and then, a couple months later, I was on Conan and Ziggy [Marley] was on with me and I told him and he was like, ‘Oh, thank you, mon.’”
Much of Marley’s stand-up centers around growing up in Maine, which can be heard on many—if not all—of his comedy albums. (Over 25 CDs/DVDs and counting!) Marley has also performed on shows like Late Show With David Letterman, The Late Late Show With Craig Kilborn and Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. For those who don’t follow much stand-up, moviegoers might recognize Marley from his appearance in the cult classic films The Boondock Saints and The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day.
Marley, who some call “New England’s King Of Comedy,” loves the stage so much that, in 2011, he even held the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest continuous stand-up routine. He won with 40 hours of continuous comedy, the first 17 hours and 14 minutes without any repetition of material, either. Sadly, in 2013, Marley handed his title over to fellow funnyman David Scott, who beat his record by eight minutes. ScoreBig lets you save on every Bob Marley ticket, every day.
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