The Laugh Hole of Comedian Dominick Pupa


Dominick Pupa

is an NYC-based comedian and host who has appeared on stages across the US and UK for two decades. For over 10 years, he was a go-to audience warmup comic for more than a dozen TV shows including The View, Tyra Banks, Ricki Lake, and Live with Regis & Kelly.

He made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2013 as the host of the Lucie Awards, has hosted events for organizations nationwide, and as a famed Christmas Queen, performs an all-new live holiday extravaganza every December.

An internationally-recognized Cher addict, Dominick premiered his one-man play, "Gypsies, Tramps & Me," to acclaim in 2015. In the Spring of 2016, he counted down to Cher's 70th birthday with the internet series #70DaysOfCher, which he capped off with the celebratory spectacle, "Cherstruck," in NYC & Los Angeles.

Unfunny recognition arrived following the OrlandoPulse tragedy when his poem, “Don't Tell Gay People How To Mourn," went viral with 4 million views after being published by BuzzFeed and, and retweeted by celebs such as Kathy Griffin and Bianca Del Rio.

Dominick will appear as Mister P in the upcoming web series, “Lo: The New Adventures of Ultimate Man’s Ex-Girlfriend.” He lives in The Bronx with his husband and their bulldog, Gravy.