State of Comedy
Comedy has been an important aspect to Sal Demilio’s life since grade school. Growing up in an Italian household and having lived in Italy, Switzerland, New York City and finally, the Detroit metro area, he has woven his Italian heritage into his comedy routine.
Having been a fan of comedy all his life, Sal took a class at Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle, and got hooked on the laughter and applause after putting on a show for his graduation assignment. From there he went on to area bars, coffee houses and restaurants to hone his skills. Since he started doing open mics 14 years ago, Sal is a national headliner, performing at comedy clubs throughout the United States, and has also performed at all the comedy clubs in the Detroit metro area. His professional inspirations have been Rodney Dangerfield, Richard Pryor and Jerry Seinfeld.
After attending Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, MI, Sal finally graduated after 12 years. It took that long, as he took time off to spend at various clubs perfecting his act. His observational style and family-oriented materials appeal to all ages and all walks of life. Since Sal touches on a variety of topics, everyone in the audience can relate to at least one of them. Much of his humor focuses on growing up in an Italian household, where no one spoke English, and on his extensive sports background. Other topics he includes in his routine hit on college days, current events and topical humor, the movies, and dieting and exercising. Sal is very likeable and has a knack of building great recognition with all types of audiences.
Sal has opened acts for Lewis Black; Pablo Francisco; Dave Coulier; Dave Attel & Nick DiPaolo
Steve Caminiti has appeared with Jay Leno, Tim Allen, Robin Williams, Wynona Judd, The Commodores, Hootie and the Blowfish, and Ray Charles. Steve’s big smile and friendly style ensure a great night of entertainment. Proudly Italian, he gives his unique viewpoint on everything from family life to the awkward relationship between men and women.
He was voted the Funniest Man in Cincinnati by his peers, Funniest Person in Ohio by Showtime, and picked as Best Comedian by Cincinnati Magazine and City Beat. Steve is a regular on the nationally syndicated “Bob & Tom” radio show, and was also featured in Rolling Stones Comedy Issue.
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