Christian Capozzoli: The Improv Authority
Without a doubt, one of the most popular genres that a lot of people turn to for them to be entertained is comedy. It’s the only genre that guarantees a good laugh for the whole run, and one that would most definitely make you feel better after you watch it. There are a lot of sub-types of comedy, and one of the most popular ones is Improv comedy, a type where you make use of the elements around you. One of the experts in this comedy type is Christian Capozzoli. Here are some things you should know about this Improv comedy genius.
Capozzoli’s hometown is in Rochester NY, and his parents are Louis and Rita Capozzoli. His roots are of Polish, German, and Italian origins. Film and Storytelling are two things that he has loved doing as a kid, and eventually, he pursued a Bachelor in Fine Arts degree, majoring in Publishing, Writing, and Literature. It was in his later years that he pursued improv comedy, and in just 10 years time, he managed to make his special technique known and made widely-used around the world. As a matter of fact, he has managed to work with a lot of the “pillars” of comedy, namely Armando Diaz, Mick Napier, among others.
His career in film has only recently evolved, with his first film being released in 2012. From 2012 to 2015, Capozzoli managed to star/voice 3 movies and author 2 books. His first movie was Colbert Report, where he played Vacsa Jeff. He was also an actor, as well as a director for Upstate Motel, where he voiced all actors. He also was an actor in Motel Hell, released in 2013. His two books are the popular Aerodynamics of Yes, released in 2012, and the Jetsam County, published in 2015.