Will the real Steve White stand up?

Will the real Steve Whit

November 30, 2009 22:52
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Steve White will be among a group of four comedians coming to Israel this month to perform in the biannual Stand Up for Israel Comedy for Koby Tour. Contrary to what was erroneously reported in The Jerusalem Post on Monday, it is in fact White, rather than co-comedian Butch Bradley, who is being touted as "Morgan Freeman, Robin Williams, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, Denzel Washington and a little Meryl Streep all rolled into one." To set the record straight, according to the Comedy for Koby Website Bradley "doesn't just warm up an audience he sets them on fire!"

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