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Aaron Freeman
Comedian

Aaron Freeman is a stand up comedian, author, cartoonist and blogger. He and his wife, artist Sharon Rosenzweig, publish the popular and controversial online weekly cartoon series, The Comic Torah. As a stand up comedian Aaron is a member of the internationally acclaimed quartet, The Israeli/Palestinian Comedy Tour. He is also a popular commentator "All Things Considered." Aaron co-wrote and directed the hit stage comedy "The Arab/Israeli Comedy Hour." He frequently performs with the famed Second City Theater and is a sought-after humorous speaker across America. Aaron is well known to midwestern radio audiences as host/high priest of his acclaimed weekly infofest, "Metropolis." Along with long-time friend and collaborator Rob Kolson Aaron created the long-running political/financial comedy "Do the White Thing" and its critically lauded sequel "Gentlemen Prefer Bonds." In 1983 Aaron created and performed the runaway hit satire, "Council Wars," A term that has subsequently become a part of Chicago's political vocabulary. For ten years he hosted a popular television talk show "Talking with Aaron Freeman." And later hosted and was chief science correspondent for Chicago Public Television's the science and technology program "Chicago Tomorrow." His books include "How to Say 'I Love You' in 30 Languages," "Baby Boomers - Acid Rock to Acid Reflux" and "Confessions of a Lottery Ball, the Inside our world of Aaron Freeman." Aaron performs his one man shows "News Today/Comedy Tonight" and "Kosher Chitterlings" for business groups, Jewish groups, colleges, associations and assorted capitalist functions across America


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