Ferrentino, who had been one of the first regular comedians on the pioneering nightly television comedy show, "Comedy Tonight", was beginning to pile quite an impressive list of appearances during the explosion of cable television shows devoted to the comedy craze. He has, in fact, had over 80 television appearances, including the "MTV Half Hour Comedy Hour", "Showtime’s Comedy Club Network", "Comedy on the Road Hour", "Evening at the Improv" and "Stand-Up Spotlight" on VH-1, just to name a few. He’s also been featured on the Collectors Workshop convention and has twice lectured at the Tannen’s Jubilee. John has co-produced the New York Magic Symposium in both New York and California and has appeared as a featured performer at the World Summit of Magic in Washington, DC., at the Society of American Magicians gala and for the Society of Magicians on numerous occasions.
In recent years, Ferrentino has had incredible experiences, travelling the world on cruise ships as a Headline Entertainer, but he relishes getting back to his New York audience at Westbury Music Fair, Governors Comedy Club and the Borgata, Atlantic City. A long time dream of john's was fulfilled when he produced a revue show based around his comedy in Orlando, Florida and he has also recently had the honour of performing for George and Barbara Bush.
Feature: Joe Moffa
Joe Moffa has been heard on multiple radio shows as a guest /co-host and has landed small parts in major films like Brian De Palma’s “Carlito’s Way” and “Stardom” starring Dan Aykroyd and Frank Langella. Joe was cast by director Sidney Lumett in the role of Officer Santos for the TV series “100 Centre Street.” He has been featured in the TV show “Law & Order: SVU” and on the Fox Cartoon Network. He was cast as the voice for the cartoon character of the NY JETS Game Face and featured in national TV and print ad commercials for the Avacor Corporation and for “The Naked Chef” starring Jamie Oliver. Joe’s recent credits include the film “Man on a Ledge” (2012 release) and the CBS TV show “Blue Bloods.” As an entertainer, his blue-collar personality is the driving force that sparks his stand-up comedy act. He is basically just Joe Moffa – being Joe Moffa. Noth’in but love to my family and friends with a very special shout out to my Pop, my kid sis and her peeps. Also to P Mo, G Mo, J Mo, Mugsie Mo and Rocky Mo, my heart and soul, without them, there would never be a me!