MARK MATUSOF

Ma-tu-sof (ma-tu-sof) n. 1. A comedian based in Washington D.C. who has been described in the press as: “funny without being vulgar or nasty” and “going the smarter, hipper direction to the joke”.   

2. Natural habitat: Clubs, colleges, corporate events, country clubs, and cruise ships. Sightings include: “Night Shift”, CNBC’s America’s Talking Network, XM Satellite Radio and the nationally syndicated “Bob and Tom” radio show. Opening act for a CBS David Copperfield special.

3. Diet: Material ranging from his immigrant family to the aggravations of modern life, current events and the fragility of the male ego. A little music tossed for dessert!

– Syn. 1. One who misuses the mandolin for fun and/or profit.

[Prob. Slavic – Former aerospace engineer fast becoming a favorite entertainer across North America from Las Vegas to the Bahamas. His comedy is clever, thoughtful, and most importantly, hilarious!

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