D.C. Benny started making his family laugh at age 5 with his impressions of Charles Laughton and Toshiro Mifune going to the bathroom. Eventually, he tried his hand at stand-up comedy at a college competition, and brought down the house with his imitations of well-known professors. This led to spots at local comedy clubs and some voice-over work.
Since then he has head lined every major club in NYC, and has performed on national television shows including: "Showtime at the Apollo," "Friday Night Video," "The Chris Rock Show," and "Evening at the Improv." He was billed with such notables as: Jeff Foxworthy, Margaret Cho, and Bernie Mac and has opened for the Fugees. D.C. has also been featured as an actor on NBC's "Law and Order," UPN's Swift Justice, various commercials, and will be seen in an upcoming feature film, "Love Walked In," starring Dennis Leary.
D.C.'s comedy act combines original characters, hilarious celebrity impressions, side-splitting stories, and crowd interaction for a uniquely funny experience. After 6 years of performing for audiences of all ages and backgrounds, D.C. knows how to give any crowd a memorable show.