Way back in the 1980s, Dave Cohen was a working Jewish comic doing the club circuit and making a name for himself as one of the members of the London's Comedy Store Players.
Among those he worked with were Paul Merton and Mike Myers.
During the late 80s and early 90s, he also wrote comedy songs for satirical TV show Spitting Image and during the 90s, he continued with his music interests being one of the founders of cult spoof band Guns-n-Moses.
As well as TV and radio work, Cohen has had minor roles in films including Suzie Gold and the forthcoming Sixty Six. Cohenís role in both film is described as "grumpy middle-aged Jew".
And May sees Cohen return to the stand-up circuit with a new show Dave Cohen and Friends - A one man show at London's Lowdown at the Albany in Great Portland Street.
His nights are 2, 7, 9 and 14 May.
Cohen promises a great night of Jewish comedy and an opportunity to see how the old school Jewish comics from the 1980s compare to the recent new wave of comics such as Josh Howie.
For more information: www.lowdownatthealbany.com