29 Apr

Kissin Wins Manhattan Monologue Slam

Awaits death threat after playing Arab character Carl Kissin won the November installment of the prestigious Manhattan Monologue Slam, a once a month acting competition judged by top New York talent agents and casting directors. He took first place playing
29 Apr

Kissin Attends Master Improv Retreat

Frustrates Three Famed Improv Gurus Carl Kissin recently returned from five blissful days at an improv retreat in the Catskill Mountains where he distinguished himself from his peers by being the only one to make no discernable progress. The Masters
29 Apr

“Depressed, Depressed!” Has Happy Debut At Donnell

Authors Perplexed At The Irony Donnell Library Theater – It was supposed to be this year’s “feel-bad” musical, but audiences who saw the one-hour work-in-progress presentation of “Depressed, Depressed!” (book & lyrics by Carl Kissin, music by D.D. Jackson), spent
29 Apr

Carl Performs Scholarship Benefit For Collegiate School

Diploma Revoked Afterward PUCK BLDG., Carl Kissin performed three of his award-winning monologues at a sold-out scholarship benefit for the Collegiate School, the oldest school in the United States of America as well as one of the most academically prestigious.
28 Apr

U.F.O.’s Kidnap Carl Kissin

Make Him Do The Voice-Overs For Four Cablevision “Pay-Per-View” Commercials, Then Return Him To Earth Hideous beings from a far away world called Longisland, used mysterious mind influencing beams to ensnare Carl Kissin into a LIRR train that took him
27 Apr

My Wild Night With Tom Cruise

An Extra Confesses All Hired as “special talent” for a scene in the upcoming movie Cocktail where a juggler was needed, Carl Kissin was unexpectedly asked to partake in an additional scene in which he would drive a taxicab that
25 Apr


Carl Kissin recently completed filming the part of a psychiatrist in the Independent film, “Hacks.” When he informed his own therapist of this role, the normally calm doctor flew into a violent rage shouting, “Don’t make fun of me! I
24 Apr

Carl Kissin Brainwashed By Abusive Comedy Cult

Finally Deprogrammed After 4000 Shows Critics from the NY papers raved about his performances. The Daily News said of him, “smacks of comic genius.” The Post’s Chip Deffaa called him a “superb improviser” and said, “no one thinks faster on