Before comedy’s top acts take the stage at Levity Live in West Nyack each week, they email LoHud Lowdown to participate in our Comedy Q&A: Same questions, different answers from some our favorite comedians. Here’s the latest from our inbox.
Performing this Weekend: Rich Vos
Best Known For: Appearances on “Last Comic Standing,” “The Opie and Anthony Show,” and “Comedy Central.”
If You Go: Friday through Sunday at Levity Live, 4210 Palisades Center Dr., West Nyack. $20. www.levitylive.com.
Q: Is anything off limits in your act?
A: The mentally handicapped. They can’t defend themselves.
Q: Which comedians inspired you to become a standup comic?
A: Funny ones.
Q: Who are three celebrities who have given you great material over the years?
A: Pope, Mother Teresa, Gandhi.
Q: If you weren’t a comedian, what do you think you would be doing for a living?
A: [I’d be in] prison.
Q: What are three things people would be surprised to learn about you offstage?
A: I’m a cross dresser, peeping tom, and very charitable.
Q: Where’s the most interesting place you’ve ever performed comedy?
A: I hosted Woodstock 99.
Q: Anything coming up that you would like us to know about?
A: Movie coming out after its sold, doc called “Women Aren’t Funny,” and podcast “My Wife Hates Me” on iTunes.
Q: Do you tweet?
A: Yes. (@RichVos)