A quintessential stand-up, with over three decades' experience and forty-five Letterman appearances, Jake Johannsen is an infinitely warm and funny man. We talk about how his decisions have defined him, how to cope with periods of derailed progress, and why the plans of a comedian are pointless.
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Published: 25th February 2019. Length: 88 minutes.
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