At age 44, comedian Sebastian Maniscalco has turned his personal gripes with everyday life into a career, as one of standup comedy's breakthrough performers. His style is a unique blend of two of his early influences: the observational approach of Jerry Seinfeld, and the physicality of John Ritter. Mark Strassmann talks with Maniscalco, author of the bestselling "Stay Hungry," about what is at the heart of his humor: his very colorful family.



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