Warren Durso is a native New Yorker, and started his entertainment career playing drums professionally at the age of nine years old. He has been in various bands touring the US, Canada and the US Virgin Islands. In the early 90’s Warren met comedian Ron Bennington, from the Ron and Ron Radio Network in Clearwater, Florida where he played a character called “The Curtain Boy” on the syndicated radio show. Warren became a regular favorite at Ron Bennington’s Comedy Scene. Warren toured with Sam Kinison’s “Outlaws of Comedy” featuring Jimmy Shubert, Carl LaBove, Mitchell Walters and Warren Durso as Ron Bennington’s Disciples of Comedy selling out 2000 seat theaters throughout the South Eastern United States. Durso has performed stand-up comedy all around the world, and has performed with Jeff Dunham & Peanut, Amazing Jonathan, Academy Award Winner Jamie Foxx, Billy Gardell, Larry The Cable Guy and SNL cast members Jim Breuer, Darrell Hammond, Victoria Jackson and Norm McDonald to name drop a few. He has acted in 2 feature films released in 2008. They are titled, “Cutoff” featuring Faye Dunaway, Malcolm McDowell, Anne Archer, Kurupt, and Amanda Brooks. “Even Money” also featuring Danny Devito, Kim Basinger, Forrest Whittaker, Kelsey Grammer and directed by Mark Rydell. Durso has performed internationally entertaining for the United States Military on USO tours in Asia and in the Middle East where he ventured out into the center of the war visiting 8 countries in 25 days entertaining the US troops and Allied Joint Forces for “Operation Enduring Freedom”.
Warren Durso was also featured in an eight page article titled "UGLY" in the May 2012 issue of Esquire Magazine Written by the illustrious award winning journalist Mike Sager.
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