his first year of performing stand-up, he led his own show at Boston's
well-known Beantown Comedy Vault where he started Wicked Wednesdays. In 2008 he
was the winner of the Catch a New Rising Star comedy competition. In 2009 he
was a semi-finalist in the New York Comedy Contest. He played a major role in
R&B singer Samson’s music video, appeared in a pair of Sam Adams
Commercials and a variety of cable television shows. In 2010 and 11 Corey was a
semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival and was the winner of The Funniest
Comic in New England Contest.
been entertaining since childhood. Growing up in Milton - a small suburb in
Massachusetts - and spending a lot of time in the city at his family’s
barbershop businesses allowed Corey to bring a diverse voice to the stage.
Since a very early age he's had the ability to impersonate many different
voices. He often left family members in
tears at gatherings. It wasn't rare for him to startle his childhood classmates
by imitating a teacher or principal's voice in the hallways.
made a quick transition from class clown to professional headliner out his “no
holds barred” training provided by Boston’s Improv Asylum. From there he became
a part of his own short form improv troupe, Flaming Awesome. Referred to as
funny, endearing, edgy, quick and exceptionally likeable when he is on the
stage, Corey owns the crowd.
also starred in the Independent film Business is War, directed by the late
Kemal Gordon, “Corey Rodrigues plays ‘Black,’ a financially challenged
individual whose erratic funny cameos bring random laughter at a moment’s
notice.” - Entertainment Source 617 “The rest of the cast stands out as well;
especially Corey Rodrigues as the comedy relief character Black.” - The
Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival.