David Raibon

David Raibon

 Los Angeles, California, USA


You may not think a former cop would have much of a sense of humor, well you need to meet a former police officer from Houston that does. While moonlighting off-duty as a security officer Raibon wandered into a comedy club. He later formed a partnership with Rushion McDonald, the (manager of Steve Harvey) and along with J. Anthony Brown created the Apollo Theatre of the Southwest, “The Hip-Hop Comedy Stop”, where the birthplace of Destiny’s Child took place on amateur night in the early 90’s. Later, after performing in Dave Rabe’s well-known play, “Streamers”, Raibon realized he had the chops for acting and left Houston for Los Angeles in 1995 and pursued stand-up comedy and acting.

Raibon has made appearances on such television shows as, “Just Shoot Me”, “Six Feet Under”, “The District”, “Without A Trace”, “NYPD Blue“, “N.C.I.S.”, “Las Vegas”, “My Name Is Earl”, a recurring cop on “Punk’d”, a recurring guest star role on the hit series, “The Shield” as well as The 2008 season of "Russell Simmon’s HBO Def Comedy Jam", 2010 season of "Martin Lawrence presents 1st Amendment Stand up", numerous commercials including a national State Farm Insurance spot. Raibon can also be seen in the Independent thriller, “Strange Fruit.”

Currently developing a new scripted golf related sit-com series called “FORE” and also performing for the U.S. military in Kosovo, Germany, Kuwait, Japan and Iraq. Raibon is breaking out as an international headliner fueled with his hilarious accounts in detail of life as a Texas cop. "They let anybody be a police in Houston".

"Ain't Nothing Like Making A Perfect Stranger Laugh"


Set List

(1) mic cordless or corded
(1) mic stand
(1) bar stool
(1) audio system-ipod compatible