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More About David Sedaris
Seeing David Sedaris live will be the most fun you’ll ever have listening to someone reading aloud. Of course, Sedaris isn’t just reading anything aloud. He’s reading his own stories/essays and they are uproarious.
Sedaris is the Mark Twain of his day. He’s witty, clever, honest, and capable of making sidesplitting observations. Not only will he make you laugh but he’ll also make you think and sometimes feel sad.
When performing live, he’ll read from his latest hilarious book. Then he’ll regale audiences with excerpts from his diaries. Finally, the house lights go up and it’s question-and-answer time.
With a deadpan delivery, Sedaris reads stories that are basically autobiographical. His humor is dry and self-deprecating. His subjects are mainly family, childhood, homosexuality, and drug use.
Some of David Sedaris’ best known works are Naked; Me Talk Pretty One Day; Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim; Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary; and Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls.
Sedaris was born in Johnson City, New York but grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. Actress Amy Sedaris is David’s sister.