Nore Davis tells it like it is. Whether joking about growing up in Yonkers, his transgendered "sis-bro" or race on the set of Boardwalk Empire, Nore delivers refreshingly genuine comedy about his personal experiences in modern day New York.
Nore's TV credits include recurring roles on MTV's Nikki & Sara Live and HBO's Boardwalk Empire as well as appearances on Inside Amy Schumer, Nikki & Sara Live, Last Week Tonight and Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. He's performed on numerous stand-up series including Seeso's The Guest List, Comedy Central's Russell Simmons Presents: The Ruckus, BET's Comic View, and two episodes of AXS TV's Gotham Comedy Live. He has written for Comedy Fight Night, MTV's Yo, Is This Racist? and truTV's Bullet Pudding, on which he also performed.
In 2014, Time Out NY named Nore one of the Top 10 Comics to Watch at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal, where he was featured on the festival's prestigious New Faces of Comedy showcase. Other festival appearances include 2015's Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland and The Comedy Exposition in Chicago.
Nore's first two albums Home Game and Away Game are available from Rooftop Comedy and Comedy Dynamics, respectively. His debut hour-long special Off the Chain aired in 2015 on Bounce TV. He can soon be seen on Comedy Central's Cinema Social Club.
"People may tell me I'm a clown, maybe so, but a comedian is just as good as a doctor. Never underestimate the true power in laughter. Laughter is like medicine and I devote my life to it!" -NORE