Which comedians are funniest?

The best comedians on the planet.

They can be funny or they can be just plain weird.

And there’s a lot to choose from.

But we wanted to get the best of the best to share with you.

The Top 100 Comedians Of All Time is based on an annual list of the 100 best comedians of all time, compiled by The Conversation magazine.

Each year, the magazine selects its 100 top performers from across the comedy spectrum.

The list is updated on the website every January.

Below, we’ve picked out the 100 funniest comedians of the past 25 years.

You can read more about the Top 100 at comedy100.com.

We’re looking forward to seeing what the rest of the year brings.


Dave Chappelle Comedian and host of Dave Chappa’s Dave Chaps show Dave Chaka is one of the most popular comedians of our time.

His comedic chops are well-documented and he’s performed on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with David Letterman.

But he’s also been a regular at the Comedy Store, The Improv and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

The comedian and actor was born in New York City, raised in Long Island, New York, and graduated from Yale University with a degree in acting and theatre studies.

Dave now lives in New Jersey and is the host of The Dave Chasplains Comedy Tour.

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Robert De Niro Comedian Robert DeNiro was born on May 6, 1946 in Chicago, Illinois.

He became a household name after starring in the cult movie, A Few Good Men.

The actor is best known for his role as Joe Pesci on the hit television show The Sopranos.

He also starred in the films, The Graduate, Two Days, One Night, The Wolf of Wall Street and The Wrestler.

The writer-director has worked with many Hollywood and film stars, including John Wayne, George Clooney, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.

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James Corden The HBO comedian has been a television host, writer and host since 1997.

He currently serves as a regular on the popular late-night talk show The Late Late Show.

Corden also has a weekly podcast, The Corden Files.

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David Cross The acclaimed comic is best-known for playing the villain in the 1993 hit TV series The Wire, as well as writing and starring in such films as The Fugitive, The Mummy, The Last of the Mohicans, The Exorcist, The Shining, and the Batman trilogy.

The award-winning actor has also starred opposite Meryl Streep in the acclaimed films The Help, All the Money in the World and The Social Network.

The comic is the creator of the popular comic strip The Dark Knight.

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Will Ferrell Will Ferrel has been making the rounds in Hollywood for more than 20 years, making films such as The Hangover, The Angry Birds Movie, the upcoming comedy The Fonz, the remake of The Nutty Professor and most recently, The Nut Job.

He is best remembered for playing a tough cop in the hit TV sitcom The Wire.

He has also appeared in such popular TV shows as The Simpsons, Parks and Recreation and American Dad.

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John Waters Waters The legendary British singer and songwriter is best recognized for his songs including the Oscar-winning hit song “Loving You,” which he performed on Broadway in 2009.

Waters is best noted for his iconic solo music video for “Can’t Stop the Feeling.”

He is the author of such films including Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon, The Dark Crystal, The Silence of the Lambs, and The Lion King.

The Best 100 Comedian Of All Times (2018) is compiled by the Comedy 100, the world’s leading comedy fan site.

We chose the comedians who have been funniest in the past five years, using our criteria of funnyness, range, personality, and wit.

We also looked at the comedians we believe have the potential to be funny in the future, based on their performances in the field.

Here’s what we came up with.

Top Comedians: Bob Newhart, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers, Will Ferrerell, David Cross, Jimmy Fallon, Jon Stewart, Bill Burr, Adam Carolla, Michael Richards, Matt Lauer, Stephen Colbert, John Oliver, Jimmy Carr, Jim Gaffigan, Dave Chapelle, Amy Schumer, Dave Barry, Amy Poehler, Chris Hardwick, Bill Hader, John Cleese, David Letterland, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, Bill Maher, Michael Che, Seth Rogen, Dave Attell, Jon Voight, Dave Grohl, Patton Oswalt, Patton Hogg, Paul F. Tompkins, Joe Pesce, Mike Birbiglia, John Travolta, David Schwimmer, Joe Rogan, Rob Reiner, Matt S