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KANSAS CITY, MO. (THECOUNT) — Craig Glazer, the man who ran Kansas City family-owned comedy club, Stanford and Sons, has died. He was 65.
Glazer, who Fox4 described as “One of Kansas City’s most colorful and well-known characters,” died in the hospital following surgery to correct problems with his heart and kidneys.
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Many knew Glazer because he ran his family’s comedy club, Stanford and Sons, for decades. source FOX4.
Glazer claimed to have helped discover many comedians including comedy superstar, Kevin Hart.
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