Watch Previews Of Stand-Up Comedian ‘Quincy Jones’ HBO Comedy Special Thursday, June 2nd

Quincy Jones, a young stand-up comic diagnosed with terminal cancer who recently told his story on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and expressed his intent to tape a one-hour stand-up show, is set to headline his first HBO comedy special. The exclusive presentation will tape at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles on April 4 and debut this spring.

Originally from Seattle, the 32-year-old Jones moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in comedy. At the time of his cancer diagnosis in July 2015, he was performing an estimated 1,000 stand-up sets a year in order to develop his skills, and continues to perform today, despite ongoing chemotherapy.

To help Jones achieve his dream of starring in a stand-up comedy special that would be his legacy, friend and fellow comedian Nicole Blaine, along with her husband, Mickey Blaine, launched a Kickstarter campaign, which led to his March 15 appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and his subsequent HBO deal.

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