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Elephant Larry is a sketch comedy group from New York City. They were formed in 2002 and have been performing since, most recently at The Peoples Improv Theater.
All five Elephants (Geoff Haggerty, Stefan Lawrence, Chris Principe, Jeff Solomon and Alexander Zalben) are former members of Cornell University's sketch comedy group, the Skits-O-Phrenics. During their time with the Skits, they wrote, directed and performed in over 20 sketch comedy shows.
Since their inception, Elephant Larry has created eleven shows: Dawn of Elephant Larry, ElephantoberFest, The Precinct, The Syrup & Butter Show, A Tree Grows in Elephant Larry, All Aboard The U.S.S. Boatship, The Crime Machine, BOOM, Ninja Christmas, the appropriately titled Elephant Larry and Caveman Christmas.
Elephant Larry's sketches have been featured regularly on Collegehumor.com, and BestWeekEver.tv. In 2006, one of their live sketches based on the Street Fighter 2 video game was viewed by over half a million people in the first month alone. In 2007, they co-produced "Minesweeper: The Movie" with CollegeHumor.com, which has been seen by millions world-wide, and translated into German and Russian.
Elephant Larry was one of six finalists for The Great Sketch Experiment, being run by JibJab. The six short videos, including Elephant Larry's "Tall Cop Short Cop," were directed by John Landis and heavily promoted on the site. Elephant Larry lost the contest, which carried a $10,000 grand prize, to Famous Last Nerds.