Comedian Mitch Fatel Was a Stern Show Intern

September 16, 2009
Photo: The Howard Stern Show

Comedian Mitch Fatel stopped by to promote his new Comedy Central stand-up special and noted that he was an intern for the show almost 20 years ago. Howard read that Mitch felt that Gary had discouraged his dreams of becoming a comedian, telling him, “Don’t quit your day job.” “That stuck with me for so many years … I was very sensitive,” he said before admitting he was barred for 10 years by the person who used to run the Aspen Comedy Festival. “I finally went the year after he left and won ‘Best Comedian’ and that was redemption for me.

Comedy Pays in the Bedroom

Mitch said he’d done so well in comedy, he’d managed to get himself a hot Asian girlfriend. “I [sometimes] forget that she’s only with me because I’m only in show businesss ,” he said. “She swallowed on the first date and then never swallowed again.”

Mitch complained that he sometimes has a hard time keeping up with her. “We had a fight because she says I don’t have enough sex with her … she can have orgasms one after another after another,” he noted before detailing a threesome with a pair of fans who began fighting over him in the middle of it. “They’re both crying…and I still have to finish so I’m like, do I jerk off on them?”

Mitch on April Macie

Photo: The Howard Stern Show

Howard noted that Mitch also dated April Macie, who recently won the show’s Hottest Comedian contest. “It was a one-nighter and then I made the mistake,” he said of April moving in after he invited her to stay with him while she looked for an apartment. “I just didn’t want to date a comedian because they’re crazy. April couldn’t be as funny as she is without being nuts.“