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Carvin Goldstone Wikipedia
Carvin H. Goldstone (born 19 May 1984, in Durban) is a South African comedian, and two time Comedy Show winner.
Goldstone' comedy career began in the year of 2006, when he won the Madras Masala Comedy show. He is presently a sports reporter by day. His first one-man show – "NO SWEARING!– in 2011 at the Playhouse Drama Theatre was a sellout. The show received extensive radio play on East Coast Radio's WorkZone, hosted by Makhosi Khoza.
In 2012 his second one-man show ‘iBruino’ made him one of only two South African comedians to sell out the 1200-seater Playhouse Opera.
As a professional master of ceremonies and corporate entertainer, Goldstone has hosted and performed at events for companies, including Investec, MultiChoice, Nedbank, WBHO, KPMG, UKZN and Old Mutual.
He has performed at almost every major comedy show and Comedy Festival in Durban, including:The Bruinos Only Comedy Show
Nandos Durbs Comedy Fest
Let Durban Laugh
Wow Comedy Jams
Charous and Bruinos
LOL Comedy Show
He was also the Graca Comedy Showdown, 2011, Winner.
In 2012 Goldstone was the opening comedy act for ‘Bafunny Bafunny’ as well as for Loyiso Gola’s one man show – ‘Life & Times’ - at Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World. The two appeared again in Gola's 2013 –‘Professional Black’. Other South African comedians that have included Goldstone for their shows include Nik Rabinowitz, Joey Rasdien and Stuart Tayloron his Learner Husband book tour.
Comedians he has worked with include Arnotte Payne, Dusty Rich, Gareth Woods, Glen Bo, Justice Kubheka, Jem Atkins, Lil Paul, Neil Green, Richelieu Beaunoir, Robby Collins and Simmi Areff.