Early in his career, Rodney Dangerfield made Dennis Blair his protégé, and together they toured the United States and Canada for over three years. Dennis conceived and co-wrote Rodney’s hit movie, “Easy Money”. He was a co-creative, wrote and was a featured actor in two Dangerfield specials on ABC, and was consultant for the album “Rapping Rodney”. The title song (which he co-wrote) was nominated for a Grammy Award. His post-Rodney career has seen him opening for a multitude of celebrities such as Tom Jones, Gloria Estefan, Joy Behar, Jackie Mason, and the late, great George Carlin, with whom he toured exclusively for over eighteen years. He won an Emmy Award for both writing and voiceovers for the animated film “Confessions of a Standup”.