Galifianakis, Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn and Maria Bamford, are the four Comedians of Comedy, a periodic packaged comedy tour in the style of The Original Kings of Comedy and the Blue Collar Comedy Tour.They chose to perform at live rock clubs as opposed to comedy clubs to try to reach a different audience. He came to prominence with his Comedy Central Presents special in 2001 and presented his own show called Late World with Zach on VH1 the following year.
It included a stand-up routine and a segment with a piano, and concluded with an a cappella group (The Night Owls, introduced as his "12 ex-girlfriends"), singing "Eternal Flame" by The Bangles while he made jokes.
In 2002, he hosted his own VH1 talk show called Late World with Zach, it featured many of his friends and regular performers from the LA comedy and music venue Largo where he appeared frequently during this time period. Galifianakis played Alan Finger on the Comedy Central show Dog Bites Man, a fake news program that caught people during candid moments thinking they were being interviewed by a real news crew.
Zach mother is originally belonging from Scotland as her ancestry.
The name of his grandparents is Mick Galufianakis and Sophia.
Zach presented himself within Late World with Zach as Comedy Central Presents and it was the best ranked show in VH1.
The active year of Zach started from the year 1996 and till today his success has reached up to the high level.
Zach mother name is Mary Frances and his father name is Harry.
Zach mother was working in community arts center owner and his father was heating oil vendor.
Zach also in addition to this played within Boston Common as a guest performer from where his professional time started.
He also worked within Saturday Night Live which also falls under the success story of his life.