Vic Dibitetto is the "bread and milk" guy. The viral video that's earned 12 million hits on YouTube shows Dibitetto going apoplectic in his car, wailing "I've got to get the bread and milk!! Oh my god!!" because the weatherman has predicted a little snow. The "Bread and Milk" clip is only 28 seconds long, but the New York-based Dibitetto has a lot more material than that. He's a seasoned stand-up comic who won the $10,000 Grand Prize on TV's "America's Funniest People" back in the early '90s, toured with several stars from "The Sopranos" in the show "Comedy You Can't Refuse," and has a role in the upcoming "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2." Dibitetto does a two-set, one-night stand Aug. 28 at Joker's Wild Comedy Club in New Haven (232 Wooster St., New Haven; 203-773-0733, jokerswildclub.com). Shows are at 8 & 10:30 p.m., tickets are $15 and there's an opening act, Tommy Gooch, who, like Dibitetto, is a proud Staten Islander.
VIC DIBITETTO performs Aug. 28 at Joker's Wild Comedy Club, 232 Wooster St., New Haven; 203-773-0733, jokerswildclub.com. Shows are at 8 & 10:30 p.m., tickets are $15.Copyright © 2015, CT Now