Coleman Cox recently moved to Los Angeles, California. He is doing very well for himself. Coleman has opened for bands, improv troupes - is annoyed that Microsoft Word keeps changing “improv” to “improve” - and has been a regular host at clubs.
He also had a show at a Strip Club once, which used to be a Steak and Ale. Steak and Ale was/is a restaurant chain originally founded by restaurant pioneer Norman Brinker in 1966. The chain, with its dimly lit dining rooms, billed itself as offering an upscale steak experience at lower prices. It was seen as a model for the casual-dining steakhouse chain, and many executives there went on to run other large chains.