Hilarious one liners,never ending jokes and the over the top funny impressions.... There isn't a better way to kick off March than seeing funny man Tracy Morgan this weekend!
Out on the road and cracking up audiences everywhere, this fearless comic is coming right to you Boston! Morgan is perhaps best known for his role as Tracy Jordon on the award winning TV series 30 Rock. He has made quite the name for himself with is his racy humor and bawdy jokes. This one of a kind occasionally controversial stand up comic is for sure an act you need to see live!
The comedian, who rose to fame on Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock, is at the tail end of his Excuse My French tour, which makes a stop at the Wilbur Theatre this Saturday, March 1st. The stand-up show, he’s been quoted as saying, serves as a bit of a reintroduction to who he is—which is not Tracy Jordan, the outrageous character he played on “30 Rock.”
Rising actress and comedian Syd Wilder has caught our eye with her hilarious antics and sexy Southern belle look- she's the complete package. When she's not showing off her acting chops on the silver screen alongside stars like Seth Rogan, Mekhi Pfeifer, and Mischa Barton (just to name drop a few), you can catch her cracking jokes on stage at the Flappers Comedy Club or uploading some outrageous sketches on the internet. We got to speak with this comedic starlet and get a sneak peek into her crazy rise to stardom.
Comedian Tommy Davidson doesn't discriminate. He'll find something funny in everyone and everything, from black people to white people to Obama and even dinosaurs. This comedy vet has been doing stand-up since the 80's and is widely known for his impersonations, made famous on In Living Color in the '90s. You can also catch him in chuckle-worthy flicks like Booty Call, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls and Juwanna Mann.
Who were some of your comedy heroes growing up?
Richard Pryor number one. Bill Cosby. Eddie Murphy.
So not funny! Reports claim that actor/comedian Tracy Morgan was booed and bashed after a stand-up routine in Nashville, Friday 06/03/11 went out of hand. Comedy patrons were not prepared for the hateful tirade, whether or not he's joking, the 30 Rock star was spewing out against the LGBT community.
Unfortunately, not all members who witnessed the fiasco were disturbed. In fact, they actually followed up his insults with cheers, audience member Kevin Rogers (from Truth Wins Out) says. Alas, this is not-so-liberal Tennessee.
Greg Giraldo was rushed to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Jersey Saturday for undisclosed reasons. At the time he was staying at a nearby hotel for a four-night act at the Stress Factory comedy club in New Brunswick.
Fans were told before the Saturday night show that he was rushed to the hospital and would not be performing. A source from his management stated, “It was an accidental overdose...”
Giraldo was only 44.