Drew Carey is a jack-of-all-Hollywood-trades. He has been in films and on TV and has produced and directed a number of other projects. . Stand-up, improv and sketch comedy are the features of his road show, Drew Carey and Friends. If you are seeking side-splitting humor and a general good time, you should consider getting tickets to see one of these live appearances.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Drew began his career as a comedian, and appeared on Star Search in 1988. After that he was invited to the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1991. He then appeared in an HBO Young Comedians Special. In 1994, Carey starred in a Showtime stand-up special and won a Cable Ace Award for Best Writing. Drew had proved his quick witted, melancholy comedy was raucously funny and began to use his popularity to diversify his career
In 1995, he was given his own sitcom, The Drew Carey Show. In 1998, he brought the hilarious British improvisational comedy show Who's Line Is It Anyway to the USA. In 2000, Drew was awarded an honorary Ph.D from Cleveland State University. In October of 2002, Carey was roasted by the New York Friar's Club, and he received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame the following year.
The live performances by Drew Carey and Friends are the most critically acclaimed of any live comedy tour. With all his experience and variety of talent, Drew is a total gas in this show. The hilarious skits are his best work and encompass material about everything from political messages to the horrors of everyday family life. You already know how funny and creative Drew Carey is, so it's time to get your tickets to see him perform live.
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