Jamie Kennedy at The Grove of Anaheim
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She was just a small-town girl, living in a lonely world ... until arriving on the Sunset Strip circa 1987, where she meets a big-city boy. Nominated for five 2009 Tony Awards including Best Musical and called "insanely fun" by Time Out New York, the Broadway smash hit Rock of Ages follows two teens with big dreams and even bigger hair as they face speed bumps on the road to love, set to the music of Journey, Night Ranger, Styx, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar and more. This hilarious, high-energy production includes such classic '80s hits as "Don't Stop Believin'," "We Built This City," "The Final Countdown," "Wanted Dead or Alive," "Here I Go Again," "Can't Fight This Feeling" and "I Want to Know What Love Is." You won't want to miss this awesomely fun show about dreaming big, playing loud and partying on. Learn More
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With a unique view and offbeat sensibility, Jamie Kennedy is setting himself apart from his contemporaries as an actor, writer and producer. He has co-written the just-released film Malibu's Most Wanted and continues to portray a wide variety of characters on his hit series JKX: The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, which has been described as "the bastard child of Saturday Night Live and Candid Camera" (E! Online).
Despite his success as an actor and writer, Jamie Kennedy is no stranger to stand-up comedy. It's how his career got started, although he experienced his share of humiliation along the way, including getting booed off stage at a West Hollywood gay bar for not being "pretty enough to imitate gay men." But Jamie eventually got recognition for his comedic stylings at more welcoming venues like the Laugh Factory, the Improv and even open mic night at Scientology Headquarters. The real break-through came, though, when he invented a fictional agent for himself and used the character to phone real agents and managers and convince them to come to his shows. It didn't take long before his talent was recognized, and soon he was making films, including Scream, Scream 2, Three Kings, Bowfinger and Clockwatchers, to name just a few.