Tom Arnold Live -- Stand-Up Comedy at the Arlington Drafthouse
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The Blue Show mixes up bits of all of the comedy improv shows you love. Throw in the fast-paced games of ComedySportz, add the no-holds-barred elements of TV's Whose Line Is It Anyway? and top it off with a dose of the naughty, dark humor of past shows, like Poppycock, DCUP and Grimprov. The performers are your same pals from ComedySportz, but now they don't have to hold their tongues. The funny cast is free to say and do whatever pops into their wacky heads. Without stretching to make the material dirty, this show is the result of what happens when people act first, think later. Learn More
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He began his career in comedy at the University of Iowa before moving to Minneapolis where he won the Minneapolis Comedy Competition in 1988. He then moved to Los Angeles to write for the successful television series Roseanne, where he went on to serve as executive producer. He appeared in his own HBO special, Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth, and wrote, produced and started in his own television series’ The Jackie Thomas Show, Tom and The Tom Show.
Recipient of a Peabody Award and Golden Globe Award, Arnold has appeared as the resident comic relief character in films including Nine Months, True Lies, Hero and Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery. In the upcoming feature, Grassroots, Arnold stars along side Cobie Smulders, Lauren Ambrose, Joel David Moore and Jason Biggs.
While known for his hilarious and wild characters, Arnold has also received critical praise for several mature and dramatic roles in films, including Gardens of the Night, The Great Buck Howard, Good Dick, The Year of Getting to Know Us and Happy Endings.
On the Fox Sports Network, Arnold hosted the Best Damn Sports Show Period and recently returned to the network as both producer and host of the kids’ baseball show Kid Pitch. He hosts the popular “Laughing With The Stars” weekly comedy show at The Laugh Factory in West Hollywood featuring supporting acts ranging from rising young comics to all-time favorites.