Broken Lizard: Comedian-Filmmakers (Super Troopers) Perform Live
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The last date listed for Broken Lizard Live was Sunday February 19, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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Winner of the Irvine Improv's Funniest Comedian in Orange County, Grant Cotter brings his raunchy, yet witty stand-up to Brea. His high-energy act's been seen on 1,000 Ways To Die on Spike TV, MTV's All-Stars, TMZ and more. A native of London who was brought up in San Diego and on Catalina Island, Cotter's regularly heard on Sirius/XM satellite radio and hosts his own web series. He's also hit most of the major comedy festivals and shared stages with Dane Cook, Ron White, Louis CK, Dave Attell and Daniel Tosh, among many others. Learn More
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Broken Lizard formed at Colgate University as a student sketch comedy group. Following graduation, they relocated to New York City, where they performed live shows in exchange for sexual favors.
The group began its feature film career with their award-winning debut Puddle Cruiser. Shot in 1996, Puddle Cruiser became an official selection at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival and went on to be part of the Berlin, London and Hamptons Film Festivals. At the Hamptons Film Festival Puddle Cruiser won the Grand Prize Golden Starfish Award.
They followed up with the independently-financed, cult-hit Super Troopers (Fox Searchlight), which premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival and was released worldwide in February 2002. Besides earning $20 million at the box office, Super Troopers also found a massive audience in the home video market, selling over five million copies on DVD. They followed Super Troopers with yet another cult favorite, the horror-comedy Club Dread (Fox Searchlight) which was released in February of 2004.
In 2005, the group co-wrote and acted in the film remake of the popular 70’s television series The Dukes of Hazzard (Warner Bros), which was directed by Chandrasekhar. Following the success of Dukes, the Lizards signed a 3 year first look deal with Warner Brothers, where they have set up shop and hired a team of elves to help them craft comedy for the studio.
Broken Lizard’s other projects include Beerfest (Warner Bros) and The Slammin’ Salmon.