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The last date listed for Comedian-Actor John Witherspoon was Sunday September 4, 2011 / 7:00pm.
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A rising star in the comedy world, actor-comedian Adam Ray has appeared on some of TV's funniest shows, including Workaholics, 2 Broke Girls and Human Giant. The Seattle native also appears in the buddy cop comedy The Heat, opposite Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. A former writer for Ashton Kutcher's prank show Punk'd, Ray is perhaps best known for his website's weekly comedy sketches (collectively known as Adam Ray TV), which have over 30 million views. His stand-up encompasses everything from teenage drug use to astrology and relationships. Learn More
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Featured review from L.A. Tony Williams
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The evening flowed with laughter, fun, and great comedic talent! Two very good opening acts that pumped everyone up followed with Mr. BANG! BANG! BANG! BANG! John Witherspoon. With two opening acts, I thought we would get a "modified" or shorter-than-normal routine from Mr. Witherspoon, Not Even!!
A full set with no dead spots, Yeaaah Boooy! So to say, that I enjoyed the night would be an understatement.
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From coining such catch-phrases as "Bang!Bang!Bang!" and "You Gotta Co-ordinate", to bringing to life some of the most hilarious, unforgettable characters, John Witherspoon continues to reel in audiences with his side-splitting performances and off-the-cuff humor.
Witherspoon is well-known from his hilarious appearances on The Wayans Brothers, The Tonight Show and the films Friday, Next Friday, Friday After Next and Boomerang (with Eddie Murphy).
He was also recently one of the celebrity talent scouts for the NBC realtiy show Last Comic Standing.
When not busy with film and television work, John still tours as a stand-up comic and is working on a comedy album he expects to release in 2003.