Comedian/Actor Mark Curry (Hangin' With Mr. Cooper) at the Brea Improv
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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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Featured review from Bryan D.
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Was expecting a little more humor from someone who had been on a TV comedy show. Looked like he didn't come totally prepared with a "routine" but preferred to ad-lib/improvise by getting topic inputs from the audience, then worked material off that input. Or maybe he was developing a stage routine & was working some options(?). We did like the way he wrapped up his show by having all birthday/anniversary celebrants come up on stage for some impromptu dancing/banter.
<p>Perhaps best known as the star of his own hit sitcom</p>
Hangin' With Mr. Cooper,
<p>which ran for five seasons on ABC, and for hosting</p>
Showtime At The Apollo
<p>, comedian, actor, and host Mark Curry is packing the laughs as one of the top national touring acts.</p>
<p>Curry recently showcased his talent on the new season of Russell Simmons' critically acclaimed Def Comedy Jam series on HBO and was also seen this year performing at the prestigious "Just For Laughs" Festival in Montreal.</p>
<p>In addition to his stand-up performances, which have included numerous comedy specials on HBO and Comedy Central, Curry has also continued to act, appeared opposite Kirstie Alley in a recurring role on Showtime's hit series</p> Fat Actress <p>. He has also lent his golden touch as the host of BET's comedy talent search show</p> Coming to the Stage <p>, making the show the network's #1 series in its first season. His love of basketball was evident with his stand-out role as a NBA correspondent for ESPN's</p> Cold Pizza <p>.</p>