Jeff Dunham from Comedy Central's "Arguing With Myself" at the Brea Improv
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All offers for Comedian-Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham have expired.
The last date listed for Comedian-Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham was Wednesday May 2, 2007 / 8:30pm.
Currently at Brea Improv:
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See the comics who made you laugh on Conan, The Tonight Show and your favorite TV sitcoms as they take the stage at the Brea Improv. Choose from a huge array of shows seven nights a week, where you can see the biggest names on the stand-up circuit or discover the latest up-and-comer on their way to stardom. Settle in with a cocktail, order some nachos and mozzarella sticks, and let the laughs begin. Please see the full event description for a current listing of shows and performers. Learn More
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We had the best time! We got front row center, can't do better than that. The staff at the Improv was great, and the comedy of Jeff Dunham, "(.com)" had me in tears from start to finish. It was one of the best nights out I've had in a long...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Comedian of the Year” —American Comedy Awards
Jeff was one of only 5 comedians to be invited by Johnny Carson to join him on the couch during his first appearance on the Tonight Show.
See clips of Jeff in action.
Breathing life into an elderly curmudgeon, a purple creature known as a “Woozle” and a self-effacing Jalapeno, among other lovable characters, Jeff Dunham is straight man to some of the funniest partners in show business.
Comedic skill and impeccable technique serve as the sleight-of-hand for this ventriloquist extraordinaire.
Dunham has won several prestigious awards. These include the following: twice winner of the “Ventriloquist of the Year,” “Comedian of the Year” by the TNN Music City Awards, “Comedian of the Year” by the Las Vegas Review Journal and one of the “Top 10 Showroom Entertainers” by the People’s Choice Poll in Las Vegas.
It is the believability of Dunham’s characters that endear them to audiences everywhere. His characters are so vivid, he usually opens with ten minutes of solo stand-up simply to establish himself as the hub of the wheel.