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Member Tips

Kellie O.
Food isn't the greatest. Stick to the drinks.
info Mar 28 2011 star this tip starred
Slushy Mango
Their coffee drinks suck too!
info Mar 28 2011 star this tip starred
Rob Mallery
Valet is vlose to the improv, or just do the self serve garage
info Jul 01 2011 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Shorts and nice shirt is OK.
info Aug 31 2012 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Incredible food and drinks
info Aug 31 2012 star this tip starred
Sue Ingram
Chicken tenders were very dry!
info Aug 31 2012 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

32 ratings
4.7 average rating
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attended Mar 25 2011

Bert was naturally funny and engages the audience.
The IMPROV food in general isn't good. They really need something better than previously frozen products.

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6 reviews
6 stars
attended Mar 26 2011

I loved this show!! Bert is so funny ... I laughed so hard that I cried and most of the show!! REALLY GOOD time. So glad that we got these tickets. It was very much worth every minute. I would highly recommend this comedian to anyone!!

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Website

http://www.bertbertbert.com/

Quotes & Highlights

“Bert Kreischer brings comedic timing and energy to the show.” —LA Weekly
Bert is larger than life…a figure of vaguely totemic proportions…." —Rolling Stone
“In short, Kreischer is the grown up Bluto Blutarsky.” —Time Out NY

Description

Bert Kreischer grew up in Tampa, Florida. While attending Florida State University, he was discovered by Rolling Stone Magazine and given the title ‘The #1 Party Animal in the Country’ in a six-page article entitled ‘The Undergraduate.’ This article set his comedy career in motion. Oliver Stone optioned the rights to his life, book deals were offered, and he moved to New York City to pursue stand-up comedy.

He began working at the Boston Comedy Club. Within a year Will Smith signed him to a television development deal, he moved to LA, and shortly there after was co-hosting ‘The X-Show’ on FX. A few months later he signed his second television development deal with CBS, where he made his acting debut starring in the CBS/20th Century Fox pilot, ‘Life with David J’ with Elliot Gould. Bert has also appeared on Comedy Central’s ‘Premium Blend’, ‘Shorties Watchin Shorties’, VH-1, FX’s ‘Hurt Bert’, ‘The Shield’, ‘Last Comic Standing 2’, ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’, and Spike TV’s ‘Fresh Baked Video Games’.