Quirky Comedian Harland Williams (Dumb & Dumber, Half Baked)
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Born with achondroplastic dwarfism, stand-up comic Brad Williams started doing comedy at the age of 19 and got his big break when he began frequently appearing on Comedy Central's Mind of Mencia. He also toured as Carlos Mencia's opening act for five years. Since then, his stand-up has been seen on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, The Tonight Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live. When he's not touring the country's comedy clubs, Williams regularly plays shows for the U.S. military around the world. Learn More
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“(Williams) now finds audiences cheering and applauding — before he says a word on stage.” —Calgary Sun
“Williams is… bidding to join Tom Green and Jim Carrey in the Holy Trinity of Zany Canadians.” —TV Guide Canada
While it’s a little hard to take comedian Harland Williams seriously — he is, after all, a comedian in the tradition of Pauly Shore — Williams is actually multitalented and a gifted funnyman. Williams made his debut in Farrelly Brothers’ Dumb and Dumber, which set the tone for his acting career. His first starring role came in Rocket Man, a funny film which nevertheless tanked at the box office. Williams’ zany and offbeat style of comedy has earned him plenty of devout fans, who treaure Rocket Man as a cult classic.
Actor, author, and comedian Harland Williams is poised to bring his unique brand of off-beat and good natured comedy to a wider audience with projects in both film and television. This will add to his already spectacular resume, which already includes Sorority Boys, Superstar, Dog Park, There’s Something About Mary, The Whole Nine Yards, Down Periscope, Dumb & Dumber, Half Baked, and Freddie Got Fingered. He is also a regular on Late Night with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.