Vanessa Hollingshead and Andrew Kennedy in Comics... As Seen On TV
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The last date listed for Comics... As Seen On TV with Vanessa Hollingshead and Andrew Kennedy was Saturday October 31, 2009 / 11:00pm.
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It's not often that you hear the phrases "family friendly" and "comedy show" in the same sentence, but that's exactly what you get with this show. Improv 4 Kids comes to the Broadway Comedy Club with an entertaining show that has wowed audiences of all ages in New York City and nationwide. No two versions are ever the same as members of Eight Is Never Enough's high-energy improv troupe create songs and skits on the spot based on audience suggestions. Lots of audience volunteers get to join the action on stage, too. The troupe has played off-Broadway at the Lambs Theatre in New York City and presented more than 1,000 performances at the Laugh Factory in Times Square and the New York Improv. Learn More
Vanessa Hollingshead has performed at The World Comedy Tour in Australia in 2005 and on Comedy Central Presents, which first aired February 2005. She was featured on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, Dateline and Oxygen. She performed with Kevin Pollak on the Montreal Just For Laughs tour.
Vanessa taped 50 Funniest Women Alive for the Oxygen network, airing in August 2007. She has completed her second DVD, An American Anglomaniac, produced by Hollingshead Productions & Tovero+Marks, who have also worked for Sir Paul McCartney.
Andrew Kennedy was born in Bogota, Colombia. He spent most of his formative years in South America, the Caribbean and the Far East. Andrew’s mother is Colombian and father British. Completely fluent in Spanish, Andrew resides with his family in the New York area.
As a child he also vacationed in Austria, France and England but Liverpool was his favorite (Andrew’s father hung out with the Beatles) most of the family on his father’s side still live there. As a comedian, he has gone back to England to perform, visited Holland for some laughs and knows he’ll never be able to drink an Irishman under the table (after performing at the Cat Laughs festival in Kilkenny, Ireland in 2007).
A few years ago he helped develop, produce and star in a sitcom pilot for CBS which was based on his life and comedy. He’s been seen on his own half-hour Comedy Central special.