Comedian/Actor Earthquake (Everybody Hates Chris) at the Ontario Improv
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The last date listed for Comedian Earthquake was Sunday October 14, 2012 / 7:00pm.
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"Co-ordinate" a date to see John Witherspoon live in person. One of the nation's top stand-up headliners, he's also a popular actor, playing eccentric, short-tempered dads in the Friday series of films, as well as TV's The Wayans Brothers and The Boondocks. He's made more than a dozen appearances on the Late Show with David Letterman, and his TV credits range from The Richard Pryor Show in 1977 to Hill Street Blues, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and L.A. Law. Witherspoon's comedy draws from personal experience and observation, and is delivered in his unique and hilarious style. Learn More
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“His delivery is perfect and what he says, regardless of what he calls it, is hilarious,” exclaims Howard Stern, who is now calling, Earthquake his new favorite comedian.
Howard Stern is not just the only one who has been bowled over the inimitable voice and talent of Earthquake; he has solidified a significant following from coast to coast via television appearances and sold-out concert dates. In addition, you will even recognize Earthquake for role as Uncle Mike on_ Everybody Hates Chris_ and the cult classic Clerks II where director Kevin Smith cast him opposite Wanda Sykes.
Earthquake has become a television fixture by way of his countless stand-up appearances, including HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, HBO One Night Stand and Comedy Central Presents: Earthquake. In addition, there is Earthquake’s concert DVD It’s About Got Damm Time, a title grossly paralleling his emerging popularity and the quality of his work, a masterpiece.
Earthquake speaks a unique language with a strong intellect that’s universally understood and he stands on his platform without fear as he reminds America of the ills that plague our people. This platform alone has garnered this Washington D.C. native a residence on the popular comedy circuit where his fans run the race spectrum, the gender spectrum, and the spectrum that crosses between average folk and major celebrity.