Venue Details

326 Star Starred
Ontario Improv
to the left of the AMC 30 theater 4555 Mills Circle Ontario, CA 91764
909-484-5411
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carolyn
Casual attire is good
info Mar 11 2009 star this tip starred
carolyn
Tasty food and drinks howeve it seems they stop serving early
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Dorienne Brewster
Arrive a little bit early for the best seats
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Dorienne Brewster
Plenty of FREE parking
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Goldstar Member
If you sit in the front, expect to get talked about in some capacity.
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Jon
4 beers was $30
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4.6 average rating
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Jon
31 events
23 reviews
69 stars
attended Mar 17 2009

Eddie came on first and had us really rolling, he was very animated. He went off on several audience members, nobody was spared and nothing was sacred. Some of the other... continued

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16 events
11 reviews
21 stars
attended Mar 10 2009

Majority of the comics that performed last night was very amusing and I can see them going along way as they hone their craft. Eddie was hilarious and the show went very late. I feel like I got my monies worth and then some!

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10 events
7 reviews
27 stars
attended Mar 10 2009

It was a great show. He was funny and some of the comics before him were also.

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Description

Eddie Griffin is now enjoying the career that he had always planned. Eddie was recently seen starring opposite Eddie Murphy in the blockbuster comedy Norbit, in which he played “Pope Sweet Jesus,” who is Norbit’s (Murphy’s) counselor and confident.

On the small screen, Griffin appeared in a series of hilarious commercials for Miller Lite beer; the commercial campaign featured a number of notable people including Burt Reynolds.

Eddie’s film resume includes: Undercover Brother, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo, its sequel Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo, Date Movie, Scary Movie 3, Redline, My Baby’s Daddy, John Q., and Armageddon.  And of course, there was Dysfunktional Family, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. Dysfunktional Family combined Griffin’s stand-up comedy act with a cinema verite look at his personal life. Griffin produced, co-wrote and performed on the film’s soundtrack with Suge Knight.

Eddie is probably best known to television audiences as the star of UPN’s hit comedy series Malcolm and Eddie, where he was nominated for an NAACP Image Award for “Best Actor in a Comedy Series.” Griffin also wrote and directed four episodes of the sitcom, one of which starred his mentor, Richard Pryor.

Griffin began his career in Kansas City, Missouri. He was working as a choreographer for a soccer team when a cousin bet him $50 that he would not go on stage during a visit to a local comedy club. After winning the bet, Griffin purchased a one-way ticket to Los Angeles. One month later he was performing at the renowned Comedy Store, where he was compared with Richard Pryor, Redd Foxx and Lenny Bruce.

Those performances led to featured appearances on Def Comedy Jam, the cable ACE-nominated One Night Stand, the HBO special Voodoo Child, and the stage of the legendary Apollo Theater. Griffin’s comedy album, The Message, features comedic and musical performances by Griffin as well as Master P, Silkk The Shocker, and Fiend. Griffin held the first live comedy/R&B/hip-hop Webcast, “MLK 2K”: We Still Have The Dream, during a Comedy Store performance. He has formed his own independent record label, Bluelight Records.