Gary Valentine (King of Queens, Chelsea Lately) at Stand Up Live
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This spontaneous comedy competition relies on you and your fellow audience members to shout out suggestions, egg on teams of hilarious, highly skilled performers and ultimately decide which group wins for the night. Every game and skit is completely improvised, so you get a different, unrehearsed show every time with limitless possibilities for laughter. The National Comedy Theatre's improv shows are appropriate for all ages and are thoroughly enjoyed by all kinds of audiences. The NCT presents weekly comedy performances throughout Arizona, as well as thousands of corporate entertainment events and private shows around the world. Learn More
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Gary Valentine, who became a series regular on The King of Queens in 2001, got his start in the world of stand-up comedy. For 13 years, he traveled the country refining his comedic routine by performing at comedy clubs and festivals. After headlining at the Montreal Comedy Festival, he moved to Los Angeles, where he appeared on The Late Late Show on CBS, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Valentine's television credits also include starring in his own half-hour comedy special on Comedy Central and co-hosting FX's The X Show. Valentine was also recently seen in the film I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry.
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