Comedian-Actor Pauly Shore at Cobb's Comedy Club
All offers for Comedian-Actor Pauly Shore have expired.
The last date listed for Comedian-Actor Pauly Shore was Saturday November 24, 2007 / 10:15pm.
Currently at Cobb's Comedy Club:
- Full Price:
- $22.50 - $25.00
- Our Price:
- COMP - $12.50
Best known as the host of NBC's Last Comic Standing, Bill Bellamy first came to national notoriety on Def Comedy Jam, where he is credited with coining the phrase "booty call." He got his start hosting MTV Jams, and has starred in numerous movies and TV shows, including Any Given Sunday and How to Be a Player. He's also been seen on The Tonight Show, Late Night with Conan O'Brien and for the past four seasons, he has served as the host and executive producer of the hit TV One network series, Bill Bellamy's Who's Got Jokes? Learn More
Pauly Shore first came to fame in 1990 on his precedent-setting MTV show “Totally Pauly,” which was an immediate hit and continued to run for four years. Since then he has starred in five studio movies, including Encino Man, Son-In-Law, In the Army Now, Bio-Dome and The Curse of Inferno, as well as appeared as a frequent guest on shows like “Howard Stern,” “The Late Show with David Letterman” and “Craig Kilborn.” In 1993 he had his own one-hour special on HBO called “Pauly Does Dallas.”
Recently, Pauly Shore was a headliner at the Montreal Comedy Festival, and also played comic legend Lenny Bruce in the USA movie “Hefner.” He directed the unpredictable documentary “Spooge: Two Months In the Life Of …,” which followed him on his escapades to Cannes, New York City, Las Vegas, the Midwest and Los Angeles. His directorial feature debut, “Pauly Shore is Dead,” is a semi-autobiographical dark comedy which he also wrote, produced and starred in. In 2007 Pauly Shore released the DVD “Natural Born Komics,” which he wrote and directed. Pauly Shore is also popular on the stand-up comedy circuit, performing many sold out shows across the country, and has released four live comedy albums, the first of which was named Best Comedy Album by the College Music Journalists (CMJ) in 1991.