Scott Thompson of Kids in the Hall at Cobb's Comedy Club
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The last date listed for Comedian Scott Thompson was Sunday April 22, 2007 / 7:00pm.
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Aries Spears is well-known to audiences for his starring role on Fox's MADtv, where he was the second longest-serving original cast member on the show. He also made frequent guest appearances on The Best Damn Sports Show Period and a number of national talk shows. Spears began performing stand-up when he was only 14 years old, made his first television appearances while still a teenager and landed a role in Malcolm X at the age of 17. Perhaps his most notable film role was the character Tee Pee (Rod Tidwell's brother) in Jerry Maguire. His stand-up special Hollywood, Look I'm Smiling aired on Showtime in 2011. Learn More
A native of North Bay, Ontario, Scott Thompson is anything but your average comedic talent. Thompson began honing his skills on the Toronto comedy scene as a member of the improvisational group called The Love Cats. Scott’s alternative and outlandish comedy has catapulted his career from the Toronto comedy circuit to the television, the World Wide Web, and the big screen.
Thompson began his television career as a member of the famed comedy group Kids in the Hall. The group finally ended their "cult skit show” after a six-year run, which aired on the CBC, CBS and HBO networks (reruns still air on Comedy Central). Scott has also been seen as a series regular on the critically acclaimed HBO series The Larry Sanders Show. He co-starred in More Tales From The City for Showtime and was a recurring character on NBC’s Providence.
Diversifying his audience, Scott is regularly appearing on the Internet in his own virtual world called SCOTTLAND. The Web site uses Scott’s staple characters such as barfly Buddy Cole and the Queen of England. And it will slowly develop a story line, which can be determined by both Scott and his audience.
Thompson can been seen in the feature films Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy, Mickey Blue Eyes and Super 8½.