Tom Rhodes from "Comedy Central Presents" with Anjelah Johnson
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The last date listed for Comedian Tom Rhodes with Anjelah Johnson was Sunday July 15, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Tom Rhodes has been a comic since his senior year in high school. He’s lived in Florida, San Francisco, L.A., New York and in Amsterdam, where he hosted his own talk show for two years. Fiercely intelligent, Rhodes never settles for jokes about broken toasters or remote controls, he would rather brood over race and culture. In addition to touring all over the world countless times, Rhodes has appeared on a number of television shows throughout the years, including “Comic Strip Live,” MTV’s “Half Hour Comedy Hour,” “The World Stands Up,” “Late Friday” and has even had his own “Comedy Central Presents…” special on Comedy Central. Rhodes also briefly starred in his own sitcom on NBC called “Mr. Rhodes.” For more information, click here.
Also appearing is Anjelah Johnson, a local favorite from San Jose whose “Nail Salon” bit got more than six million hits on YouTube. Anjelah was once a professional cheerleader for the Oakland Raiders, where she was named Rookie of the Year and got to perform in Super Bowl XXXVII. After spending three years in college, Anjelah moved to Los Angeles where she began dancing, acting, modeling and doing voice work, and eventually joined an improv troupe called Fishes and Loaves. Soon after, Anjelah took a stand-up comedy class where the final assignment was to perform at a real comedy club, and since then she has been working as a stand-up comedian, performing and selling out shows in clubs, casinos, churches and universities across the country. Recently she performed for the troops in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and she was also just added to the cast of “MAD TV” for the upcoming fall season. For more information, click here.