In Living Color's Tommy Davidson at Cobb's
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The last date listed for Comedian Tommy Davidson was Sunday June 22, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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Actor-comedian Chris Kattan has had a great deal of comedy success on the stage, in films and on the small screen. The list of his most memorable Saturday Night Live characters stretches over nearly a decade on the show, including such favorites as Mr. Peppers, Mango, Azrael Abyss, Kyle DeMarco and Suel Forrester. His stint as half of the head-bobbing Butabi brothers, alongside fellow cast member Will Ferrell, saw him make the leap onto the big screen in 1998's A Night at the Roxbury. Also a former member of the world-renowned improv/sketch troupe the Groundlings, Kattan has continued to perform on stage, including headlining stand-up comedy events at clubs and theaters around the country. Learn More
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An actor, stand-up comedian, songwriter, and singer, Davidson's exceptional range has made him a rising force in entertainment. Perhaps best known as one of the original cast members of the hit television show "In Living Color," Davidson has parlayed that success into a flourishing motion picture career.
Davidson started out performing at many small clubs when he met Robert Townsend and Keenen Ivory Wayans, who would later prove instrumental in Davidson's career. Wayans offered him the opportunity to audition for a primetime variety show called "In Living Color," which became a cult favorite and a huge ratings success. Davidson's hilarious impressions of Sammy Davis Jr., Michael Jackson, and others have become infamous.
"In Living Color" led to three Showtime specials and a reunion with fellow "In Living Color" alumni, Jim Carrey in "Ace Ventura II: When Nature Calls." Davidson also appeared on “MAD TV” and “The Bernie Mac Show.” Currently Davidson can be seen cracking jokes and doing what he does best, making people laugh, in "The Fox NFL Show.”
Davidson made an impressive film debut opposite Halle Berry in "Strictly Business." His other film credits include Spike Lee's "Bamboozled," in which he received acclaim for his starring role as Womack/Sleep 'N Eats, a character which showcased his comedic and dramatic acting abilities. Davidson was also in "Juwanna Mann,” "Booty Call," and starred opposite Jada Pinkett Smith in the New Line romantic comedy, "Woo."