Mike and Molly Star Billy Gardell at the Chicago Improv of Schaumburg
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Catch two of MTV's biggest hosts together on stage in Chicago. With his edgy, street-smart comedy about dating and everyday life, stand-up comic Andrew Schulz has become one of the most familiar faces on MTV and MTV2. He's one of the stars of the network's record-breaking hit series Guy Code and has also starred in the show's spinoff Girl Code, starring Carly Aquilino. Aquilino is a N.Y. native with a razor-sharp wit who's quickly rising in the comedy scene. Learn More
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Billy was hysterical. My husband and I laughed the entire time. I needed a napkin to catch the tears running down my face. His delivery was smooth, perfectly timed and clear. Lot's of stories we could relate to about growing up in a middle...continued
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Check out Billy’s comedy at his website.
Billy Gardell stars in the hit television series Mike and Molly, based in Chicago. Mike and Molly garners approximately 13 million viewers every week and is the number one new series of the year.
Gardell co-starred in the critically acclaimed television series Lucky. His other television credits include_ Yes Dear, Judging Amy, My Name is Earl, The Practice, Monk _and Gary the Rat. He made his major motion picture debut alongside Anthony Quinn and Sylvester Stallone in Avenging Angelo, and had a memorable scene with Billy Bob Thornton in _Bad Santa. _He also appeared in You, Me & Dupree.
His stand-up show is a powerhouse. His grounded, down-to-earth point of view strikes a strong chord with American audiences. Stories about his rough childhood, wild adolescence and new family life are executed with the skill of a master craftsman. Gardell has opened for such well-known comedians as George Carlin and Dennis Miller.