Comedian Phil Palisoul (The Tonight Show) at the Chicago Improv of Schaumburg
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Comedian, actor and TV host Adam Ferrara brings his high-energy act to the Chicago Improv of Schaumburg. Ferrara is best known for playing Chief "Needles" Nelson alongside Denis Leary on FX's Rescue Me, and for co-hosting the History Channel's Top Gear USA, but he's also performed stand-up on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, The View, and two of his own Comedy Central specials. His acting roles also include CBS's King of Queens and the films Paul Blart: Mall Cop and Definitely, Maybe. Learn More
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Phil Palisoul began his comedy career in Denver, and quickly became one of the top acts in the city. Soon he was headlining comedy clubs across the country, and in 1994 he moved to Los Angeles. There he became a regular at the World Famous Hollywood Improv and the legendary Pasadena Ice House, as well as starting a successful career as a television writer.
In addition to landing a spot at the prestigious 1999 HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, where he received rave reviews for his performances, Phil has continued to perform his stand-up routine on such shows as, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC’s Friday Night!, Louie Anderson’s Comedy Showcase, VH1’s Stand-Up Spotlight and Fools For Love, and A&E’s Caroline’s Comedy Hour.
Although Phil is a regular television performer, his first love is still performing for live audiences. Once you’ve seen Phil’s act, the reason for his popularity is obvious: he’s hilarious! Building his show with a playful and silly mixture of life experiences, Palisoul has made a name for himself touching on childhood memories (growing up in a typical suburban neighborhood, in a typical suburban family) and married life, which have made him a favorite in television, corporate shows, comedy clubs an colleges.