Comedian Steve Byrne and the Cast of Sullivan and Son
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From Dane Cook to Louis CK, Colin Quinn and more, stand-up Robert Kelly has spent the last decade appearing alongside some of the biggest names in comedy. Kelly plays CK's brother on the hit FX show Louie, co-starred in HBO's Tourgasm, and held the opening spot on Cook's 2009 stadium tour. The Boston native is a regular on The Opie & Anthony Show, and is renowned for remaining relatable while conveying his dark, personal, self-deprecating humor in festival and headlining slots. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- See eight minutes of Steve's Comedy Central special on <a target="_blank" href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHZPK9vI5Po">YouTube</a>.
Get ready for a night of hilarity when four of the nation's top touring comics, all of whom star in the TBS series Sullivan and Son, come to The Wilbur Theatre.
Steve Byrne stars in Sullivan & Son as an attorney who leaves his life in New York behind to take over the family bar in Pittsburgh. Byrne has had two hour-long Comedy Central stand-up specials, Steve Byrne's Happy Hour and The Byrne Identity, and been seen on The Tonight Show and Conan.
Benjamin has been seen on The Tonight Show, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and his own half-hour Comedy Central special, and acted in the films Jack and Jill and The House Bunny. Wood's credits include The Late Show with David Letterman, HBO's Def Comedy Jam and Chelsea Lately. Ahmed Ahmed, seen on The Tonight Show and in Iron Man and You Don't Mess With The Zohan, rounds out the lineup. In 2006, Ahmed appeared in the film Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show, which told the story of a cross-country tour by actor Vince Vaughn and four top stand-up comics.
Every one of these comics has headlined sold-out shows at clubs across America, and now you can see them all on the same bill.