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Brea Improv
120 S. Brea Blvd Brea, CA 92821
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4.1 / 5 Rated by 24 members
Review from Christine
36 events 10 reviews

I gotta agree that it wasn't Damon's best night. He was funny, but I guess I was expecting newer material. I think he headlined to provide a draw to showcase his son.

reviewed Oct 31 2008 report as inappropriate
Review from Michele Perri
9 events 4 reviews

The opening act was better than Damon Wayans. Mr. Wayans acted like he was trying out new material, he was wasted, or both. I was very disappointed.

reviewed Oct 31 2008 report as inappropriate
2 events 2 reviews

I went to the Brea Improv on Halloween night to see comedian Damon Wayans.I have laughed till tears came to my eyes watching Damon in “Beverly Hills Cop”, “Major Payne”, “I'm Gonna Git You Sucka” and the TV show, “In Living Color”. I was so...continued

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Damon Wayans is creator, executive producer and star of The Underground. Known throughout the world for his no-holds-barred comedic genius, Wayans recently wrapped five seasons of the hit ABC series My Wife and Kids, which he co-created and executive produced. Currently in syndication, the series received numerous awards, including the 2002 People’s Choice for Favorite New Television Comedy Series, and Favorite Male Performer in a New Television Series for his portrayal as patriarch Michael Kyle.

Wayans is most fondly remembered for his three seasons as writer and co-star on the Emmy® Award-winning series In Living Color.Waynehead, There, he made characters like “Homey the Clown,” “Handiman” and “Men on Film” household names. His writing for the series earned him two personal Emmy® nominations. Additional television credits include the half-hour Fox sitcom Damon, in which he starred and executive produced, and the hour-long drama 413 Hope Street, which was nominated for a People’s Choice Award. He served as an executive producer on Waynehead, a Saturday morning animated cartoon for the WB, which featured the voices of his siblings Kim, Marlon and Shawn Wayans.

On the big screen, Wayans starred in Spike Lee’s critically acclaimed film Bamboozled. He just completed work on Harlem Aria, an independent film in which he starred and executive produced. Other feature film credits include starring roles in Major Payne, Blankman and Mo Money, which he also wrote and executive produced, _The Great White Hype, Celtic Pride, The Last Boy Scout, Earth Girls are Easy, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, Colors, Punchline, Hollywood Shuffle, Roxanne _and Beverly Hills Cop.

Wayans has also enjoyed tremendous for his success in stand-up. After starting his career in 1982 touring the comedy club circuit, he landed a role as a featured player on the famed NBC series Saturday Night Live. Wayans went on to star in his own critically acclaimed HBO specials, One Night Stand, The Last Stand? and Still Standing. Wayans is also a talented author. In 1999, he penned “Bootleg,” a humorous compilation of his observations on family, children, marriage and politics. The book was a tremendous success and quickly hit the New York Times Bestseller List.

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