An Evening of Comedy: Starring Murray Langston/The Unknown Comic, Jimmy JJ Walker & Kato Kaelin
Reserved Seating: $25.00/$35.00 – ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No refunds or exchanges.
Murray Langston, aka The Unknown Comic is a Bags to Riches story of a young boy who left the comfort of freezing weather in Canada and headed to California to get into Show Business heavily influenced by watching all the early films of Jerry Lewis. During his career Murray has appeared on over 800 television shows and close to 20 movies and in clubs all over the country. Murray retired several years ago to raise his two daughters, and only rarely leaves the happy, comfortable life he loves to make live appearances. So if you get a chance to see The Unknown Comic live again, remember, it’s an event you shouldn’t miss, because you may never get another chance again.
Kato Kaelin’s TV and Film credits include: Bill Maher’s HBO series, “Real Time,” “Lopez Tonight,” “Unhappily Ever After”, “The Norm Show” “Sabrina the Teenage Witch”, “Off Hollywood”, “The View,” Comedy Central’s “Tosh.0”, “The Oprah Winfrey Show”, Fox Reality Channel’s “Gimme My Reality Show”. Kato was critically acclaimed by New Yorker Magazine for his recurring role on Sbowtime’s “Beggars and Choosers,” and has hosted his own radio show in Los Angeles as well as numerous shows across America. Look for Kato hosting on XM Satellite National Lampoon Comedy Radio. From Vanity Fair to Time Magzine, “Entertainment Tonight” to “NBC’s “The Today Show,” Kato has been featured on nearly every entertainment and news program and publication.
Jimmie Walker is an American actor and comedian. Walker is best known for portraying James Evans Jr. (J. J.), the oldest son of Florida and James Evans Sr. on the CBS television series Good Times which originally ran from 1974–1979. Walker was nominated for Golden Globe awards Best Supporting Actor In A Television Series in 1975 and 1976 for his role. While on the show, Walker’s character was known for the catchphrase “Dy-no-mite!” Even after the historically successful run of “Good Times” ended, Jimmie continued to stay in the limelight as seen by his countless appearances on “The Tonight Show,” “Late Night with David Letterman,” “Merv Griffin,” and “The Mike Douglas Show.” He’s also kept his acting skills sharp with guest appearances on “Everybody Hates Chris,” “The George Lopez Show,” and “Scrubs” and classic movies “Airplane” and “Let’s Do It Again” with Sidney Poitier as well as finding time to write a New York Times best-selling book, two Grammy Nominated Comedy Albums and film an up-coming stand-up special.