Louie Anderson is back on the stage
If Louie Anderson's comedy was not good enough, the American Comedian's gentle air of sympathy would probably suffice in putting up a good show. The three-time Emmy-Award winner with a solid career of over 30 years under his belt is on the road to shake up some serious laughter. The comedian is not only famous for his versatility in all scopes of work, but also for an acute social awareness, having been involved in the organisation of fundraising programs and shows. The next shows are bound to be a blast and a seat may be comfortably reserved by purchasing Louie Anderson tickets at StubHub.
All about the comedian
Louie Anderson made his first network appearance as a stand-up comedian on The Tonight Show in 1984 and has since piled up an impressive record of appearances and shows all around the world. Perhaps the most marking of it all was the animated series named Life with Louie, produced for Fox in 1995, turning out to be a great hit inspired on the comedian´s own childhood and earlier life, growing up as one out of a total of 11 siblings.
It is not by chance that Louie Anderson has been labelled as one of the 100 greatest stand-up comedians of all time by Comedy Central. The comedian diversified his creations and appearances immensely on several fronts over time, from playing roles in films such as John Landis´ Coming to America to venturing as tv-show host and author of several best-seller books.
Louie Anderson in overview
Following a long role of tv-shows on which Louie's participation eventually came to an end, the comedian organised a special 9/11 tournament, funded from his own pocket, to run on his once hosted Family Feud show, with the objective of helping both the New York Fire Department and the New York Police Department recover from the 11th of September 2001 attacks.
Louie's ability in not only producing but also directing comedy to help others has since then gone far beyond a mere show. In fact, some of his most attended and well acclaimed stand-up shows in New York were directed to charitable causes. Other unforgettable nights with Louie on the commands have to be his memorable guest appearances together with Scott Hanson, at the New Year's Eve comedy show in his hometown, Minneapolis. Most recently, besides having taken up participation on several radio shows and advertisements, the American comedian takes part on the FX comedy series Baskets, surprisingly but impeccably playing a female role as the mother of Chip and Dale, the two central character twin brothers.