For more then 30 years and counting, Louie Anderson's unique sense of humor has earned him not only the title of a two-time Emmy award winner, but a best selling author, desired actor and "One of the 100 Greatest Stand-Up-Comedians of All Time," by Comedy Central.
Being one of 11 children, Louie used and channeled his experiences into creating hilarious routines that left his audience rolling. Starting as a children's counselor, his hilarious, prize-winning personality won him first place at the 1981 Midwest Comedy Competition, where he was hired as a writer and gained enough experience to soon tour with his own show.
In 1995, Louie was also one of only three people to receive the Humanitas Prize for his animation series based off his childhood. Now over 20 years later, Louie is still touring the country charming audiences.
Most commonly, Louie is recognized from his time hosting Family Feud, a popular game show. This led to him to guest starring in many sitcoms and landing a role in the classic film, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Louie also starred in ABC's series "Splash" and his individual stand up show "Big Baby Boomer" aired on CMT.
Louie will be performing at the Tower Theatre on Saturday April 1st. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to laugh at the hands of a life long comedian genius.
Saturday, April 1, 7pm