Famous Actor/Comedian Bringing His Comedy To Bismarck
A very funny actor and comedian, Rob Schenider is bringing his brand of humor to Bismarck for a comedy show at the Belle Mehus Auditorium on Friday, October 7th at 7 pm. The "I Have Issues Tour" will hit Capitol City this fall. Tickets go on sale to the public this Friday, June 3rd at 11 am. This is according to a press release from the Bismarck Event Center.
Rob Schneider started alongside Adam Sandler in "Grown Ups" and "Grown Ups 2" a couple of my favorite movies. His first big feature film was "Deuce Bigalow, Male Gigalow". That was the 2nd highest grossing DVD in the United States in 2000. He also appeared in "Judge Dredd", "Demolition Man", "The Longest Yard", "50 First Dates", "The Waterboy", and "Little Nicky" to name a few. Rob Schneider has been in some of the biggest films in the past twenty years.
Schneider’s first Netflix comedy special, “Asian Momma, Mexican Kids,” premiered globally on August 11, 2020. Filmed in February, the special gives viewers a look at Schneider’s family and personal life through hilarious anecdotes. The special ends with a surprise duet performance with Schneider’s daughter Elle King who has become a very popular pop and country singer.
Born in San Francisco, Schneider’s family is of Filipino and Caucasian descent. His father was Jewish and his mother is Catholic. His mixed background has been a common theme in his comedy acts. Schneider started his stand-up career in high school opening for the popular San Francisco band “Head On,” and was a regular guest on local radio. An opening slot for Dennis Miller garnered him an appearance on the HBO’s “13th Annual Young Comedians” special also hosted by Miller. The special led him to a coveted position as a writer for SNL in 1988. Schneider swiftly moved from a writer and featured player to a full cast member with a cast that included Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade, and the late Chris Farley.
Don't miss this very talented performer and keep listening to win your tickets.
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