Kevin Farley performing North Tahoe stand-up act next week
If you go
What: Tahoe Comedy North
Where: Crystal Bay Casino, Crown Room
When: Wednesday, April 27, doors at 7:30 p.m., show at 8:30
Tickets: $16 in advance, $19 day of show
Learn more: CrystalBayCasino.com
CRYSTAL BAY, Nev. — The next round of Tahoe Comedy North takes place next week with Kevin Farley performing an adult-rated stand-up show at the Crystal Bay Casino.
Farley can currently be seen on Netflix in the new show F is For Family, and Still the King on the Country Music Channel. He previously played a starring role as “Doug Linus” on MTV’s sitcom 2gether where he was met with rave reviews.
Since, Farley has appeared in numerous TV series such as That ’70s Show, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Joey, Just Shoot Me, Curb Your Enthusiasm and many more.
“Multi tasking is easy for Farley – he does it all with a fabulously contagious sense of humor, both on screen and off,” according to TCN.
Farley has been seen in films such as Tommy Boy and Black Sheep — which starred is late brother, famed comedian and actor Chris Farley — and appeared in the Adam Sandler animated comedy Eight Crazy Nights.
Soon after he had roles in The Waterboy, Dirty Work, the Cedric the Entertainer Laugh-Fest and Johnson Family Vacation, to name a few. Farley recently starred in the lead role of An American Carol with supporting a cast that includes Kelsey Grammer, Jon Voight, Dennis Hopper and Leslie Nielsen.
Farley also co-wrote, directed and stars in Hollywood and Wine with co-stars Chazz Palminteri, David Spade, Norm MacDonald and Jeremy London. Next up is Farley’s latest written project Back in the Saddle – a western comedy set in Wyoming.
This is a 21-and-up-ages show. For a complete Tahoe Comedy North schedule, visit TahoeComedyNorth.com.
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