Billy Gardell Tickets
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Billy Gardell tickets at Mystere Theatre - Treasure Island,Las Vegas,NV on 4/10 9:00PM
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Billy Gardell tickets at Borgata Music Box,Atlantic City,NJ on 5/23 9:00PM
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Billy Gardell is a standup comedian, voice artist and actor belonging to Pittsburgh. Gardell found mainstream success in the comedy industry during 1989 and has actively been a part of the comedy scene since then. In only 1987 he was receiving calls and attending audiences in Florida’s comedy pub named Bonkerz, and two years later he became one of the prominent figures of Florida comedy clubs. The journey started off when in December of 1987 he got a chance to perform at an open mic event. It started as a dare from his coworkers; however, Gardell managed to entertain his audience unlike others. Soon he started to take part in more and more open mic events and became an opening act for George Carlin and Dennis Miller. If you wish to catch his hilarious live show you can now book Billy Gardell tickets online.
In Billy Gardell’s career launching, the Bonkerz comedy club had a big hand. He also got a huge support from his grandmother. According to him she started to encourage him to be a comedian since he was only eight; she would tell him how he can be a successful comic. While he was attending the Winter Park High School he managed to direct and write his personal comedy show which he named “Winter Park Live.” The show managed to receive positive response from the students and even got attention of the press. Because of all the positive response he managed to get, he decided to follow a career in the industry. By the time he was nineteen he was regularly appearing in different local pubs as a comedy act. Gradually he managed to get part in national gigs and soon became a part of the bigger scene of comic industry.
Usually Gardell’s jokes make fun of his own bulky weight. Initially he found fame among the club goers who specially came around to attend his standup comedy shows. He managed to land guest shots in the television shows and various films such as “Bad Santa” from 2003. For almost a decade Gardell managed to make several guest appearances in different television shows until he finally managed to earn a bigger role. He starred in “Mike and Molly” playing the role of an obscene police officer. The role earned him enormous success in the world of comedy and he managed to gain a huge fan base.
Billy Gardell started appearing in Hollywood films by 2000. From 1997 to 2004 he appeared in “The Practice” an ABC series. He also appeared regularly in CBS’ “Yes, Dear” from 2000 to 2006. He made his feature debut in the “Avenging Angelo.” He got the role of a hit man. Gardell got a permanent role in the drama series ‘Heist’ that aired on NBC in 2006. He got the role of a detective who is in pursuit of some high profiled thieves who stole jewels. In the series he appeared with Reno Wilson who later on appeared with him once again in the famous Mike and Molly show.
Billy Gardell released his very first comedy album titled “Billy Gardell: Throwback” by the end of 2006. By 2007 Gardell was being seen in several famous comedy programs. He got recurring roles in the popular 2007 show “My Name is Earl.” He also appeared as an undercover cop in the “Desperate Housewives” series. He also started appearing regularly in the talk show of Dennis Miller. Round Table Pizza started to feature him in their ads more often and in 2008 he finally made it to his very first “solo” comedy special which was broadcasted as Comedy Central Presents part. Apart from his regular appearances on television, Gardell continues to entertain his fans on live stage as well. Billy Gardell tickets sell out real fast as his fan following grows further.