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We all know Brad Garrett as the oddly tall and clumsy Robert Barone from CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, which is the character through which he first came to prominence in the late nineties. Garrett is an exceptional voice-actor, actor, professional poker-player and stand-up comedian who has worked in many films and television shows. His first real success as a stand-up comedian came at the start of the eighties, when he also began getting offers for film and television roles and began appearing in them.
The films in which he has worked in include Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil, Tangled, Night at the Museum 2, The Pacifier, The Amateurs, Garfield, Finding Nemo and Stuart Little 2. From 2006 to 2010, he also played the main character of Eddie Stark in the FOX TV series ‘Til Death. The artist has garnered much critical acclaim in the shape of three primetime Emmys from a nomination of six. Distinguished for standing at a height of six feet, eight inches with his heavy voice, Garrett is still America’s favorite stand-up comedian and Brad Garrett tickets are quite the talk of town among comedy fans.
Brad Garrett began performing in several improve clubs of Los Angeles such as Hollywood’s The Improv and Pasadena’s The Ice House. In 1984, he won the first ever grand championship worth a hundred thousand dollars in the comedy section on the reality TV show StarSearch. This brought him to appear on Johnny Carson’s TheTonightShow when he was only twenty-three years old, which made him among the youngest comedians to perform in the show. Garrett’s appearance with Carson won him significant national attention so that he was soon making appearances as the opening act for comedians such as Liza Minnelli and Diana Ross. He has also opened shows in Las Vegas for the likes of Julio Iglesias, the Righteous Brothers, Beach Boys, Sammy Davis Jr., Smokey Robinson, David Copperfield and Frank Sinatra.
After attaining commendable success in stand-up comedy, Brad Garrett was interested in performing on television. His earliest TV works include being the voice of wrestler Hulk Hogan in the cartoons HulkHogan’s Rock ‘n Wrestling; he worked in FamilyFeud in the November sweeps of Funny Women vs.Funny Men Week under Ray Comb; he appeared on the game show Super Password for a week. He also performed on Hollywood Squares in which he gave the audience their most memorable comedy moment while impersonating Bill Cosby in a Jell-o related question. In the late eighties he played a divorced father on CBS comedy First Impressions. He played the one-time role of bank loan officer in ABC’s Roseanne and NBC’s Pursuit of Happiness during 1995 and 1996. He did a small voice part in the third season of Transformers in which he voiced Tryticon, and played an ill-fated thug in the film SuicideKings. Soon after he got the character of Robert Barone, the protagonist’s brother on the big hit family sitcom EverybodyLoveRaymond. He made an appearance in TheFresh Prince of Bel-Air in which he played a hitman attempting to kill the lead character of Will Smith.
Brad Garrett’s trademark deep voice has brought him many exciting works as a voice actor including the animated series of Project Geeker, Spooktacular New Adventuresof Casper, 2 Stupid Dogs, the animated series of Mighty Ducks, and Toonsylvania. He also voiced Rhino beetle named Dim in A Bug’s Life, the animated series of Superman, Asterix and the Vikings, the Disney production of One Saturday Morning, and Finding Nemo. He also voiced Auguste Gusteau in Ratatouille, and Lobo in Justice League Unlimited.
Brad Garrett received as many as five Emmy nominations for his role in Everybody Loves Raymond in the category of Best Supporting Actor in Comedy, and won the award in 2005, 2003 and 2002. In 2003, he won a Celebrity Poker Showdown championship in its fifth season, following which he played the WorldSeries of Poker from 2005 to 2007. In 2003, he won the Screen Actor Guild Award along with his castmates from the Raymond sitcom, in the category of Outstanding Performance. Get hold of Brad Garrett tickets and be there to really laugh it off.