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Born in 1977, John William Oliver is a British comedian and actor, famous for working on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. John Oliver has also worked with the comedian Andy Zaltzman and together they have produced shows on radio which include popular ones like, Political Animal, The Department and The Bugle. Oliver performs throughout the year and will soon be visiting numerous cities. If you’re looking forward to have a great time and laugh your heart out, then get your hands on your John Oliver tickets.
John Oliver’s standup career started with a performance at Edinburgh Festival Fringe in the beginning of 2000s. After a few independent performances and a couple of collaborated efforts with Andy Zaltzman, the artist moved to New York City to live his dream of stardom. He starred in ‘The Daily Show’ and conducted performances in local clubs and larger venues alongside. This earned him a quick recognition on a local and international scale and marked a promising start for the artist.
John Oliver is hailed to be ‘A wonderfully intelligent comic’ by Evening Standard. His uncompromising material and cerebral comic style tackles a variety of subjects with great ease. From politics to penguins, the artist has talked about them all during his comic shows. According to The Guardian, ‘His style leans towards the kind that Americans like the best from the British- full of mannerisms and odd accents, exaggerated, in the vein of Monty Python’. For the past seven years, Oliver’s primary target has been President George W Bush. Jokes about his government’s incompetence weren’t an easy task since the happenings during his tenure were so extreme that they even defied comment. Despite this, the artist didn’t give up on taking up such serious subjects for his shows. He believes that humor helps in trivializing serious issues and translates the challenge of finding a comic aspect in difficult subjects as matchless fun. ‘If you work hard to make the jokes good, they illuminate the subject and then it is okay’ says John Oliver. He borrows the positives from well known comedians such as Armando Lanucci and Jon Stewart who have majorly influenced his comic style and take on humor generally.
In a career spanning over a decade, the artist has conducted a number of well known shows. He took a start from ‘The Daily Show’ with Jon Stewart and still works in association with him. As a writer of the show, he has been honored with three Emmy Awards for outstanding work. Apart from this, the fame of co hosting ‘The Bugle’ with Andy Zaltzman highlights his career profile and has especially earned him an identity for his hilarious take on the issue of Osama Bin Laden.
In addition to being a political satirist and a standup comic, John Oliver has taken up a number of roles in his career. He has lent his voice and acting expertise to movies like ‘The Smurfs’, ‘The Love Guru’ and ‘Important Things with Demetri Martin’. Currently, he is being featured on Comedy Central’s series, The New York Stand-Up Show and has also taken up as a host of The Daily Show for 2013 summer season.
John Oliver has been appreciated to be ‘Wildly Funny’ by the Daily Telegraph and lauded for his ‘Brilliant Delivery’ by Edinburgh Evening news. His enthusiasm and excitement during live performances doesn’t take a back despite of conducting repeated shows. The artist’s energy reaches through his comic content to the audiences and is known to cast a spell of laughter on them. This magic continues to keep them spell bounded throughout the show and make them deeply enjoy every moment.
Although the artist is a regular performer, the trend of his frequent sold out shows always raise a question about the availability of John Oliver tickets close to the event. His upcoming performance is right around the corner. Have you bought your tickets yet? If not then this is the best time to secure your seats at the show.