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Louie Perry Anderson is an American stand-up comedian. Louie is the creator of the cartoon series Life with Louie and the author of three books. The game show Family Feud was hosted by Louie Anderson from 1999-2002.
Louie Anderson was born on March 24, 1953. He was raised on the east side of Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is one of eleven children of his parents. His family was first audience. Many of his early experiences are the cornerstone of his comedy act. His relationship with his parents and many life experiences make the most of his material.
Louie won his first-place trophy at the Midwest Comedy Competition in 1981 while he was working as a counselor for troubled children. Henny Youngman hosted this competition. After the competition, Youngman hired Louie as a writer.In 1984, Louie made his television debut on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. On Comedy Central's list of the 100 greatest standups of all time, Louie is number 92. Louie also performed in the movie Coming to America.
Anderson was cast as Larry Appleton alongside Bronson Pinchot on the pilot episode of Perfect Strangers for ABC. Later on, Anderson was replaced by Mark Linn-Baker for the role of AppletonAnderson has the honor of creating and producing a Saturday morning series for FOX called Life with Louie in 1995. The series was based on the childhood of Louie Anderson. It also detailed how he was picked on when he was younger due to his weight, and how he used comedy as a way to deal with the teasing. It was a super hit show and was continued for three years on FOX.In 1996, Anderson created and starred in The Louie Show for CBS. It was Anderson's another attempt to be part of a television sitcom. He played a psychotherapist living in Duluth, Minnesota in the show. CBS cancelled the show only after its six episodes.
Louie Anderson was the host of the new version of Family Feud in 1999. He was in great competition with popular country singer Dolly Parton for the role. Eventually, He was successful in availing this opportunity. The new Feud had a completely new set, a techno-style party theme, and new rules.
Anderson soon looked bored and disinterested with the program even though started off with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. He was replaced with former Home Improvement star Richard Karn in 2002.
While on the Feud, Anderson was known for two things. He upped the prize money to $20,000, after shows like Jeopardy! and Who Wants to be a Millionaire gave out bigger money to their contestants. The move helped the ratings rise considerably. He also put together a special 9/11 tournament between the New York Fire Department and the New York Police Department, where Anderson himself put $75,000 of his own funds towards both organizations in helping the recovery of the September 11, 2001 disaster.
At present, Anderson has a regular schedule performing in Las Vegas at the Excalibur Hotel and Casino. Anderson has starred in a comedy show in Minneapolis, with business acquaintance Scott Hanson in each of the last three New Years Eve's.
Louie has starred in his own comedy specials on HBO and Showtime. He is frequently seen on late night talk shows. He has appeared on network TV in Scrubs, Grace Under Fire, Touched by an Angel and Chicago Hope.
On the Adult Swim cameo-filled show Tom Goes to the Mayor, Louie made his appearance as a guest star.
Louie is a generous and kind hearted person. He has worked with numerous charities. Shortly after 9/11, Louie came up with an idea to do a show in New York City for the NYPD and NYFD Widows Fund. He is also the co-founder of the H.E.R.O. organization which empowers homeless people or those who are at risk of being homeless.
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