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Patton Oswalt tickets at The Fillmore Miami Beach At Jackie Gleason Theater,Miami Beach,FL on 4/9 7:30PM
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Patton Oswalt tickets at Warner Theatre - DC,Washington,DC on 4/10 8:00PM
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Patton Oswalt tickets at Paramount Theatre - Austin, TX,Austin,TX on 4/24 9:30PM
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Recognized as one of the greatest stand-up comedians working today, Patton Oswalt has talent like no other. He is known for his sharp rants that include all kinds of topics, from Star Wars fandom to the silliness of the KFC Bowl. Just like his fellow comedians, Brian Posehn and David Cross, Oswalt also enjoys a cult following among comedy nerds and college kids. His success is accredited to stand-up albums such as “Werewolves” and “Lollipops'. The comedian also rose to fame because of his immensely successful Comedians of Comedy Tour. He has once again embarked on a nationwide trek and will be taking the live stage in many US states. Patton Oswalt tickets will treat you to a fun-filled, quality entertainment.
Patton Oswalt's comedic sensibilities were infiltrated at an early age through the Sesame Street and Warner Bros. cartoons. His father exposed him to Jonathan Winters' earlier albums and later he also enjoyed the works of comedic icons like Richard Pryor and Steve Martin. His comedic influences remained intact when Patton Oswalt attended the College of William and Mary, majoring in English. The desire to become a professional comedian kicked in later as earlier Oswalt wanted to be a writer. After working as a DJ, paralegal and a sports writer, he finally decided to give stand-up a shot. Originally from Virginia, the burgeoning comedy scene in San Francisco encouraged Patton Oswalt to move and he worked in the city for almost three years. He then shifted to LA, becoming a writer for MAD TV and eventually getting his own on show on HBO.
He featured on the long running, CBS sitcom “The King of Queens”, which remains his most ubiquitous role so far. He starred as the nebbish Spence Olchin. Oswalt also guest starred on popular TV shows like Reno 911!, Seinfeld, Human Giant, Great Job, and Tim and Eric Awesome Show,!. He has recently been seen on United States of Tara, Community, Flight of The Conchords and Bored to Death.
Besides his outstanding comic routines, Patton Oswalt has also been seen in many hit movies. He starred in the blockbuster film “Ratatouille” in which he voiced the character Remy - the culinary genius rat. He has taken up different roles that showcase his versatility as an actor. Fans have enjoyed his performances in movies such as “Big Fan”, “Young Adult”, “Odd Thomas” and “22 Jump Street”.
There's no need to beat around the bush on this common opinion that Patton Oswalt is unattractive. Described by many as short and hefty mega-geek, he finds no need to rely on his looks. His talent is enough for him. On stage, the superb comedian exudes immense confidence and his sharp wit can make even the toughest of linebackers run for cover. He led the Comedians of Comedy Tour which cemented his place in the industry as one of the top performers and he soon hit the road solo for more intimate indie rock venues. In the process Patton Oswalt has come up with a documentary and six parts Comedy Central series that chronicles the tour. Today Patton Oswalt is placed among the elites in the comedy world.
Oswalt's comedy has been described as sarcastic and acerbic. His unabashed love of the absurd and keen wit makes his live performances a great treat. He shows the audience a humorous time with his cutting edge routines. As he heads to your town for a live show, make sure you're ready with Patton Oswalt tickets.