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Martin Short and Steve Martin from Canada are coming together for two evenings of live music and comedy show this spring. These artists are slated to grace the stage of the Avalon Theatre at Fallsview Casino Resort in Niagara Falls, on April 16th and 17th, 2014. Their show named, A Very Stupid Conversation, will feature musical numbers, stand-up and film clips. In the show, they will also talk about their experiences in show business. Previously, the duo has staged this performance many times. To be a part of the upcoming live act, Steve Martin Martin Short tickets are all you need.
Comedian, actor, playwright, producer and writer, Steve Martin became a comedy writer in 1967, for the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour and won an Emmy Award for his work. He started performing stand-up comedy at small local clubs. He made his debut appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. His big break came with his appearance on the Saturday Night Live as a guest host in 1977. His irreverent and offbeat humor made him a celebrity instantly. Steve came up with his four comedy records between 1977 and 1981, receiving Grammys for A Wild and Crazy Guy and Let's Get Small. Additionally, Martin earned a gold certification for his comedy track, "King Tut." As a writer, Steve wrote his first book titled, Cruel Shoes, in 1977.
Steve Martin also wrote a short-film named The Absent-Minded Waiter, which received an Academy Award nomination. In 1979, Martin starred in his full-length movie The Jerk. He earned the Best Actor Awards from the National Board of Review and New York Film Critics Association for his role in All of Me. In addition to that, Martin also received rave reviews for his performance in Little Shop of Horrors. Martin wrote, co-executive produced and starred in L.A. Story. Other than this he was also seen in Father of the Bride's Disney remake in 1992. The credentials of Steve martin includes a wide range of live comedy shows that are loved by millions of fans.
The next headliner on the upcoming show is the aspiring Martin Short. His comic creations made Short a living legend. Comedian Martin Short toured with Second City comedy group in the beginning of his career. He was cast on Saturday Night Live in New York, which gave a push to his entertainment career. Movie roles then followed and Martin made appearances in some of the 1980s' greatest comedies including Three Amigos and Innerspace. From Saturday Night Live to Three Amigos to Broadway, Martin Short has stunned audiences both on stage and on screen. Known for his interesting impressions and wacky characters, Martin Short is a highly talented entertainer.
Short has delighted audiences with characters such as Jackie Rogers and Ed Grimle. Martin also imitated famous personalities including comic legend Jerry Lewis and Dustin Hoffman. Short performed many roles on TV and later branched out into movies starring in “Three Amigos”. Martin found some success with Innerspace in 1987 with Meg Ryan and Dennis Quaid. In 1991, Martin received a supporting role in Father of the Bride. Other than making TV and feature film appearances, Martin Short extended his talents further and took a step on Broadway stage. He received a Tony Award nomination for his appearance in The Goodbye Girl. In 1999, Short starred in another musical called, Little Me. With the critical success of this Broadway, Short won a Tony Award in the category of Best Actor in a Musical.
In 2001, Martin Short made his way back to TV with the mock celebrity interview show Primetime Glick. Numerous well-known personalities have appeared on the program, which include John McEnroe, Tom Hanks and John McEnroe. With his upcoming show alongside friend Steve Martin, this Canadian comedian is ready to enthrall audiences. If you want to attend this entertaining show then purchase your Steve Martin Martin Short tickets.