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Jan 21 2017
Vicki Lawrence & Mama
Effingham Performance Center
Feb 2 2017
Vicki Lawrence & Mama
Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts
Feb 25 2017
La Mirada Theatre For The Performing Arts
May 20 2017
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Call her Grandma Stewart, Mama Harper or simple Vicki, the talent and charm of this amazing lady will spell-bound you for sure.
Born as Victoria Ann Axelrad in Inglewood, California on March 26, 1949; this lady has not only made her name as an actress, comedian and singer, but also as a charming speaker.
A graduate of Morningside High School in Inglewood, Vicki Lawrence rose to fame with the The Carol Burnett Show in 1967. Later that show gave her a new identity as her Thelma Harper act made her the most loved Mama of the nations. Here we summarize the great work of this great lady who churns out gold in everything she does.
The Carol Burnett Show
Vicki Lawrence co-starred with Carol Burnett in this super-hit show that ran from 1967 to 1978. She has won an Emmy for this show in 1976 besides three nominations in 1974, 1975 and 1977 respectively. She also got nominated for Golden Globes USA in 1973, 1975 and 1977 in the capacity of supporting actress.
Vicki Lawrence appeared as Thelma Harper or Mama in the seventh season of Carol Burnett Show. This became a role of a lifetime of her career and most of her success is attributed to her Mama act.
From 1983 to 1990, Vicki Lawrence did not only rule everyone in the Mama's Family, but also ruled the hearts of television audiences. Taken from The Family sketches of Carol Burnett Show, the show topped television ratings and ran for six consecutive years.
Here she took the role of Thelma Harper to greater heights as this sharp-tongued and shrewd Mama became the favorite member of every sitcom-loving family. In 2004, she won the TV Land Award for her outstanding act in this play.
Starring with the wonder girl Miley Cyrus, Vicki Lawrence played Mamaw Stewart in the blockbuster series Hannah Montana on Disney. She also donned the same role in Hannah Montana: The Movie.
He appeared with Tim Conway and played a mother in this comedy series. The series went on his highest ratings due to her power play.
Vicki Lawrence also proved herself a competent daytime talk show host with this entertaining show that ran from 1992 to 1994. The show increased her popularity even further and also made her the only woman besides Oprah Winfrey to get Emmy nomination in the debut year. Vicki also hosted the daytime version of a game show Win, Lose or Draw.
Vicki Lawrence & Mama: A Two-Woman Show
The stupendous success of Carol Burnett Showstopper Special forced Lawrence to take her Mama act out and present it in front of live audience. She did that with Vicki Lawrence and Mama: A Two-Woman Show.
Presenting both the sides of her public persona, she still enthralls the audience with this touring production. Her act is usually a good mix of stand-up comedy and music. She also provides the audience her insight on life and establishes herself as very good orator.
This is indeed one of the most appreciable and remarkable achievements of Vicki Lawrences life. She regularly travels all over the country and shares her views on issues related to women. Her concern and services towards these issues made her the first woman to be honored by Coalition of Labor Union Women as the Person of the Year. She earned the honor in 1988.
Music and All:
The Pandora box of Vicki Lawrences achievements is chock full of many other things as well. Her musical marvel The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia topped the Billboard charts in 1973 and was declared gold.
She also penned her life story in Vicki! The True Life Adventures of Miss Fireball in 1995. Her appearances in No, No Nanette, Send Me No Flowers, Annie Get Your Gun, The Vagina Monologues and Chapter Two also got her commercial and critical acclaim.
It is not easy to sum up all the achievements and landmarks Vicki Lawrence has set in her achieved in her career so far. She is still going strong with her two-woman tour and has achieved almost a cult status with her television appearances. So watch out for her as she may be entertaining the LIVE audience in your city.