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Drew Allison Carey is a name of famous American comedian and actor. He has also been known as a game show host. He was born on May 23, 1958 in the town of Cleveland and he had passed his earlier days at the same place.
He had also served in the U.S. Marines department and was popular for his stand-up comedy. The real success came in his way, when he had started his own sitcom, named The Drew Carey Show, and another show to his credit, the U.S. version of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, being aired on ABC television network.
Carey had also been a part of film industry, and he had appeared in many films, television series, number of music videos, tele-films, and a part of computer game. His interest in the sports had led him to play and to be a photographer at U.S. National Team soccer games.
Carey has written his autobiography, carrying the details of his whole life, with special emphasis on film and television career. Carey is busy in hosting a game show The Price Is Right, which airs on CBS.
Carey had been a part of Kent State University and but was expelled twice, due to the poor academic performance. He had to leave the university after just three years, when he had become a member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity.
Carey had joined the United States Marine Corps Reserve in the year of 1980 and had served there for six years. He had started his showbiz career as a comedian at the time, as suggested by a disc jockey named David Lawrence.
Later in the year of 1986, he had won an open-mic contest, and became MC at the Cleveland Comedy Club. He kept on performing at various clubs of Cleveland and Los Angeles.
The first notable performance had come from him, when he had competed in the 1988 Star Search. Carey kept on working as a stand-up comedian in the year of 1991, when he had appeared on The Tonight Show.
His performance had made a great impression on the main artist Carson, who had later invited him to sit next to his desk; which was a great honor for any comedian. Carey had got the invitations from other directors on a very next day, but he decided to stay with Carson for the future works.
Carey had appeared on the 14th Annual Young Comedians Special, presented on HBO, in the very same year and had appeared on Late Night with David Letterman, for the first time.
Carey had started to write his own stand-up comedy skits, which were aired on Showtime, entitled Drew Carey: Human Cartoon. He had won a Cable-ACE Award for Best Writing, for the show.
The success of his early stand-up career had helped him in appearing in a variety of supporting roles on television shows. Carey and Helford had produced the storyline for The Drew Carey Show, which they produced together.
The show was premiered in the year of 1995 on ABC. Later Carey had been a continuous road of success and he had produced in a number of shows, which were much appreciated by the audiences and the critics.