YAKOV SMIRNOFF with Kirk Fox
18 & over
Two items minimum
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Kirk Fox is an actor, writer, producer and award-winning stand-up comedian. Fox hosted the syndicated daytime conflict talk show The Test. Fox had a recurring role on NBC’s hit comedy Parks and Recreation as Sewage Joe. Other recent acting credits include playing Mr. March on Nickelodeon’s How to Rock, the TBS comedy, Who Gets the Last Laugh?, and a guest appearance on NBC’s Community. Fox’s extensive television background includes multiple appearances on The Tonight Show, Conan, Chelsea Lately and Last Comic Standing, as well as his own Comedy Central Presents. His experience is not only limited to television, though. Fox has also built an impressive list of silver screen credits including Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Postman, Post Grad, The Patriot and Wyatt Earp. Fox began his showbiz career performing stand-up comedy and took “Best Comedian” honors at the Aspen Comedy Festival in 2007. A Southern Californian all his life, Fox originally hails from San Diego. A one-time professional tennis player and avid golfer, Fox currently lives in Los Angeles.
Many comics have graced the stage at the world famous Hollywood Improv but none like Yakov! Yakov Smirnoff was a regular guest star on the award winning NBC sitcom, Night Court. He has been a popular guest of numerous national TV shows including the Tonight Show. You've seen him on HBO and enjoyed his humor on his critically acclaimed Showtime special. Yakov has also co-starred in movies with Robin Williams in Moscow on the Hudson, Tom Hanks in The Money Pit, Meryl Steep and Jack Nicholson in Heartburn and Richard Pryor in Brewster's Millions. Yakov was invited to perform at the White House for several presidents and honored guests. President Ronald Reagan called Yakov a, "national treasure."
Now, in this one night only special event, Yakov brings his hilarious and unique take on American culture and relationships between men and women to Hollywood that will have you rolling in the aisles. The New York Times called his show, “Splendidly Funny!”
This is a show you won’t want to miss. The Berlin Wall may be down, but Yakov is still standing. So come out and be prepared to laugh your Yak-off! What a country! What a comedian!"