Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood – 2014 Concert Schedule
Tired of the same disappointing comedy shows that
just don't deliver? Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood are sure to provide barrels of laughs and hilarious entertainment with
their two-man improvisational comedy act. Using absolutely no scripts, the duo have been charming audiences nationwide with
their riotous humor and wild sketches. For a refreshingly funny and unexpected show, visit StubHub today to get your Colin
Mochrie and Brad Sherwood tickets.
About Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood
Comedians Colin Mochrie and Brad
Sherwood have partnered up to tour the country for their hilarious "Two Man Group" improv show. The show features 100%, unscripted
improvisation comedy by the duo, who use audience suggestions and interactions to create their sidesplittingly funny show.
Both comedians have appeared regularly on the Emmy Award-winning television show Whose Line Is It Anyway?
started to get his feet wet in the comedy scene when he attended the Studio 58 theatre school in Vancouver for four years,
where he discovered his skills as an improvisational comedian. After graduating, Mochrie began working with the internationally
renowned Vancouver TheatreSports League in 1980. It was during this time when he would meet fellow Whose Line Is It Anyway?
costar, Ryan Stiles.
After ending his time with the Vancouver TheatreSports League, Mochrie moved to Toronto and auditioned
for the Second City comedy troupe, where Ryan Stiles had already been working. He began working for Second City for about
three years, and contributed to writing and starring in three productions and directed three seasons of their touring company.
After Second City, Mochrie auditioned for the British improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway? but actually did not make the cut
at that time. He later moved to Los Angeles, but auditioned again and made the cut. After appearing on only one episode, he
was let go. The third time was a charm for Mochrie, as he auditioned yet again, this time scoring a regular spot on the show
for seven years until the show ended in 1998. Mochrie went on the join the American version which was hosted by Drew Carey,
and he brought along his old friend Ryan Stiles. Mochrie recently starred in the ABC comedy series Trust Us With Your Life,
and also returned to Whose Line Is It Anwway? which is now being aired on the CW network.
Mochrie's counterpart Brad
Sherwood got his start at just eight years old, when he began acting. After attending Wright State University and earning
a BFA in acting, Sherwood had his first official acting gig as a recurring role on the television show L.A. Law. He later
was a regular cast member of the sketch-comedy show The Newz.
In the early nineties, Sherwood scored a recurring role
as a performer on the British Whose Line Is It Anyway? and was the only Los Angeles-based actor to make the cut during auditions.
Throughout the rest of the decade, he also hosted The Dating Game, The Big Moment, andwas featured as a guest host on Talk
Soup. He has since made numerous appearances on pop-culture panelist shows like I Love the 70s, I Love the 80s, I Love the
90s, 100 One Hit Wonders of the 80s, and Greatest Game Show Moments. He is regularly featured as a panelist on Chelsea Lately,
and has also made over 100 appearances in sketches on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
In 2003, Mochrie and Sherwood
teamed up to start touring as their two man group comedy show.
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood's Breakthrough
Mochrie and Brad Sherwood had been delighting audiences for quite some time with their improv comedy act, but on March 28,
2007, they got their big breakthrough when they were hired by the United States Congress to perform at the Congressional Radio
and Television Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington, D.C., in which they invited Karl Rove to rap in their improvised
performance. The hilarious performance ended up going viral on YouTube and generated millions of views.
Mochrie and Brad Sherwood Trivia
How do Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood prepare before performing their live show?
Sherwood has stated in interviews that he and Colin usually prepare just by playing a game of cards. Since their show is 100%
improvised and unscripted, they don't really have any material to rehearse or prepare.
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood's two-man improv act shows the raw talent that both of these brilliant comedians possess.
These comedic geniuses keep their fans coming back for more, as they continue to bring their unique blend of comedy to venues
all across the country. By playing off suggestions from the audience, this duo delivers hilarious jokes and comical antics
that will have you in tears from laughter. Be sure to visit StubHub soon to get your Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood tickets
before they're all sold out!