Lisa Lampanelli Schedule
Professional stand-up comic Lisa Lampanelli consistently has audiences rolling in the
aisles with laughter with her off-color humor and outrageous routines.
Billed as a "real funny broad," by Howard Stern,
Lisa Lampanelli's fiesty style shines through in all of her stand-up performances.
To appreciate Lampanelli's abrasive
style in person, you need to check out one of her upcoming shows! Lisa Lampanelli is scheduled to appear at the Seneca Allegany
Casino and Hotel in Salamanca, New York; Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada; Sands Casino Resort
in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; The Borgata Event Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey; Moore Theatre in Seattle, Washington; Canyon
Club in Agoura Hills, California; Warner Theatre in Torrington, Connecticut; and Wilbur Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Lisa Lampanelli Background
Hailing from Trumbull, Connecticut,
Lisa Lampanelli originally attended Syracuse University and Harvard to pursue journalism.
For a short stint, she was
an accomplished copy editor for Popular Mechanics and also wrote about music for Rolling Stone, Hit Parader and Spy. In the
early '90s, she gave stand-up comedy a whirl and cut her teeth taking stages of clubs in New York City.
and raunchy routines, which bared a humble charm that helped audiences digest the poison, slowly garnered a following. But
it wasn't until the new millennium arrived that she pierced the mainstream. She participated in multiple celebrity roasts,
including those of Pamela Anderson, Donald Trump, Denis Leary, Flavor Flav, Jeff Foxworthy, Chevy Chase and William Shatner.
She also was a regular on the radio show of Howard Stern, where her excessive wit was welcomed.
Queen of Mean, her debut
cable stand-up special, hit the TV airwaves in 2002. Three years later, her premiere album, Take It Like a Man, arrived. A
year later, Lampanelli hit the silverscreen, appearing alongside Larry the Cable Guy in Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector.
early 2007, her sophomore album, Dirty Girl, was released, along with a concert DVD that included similar material.
2009, Long Live the Queen came out, followed by Tough Love two years later.
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Lampanelli Hit Comedy Specials and DVDs
Take it Like A Man was Lisa Lampanelli's first comedy special to be released
on DVD in 2005. The Dirty Girl CD and Dirty Girl... No Protection DVD arrived at the beginning of 2007.
one-hour HBO Special, Long Live the Queen, was aired in early 2009. She also is credited with the Tough Love special for Comedy
Central, which aired in 2011, followed by her one-woman show, Bring Back the Fat Chick, which arrived on Broadway in 2012.
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Lisa Lampanelli Trivia
Lisa Lampanelli participated in The Celebrity
Apprentice 5. As a contestant, she often sparred with fellow participants like Dayana Mendoza, Arsenio Hall and Lou Ferrigno.
In spite of the controversy, Lampanelli was able to raise $130,000 for Gay Men's Health Crisis. As project manager, she was
victorious in two out of the three challenges presented to her.
Lisa Lampanelli Concert Experience
a Lisa Lampanelli show live, you can expect to be shocked and entertained all at the same time. The racy comic, whose stand-up
routines brim with slurs, stereotypes and insults, said, "I can get away with it because I'm a nice person; I have a warm
personality, my intention is good behind it. The thing is, people sense when you have the least bit of anger or hate towards
a group - that's why you never make fun of people you don't like."
The tough broad, who is often featured on The Tonight
Show with Jay Leno as well as Howard Stern's Sirius satellite radio show, has truly earned her title as the Queen of Comedy.
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