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The jovial and multitalented Wayne Brady became a star on ABC's improvisational comedy sketch show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and as the host of his own Emmy-winning talk and variety show, “The Wayne Brady Show.” Wayne Brady does it all—comedy, dancing, and singing! Don't miss your chance to see this all-around entertainer! Buy your Wayne Brady tickets now!
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Wayne Brady is an American comedian and actor. He has starred in multiple television shows in the U.K and the U.S., including Whose Line Is It Anyway?, The Wayne Brady Show and Don’t Forget the Lyrics. He has worked with, and is respected by, some of the funniest comedians of his generation. Purchase some Wayne Brady tickets now for a night of non-stop laughter and improv comedy.

Brady’s enthusiasm and creativity appeared at a very early age. Born in Columbus, Georgia, and raised by his paternal grandmother, he was immersed in music and theater. By the age of 3, his grandmother had taught him how to read. He was writing plays, songs, commercials and interviews by the time he turned 6.

His professional career began in the early 1990s when he started working the local theater scene. By 1997, he had built a reputation for being extremely versatile, a skill he used to land his first major gig with Whose Line Is It Anyway? He continued to build upon the national recognition he received from the show, and in 2001, he starred in The Wayne Brady Show. In 2004, he appeared in one of the most notorious sketches on Dave Chappelle’s comedy show, which skewered Brady’s "good guy" image.