American Comedian Kevin Nealon is well known for his role on Saturday Night Live, which lasted for nine years, his characters in the Happy Madison films as well as his portrayal of Doug Wilson on the "Weed" TV series. He also received and Emmy nomination for his role as part of the writing team for the hit TV series SNL. You can get Kevin Nealon Tickets for all his stand up comedy shows on StubHub.com right now.
Kevin Nealon background and history
Nealon's first stand-up comedy performance on network television was on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1984. In 1986, Saturday Night Live recruited Nealon who performed full-time in the 1987-1988 season. More recently Nealon portrayed the couples counselor on the hit TV show 3rd Rock from the Sun. He has also hosted the World's Funniest Commercials on TBS. In 2008 he released a book named "Yes, You're Pregnant, But What About Me?" which detailed the experience of his wife's pregnancy.
Other film credits include a supporting role alongside Eddie Murphy in "Daddy Day Care", a part in "Good Boy", and with Steve Martin in the startling and funny "Roxanne" and in Grandma’s Boy with Hill and Swardson. He is also well loved in various screen roles including Just Go with It, Anger Management and the TV series SNL. For the Happy Madison films Nealon teamed up with Adam Sandler to create "Blended", "Eight Crazy Nights", "The Wedding Singer", "Happy Gilmore", and "You Don’t Mess with the Zohan". In Joe Dirt, Nelon and David Spade teamed up to create humour and parody.
With more and more TV coverage, media coverage on online access to publicity Nealon has maintained his popularity as a stand-up comedian. He currently tours around the country delivering his unique blend of wry humour. His one-hour stand up specials are popular with people of all ages but have a good following among forty-somethings. He blends his wit with everyday topical issues and down-to-earth observations to create the perfect dinner time entertainment.
Nealon describes his craft as "absurd, dark and conversational" He discusses his own life and how he sees things with a twist and then adds his own exaggerated effect, to create his own special brand of humour. He also likes to share his ideas, no matter how strange they may seem. His brand of comedy is also non-threatening allowing the audience to be relaxed and swept way by the humour. His stand-up comedy offerings from 2009 “Kevin Nealon: Now Hear Me Out!” and his second Showtime special, “Whelmed…But Not Overly,” from 2012 can also be seen on DVD