If the mark of a great entertainer is the ability to continually reinvent, create and astonish an audience, then Carl LaBove has undoubtedly made his mark. An original founding member of "The Outlaws of Comedy", His powerful approach to stand up comedy has been filling theaters and clubs for over 30 years.
LaBove was born in Fort Worth Texas, grew up a military child, which required his family to move all around the world during his youth. At age nineteen he discovered stand up comedy with the man who would become his best friend, Sam Kinison. Together the two founded a Rock & Roll Comedy concept that would earn Billboard Magazines "Top Tour" honors by selling out theaters across the country for 5 straight years.
Skyrocketing to the biggest performance stages in the country as a founding member of "The Outlaws" in the late 80's, and early 90's, Carl would establish himself as an unparalleled comedic force during the biggest comedy boom of the last fifty years. Twenty years after "The Outlaws," Carl continues to sellout venues and amaze audiences from coast to coast. With credits that include The Tonight Show, HBO, Showtime, two comedy CD's, a concert DVD for Journey Records and much more. There is no end in sight for Carl.
When Landry hits the stage you can expect an instantaneously likable, high energy, and rapid fire comedic entity with dimples, and something like a jheri curl. His material is drawn from everyday life situations, and is a hybrid of character work, storytelling and one liner jabs to the pancreas. His “crossover” comedy style appeals to people from all walks of life, age groups, and ethnic backgrounds.
A year into the game Landry auditioned for TVone’s hit show “Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes?” An impressive showing at the Uptown Comedy Club in Atlanta earned him a place on season 3. The following year Landry won the Punchline’s 64 comedian, “Super Comedy Contest” solidifying his place as an up and coming comedian. Additionally, Landry was recently a finalist in the 2010 Yuk Yuk’s Great Canadian Laugh-off, semi-finalist in the 2010 Boston Comedy Festival, and was voted the 2010 “Best Male Comic” by the Atlanta Stands-up Awards.
Keep your eyes open and your ear to the ground, because Landry’s coming!