The Bourbon Room
Wayne Brady
Mon Nov 20 7:00 pm (Doors: 6:00 pm )
All Ages

Wayne Brady faces off with a live band and a special guest in an evening of musical improv and sketch.

Multiple Emmy Award-winning and Grammy Award-nominated Wayne Brady has made his mark on stage and screen as an actor, producer, singer, dancer, songwriter, and television personality.

A true multi-hyphenate, Brady’s career path and personal life journey have helped him see the world in a unique way. His aspirations have always gone beyond solely starring in various entertainment projects, and under his Makin’ It Up Productions banner, he’s set out to create new content across different platforms that showcase innovation and inclusivity in fun and powerful ways.

A five-time Emmy winner (the first to win Daytime and Primetime awards in two consecutive years), Brady has an impressive TV resume including Whose Line Is It Anyway? The Masked Singer, Dancing With The Stars, Black Lighting, The Good Fight, and Showtime’s American Gigolo– each spotlighting different aspects of his immense talent.

In addition to being a force in front of the camera, Brady is heavily active behind the scenes wearing the hats of host & executive producer for Let’s Make A Deal, Game of Talents, and Comedy IQ, which he also co-created. All of this follows on the heels of the success of his award-winning daytime talk show The Wayne Brady Show.



Wayne Brady

Wayne Brady is a comedian and actor known for his work on TV's Whose Line Is It Anyhow The Wayne Brady Show and Don't Forget the Lyrics.

Born in 1972 in Columbus Georgia Wayne Brady auditioned for the British comedy series Whose Line Is It Anyway? and he was cast in several episodes and later starred in the American version as well. In 2001  The Wayne Brady Show first aired and although the show earned two Daytime Emmys it was canceled in 2004. Brady returned to host 2007's Fox network game show Don't Forget the Lyrics and in 2009 took the reins of the reboot of the game show Let's Make a Deal.

After touring with his own live stage show Brady returned to the small screen in 2007 to host Fox's network game show Don't Forget the Lyrics. Brady has since made appearances in multiple television series including How I Met Your Mother  Everybody Hates Chris and the animated series Sophia the First. In 2008 he released the Grammy-nominated album A Long Time Coming  and the following year he took on hosting duties of a new version of daytime game show Let's Make a Deal  which entered its sixth season in 2014.

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