The actor, who plays a jealous dad in “Brad’s Status,” sees a lot of “keeping up with the Joneses” — but mostly in New York and L.A.
City has made an impression on several “Lego Ninjago Movie” actors, including Kumail Nanjiani, Zach Woods and Jackie Chan.
The comedian, who returns to the area this weekend for a stand-up show, reveals Second City benefit included a ‘Superfans’ bit and surprise guests.
In the suit, Scott Morehead claims Aasia Bullock called him “White Jesus” and “cracker” and threatened to “slap the s—” out of him.
Director Betty Thomas says another superstar wants to play the late Chicago improv teacher, but she won’t say who it is.
Some comedians reluctant to go too rough on the “sweetheart” actor best known for his “Cheers” role.
Typically intense during most of his Chicago Theatre set, the gifted stand-up comic takes some quiet time to reflect on his divorce.
The Wilmette comedian, set to roast George Wendt this weekend, says she understands why some critics objected to her sexually indeterminate character.
Barely seen since their one TV airing in 1967, bits by John Cleese, Graham Chapman and others get a second life in a show at the iO Theatre.
The comedian was familiar to TV audiences as Larry David’s father on “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”
Deadline says Chicago-trained Laura Grey, Tim Baltz and Kobi Libii will be correspondents on “The Opposition.”
ZWECKER: Patti Stanger lends her expertise to a new reality series about some “pretty crazy” matchmakers in Chicago.
The Hollywood legend’s oft-brilliant work delighted many but took others aback.
Later generations knew him primarily as the tireless conductor of the Labor Day weekend telethons to raise funds for victims of muscular dystrophy.