Aries Spears Tickets
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Witty, charming, kind and hilariously funny are some of the descriptive words used to describe Aries Spears. Watch just five minutes of any of his numerous appearances to see for yourself why he is being dubbed unofficially as “The funniest Mother-f*!ker on the planet”. Spears has earned numerous awards and accolades for his roles in hits like the popular Fox’s sketch comedy series “MadTv” where he stayed for eight years appearing in 198 episodes making him the second longest-serving cast member on the show, just behind Michael McDonald. Aries is well known for his impressions of celebrities like Jay-Z, LL Cool J, Snoop Dog, Robert De Niro, Eddie Murphey, Mike Tyson, Bill Cosby, Shaquille O’Neal, the list is currently arguably a mile long but incomplete as this performer can impersonate almost anyone. Aries Spears puts on one high energy, entertaining performance with his top notch impersonation skills; you are not going to see a better show no matter how hard you search. Aries Spears is the new standard for funny. Spears appears in a variety of recurring roles of fictional characters that have been created by him over the years and used in the skits written by Spears, including appearances on Fox’s “THE BEST DAMN SPORTS SHOW PERIOD” as one of the fictional characters that he created. His most recent HBO spoof “The White List” is a side-splitting line-up of character’s like former President George W. Bush, actor Vince Vaughn, Christopher Walken, Al Pacino, with interviews done by Sean Penn. Aries Spears fans can find most of his work on his YouTube and Pandora channels as well as his personal Twitter account @AriesSpears or find tickets for his upcoming tour on our easy to use website!
Aries Spears is an American stand-up comedian, actor and voice artist. Spears was a regular on Fox's sketch comedy series, MADtv, appearing in 198 episodes making him the second longest-serving cast member on the show. Spears' first television appearance was on Russell Simmons's Def Comedy Jam, followed by It's Showtime at the Apollo (1987). He moved to Los Angeles in 1992, landed a recurring role on A Different World (1993) and became a regular at The Comedy Store, The Improv and The Laugh Factory. Other television credits include Crosstown Traffic, The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (1993) and Soul Train.
Spears appeared on a 2nd season episode of Mind of Mencia, which parodied Jamie Foxx's role in Kanye West's music video for "Gold Digger." He also appeared in the 2006 movie Hood of Horror. Spears performed in the TV series The Underground and voiced the character Wizard Kelly in the animated television series The Proud Family. Spears appeared on the Covino and Rich radio talk show and criticized rapper Soulja Boy Tell 'Em. He challenged Soulja Boy Tell 'Em to a rap battle, claiming he would win easily. Spears appeared in two episodes of Frank Caliendo's sketch comedy show Frank TV as Shaquille O'Neal.