Wayne Brady

Wayne Brady

WAYNE BRADY

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WHAT TO EXPECT: Wayne Brady has found success as both a dramatic actor and talk-show host, but it is with improvisational comedy that Brady stood out from the pack. In 1998 Brady became a regular on the ABC show “Whose Line is It Anyway?” where he was able to showcase his improvisational skills in front of a live studio audience. Along with his song parodies, improvisation takes center stage at Brady’s live performances. Audience participation adds a tremendous amount to his shows with those in attendance playing a vital role in shaping the night and helping to create comedy on the spot.

 Wayne Brady has found success as both a dramatic actor and talk-show host, but it is with improvisational comedy that Brady stood out from the pack. In 1998 Brady became a regular on the ABC show “Whose Line is It Anyway?” where he was able to showcase his improvisational skills in front of a live studio audience. Along with his song parodies, improvisation takes center stage at Brady’s live performances. Audience participation adds a tremendous amount to his shows with those in attendance playing a vital role in shaping the night and helping to create comedy on the spot.

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