Dennis Miller Tickets
Dennis Miller has taken on many roles. Actor, comedian, sports commentator, radio and television star are all comfortable roles for Dennis. Since 1985 he has entertained people with his opinionated style. Cheap tickets for Dennis Miller can be found on this site.
Dennis Miller majored in journalism at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and immediately went to work in radio and television. He began performing standup comedy in various clubs. Tickets for Dennis Miller began to be requested.
From Catch A Rising Star in New York to The Comedy Store in Los Angeles, Dennis tried on several comedic styles coming to rest on his own version of political satire. These were good moves for Dennis who met Lorne Michaels in 1985 and was asked to do a spot on Saturday Night Live.
On a whim, Dennis was given the role of news anchor in the Saturday Night Live skit Weekend Update and eventually became known as the snarky news personality that ended his news report with "That's the news, folks, and I am outta here!" Dennis Miller tickets brought a lot of people in to see his SNL skits. He left Saturday Night Live in 1991 and left such a mark as to be impersonated on the show by personalities such Tom Hanks and Jimmy Fallon.
Fueling his standup comedy career, Dennis put out a CD called The Off-White Album in 1988 which came from his TV special Mr. Miller Goes to Washington. An HBO special, Dennis Miller: Black and White, came out next and helped to solidify the political humor that would become his trademark. Dennis Miller tickets were selling fast.
The Dennis Miller Show, a late night TV talk show, was created in 1992 to showcase Miller’s comedic style. Then in 1994, Dennis Miller Live was created on HBO and focused on Dennis interviewing one key person per show on the topic of the day. Dennis Miller comedy tickets filled the audience seats.
A political prime-time commentary called just Dennis Miller was created on CNBC in 2004. The show featured a variety of guests but the theme was the discussion of current political topics. Dennis Miller tickets were picked up quickly. Being less a general talk show and more on political humor, the show was eventually canceled in 2005.
Throughout his own show schedule, Dennis Miller had guest spots on many shows such as Hannity & Colmes, The O'Reilly Factor, Sports Center, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with David Letterman. Dennis Miller comedy tickets were in demand as his visibility from these shows increased.
Dennis Miller’s standup shows contain satirical discussions of American culture and the political world. Known for his direct speech and “pull no punches” style, Dennis points out the humor underneath the serious tone that politicians take. He would say that laughing at ourselves is the best medicine. Tickets for Dennis Miller performances are still in demand.
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