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SNL Legend Kevin Nealon Headlines the Ice House in Pasadena

Nealon has gone on to star in both film and television. – Courtesy photo / The Ice House

The Ice House Comedy Club will welcome acclaimed comic, actor and “Saturday Night Live” alumnus Kevin Nealon on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25 and are available at icehousecomedy.com or through the Ice House box office at (626) 577-1894. This is a special event show.

With his unique sense of humor, profound dry wit and likable demeanor, Nealon has established himself as one of the premiere television, theatrical and stand-up comedians of his generation.

As a cast member of “Saturday Night Live” (1986-1995), Kevin is most recognized for the characters he created, including; The Subliminal Man, Hans and Franz, and anchoring Weekend Update.

Kevin was recently noted for starring on Showtime’s, Golden Globe winning hit series “Weeds.” Kevin has also taped two one-hour standup specials, “Now Hear Me Out” and most recently, “Whelmed, But Not Overly,” both now available on DVD and CD.

Nealon, who made his film debut in the 1987 romantic comedy, “Roxanne” with Steve Martin, has gone on to star in over two dozen comedies, including “Happy Gilmore” and “The Wedding Singer” both with Adam Sandler, “Anger Management” with Jack Nicholson, “Daddy Day Care” with Eddie Murphy, “Grandma’s Boy, Just Go With It” and “Blended” with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.

He has published a comedic memoir that chronicles his life and his experience with going through his wife’s pregnancy called, “Yes, You’re Pregnant, But What About Me?”

In 2013, he made an appearance in Comedy Central’s cult hit “Drunk History,” where he played a buffoonish Grand Dragon in the KKK. He currently plays Don Burns on the CBS sitcom “Man with a Plan.”

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