Mike Myers Tickets
Mike Myers Tickets
Mike Myers has single-handedly influenced popular culture for several decades with his stint on Saturday Night Live as well as his iconic movie characters, Wayne Campbell from Wayne's World, and Austin Powers. Now he is bringing his creative genius to the show An Evening with Mike Myers, an introspective and humorous look at his life.
During the show, Mike Myers shares funny and serious observations on his storied career, beginning with his humble childhood in Scarborough, Ontario. Influenced by his British father's love of comedy, Myers joined the famed Second City Comedy Troupe in Toronto immediately after high school. His career really took off when he joined Saturday Night Live in 1989, where he created characters such as Wayne Campbell, star of a cable TV show, and Dieter, a German talk show host. His wildly successful Wayne's World and Austin Powers movies cemented his comic reputation. In the show, he comments on all his successes and failures, including the critically panned Love Guru and So I Married an Axe Murderer.
Anyone looking for Mike Myers tickets will be able to find him bringing his unique comedy voice to the Maison Symphonique in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Mike Myers is an all-around creative force. In addition to comedy and floor hockey, which he plays several times a week, Myers paints. He has created an entire series of Colonel Sanders works, depicting the chicken icon as Colonel with the Pearl Earring and the Colonel Lisa. He also makes GarageBand tunes that few people are allowed to hear. In addition, he has unusual celebrity connections. For instance, he was a child actor who starred in a commercial with Gilda Radner when he was eight-years-old. Most surprisingly, he was the last person George Harrison wrote to before his death, an odd circumstance of which Myers is particularly proud.
Myers has been nominated for three Primetime Emmys and won in 1989 for Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program as a member of the SNL writing team. In 2000, he won an American Comedy Award for Funniest Actor in a Motion Picture (lead role) for Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. He also received the coveted Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for his performance in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds. Add to those honours his Blockbuster Entertainment Award and his five MTV Movie Awards, and his number of accolades reaches an impressive number.
Mike Myers the writer is frequently overlooked due to his acting success. In fact, he has a daunting list of writing credits to his name, including his Saturday Night Live years when he wrote for 31 episodes from 1989-1990. He penned all three Austin Powers movies as well as the short film Oscar Etiquette. In 2014, the documentary Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon was released, a film Myers conceived and directed. Myers has been quoted as saying, I still believe that at any time the no-talent police will come and arrest me, a sentiment with which his fans certainly disagree.
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