Thursday morning on the Tennessee Star Report, host Michael Patrick Leahy welcomed all-star panelist and co-writer of Bustin’ Loose Roger Simon in studio to talk about the talent and relationship with the late comedian Richard Pryor.Read More
Wednesday morning on the Tennessee Star Report, host Michael Patrick Leahy welcomed conservative comedian Chad Prather to talk about his comedy and upcoming Unapologetic Comedy Tour this Friday at the Franklin Marriot in Tennessee.Read More
Barack and Michelle Obama are set to produce a Netflix sketch comedy series expected to be “loosely based on an anti-Trump book that portrays the chaos that reportedly erupted after President Trump won the 2016 election,” according to a Fox News report.
The former first couple in 2018 acquired the rights to author Michael Lewis’ book “The Fifth Risk.” The nonfiction book “examines the transition and political appointments of the Donald Trump presidency, especially with respect to three government agencies: the Department of Energy, the Department of Agriculture, and the Department of Commerce,” an entry on Wikipedia says.Read More
Comedian Ralphie May has sadly passed away at the young age of just 45, according to reports. The comedian had reportedly been battling pneumonia for six weeks, but was still pushing through and performing all of his shows. According to TMZ, May died at a private residence in Las Vegas…Read More
Shania Screen Shot 2017-09-24 at 4.46.58 AM Shania Twain may be known best as a country music star, but she just proved that her talent and personality go far beyond that arena. The Canadian queen of country-pop guest starred on a new episode of Comedy Central’s hit show, “Broad City,”…Read More
Veteran comedian and filmmaker Mel Brooks says political correctness is killing comedy and that some of his movies would never have been made in today’s climate. Mr. Brooks, 91, told BBC Radio 4 on Thursday that his 1974 comedy western “Blazing Saddles,” which satirized racism in Hollywood, would never be…Read More
Renowned comedy icon Don Rickles had died. He would have been 91 in May. Rickles burst into the mainstream with his acerbic style after Frank Sinatra spotted him in a night club in the late 1950s. A pioneer in the genre of ‘insult comedy,’ Sinatra said in later interviews he…Read More