About Colin Mochrie
Born in 1957, Colin Andrew Mochrie is a popular improvisational comedian and actor. Growing up in Kilmarnock, Scotland, Colin attended secondary school in Killarney and it was during this time that he was persuaded to act in a play named “the Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch”. Playing the role of an undertaker, Colin immediately fell in love with comedy after he got his first laugh at the show. Finishing off with high school, the young Colin enrolled himself into the Studio 58 theatre school located in Vancouver where he studied improvisational comedy for four years. Graduating in 1980, Colin became a part of a comedy group named “Vancouver TheatreSports League”. The comedian had to face troubles at first as the group wasn’t able to grab the attention of audiences.
However, it was after he met fellow comedian Ryan Stiles while performing in New Zealand that Colin’s work started attracting the public. As the two started working together, Colin quit Vancouver TheatreSports League and relocated to Toronto to work with Stiles in “the Second City”. Finishing his tenure with the company in 1988, Colin auditioned for a role on the popular improv show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Being rejected twice for a regular role on the show, Colin got lucky the third time and he was seen appearing on the show from 1990 till 1998. Since then the talented comedian has appeared in several television shows and films, namely Blackfly, Getting Along Famously, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show, Figure It Out, Goosebumps, the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and She’s the Mayor. In 2013, Colin Mochrie was seen working in a revival of CW’s “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”
About Bradley Sherwood
The second comedian performing at the upcoming show, Bradley Sherwood is a critically acclaimed comedian and actor from Chicago, Illinois. Born in 1964, Brad started acting when he was just eight years old. Attending the Santa Fe Preparatory School and High School, Brad enrolled himself into the Wright State University from where he obtained a degree in fine arts. He landed his first acting role back in 1990 when he bagged a recurring role on “L.A. Law”. In the following year, Brad was seen working as a cast member on “The Newz”.
It wasn’t until 1992 that Brad Sherwood made his big break. After auditioning for a spot on the British version of the popular comedy show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” Brad was taken aboard and worked in the first three seasons of the show. He was then seen appearing on the American version of the show that ran on ABC. Appearing in seven seasons, Brad impersonated celebrities such as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nelson, Mick Jagger, Jim Backus, Yogi Bear, Fred Schneider and Jimmy Stewart. The comedian/actor has also appeared on shows namely Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show, Flipping Out, the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza, Larry King Live; Trust Us With Your Life and Hollywood Squares.
This time these two comedians will be making their way to the live stage once again to entertain their fans.