Jerry Seinfeld is bringing his iconic stand-up routine back Sin City.
Seinfeld has recently announced that he will return to the Colosseum in Las Vegas next year for a two-night run at the iconic theatre, and Seinfeld fans could not be more ecstatic. Though there have been other funny comedians that have risen to prominence, Seinfeld continues to display why he is one of the funniest men on the planet.
He has a resume that others in his field dream of having. He’s had an iconic sitcom, has won numerous awards, and his stand-up shows consistently sell out in every city he visits. Seinfeld personifies the iconic comedian, but it wasn’t always this way.
Like many before and after him, Seinfeld worked the club circuit around NYC before he was granted a small-routine on "The Tonight Show" in 1981; and from there, he was firmly on the radar of comedy lovers everywhere.
In 1989, Seinfeld, with Larry David, launched his iconic NBC sitcom, simply titled "Seinfeld," and he has started in movies and continued to do his famed stand-up routine. Today, Seinfeld continues to be involved in every media medium. He has produced shows, movies, and have written books; but he has never lost his love for stand-up, and his wit and zeal is the same as it was way back in 1981.
Tickets to see Jerry Seinfeld at The Colosseum: