LOS ANGELES, CA – Louie Anderson’s new comedy special Big Underwear will be released by Comedy Dynamics on April 3, 2018 premiering on Amazon, Comcast, DIRECTV, AT&T, DISH, iTunes, Charter, Google Play and many other platforms. The album will be released on April 6, 3018 on all digital and physical audio retailers.
In his new special, Louie reflects on his experiences traveling across the country, and his journey to a healthier lifestyle. Whether discussing what to do with his massive collection of big underwear, or looking back on the hilarious details of his parents’ idiosyncrasies, Louie keeps his audience in an uproar. The special was taped on November 12, 2017 at the Palace Theatre in Los Angeles, California.
“This is my 40th year as a stand-up comic, and I hope I created really big shoes to fill because I know I have really “Big Underwear” to fill!” said Louie Anderson.
Louie Anderson is an actor and stand-up comedian, named by Comedy Central as “One of the 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time.” From 1994 to 2001, he created and produced the animated Emmy Award–winning Fox series Life with Louie, based on his own childhood. He won his most recent Emmy for his costarring role on Zach Galifianakis’ Baskets. When not in production, Anderson continues to tour, traveling the States doing what he loves to do: stand-up comedy.
“Louie is a legend and someone I am honored to be working with for a second time,” said Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of Comedy Dynamics.
Comedy Dynamics, a Nacelle company, is one of the largest independent comedy production and distribution companies, producing Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History, Animal Planet’s Animal Nation with Anthony Anderson, the new scripted comedy on Hulu, There’s… Johnny!, History’s Join Or Die with Craig Ferguson, MTV2’s Wild ’N On Tour, and Hulu’s Coming To The Stage. The company has worked with a wide range of established and emerging comedic talent including Kevin Hart, Aziz Ansari, Jim Gaffigan, Katt Williams and many more. In total, nine of Comedy Dynamics’ albums have been Grammy-nominated, with one win.
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