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Largo welcomes comedian T.J. Miller as he brings his eccentric brand of comedy to the stage, along with excellent comedians and musical guests, and one person who has no business being up there. Hosted by Pete Holmes, the show will include Anthony Jeselnik, Doug Benson, Tig Notaro, Natasha Leggero, Matt Braunger, Kyle Kinane Cash Levy, Mike Bridenstine, Mike Holmes, Kumail Nanjiani and Mike Burns with music by Ugly Duckling and Steinski. Doors open for drinks at 6pm, Showtime 8pm.
Read about T.J. Miller in The L.A. Times:
Miller's comedy career, however, is anything but standing still. He's coming off a storm of projects — in 2010 alone, he appeared in six studio films, including "Get Him to the Greek," "Unstoppable," "Gulliver's Travels" and "Yogi Bear." And he's in an upcoming comedy starring Paul Rudd, "Our Idiot Brother," as well as the now-in-production Steve Carell film "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World." Miller also just finished shooting his first Comedy Central special in his hometown of Denver, due out this fall. And there's both a comedy podcast and a rap album in the works, the latter debuting this September on Comedy Central Records.
In the past year, T.J. Miller has appeared in Tony Scott's "Unstoppable" (Fox) opposite Denzel Washington and Chris Pine, "Gulliver's Travels" (Fox) opposite Jack Black and "Get Him to the Greek" for producer Judd Apatow, opposite Jonah Hill and Russell Brand. In March 2010, Dreamworks will release "She's Out of My League" in which T.J. co-stars. He recently had a supporting role in Mike Judge's "Extract." He voiced "Tuffnut" in "How To Train Your Dragon" and wrote and starred in two short films; "I'm Having A Difficult Time Killing My Parents" and "Successful Alcoholics." He has appeared on Conan, David Letterman and Comedy Central. He was named one of Variety's "10 Comics to Watch" as well as one of Entertainment Weekly's "Next Big Things in Comedy" as well as "4 or 5 Things You Don't Really Have To Care About." Previously, he starred in the JJ Abrams' picture "Cloverfield" and Russo Brothers' show "Carpoolers" on ABC. The show was cancelled before it had a full season and Cloverfield made a lot of people motion sick. His style is ridiculous.
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