Jimmy Pardo with Matt Fugate: Sep 8-11

Jimmy Pardo
From the minute Jimmy Pardo hits the stage you know exactly what's on his mind. With a potent mix of high energy sarcasm, fast-paced improvisation and a dash of self-deprecation, "The Shooter" holds nothing back. Using his contagious personality to win over the audience, Jimmy reveals the imbecile that lives within his pompous 5'4" frame. No one is safe when Jimmy begins to rail against all things moronic. "You heard it right!!!," he barks at the audience, commanding them to pay attention or suffer the consequences.

Arriving in L.A. in 1995, Jimmy quickly earned the respect of his peers and along with it, the moniker "comic's comic". Such a reputation has earned him recurring appearances on TBS's "Dinner and a Movie" and Comedy Central's Make Me Laugh. Not one for over-exposure, Jimmy has guest starred on four unaired pilots. In 1997 he hosted the pilot of "Just for Laughs", a game show collaboration between Game Show Network, The Montreal Comedy Festival and Tony Danza's Katieface Productions. In 1998 he appeared at The Montreal Festival and taped an appearance on Penn & Teller's Sin City Spectacular for fX. Jimmy closed out the decade with appearances on The "Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn", VH-1's The List, Comedy Central's Premium Blend and also hosted the pilot for fX's "The Test." In 2001, he mounted a one-man show (with supporting characters) called "Attention Must Be Paid" which played to sold out shows and standing ovations. He also co-starred in the Comedy Central pilot "The Lemur." Jimmy Pardo - the unofficial comic of the new millennium.
Friday, Sep 10th @ 8pm at the Broad Ripple Crackers: An Evening of Comedy to Benefit our Friend and Fellow Comic Hank McGill.

Headlining is Jimmy Pardo, with hose Dave "The King" Wilson, featuring a few of Hank's friends including Randy Montgomery & Karen Carlson!

Proceeds from the 8pm show and silent auction will go directly to the McGill family.