Sep 292011
Jeff Dunham

Jeff Dunham is coming to the Huntington Center in Toledo on November 27th.

Jeff Dunham Tickets Huntington Center

Jeff Dunham is bringing his “Uncontrolled Chaos” tour to the Toledo area on November 27th.  Dunham is a very popular comedien and ventroloquist.  He travels with his puppets who have been referred to as being “politically incorrect.”  This guy is absolutely hilarious and you need to see him live when he comes to Toledo, OH.

Dunham’s visit to Toledo is over Thanksgiving weekend so make sure to get together your family and friends to see Jeff Dunham together.  It’s always more fun to see a comic show with a group of people especially close acquaintances and family.  Tickets will sell out like hotcakes for Dunham in Toledo so please don’t wait too long to reserve your cheap seats.

The address of the Huntington Center is:

500 Jefferson Avenue
Toledo, OH 43604

Jeff Dunham Tickets Toledo, OH

Sep 292011

Jeff Dunham has announced that he will bring his comedy show to countless venues in late 2011 and early 2012.  This guy is so funny and his shows are a “can’t miss.”  If you’ve never been to a show, take time to go to one this year or next year.

Dunham was born in 1962 and he is a stand-up comedian and ventriloquist.  Over the years he has been on many top notch television shows including:  Sonny with a Chance, Comedy Central Presents, The Tonight Show and Late Night with David Letterman.  In 2009, Dunham had his own self-titled show which he appeared in.

Some critics have called Jeff Dunham’s style as a casually dressed, palatable version of Don Rickles with multiple personalities.  His characters are a “hoot,” because they will insult, have bad tempers and they mock anything political.  Dunham has been distinguist with the revival of ventroliquism.  He has done an outstanding job promoting his act and the last person who was anything close to Dunham is Edgar Bergen.

His Christmas show entitled “Jeff dunham’s Very Special Christmas Special,” was the most watched show on Comedy Central  in their history.