4455 Paradise Road
Show Dates: June 20, 2013 - June 23, 2013
Show Times: 9pm
Age Restriction: 18
Starting at $58.90
Michael Thomas "Tom" Green, famous for his MTV show, "The Tom Green Show," is also an actor, rapper, writer and stand-up comedian.
The Canadian born-and raised comedian started performing stand-up at local clubs at age 15. He also had a short-lived career as a rapper in a group called Organized Rhyme under the alias "MC Bones." During his college years, he studied television broadcasting and hosted a popular college radio show.
"The Tom Green Show" started out on a public cable access channel in Ottawa. MTV picked up the show in January 1999 and he gained popularity in the United States and around the world. What made "The Tom Green Show" a hit was his shock humor. He performed crude and unusual pranks like putting a cow head in his parents' bed, drinking milk from a cow and other wild stunts. The show went on hiatus after Green discovered he had testicular cancer in early 2000.
He is also famous for his song, "Lonely Swedish (The Bum Bum Song)." The song became a No. 1 on MTV's "Total Request Live."
His fame scored him roles in a string of movies, including "Road Trip," "Charlie's Angels," "Freddy Got Fingered," "Stealing Harvard" and "Bob the Butler."
In 2002, he directed a one-hour MTV special called "The Tom Green Subway Monkey Hour," filmed in Japan. In 2005, he returned to rap and started the group, The Keepin' it Real Crew. To date, Green has performed with rappers like Too Short, Flava Flav, People Under the Stairs and Xzibit, to name a few.
The comedian had several TV appearances including "America's Got Talent," "The Celebrity Apprentice," "Hell's Kitchen," and "For the Love of Ray J."
His web show, "Tom Green Live" won the 2007 TV Guide "Online Video Award" for Best Web Talk Show and the 2007 Webby Award for "Best Variety Show." In 2008, he renamed the show to "Tom Green's House Tonight." During the show, he interviewed guest celebrities including Val Kilmer, Pamela Anderson, Blackalicious, Xzibit, Tony Hawk, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Andrew Dice Clay and Joe Rogan, among others. In one show, he interviews "Jackass" star Steve-O for a whopping three-plus hours, while they were both heavily intoxicated.
Steve-O (born Stephen Glover) is best known for his outrageous performance stunts on MTV's "Jackass."
After briefly attending University of Miami, he attended and graduated from the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in 1997. While performing in a flea market circus, Steve-O began sending videos of himself to Big Brother Magazine's editor and future "Jackass" director Jeff Tremaine. Tremaine recruited Steve-O for MTV's "Jackass," which became a hit.
In 2001, Steve-O released "Don't Try This at Home" on DVD, containing stunts that MTV censored. He toured, promoting the DVD and doing stunts and later released "Don't Try This at Home Volume 2: The Tour."
After years of trouble with the law, probation and rehab, he appeared on "Dancing with the Stars" in 2009. The same year, MTV premiered a documentary titled "Stevo-O: Demise and Rise." He was also a part of "Jackass 3D," released in October 2010. While promoting the movie, he appeared on "The Howard Stern Show," lighting himself on fire.
Steve-O currently hosts truTV's reality game show, "Killer Karaoke."