Lavell has been a comedy star for years, but he really hit the big time as the runner-up in the fifth edition of “Last Comic Standing.” Since then, he’s been a true national star, headlining clubs and theaters with his signature suits and side-splitting jokes. And he’s also making breakthroughs as an actor – fans of “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul” know him as Huell.
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- There is a two-item minimum per ticket. This can be any combination of food items or beverages. Bottled water and soft drinks count as items.
- For our main showroom, the first show of any night is the "early" show. All other shows are "late" shows. Early shows are seated by time of arrival. The earlier you arrive at the club, the greater your seating options will be. Late shows have assigned seating, and assignments are made in order of ticket purchase. The earlier you buy tickets, the better your seats will be (i.e. closer to the stage).
- For our lounge, all shows regardless of start time are seated by time of arrival.
To those in the know, Lavell is one of the hottest artists breaking out of the urban scene in years. With his original voice and consistent wealth of new material, Lavell has started selling out big time at theaters, major arena tours as headliner and closer; colleges, casinos, and clubs across the world generating seven-figure income in that area. Many people know him for his work on “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul.” Other recent projects include his recurring roles on “The Crazy Ones,” “Super Fun Night,” And “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” as well as his work for several weeks as guest host of “The Steve Harvey Radio Show,” regular appearances on “Chelsea Lately,” recurring voice over roles on Adult Swim’s “Squidbillies,” ongoing series regular role on Swim’s new series, “Sperm Whale,” and roles on “Tosh.0” and “Workaholics.” His one-hour special “Lavell Crawford: Can a Brother Get Some Love” was his second special for Comedy Central. Lavell has had a deal for a scripted series at Comedy Central as well.