Bonkerz Comedy Productions Presents
Greg Vaccariello as seen on The Tonight Show, King of Queens and Law and Order:SVU, with Jeremy Wieand
221 N Rampart Blvd
Las Vegas, NV, 89145
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Greg Vaccariello is a veteran of Stand-up comedy as well as on the road to becoming an accomplished actor. Having made his television debut in the NBC show Ed, Greg has continued his acting career with appearances on the CBS show The King of Queens as well as recurring roles on the NBC show Law and Order: Special Victim's Unit and Law and Order: Criminal Intent. He has also appeared in several television commercials.
Jeremy's always been a little guy who brings big laughs. After playing Andy King for 100 episodes on the Family Channel Original Sitcom, Big Brother Jake, along with being cast on most major television shows in the 1990’s including Boy Meets World, Sister Sister and Clueless, he decided the laughs were not going to stop with the quirkiness of getting older. Because of his lack of height... and hair, he's always had a knack for witty comebacks and humorous anecdotes. If it's a confusing, uncomfortable or embarrassing situation, Jeremy will help you laugh about it along the way.
Jeremy has been well received by audiences which have resulted in being booked to perform at various comedy clubs and showrooms across the country, including The Tempe Improv, The Laugh Factory, L.A. Comedy Club, Las Vegas Live Comedy Club Starring Edwin San Juan at Planet Hollywood and numerous Bonkerz Comedy Club locations and venues where he was the resident host and feature for "Comedy After Dark Starring Anthony Padilla" and starred in his own weekly show "Sunday Night Funnies" at the Plaza Hotel in Downtown Las Vegas. Jeremy has also been fortunate enough to have opened for Comedic greats like Louie Anderson at Palace Station Hotel and Casino and Jim Norton with Dave Attell at the MGM Grand.
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