Beloved funnyman Chris Tucker continues to keep audiences in stitches with his on-screen roles and hilarious stand-up act. Tucker keeps it classy at his live shows, treating audiences to family-friendly anecdotes from his time on the set of beloved films like Friday and Rush Hour before turning to current events and pop culture. Whether he's impersonating his grandmother or his late friend Michael Jackson, Tucker's razor-sharp wit and impeccable comic timing make for an unforgettable night of laughs on his must-see tours.
Atlanta-born Chris Tucker attended high school in Decatur before moving to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams of becoming an entertainer. By age 20 he was a regular performer on the Def Comedy Jam, and in 1995 he got his breakout film role in the stoner comedy Friday starring alongside rapper Ice Cube. More silver screen success followed in 1997 with his critically acclaimed role in The Fifth Element, where he played a hilarious reality television host from the future. In 1998 he starred in the first of three movies in the Rush Hour film series, earning $25 million for his appearance in 2007's Rush Hour 3 -- the highest salary of any Hollywood actor at the time. A beloved stand-up comedian with a knack for impersonations and an insider's knowledge of Hollywood power circles, Tucker continues to crack audiences up on his hilarious tours.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Chris Tucker was too funny. I would recommend that everyone go and see his show. He had me in stitches. It's such an excellent show. "
"Chris Tucker was everything we hoped he'd be. He told a lot of personal stories - my favorite being his advice from his Grandpa on marriage. He then showed his singing skills with some more interesting tales. He is just as animated in real life as he is on film."
"My husband and I laughed the entire show. He did great impersonations and did the entire show without using a ton of vulgar language. This man has class and style. A true professional entertainer."