David Spade, the wise-cracking, power-hungry assistant from Just Shoot Me, teams up with Ray Romano, the star from one of the most respected comedy sitcoms in television history, Everybody Loves Raymond, for an evening of hilarious banter as they share our stage together. It is a real treat to be able to see two excellent comedians in one show. Ray Romano and David Spade in one show offer double the fun!
Opposites in comedy styles -- Romano rose to fame playing bumbling everyman characters where Spade succeeded in playing sharp, sarcastic roles -- both have parlayed their unique brands of humor into major commercial success. They are so different in their comedy styles but Ray Romano and David Spade compliment each other well. Good value for the dollar amount spent.
Ray Romano is great. His ability to connect his life to the audience's daily existence is extraordinary, as is his stage presence. He comes across as just another guy trying to make it in this crazy and sometimes nonsensical world of ours. Romano originally planned to be an accountant, but an open-mic night at a New York comedy club in 1984 changed all that. Regular appearances at comedy clubs and on talk shows -- including "The Tonight Show" with both Johnny Carson and Jay Leno and the "Late Show with David Letterman" -- led to his starring role on the award-winning sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Las Vegas delivers another great comedy show when Ray Romano and David Spade arrive for the Aces of Comedy series. Romano and Spade know how to make audiences laugh and make each other laugh, for that reason, when they hit the stage together. Relive those SNL and "Everybody loves Raymond" good old days with references and stories about their funny lives.
Spade parlayed television success into movies. Appearances as a cast member of "Saturday Night Live" first brought Spade national attention. That led to longtime roles on "Just Shoot Me" and now "Rules of Engagement."
Both Ray Romano and David Spade are regulars in Las Vegas so expect a night of laughs with Sin City being the butt of some of the jokes.