Well known to fans as a member of the famed sketch comedy troupe "The Kids in the Hall," Scott Thompson is anything but your average comedic talent. After being discovered by SNL's Lorne Michaels in the late eighties," The Kids in the Hall" television series ran from 1988 to 1995 on CBC in Canada, and on HBO and CBS in the United States. After "The Kids" left television in 1995, Scott and the boys went on to write and star in their own feature film "Brain Candy," which is a cult favorite today.Thompson also appeared as a regular for three years on the revolutionary comedy series "The Larry Sanders Show" as 'Brian,' Hank Kingsley's assistant. In addition, he played a recurring role as 'Elliot' the dog baker on NBC's "Providence" and then in 2001 produced and co-wrote the Showtime documentary "Uncle Saddam."
During this time he made numerous guest appearances on other shows such as "Politically Incorrect" and "Late Night w/ Conan O'Brien."In 2004, he hosted the Genie Awards in Canada and then went undercover as former war correspondent, 'Danny Husk' on "The Husk Report" on Fashion TV. In 2005, he hosted the landmark reality series "My Fabulous Gay Wedding" for Global Canada and Logo in the US. He took on the host's role once more the following year with the CBC series "Pop Up Royals" as 'Queen Elizabeth' and starred in the popular television movie "Prom Queen."Thompson along with fellow writer Paul Bellini is the author of "Buddy Babylon: The Autobiography of Buddy Cole'" an outrageous memoir of one of Thompson's most famous characters, Buddy Cole. He has appeared in such feature films as ''Ron Ronnie Run," "The Pacifier'" and "Mickey Blue Eyes." In 2008, "The Kids" took off on the road once again with a brand new show consisting entirely of new material. The venture was so successful and creatively rewarding that the quintet decided to create a new television show which became an eight-part mini-series entitled "Death Comes to Town," which aired on CBC in Canada and on IFC in the United States. Lately, Scott has been touring as a stand-up comic and appearing in such series as "Reno 911," "Tim and Eric Awesome Show", "Carpoolers", as well as the role of Jimmy Price on two seasons of the NBC series "Hannibal," and is one of the leads on CraveTV's new show "What Would Sal Do?"
Food and Funny Deals
Food and Funny deals includes a $25 gift certificate from one of Abe Erb, Zoup or Patent & Social, and one ticket for the included show.
Dinner & Show: $45
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Show Time: 8:00 PM
Tickets: $26 - $66
(one dollar from every ticket sold goes
directly to The Food Bank of Waterloo Region)
Friday, March 23, 2018
Doors Open: 8:30 PM
Show Time: 9:00 PM