Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood are the undisputed King and King of interactive improv comedy. The duo's act is always completely unpredictable and utterly hilarious. Currently touring North America, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood tickets are available to buy at StubHub for a gig near you soon.
All about Colin Mochrie
Scottish-born Canadian comedian Colin Mochrie has been around the block a few times but is currently, many may argue, at the top of his game. Mochrie's biggest break came when he auditioned for the hit UK show Whose Line Is It Anyway?, a groundbreaking improv comedy show that ran for over a decade from the late 80s. Colin was a main feature on the show and followed it to the US when it began being produced there in 2000.
Since then Colin Mochrie has hosted the hilarious Wild Survival Guide on Animal Planet and has made guest and cameo appearance on countless Canadian TV shows. In 2005 he hosted the Canadian quiz show Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? In more recent years Colin has been a cast member on Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza and Trust Us with Your Life before appearing in the US Whose Line Is It Anyway? reboot in 2013. In 2013 he also won 'Canadian Comedy Person of the Year' at the Canadian Comedy Awards. Having met Brad Sherwood back in the nineties they decided to take their hilarious interactive improv on tour and have been working as a duo ever since.
All about Brad Sherwood
Chicago-born Brad Sherwood is a hugely talented improv comedian and actor. His early lie on stage started a thirst for improvisational comedy and led him to star in the UK version of Whose Line is it Anyway? for three seasons. It was here that he met comic Colin Mochrie. When the show ceased to be broadcast in the UK he followed it back this home country where he performed on all seven seasons. Since then Brad has starred in a number of US shows, including stints as host on The Dating Game, Talk Soup and The Big Moment. He has also performed on Drew Carey's Green Screen Show, Drew Carey's Improv-A-Ganza and Drew Carey's Live Show. He re-joined the team for the 2013 reboot of US Whose Line Is It Anyway? before pairing up with Colin Mochrie to deliver live stage shows. The pair perform some of the most off-beat, abstract and downright hilarious material likely to be seen on stage.