After back-to-back sold out shows in February, Adam Sandler, one of the funniest and most successful men in film and television history, returns to The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino December 2 & 3 for two more nights of hilarity for the Here Comes The Funny Tour, presented by Netflix (Photo © Erik Kabik / www.ErikKabik.com).
He will be joined on stage by his famous friends Rob Schneider and Nick Swardson.
Adam Sandler got his onscreen start as a cast member of Saturday Night Live in 1991 and made a name for himself by performing original songs such as “The Thanksgiving Song” and “The Chanukah Song” and for the iconic characters: Cajun Man, Opera Man and Canteen Boy. After years of television success, he transitioned into film and starred in comedy classics such as Happy Gilmore, The Wedding Singer, Big Daddy, 50 First Dates, Grown Ups and many more. Sandler has also received critical praise for his roles in dramatic films Punch-Drunk Love, Spanglish, Reign Over Me and Funny People. To date, he has starred in or produced over 40 films that have grossed more than $4 billion at the box office. Sandler most recently produced his first film for Netflix, The Ridiculous 6, and stars in the The Do-Over, which premiered on Netflix in May 2016.
Rob Schneider also received his start as a writer and cast member on Saturday Night Live, where he remained for five years. After his run on SNL, he played a series of supporting film roles and eventually starred in the film Deuce Bigalow. Schneider has also starred in The Animal, Hot Chick, The Benchwarmers and a sequel to the Deuce Bigalow story: Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo. Schneider has also appeared in numerous comedies starring his SNL comrade Adam Sandler, most often portraying quirky and memorable characters with hilarious catch phrases. Schneider starred alongside Adam Sandler in The Ridiculous 6 and his comedy series Real Rob, both currently on Netflix.
Nick Swardson gained massive popularity for his roller skating role of Terry Bernadino on Reno 911! After becoming a reoccurring character and fan favorite over the course of five years, he began working with Adam Sandler and went on to co-write Grandma’s Boy with the actor. His sketch comedy show Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time premiered in 2010 and ran for a successful two seasons. In 2011, Swardson co-wrote and co-produced Bucky Larson – Born To Be a Star, which was produced by Happy Madison Productions. He most recently appeared in Netflix’s The Do-Over.
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