ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Comedian George Wallace is putting on quite the show tomorrow night at the Lumiere Place Casino and Hotel.
George gets a laugh from his Twitter audience about one of his tweets about Trump.
By the age of six, George Wallace knew he wanted to be a comedian. He always enjoyed making people laugh, but he also knew the importance of an education. He attended the University of Akron, Ohio and upon graduating with degrees in Transportation, Marketing/Advertising, plus advance studies in Radio and Television from Columbia School of Broadcasting.
Literally, a rags-to-riches story, Wallace went from selling rags to VP of Advertising. Still, his dream of being a comedian had a strong hold on him. Within a week of leaving the advertising field, he began to perform stand-up comedy and was offered a job writing for ‘The Red Foxx Show.’
Wallace is currently pursuing dual coursework at University of Phoenix and DeVry.
With his writing and stand-up experience, Wallace began landing television appearances. His credits include:
• Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
• 4 Courses with JB Smoove
• Late Night with Seth Meyers
• Gotham Comedy Live!
• The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
• The Late Show with David Letterman
• Home and Family
• Late, Late Show
• Joy Behar Show
• The Talk
• The View
• The Arsenio Hall Show
• National Geographic`s – Brain Games
• Chelsea Lately
• Lopez Tonight
• Bill Bellamy`s Who`s Got Jokes?
• The Mo`Nique Show
• Comics Unleashed
• Hollywood Squares
• Rosie O`Donnell
• Entertainment Tonight
Wallace was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2013 Soul Train/Centric Comedy All-Star Awards; and won Best Stand Up Comedian at the prestigious American Comedy Awards after four consecutive nominations. As a veteran radio personality, he has also made appearances on ‘The Steve Harvey Morning Show’ and is a charter member of ‘The Tom Joyner Morning Show.’
Be sure to see George Wallace at the Lumiere Place Casino and Hotel tomorrow night.
Performing at Lumiere Place Casino & Hotel
7 p.m. & 9:30 p.m. Saturday, November 12th
General Admission $45