Tommy Davidson Helps Boise's Liquid Laughs Celebrate Third Anniversary

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Birthdays and anniversaries are cause for celebration; even more so when both celebrators and celebratees receive a gift—especially if that gift is laughter.

To help celebrate Liquid Laughs' third anniversary as a full-time comedy club, actor-comedian Tommy Davidson will perform  Thursday, Dec. 11-Sunday, Dec. 14, with two shows on Dec. 12 and 13. Twenty percent of proceeds from the Dec. 11 show will benefit KIZN 92.3's Keep Kids Warm coat drive and fundraiser. 

Davidson was a cast member of the groundbreaking sketch-comedy TV show, In Living Color—which aired 1990-1994 on then-fledgling station Fox. Davidson's high energy and ability to embody a character (even one as ridiculous as Sweet Tooth Jones) provided some of the show's biggest laughs. In Living Color served as a launching pad for the likes of Davidson, Jim Carrey, Academy Award-winner Jamie Foxx, even Fly Girl Jennifer Lopez and, of course, brothers Damon and Keenen Wayans, who created, wrote and starred in the show. 

Davidson continues to act—he voices and portrays smooth-talker Cream Corn in the Black Dynamite animated series and 2009 live-action film—but if you haven't seen him do stand-up, this is your chance to see what a truly gifted comic Davidson is.

Tickets are $25 and are available at liquidboise.com.