Amy Schumer Vancouver Tickets
Amy Schumer always possessed the ability to make people laugh. This is why she was named the class clown at her high school graduation and was considered a nightmare for teachers. But her amazing sense of humor would prove to be her ticket to success, as she decided to become a professional comedian. The going was very tough in the beginning but today, after a series of hit movies and her own television show, she is ranked among the best standup comics in the world. You can catch her live on stage as well. Just book your Amy Schumer Vancouver tickets and watch this hilarious artist, live at the Rogers Arena.
You can find funny people almost everywhere you go. But there is a distinct difference in having a sense of humor and being a professional comedian. While you might have the ability to make your friends and family members laugh uncontrollably, it is quite another thing to attempt to do the same in a hall full of people. One individual who seems to have a knack for this kind of business however, is the hottest new comic on the block, Amy Schumer.
Throw your head back
Schumer was born in 1981 and exhibited a great sense of humor ever since she was young. By the time she graduated from high school, she had been dubbed the class clown. She realized that she quite enjoyed the feeling of making other people laugh. So she decided to pursue it fulltime, starting with a performance in an off Broadway comedy play, called “Keeping Abreast.”
And laugh your heart out
Schumer’s career in film industry began with her debut movie “Sense Memory” in 2006. Her next role came over six years later, in the 2012 comedy “Sleepwalk with Me,” which was followed by “Price Check” and “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World” later that same year.
In 2015, Schumer released a self written movie called “Trainwreck” and saw it become a global hit. Now she is busy working on several more projects, but if you want to watch her for yourself, then here is your chance. Just book your Amy Schumer Vancouver tickets and enjoy her performance, live at the Rogers Arena.