Jerry Lewis Tickets
Jerry Lewis is a singer, comedian, actor, screenwriter and film producer belonging to Newark, New Jersey. Lewis was born and raised in a Russian Jewish family to a piano playing mom and vaudeville entertainer dad. At the age of five he gave his very first performance and then continued to perform side by side his parents at Catskill Mountains, New Jersey. Over the years he has evolved as a singer and a performer and is today considered as one of the legends of his era. To attend his upcoming show grab cheap Jerry Lewis tickets as soon as you can.
Jerry Lewis Schedule 2017-18
- Stagecoach Music Festival - 3 Day Pass, Empire Polo Field, tickets for 04/28 TBA at Empire Polo Field, Indio, CA
- Fri Apr 28 2017
- Jerry Lee Lewis, B.B. King Blues Club & Grill - New York, tickets for 06/23 20:00 at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill - New York, New York, NY
- Fri Jun 23 2017
Jerry Lewis completed his graduation from Irvington High School. He took his chances in the army but during World War II was rejected because of murmur in his heart. In his early years in music industry, Lewis gained fame by performing with legendary artist Dean Martin. He was part of the comedy team named Martin and Lewis. They were considered as unique comedians and were famous for their witty comedy during the 40’s. Their skits were never planned and wholly relied on their interaction and coordination, which was better than any planned performance. They gained a huge fan base because of that.
Jerry Lewis and Martin started to make appearances on a number of shows over the television such as the Ed Sullivan Show, Welcome Aboard and The Colgate Comedy Hour. They were ensemble players in "My Friend Irma" in 1949 and also were a part of "My Friend Irma Goes West." They appeared in about fourteen Paramount titles in the coming years, the last appearance was in 1956 in "Hollywood or Bust." 1960 onwards the duo broke up and embarked on their respective to-be-successful solo careers. Although the two were at occasions seen in different live shows, they didn’t perform together for a long time. In 1980, when Martin’s son passed away, the two reconciled and made appearance at Las Vegas show where Lewis sang Dean a birthday song. In 1995, when Martin died, Lewis published a book titled "Dean & Me (A Love Story)." In the book he wrote all about their kinship and years together as performers.
Jerry Lewis embarked on a solo career in the 60s. He continued collaboration with Paramount Pictures and found great fame through his comic named "The Delicate Delinquent." In 60s when he was done with the Wallis contract, he started shooting a film with Paramount. His routine got very busy and in the mornings he would shoot the movie scenes and in the evening would perform live at hotels. The Bellboy came out later that year and was followed by The Ladies Man in 1961. He directed and co-wrote several other productions with Richmond as well. Famous productions include "The Patsy," "The Errand Boy" and "The Nutty Professor."
Apart from his film and television appearances, Jerry Lewis has also performed in musicals and live shows. He starred in 1976’s Helizapoppin’. His Broadway debut was in Damn Yankees, a baseball musical that was choreographed by Rob Marshall. In the recent decades Lewis has appeared on and off over the television. Apart from his fame in native land, he is very famous all over Europe and a number of French critics appreciate his humor and work. He was awarded Legion d’honneur Award by the French minister. The name means "the favorite clown of French nation." Lewis signed contract with Capital Films and Artificial Intelligence Entertainment for remaking of his films from the 60s Cinderfella, The Bellboy and The Family Jews.
Jerry Lewis’ musical version of "The Nutty Professor" ran for pre-Broadway tryouts for seven weeks until it opened finally. Jerry Lewis is still performing in several shows and brings his comedy to a live setup every now and then. If you wish to attend a show by this legendary star, you can do so by securing Jerry Lewis tickets .
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