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The Hit Man Of Hilarity Delivers The Big Laughs

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Angelo Tsarouchas (Canada)

The Hit Man Of Hilarity Delivers The Big Laughs

Canadian-born Greek man Angelo Tsarouchas is a heavyweight comedian who whose classic knockout punch lines will give Auckland audiences one big night of comedy at Sky City Theatre on April 19.

A stand up comic for over 15 years, Angelo considers his ability to find the humour in real life situations a critical component of his own brand of comedy. His style is both outrageous and observational. It’s the world the way he sees it - unapologetic, not always politically correct, but very, very funny.

Angelo has taken his ‘in-your face’ stand-up style to venues all over the world, and festivals such as Montreal’s Just For Laughs, the Edinburgh Fringe and the UK’s Paramount Comedy Festival.

Dubbed ‘the hit man of hilarity’ Angelo exudes star power. His trademark mobster resemblance, burly size and no holds barred attitude have put him in high demand on the global comedy circuit as well as in television and film.

Angelo’s acting resume is highlighted with feature films. He has worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood including Denzel Washington, Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro, Marlon Brando, Sylvester Stallone, Chris Rock and Australasia’s own Russell Crowe.

In 2006 Angelo opened for the sell-out NZ seasons of international standup comedian Russell Peters. He returns to Auckland in 2008 to give audiences their first chance to see his full length show.

Angelo is easy to love and impossible to ignore. So don’t even try. Join in and welcome to New Zealand one of Canada’s most hilarious funnymen.

“Non-stop laughs at a rapid pace – very, very funny” - Time Out London
“Somewhere Zeus and Apollo are laughing” - New York Times
Angelo Tsarouchas performs:

Saturday April 19th, 6.45pm
SKYCITY Theatre (Corner Wellesley & Hobson Street), Auckland
Tickets: Adults $49.90 groups 8 or more $45.00 (service fees may apply)
Booking @ Ticketek 0800 ticketek ( 0800 842538)

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