By Mark Chetcuti

One of the world’s most famous stand-up comedians, the iconic Louie Anderson will be taking center stage at The Living Arts Centre, Hammerson Hall on Friday February the 9th at 8:00 PM in Mississauga.

Louie Anderson starred in his own cartoon that aired on Fox during the 1990’s called Life with Louie and has been a host for the popular television game show titled Family Feud for several seasons. Louie has won three Emmy Awards for his work on television and Comedy Central named him One of the 100 Greatest Standup Comics of All Time.

Mr. Anderson has also published three bestselling books, which are titled, Dear Dad – Letters from an Adult Child; a humorous collection of letters between him and his father, a self-help book for those who suffer from self-esteem issues titled, Goodbye Jumbo… Hello Cruel World; The F Word – How to Survive Your Family and his latest book Hey Mom: Stories for My Mother, But You Can Read Them Too.

Louie made his national television debut on Johnny Carson’s The Tonight Show in 1984, which helped him gain international television coverage of his stand-up comedy material. Louie’s latest work has him alongside popular American actor Zach Galifianakis in the offbeat FX television comedy show titled Baskets, where Mr. Anderson plays the role of a middle-aged female. Anderson based the character on his mother and his sisters.

On February 9th Anderson brings his popular stand up comedy act to the Living Arts Centre, in Mississauga, Ontario.

Tickets can be purchased through the box office, or online at The Living Arts Centre website at:


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