Hailed as “the new Mr. Las Vegas” and “the Godfather of Comedy,” George Wallace is no stranger to Las Vegas or comedy. As a headliner at the
Las Vegas since 2004, Vegas loves Wallace – and vice versa – so much, that his contract was extended indefinitely. And now, everyone can catch Mr. Wallace performing his unique brand of humor inspired by everyday life night after night in the Flamingo showroom.
Wallace, who is on the Comedy Central’s list of the 100 Greatest Standups of All Time, started out in the joke business as a frequent comedy club standup in New York City, where he lived with close friend Jerry Seinfeld. In 1978, he moved to the West Coast and caught his big break as a writer for The Red Foxx Show.
In his show at the Flamingo, Wallace works the audience as he comments on media, relationships, and dialogue clichés. The crowd loves his famous “Yo Mama” and “I Be Thinkin” jokes, as well as his “People Say Stupid Things” bit, in which Wallace points out the stupidity of many popular phrases. Known as one of the few comics who can revitalize any audience, he also hands out prizes to audience members at every show.
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