Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Joel McHale at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Sat Oct 9

Joel McHale is the star of NBC comedy series, Community, where he plays a lawyer forced to go back to community college after his undergraduate degree is declared invalid. While there, he forms a study group with other misfit students including Chevy Chase.

Joel also stars opposite Matt Damon in Steven Soderbergh’s comedic thriller, The Informant, playing an FBI agent working with agri-business insider Mark Whitacre (Damon) to stop a price-fixing scam.

Many know Joel from E!’s “The Soup,” a weekly entertainment show which satirizes pop culture and current events. Joel’s quick wit and sharp comedic timing have made “The Soup” a pop culture phenomenon, and Joel has been touring the country to sold out audiences with his stand-up act.

Born in Rome and raised in Seattle, Washington, Joel was a history major at the University of Washington where he also was a member of their championship football team. In addition, Joel received his Master’s of Fine Arts from UW’s Actor’s Training Program. After moving to LA, McHale landed roles on “Will & Grace”, “CSI: Miami” and “Pushing Daisies.” He also jumped onto the big screen with roles in Spider-man 2 and Lords of Dogtown.

Joel McHale will be at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on Saturday, October 9th at 7:00pm.

Tickets for Reserved Seating are $64.75 and $45.75.

Tickets are on sale this Friday, August 20th at 10am at LiveNation.com, the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Box Office, or charge by phone at (800) 745-3000.

For more information visit www.joelmchaleonline.com.

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