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Pauly Shore - Stick With The Dancing

Pauly Shore

$25.00 +fee & tax
18 & up

Hyena's Fort Worth

425 Commerce

Fort Worth, TX 76102

Pauly Shore - Stick With The Dancing

Pauly Shore

Dec 15 - Buy FW Tickets for 7:00pm

Pauly Shore tasted super-stardom in 1990 when his precedent-setting MTV show "Totally Pauly" hit the airwaves to major fan approval. The show ran for six years, leading him to numerous television and film roles including the one-hour HBO television special, “Pauly Does Dallas” and starring in the films Encino Man, Son In Law, Jury Duty, In the Army Now, and Bio Dome.  

Pauly then went on to star and produce in his own projects including "Pauly Shore is Dead" for 20th Century Fox, which is now available on Amazon Prime. He also produced and starred in two comedy specials, "Vegas is My Oyster", and "Pauly-Tics", which are both now available on Amazon Prime. 

In 2014, Pauly released “Pauly Shore Stands Alone”, a true-life road documentary that follows him as he performs in obscure towns throughout Wisconsin while dealing with his personal life back home, which is also now on Amazon Prime. He is currently producing a six-part documentary series based on the original documentary "Pauly Shore Stands Alone". 

Additionally, Pauly recently debuted the video portion of his podcast "Pauly Shore Podcast Show", on Amazon and YouTube. Some of his guests include: Judd Apatow, Irving Azoff, Ziggy Marley and many, many more. His weekly podcast, “Random Rants”, is also available on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher. 

Pauly is currently shopping a historical documentary of his life spanning the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s about his life growing up at The Comedy Store in West Hollywood. He recently played Stephen Miller in a viral Funny or Die sketch that has over 2 million views and co-wrote in an original Funny or Die sketch, "Silver Lake Vice Squad" with Bobby Lee, Jay Mohr and Richard Schiff (The West Wing, Ballers). Pauly and comedian Faizon Love (Friday, Couples Retreat) currently star in a sketch titled “Bad Paramedics”.