Special Event

Aries Spears

Fri, Jan 19, 2018
Sat, Jan 20, 2018
Special Event

Aries Spears

with Andy Steinberg

His quick wit, charisma and ferociously aggressive style of comedy have earned Aries Spears critical acclaim, high accolades, and above all, a busy schedule. As a principal cast member on Fox's hit sketch comedy show "Mad TV," Aries brought a fresh, hip style to the already-edgy program from the third through the tenth season. Some of the many recurring characters that Aries is famous for on the show include: Belma Buttons, Bill Cosby, Jesse Jackson, Mike Tyson, Walter (Crackheads), Reggie (Erascist), Dollar Bill Montgomery, Shaquille O'Neal, The Klumps, Michael Jackson, Sisqo, Evander Holyfield, El Diablo Negro and more.

Aries has also found great success in the world of feature films. He appeared in Out-of-Sync, and portrayed Red Foxx in Warner Bros.'s Why Do Fools Fall In Love. In addition, Aries starred alongside John Leguizamo in The Pest and delivered his most notable performance to date as Cuba Gooding, Jr.'s brother in Columbia's blockbuster hit Jerry Maguire. He appeared on Russell Simmons's "Def Comedy Jam" on HBO and "Showtime at the Apollo." After moving to LA, Aries quickly landed a recurring role on NBC's "A Different World," and was signed to a huge development deal at one of the major television studios.

Additionally, Aries has made appearances on many talk shows including: Loveline, Vibe, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Soul Train, and Late Friday. He has also lent his voice to an animated character on C-Bear and Jamal and had a recurring stint on Fox's The Best Damn Sports Show Period, where he created some of the show's funniest characters during his short time there. Aries is presently developing a feature project based on an original character that he created on Mad TV, as well as a thriller about a young black man immersed in hip-hop culture.

Andy Steinberg

Andy tours with Aries Spears and has opened for many other comics such as Doug Benson, Marc Maron and Dave Attell, do you find him any more credible? Andy has been invited to perform on multiple Odd Ball Comedy Festivals, including the "original" with Dave Chappelle. Credible yet?

If movies are important to you, Andy has an IMDB page for his work in a movie you have never heard of called "Green Guys," where he played card player #3. He was not integral to the movie but played a much more complex part than card player #4. Andy started his own production company, "Insignificant Industry Credits," as an homage to his career. Andy has also started a weekly podcast with Aries Spears about day-to-day life as a human.