Bil Dwyer and Eljaye this Friday at Lovitz

Don’t miss this one!  We have been given a limited number of tickets for this Friday’s 7:45 pm show with Bil Dwyer and Eljaye at The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club – Citywalk.  Avoid the $15 online/door charge by RSVP’ing now to get on the guest list for what promises to be a hilarious show!  Just go to and click RSVP at the top of the site!  Start your weekend off with a laugh!  It’s Eljaye’s Birthday, so come on down and enjoy the show and wish him a happy birthday!  Bio’s below…

Hailing from Chicago, IL, Bil Dwyer, like many hearty Midwesterners, is a very private person and likes to keep things to himself. Unlike many hearty Midwesterners, he is forced to compose bios of himself written in the third person. Bil’s career has covered many facets of show business, from performing to writing to commercial voiceover work.

Bil is an accomplished standup comic, who has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, and his very own half hour standup special, Comedy Central Presents: Bil Dwyer. His takes on marriage, kids and family are hip and sardonic, and yet beneath lies a certain odd sweetness.

Bil has hosted GSN’s I’ve Got a Secret, Comedy Central’s BattleBots, Fox Sports’ Ultimate Fan League, PAX-TV’s Dirty Rotten Cheaters, GSN’s Extreme Dodgeball and MTV’s The 70’s House (as mock game show host, Bert Van Styles).

Besides appearing on great television shows like The Larry Sanders Show and Ally McBeal, Bil has also been in such forgettable films as Ski School 2, The Bogus Witch Project, and What Planet are You From? Writing with sitcom star/television producer Christopher Titus, Bil co-created a show based on his stand-up comedy called Back After This for Sony Pictures Television.

A regular commentator on various cable shows, he is most often recognized for his work on VH1’s highly-rated I Love the… series. Bil was also seen as a finalist on Season 4 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and starred in Cartoon Network’s live action/animation hybrid series, Out of Jimmy’s Head. He currently recurs as Valerie Bertinelli’s ex-husband on the highly-rated TV Land sitcom, Hot in Cleveland.

Eljaye is one of the fastest rising comedians in America. His comedy career started at a very young age. Being class clown was both a blessing and a curse. Classmates loved him, teachers were annoyed by him, but good grades kept him out of any real trouble. As an adult, to hone his comedy skills, he enrolled at the world famous Second City in his home town of Chicago. Then, upon relocating to Los Angeles, he decided to take a stand up comedy class to improve his writing. Call it a “calling” or just a need to be the center of attention, but after his first 3 minutes of stand up, not only was the audience hooked, but so was he. Now, he’s a regular fixture at all the major clubs, not to mention every bowling alley, bar and coffee shop from here to Rancho Cucamonga.

From the moment he steps on stage, he commands the audience’s full and undivided attention. Built like a brick “you know what” house, he looks like he belongs more in an Ultimate Fighting ring than on a comedy stage. With the grace and precision of a dancer, every move is poetry in motion. Combine this with his razor sharp wit and rapid fire delivery, it’s no wonder why he is known as the ‘Action Figure’ of comedy.

Eljaye takes today’s buzz words/trends and gives them his own original comedic twist and makes audiences laugh at skewed current perceptions can be, while bringing out their commonalities at the same time. Whether he’s deconstructing racial and social stereotypes or acting like a kid (despite his size), Eljaye’s comedy always makes you think about your own views without being offensive….all while putting a smile on your face.

Career Highlights:

•    Appeared on “The Young and the Restless” soap opera
•    Toured with Mo’Nique
•    Opened for Sommore
•    Opened for Charlie Murphy
•    Opened for Tom Papa
•    Performed with such notables comedians as: Jamie Kaler (TBS’s My Boys, Blue Comedy Tour Rides Again);  Nick Swardson (Comedy Central, Don’t Mess With the Zohan, Grandma’s Boy); Bret Ernst (Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Comedy Tour); Darren Carter (BET, Comedy Central); Kyle Cease (10 Things I hate About You, Comedy Central); Damon Wayans (In Living Color, My Wife and Kids); Billy Gardell (Comedy Central, Everybody Loves Raymond); Gilbert Esquivel (Comedy Central); and Michael Richards (Seinfeld) note: BEFORE HE FLIPPED OUT!!!