Craig Ferguson

July 5, 2010 by Post Team 

Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson: Craig Ferguson Scottish-American comedian and host of CBS ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, “brings his performance up to the Palace Theatre in Stamford Wednesday.

After taking over for Craig Kilborn on “The Late Late Show,” Ferguson said rave reviews for his improvised monologues – monologues written by avoiding most of the night armies – with their vivid storytelling skills and interaction with your audience.

In 2007, Ferguson had overcome Conan O’Brien in the ratings and, in 2009, beat Jimmy Fallon, too.

Before taking the reins of “The Late Late Show, Ferguson made a career in television and film, having played Mr. Wick” The Drew Carey Show “and starred in such films as” The Big Tease, “” Saving Grace “and” I’ll Be There. ” He also wrote a novel, “Between the Bridge and the River,” in 2006.

Ferguson, who is British born, tried and received U.S. citizenship in 2008. There are rumors that is being used to replace David Letterman when the “Late Night” host retires.

The Palace Theatre is at 61 Atlantic St. Stamford. Wednesday, 8 p.m. $ 38 – $ 98. 203-325-4466,

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