Jeremy Piven is a television and film actor best known for his work on the HBO series ‘Entourage,’ for which he won a Golden Globe and three consecutive Emmy Awards as iconic talent agent Ari Gold. Earlier TV credits include ‘Seinfeld’ and ‘Ellen’ in the 1990s. Piven‘s early acting career includes improv and sketch comedy, and movie roles were mostly romantic comedies. As a stand-up comedian, Piven gets his inspiration from the greats – Richard Pryor, George Carlin, Lenny Bruce, and Dave Chappelle. He began his stand-up career performing at charities for his friends and soon found himself pairing up with some of the top comedians, notably Russell Peters.
Sunday, January 27
Doors 7:00 pm | Show 8:00 pm
Limited VIP Tickets (Includes post show meet n’ greet & photo op) $80 HERE
General Admission $45 HERE
*Must be 19+ w/ID for entry and bar service.
**Sorry, Rio Theatre Groupons and passes not accepted for this event.
Jeremy Piven was most recently seen as a series regular in the CBS television series ‘Wisdom of the Crowd.’ He was also recently seen as Harry Gordon Selfridge in the popular CBS series ‘Mr. Selfridge.’ Among his many notable roles, Piven is best known as movie agent Ari Gold in the hit HBO series ‘Entourage,’ which aired for eight seasons and won him three Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe. In 2015, Piven reprised the fan-favourite role in the ‘Entourage’ feature film. He was also seen in ‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill for’ from directors Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez. Jeremy’s extensive career in television also includes the satirical ‘The Larry Sanders Show.’ In film, he starred in Mark Pellington‘s drama ‘I Melt With You,’ Gaby Dellal‘s heart-wrenching ‘Angels Crest,’ Gary Felder‘s ‘Runaway Jury,’ Todd Philips‘ hit comedy ‘Old School,’ Ridley Scott‘s ‘Black Hawk Down,’ Peter Chelsom‘s ‘Serendipity,’ Cameron Crowe‘s ‘Singles,’ Brett Ratner‘s ‘The Family Man,’ Peter Berg‘s ‘Very Bad Things,’ Joe Carnahan‘s ‘Smokin’ Aces,’ Guy Ritchie‘s ‘Rocknrolla,’ and ‘The Player’ for Robert Altman. In 2005, Piven returned to his theatre roots starring in the off-Broadway fit ‘Fat Pig’ by Neil LaBute, for which he received a Distinguished Performance Honor from the Drama League. He also appeared as Bobby Gould on Broadway in ‘Speed The Plow.’
Official Site https://jeremy-piven.com/