Wednesday, May 15 at 8 p.m.
Scott “Carrot Top” Thompson has been making audiences around the world laugh for more than three decades. Since his debut on Star Search more than 25 years ago, Carrot Top has soared to success and become one of the most recognizable entertainers in the world. Since 2005, fans have flocked to his Las Vegas headlining residency at Luxor Hotel and Casino to see comedy’s King of Props induce sidesplitting laughter with his unique take on pop culture, music and headlines of the day.
The trademark red locks and the undeniably inventive use of props have vaulted Carrot Top to the level that most comedians can only hope to reach “Nobody can steal my act,” said Carrot Top, who constantly channels his creative genius to invent new props. With a dozen trunks filled with approximately 200 props on stage each night, audience members can count on not seeing the same show twice. “I love creating props that are relevant to whatever’s current—from a news headline to a song I heard on the radio.”
Carrot Top’s first television appearance was on Comic Strip Live in 1991. Things changed forever in 1992 with Carrot Top’s first appearance on The Tonight Show. That appearance showed his unique brand of comedy to every home in America. After an impressive 31 appearances, Carrot Top had the distinct honor of appearing on the very last episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Carrot Top has appeared on hundreds of television programs including: Live with Regis and Kelly, Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Late Night With Conan O’Brien, Last Comic Standing, Family Guy, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, ESPN commercials, and many more.
Carrot Top also starred in his own movies Chairman of the Board and Dennis the Menace Strikes Again. Most recently, he appeared in Sharknado: The 4th Awakens, The Hangover, and the Trailer Park Boys’ film Swearnet: The Movie.
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