Funnyman Drew Carey became one of the most recognizable faces on television as the host of two long-running hits on ABC – “The Drew Carey Show” and “Whose Line is it Anyway?” Carey got his start in stand-up comedy in 1985 and credits a 1991 appearance on “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson” for launching his career. After earning his stripes as a sitcom writer, Carey developed his own comedy in the Cleveland-set “The Drew Carey Show” in 1995. The highly-rated sitcom ran until 2004. In 1998, Carey was tapped to host the American version of the British improv show “Whose Line is it Anyway?,” which lasted until 2006. Since then, Carey has starred in and developed “Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show” for The WB and Comedy Central and “Drew Carey’s Sporting Adventures” on the Travel Channel.
In 2007, Carey announced that will take over for the retiring Bob Barker as the new host of “The Price is Right.”
As the founder of the Improv All-Stars comedy group, Drew Carey knows how to make any situation funny. TSE can help you negotiate a Drew Carey endorsement or Drew Carey speaker engagement that will bring down the house.
**Drew Carey Speaker**
The topics at a Drew Carey speaker appearance could cover everything from his television career and autobiography “Dirty Jokes and Beer: Stories of the Unrefined” to his charity work for the Ohio Library Foundation to his side job as a press photographer for the U.S. National Soccer Team. No matter the topic, a Drew Carey speaker engagement will be an entertaining experience.
**Drew Carey Appearance**
A Drew Carey appearance always includes his trademark black-rimmed glasses and crew cut, a callback to his days with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves. With a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and two People’s Choice awards to his credit, fans always eagerly anticipate a Drew Carey appearance.
**Drew Carey Endorsement**
Drew Carey endorsements include A&W Restaurants, The Sims computer game and the Cleveland Indians, who immortalized Carey as a bobblehead figure. By the end of “The Drew Carey Show,” Carey made $750,000 an episode, proving that any Drew Carey endorsement is big business.
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