Fred Willard's MoHo Ho Ho's

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Fred Willard's MoHo Ho Ho's
Wednesday, December 03, 2014 8:00 PM
Second City Hollywood Studio Theater, Hollywood, CA
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Fred Willard's MoHo Ho Ho's

Extra Extra, MoHo's Take Hollywood will feature sketches about the good, the bad and the ugly truths of Hollywood.
Fred Willard:

Four time Emmy nominee Fred Willard, radiates a unique charm that has established him as one of our generation’s most gifted comic actors. A master of sketch comedy, Fred is most heralded for his quick wit and improvisational expertise which he has exemplified in over 100 appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

An alumnus of The Second City, Fred was a founding member of the classic improv group the Ace Trucking Company.  The Ace Trucking Company were regulars on The Tom Jones Show and opened for Tom Jones in Las Vegas.

Fred has appeared in over seventy films. Fred’s work in Waiting For Guffman earned him an American Comedy Award nod for Funniest Supporting Actor.  For his performance in Best in Show, he won the Boston Film Critics Award, the American Comedy Award, The Sierra Award and a tribute from AFI. Some of his other film work includes; This Is Spinal Tap, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration, the Academy Award nominated  Monster House, and the Academy Award winning short film, Ray’s Male Heterosexual Dance Hall.  Fred starred as the only human in the Academy Award winning film, WALL-E and was honored by AFI for contributing to America’s Cultural legacy. The New York Times named WALL-Ethe best film of the decade.

Fred has appeared in over a thousand TV episodes.  From Get Smart to his recent appearances on Modern Family.  He co-starred with Martin Mull in the cult classic,Fernwood 2 Night. He was a regular on Sirota’s Court, D.C. Follies (again the only human) Maybe It’s Me, A Minute with Stan Hooper, and Back To You. Fred garnered three Emmy nominations for his performance as Amy’s Dad on Everybody Loves Raymond.  For What’s Hot, What’s Not he received a daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Talk Show Host.   He received his fourth prime time Emmy nomination for his performance as Phil’s dad on ABC’s Emmy winner, Modern Family.

His recent TV work includes a turn as Santa Jack in The Closer, Raising Hope and Franklin and Bash. He appeared on Hot in Cleveland and as Phil’s dad on Modern Family. Fred and Mary run a weekly sketch writing workshop in Los Angeles, The MoHo Group. The MoHo’s appear monthly at the Second City Hollywood.