The crowd is guaranteed a hilarious act, filled with complete improvisation and audience participation, with viewers calling out suggestions for the duo’s spontaneous show, and even being invited onto the stage.
Beginning his comical career in 1986 with guest appearances on L.A. Law, Sherwood made regular appearances on Whose Line Is It Anyway? in 1992, and on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He also became a commentator for the VH1 television network. In 1994, his role on the sketch-comedy series “The Newz” escalated his career, leading him to begin stand-up comedy tours in the early 2000s.
Mochrie’s comedic journey started as a member of the Vancouver TheatreSports League in 1980, eventually relocating to Toronto to work for the comedy troupe, The Second City. His career quickly ascended when he joined, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, being an original member of the UK cast until its end in 1989. He then joined the U.S. cast, and has made many appearances performing on stage and in television and films, like The Campbells, The Real Blonde and The January Man since the show’s end.