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Friday, October 27, 2000


During a recent episode of "Whose Line Is It Anyway,"
cast members, from left, Wayne Brady, Drew Carey and
Ryan Stiles serenaded a woman named Chrissy.

Comic schedules
Hawaii shows

Comedian Wayne Brady, star of the ABC television program "Whose Line Is It Anyway," comes to Honolulu in November for three performances at the Diamond Head Theatre.

Brady, who is known for his improvisational skills and impersonations, will do shows at 8 p.m. Nov. 16 through 18.

The Florida-born entertainer has appeared on the series "I'll Fly Away," "Night Court" and "In the Heat of the Night."

He hosted the VH-1 comedy series, "Vinyl Justice," KABC's "Countdown to the American Music Awards" and the PBS special "Safe Night."

Brady currently is starring in a television pilot, "The Wayne Brady Show."

And he has a Hawaii connection. He met his wife Mandie Taketa, a Castle High School grad, here.

Tickets, $30, are on sale at Ticket Plus outlets, or by calling 526-4400.

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