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Bill Engvall

Bill Engvall in Branson, MO
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Welk Resort Theatre

1984 Highway 165
Branson, MO 65616

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“Bill Engvall” is coming to Branson and bringing a load of signs...just in case! He’s the man who launched a hugely successful career from his suggestion that stupid people should be easily identifiable by wearing a sign that warns everyone of their shortcoming. For anyone who isn’t familiar with the masterful comedy routines of the hilarious “Bill Engvall,” his signature line ‘here’s your sign’ is his good-natured way of saying ‘duh’ when someone asks a question that has an obvious answer. The live album version of his act, Here’s Your Sign, stayed at #1 on Billboard’s Comedy Chart for 15 consecutive weeks, and quickly became a Platinum seller. He’s been part of the extremely successful tour group, the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, alongside fabulous funny men, Larry The Cable Guy, Ron White, and Jeff Foxworthy.

“Engvall” has also enjoyed a strong acting career, with roles in television sitcoms and movies, as well as big screen films. He’s worked with notable names in TV comedy like those Blue Collar guys, including a great role as Jeff Foxworthy’s friend in a sitcom; Rosie O’Donnell, Delta Burke, and even Rue McClanahan when he played the son to her legendary character, Blanche Devereaux, on Golden Palace. He starred in his own series on TBS, placed an impressive fourth on Dancing with the Stars - where he was a favorite with television audiences - and made numerous appearances on the biggest talk shows. Having been a stand-up comedian working clubs for years, following a brief stint in college where he was a frat boy - and where perfect ‘here’s your sign’ material was certainly gathered - it seemed only natural that he was named Best Male Stand-Up Comedian by the American Comedy Awards in 1992.

If side-splittin’ laughter is your cup of tea, make sure you reserve your seats for the sensational “Bill Engvall!” But act now because seats for “Bill Engvall” won’t stay empty for long!

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