Comedian/Actor Pierre Edwards to Release Book Detailing His Hilarious Experiences with 100 Celebrities
Author of ‘My 100 Homies and Phonies of Hollywood’ with forward by Paul Mooney will be performing at the Chicago Theatre TONIGHT on Martin Lawrence's 1st Amendment
Comedian Pierre is not only a accomplished comedian and talented actor, but he has worked along side some of the most talented actors in Hollywood and he has some hilarious experiences to share about them all. After years of sharing those stories both publicly on stage and privately among fans and friends, Pierre figured it was time to write a book.
Pierre is currently touring with the stage play Loving Him is Killing Me with Angie Stone, Ne Ne Leakes, Leon Robinson & Lenny Williams. Pierre has also done the stage plays Heaven I Need A Hug & Something She Can Feel.
Pierre has played Halle Berry’s boyfriend in B.A.P.’s, stole scenes in his scene stealing role opposite Bill Bellamy in How to be a Player, and he also starred opposite legendary comedic actor Leisle Nelsen as his partner in the movie 2001: A Space Travesty.
After a few small roles in The Wash and The Breaks he recently stepped out on his own, where he wrote, produced, directed and starred in the theatrical released urban classic For Da Love of Money, which has recently been airing on BET.
Pierre is fresh off his successful appearance on BET's Monique's show, where he also debuted his new TV sketch comedy show Skits O Frentic. Keeping his comedic chops sharp he tours with R&B acts Mary J Blige, Dru Hill, New Edition, Pattie LaBell, Frankie Beverly, etc.
The world first caught a glimpse of Pierre on the first year of HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, then he went on to do BET Comicview several times, along with every comedy show from Showtime at the Apollo, Martin Lawrence Presents and the late Nite TV Shows. You can catch him headlining the Improv Comedy Clubs, Carolines (NYC), the FunnyBone Comedy Clubs and many more. Recognizing their sacrifices, he loves to perform for the U.S. troops, also he’s performed in comedy festivals as far away as Japan, South Africa, Germany, Amsterdam, England, etc.