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Improv, singing and dancing come with Wayne Brady's Las Vegas show

Wayne Brady got his start with game shows when he hosted "Let's Make a Deal" at the Tropicana in 2009

Let’s make a deal. Wayne Brady has to give some credit to Las Vegas for his career as a game show host. After all, it started there in 2009 when he hosted “Let’s Make a Deal” while it filmed at the Tropicana.

Now Brady brings his quick wit and improv style to the Mirage on Saturday, July 11.

The comedian’s career really took off in 1998 when he appeared on “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” and earned an Emmy in 2003 for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety, Musical or Comedy Series.

Now Brady competes with his former “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” co-star Drew Carey, who hosts “The Price Is Right” now.

Brady brings a lot of those skills that he honed on the show to his live act. Improvising skits, singing and dancing are just some of the bits the audience can anticipate.

Over the years, Brady has appeared on “Don’t Forget the Lyrics,” “How I Met Your Mother” and a kaleidoscope of other shows since he moved to Los Angeles in 1996 to become an actor.

Tickets start at $39.99.

Tickets: Mirage, (702) 792-7777

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