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For the comedian who sold out Toronto's Air Canada Center with more than 30,000 tickets sold in two days, Russell Peter's 2010 "Green Card" tour promises to be as much, if not even more of a sell-out sensation.
In fact, his shows in Boston on the 21, 22 and 23 of April are sold out. He will play an additional show on the 24th of April before coming to DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC, where he will play on the 25th and the 27th of April. His tour then goes to Australia before he returns to the US in June to perform in Portland, OR, on the 10th, Seattle, WA, on the 12th, Minneapolis, MN, on the 17th and Chicago, IL, on the 19th.
This international super star of comedy has one of the most impressive resumes in the business. He has been in sitcoms ("Lord Have Mercy"), hosted his own BBC chat show ("Network East Late"), and has made several films, which include "Quarter Life Crisis," "My Baby's Daddy," and "Tiger Claws III."
Russell Peters' tours have sold out in China, South Africa, Australia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Jamaica, St. Maartens, Trinidad, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates. In 2007, he was the first North American to tour India.
Peters was born in Canada. Of his upbringing he says that he grew up 'brown' in a white society. He is Anglo-Indian, which Russell explains "are a community of Indians from India who mixed with the British when they occupied India. Both of my parents are Anglo-Indian and their parents were Anglo-Indians and so on."
Russell's quick wit combined with his ability to mimic accents enables him to create comedic material that touches on all races and cultures. He is able to bond with all of his audiences, regardless of their background. His DVD, "Outsourced," is testimony to his international appeal—it's gone platinum eleven times in his home country, Canada.
At 39 years old, Peters is rated No. 9 in Forbes Magazine's list of top-earning comics commanding upwards of $10 million per show. Peter's has also hosted Canada's Juno Awards in both 2008 and 2009.
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