Although he is best known for his tenure as a fan favorite on "MadTV," Bobby Lee's career in comedy began not on stage, but working odd jobs at the La Jolla Comedy Store in 1994. He eventually began performing at amateur nights and within a year was offered opportunities to share the stage with well-known comedians including Pauly Shore and Carlos Mencia. Known for his irreverent, wacky and all-around unconventional style of comedy, Lee became a regular performer at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles and joined the cast of the ultra-popular sketch comedy show "MadTV." For nearly a decade, he played recurring character favorites on the show including TV journalist Connie Chung, North Korean President Kim Jong-il, Hideki "The Average Asian" and even John McCain. Lee has also appeared in cult classic comedies including "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle," "Pineapple Express," "The Dictator" and many others.
Tickets to Bobby Lee's performances at The Stage at Santa Ana Star Casino range between $20 and $45 and can be purchased online at www.thestageatthestar.com. Attendees must be 21 years old or older. For more information, please call (505) 771-5680.
About Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel
Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel, located off Highway 550 at the Jemez Dam Road, is just minutes north of Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. It was the first Indian casino to operate in New Mexico, opening its doors in 1993. Santa Ana Star Casino Hotel is “New Mexico’s Best Bet!” The Star offers a Vegas-style casino experience with an infusion of New Mexican charm. Reflecting the cultural authenticity and timelessness of the great southwest, it is an easily accessible regional destination for entertainment, excitement and good, old-fashioned value.