Y’all ain’t got no idea ’bout what I’m sayin’ til y’all see this man on stage. Aries Spears is definitely one of the funniest comedian I’ve ever watched. He will make you laugh your rear off. Believe me! So let me hook y’all up with some information and share with y’all some awesome sketches.
Aries Spears was born on April 3, 1975. He is an American stand-up comedian, actor, voice artist, and comedian. Spears was a regular on Fox’s sketch comedy series MAD TV, appearing in 198 episodes, making him the second longest-serving cast member on the show falling behind Michael McDonald.Spears was born in New York, NY. His mother Doris Spears is a jazz singer. He moved to New Jersey at age 11 and attended Arthur M. Judd Elementary School. He became a comedian at 14, performing stand-up comedy in various comedy clubs in New York City. He was expelled for fighting during his sophomore year in North Brunswick Township High School in North Brunswick Township, at age 17 he started doing his own comedy routine around his hometown.He is well known for his impressions of celebrities, including rappers Jay-Z, LL Cool J, DMX, and Snoop Dogg and actors Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Sylvester Stallone, Denzel Washington, Eddie Murphy, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, as well as fellow comedian Paul Mooney.
I could be sharing with you a number of videos here because his impressions are really awesome. Watch him as Denzel Washington. Maybe this will work for you.
However what really catches my attention is his LINGUISTIC skills. He knows accents and he can jump in and out of contexts. Watch this video and see for yourself what I am talking about.
Have you ever tried to conquer a woman in English? Well, he will help you out. Make sure you pay attention to how he does and good luck…Maybe you will get lucky!!
Oh butcha can’t get enough of this talented comedian! He always got somn to crack me up! And as I was saying before his linguistic skills are on fleek. Watch Spears on African Men.
I simply love this comedian and before I log out of here, I would very much like to share this last video with y’all. The difference between White Families and Black Families (Stereotypical, but really funny!)
This material has been selected, adapted, analyzed, and put together by Rodrigo P. Honorato