Denis Leary: No Cure for Cancer (1993 TV Special)
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Sweet, but where’s The Lizard? And an official title. The film comes our way July 3rd, 2012. Thoughts?
His angry comedic style takes jabs at everyone from Hollywood's elite to common people in the news. Leary's Rescue Me Comedy Tour - inspired by the FX series of the same name in its fifth season - made a stop at the Seminole Hard Rock, Hollywood, Fl Sunday night.
He last toured in 1997 and stared in a smash hit one man show, No Cure For Cancer, which became the highest grossing comedy album of all time.
The 51-year old performed to a packed house along with comedians Adam Ferrara, Lenny Clarke and Mike DeStefano.
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