For three decades, Todd Rexx aka T-Rexx, has been a natural who quickly wins over any audience with his cunning wit, over the top impersonations and brilliant crowd interaction. Born in Long Branch, New Jersey, Todd was adopted at birth by a loving caucasian couple and immediately scurried to his new home in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, a multicultural artsy suburb of Cleveland. There he attended different schools and at each one, to the dismay of his parents, quickly established himself as the "class clown." When Todd was ten, he and his family moved to Silver Spring, Maryland, where he continued to “bless” classrooms with impersonations, sound effects, jokes, and comedic antics that not only classmates would laugh at, but teachers and staff as well. His classroom comedy continued through junior high, high school, and two years of junior college (basically 13th grade) where he studied television production. In 1992, after encouragement from friends and family, Todd finally brought his talents to the stage at The Comedy Café in Washington, D.C., and hasn’t looked back since. Todd prides himself with being able to connect with any audience presented to him. His multi-cultural background enables him to transcend barriers and truly entertain all.
He has worked with Jerry Seinfeld, David Allen Grier, Dave Attell, Jeffery Ross, Ray Romano, Chris Rock, Bernie Mac, Russell Peters, Dave Chappelle, Craig Robinson and Bill Burr. His comedic pursuits landed him his own headline gig, “The Todd Rexx Show” at the world famous Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, NV. In 2019, Todd filmed his one hour special, "Beautiful Mess", produced by Craig Robinson and Bill Burr, distributed by All Things Comedy and is currently streaming on Amazon Prime. Todd’s talents have not been limited to live performances, however. Todd has made numerous television appearances, including BET’s Comic View (1994-2005), Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1995), HBO’s Def Comedy Jam All-Stars, Comedy Factory (Netherlands), Raymond is Late (Netherlands), Rumbles (HDNet), Baggin’ (VH1). He has also appeared in such films as Premonitions (Latte Stone Films), NTV (Grifftyme Productions), I’ll Be Back (DeVry institute industrial film from Hope Productions), Love Jones (Newline Cinema), For the Love of Money (Pee-Air Productions), The Fear Chamber (Night Light Films). If you get the chance to see him live, do yourself a favor and do so.
2 item (food/beverage) minimum per person
All seating is first come first serve, therefore we cannot guarantee seating together. Groups need to be particularly aware of this.
We recommend arriving at least 30 minutes to an hour prior to show time for better seat selection.
Doors close 30 minutes after showtime.
Tickets are available at the door UNLESS tickets have sold out.
18+ for early shows (before 9pm). 21+ for late shows (18+ with guardian)
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