From MTV’s Girl Code & Guy Code: Jamie Lee & Andrew Schulz

From MTV’s Girl Code & Guy Code: Jamie Lee & Andrew Schulz

Performing: 10/02/2015 - Buy Tickets

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The Wilbur
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From MTV’s Girl Code & Guy Code: Jamie Lee & Andrew Schulz come to The Wilbur

WHAT: On Friday, October 2nd, 2015, Jamie Lee and Andrew Schulz are coming to The Wilbur in Boston’s historic Theatre District.

Jamie Lee

Named one of the “Top Five Comedians Who Should Be Movie Stars” by Nerve and one of the “Top 18 Women You Should Be Following On Twitter” by Huffington Post, Jamie Lee is an unstoppable force in the funny biz.

Lee was a semi-finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” co-hosted the first annual Critics Choice Awards for Vh1.com and continues to appear on Vh1 talking head shows such as “Undateable” and “Greatest Songs of the 00s.” Jamie also recently appeared on TV Guide’s “Stand Up In Stilettos”.

Most recently, Jamie wrote for the TBS pilot “The Midnight Show with Pete Holmes”. Her writing has been published in Life & Style Magazine and Marie Claire. Jamie previously wrote for Rob Dyrdek’s MTV series “Ridiculousness.” In addition, Lee maintains a hilarious blog called http://old-kids.com.

Lee’s acting experience ranges from national commercials to video shorts for CollegeHumor.com. “Kid Farm,” a parody of TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting” that Lee created with Front Page Films, was featured on HuffingtonPost.com, ComedyCentral.com and BestWeekEver.tv – not to mention tweeted with praise by acclaimed screen writer Diablo Cody. It is now an original series on Comedy Central’s website CC Studios.

When she’s in New York City, Lee produces and hosts a live monthly comedy show in the East Village to benefit local animal rescue shelters Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition and Social Tees Animal Rescue called “Diamonds in the Fluff.”

Andrew Schulz

Native New Yorker Andrew Schulz likes laughs. Real, hard laughs. And this fall, the comedian — known for his hilariously edgy, street-smart, and unapologetic comedy — will deliver his due. Handpicked by MTV as their new tastemaker, Schulz will take over the small screen with five new shows for their network. He’ll be on the road for his accompanying stand-up tour. And as “one of the top five up-and-coming artists on Twitter”, there will be more than a few ways to get your fix.

The first of the five shows for MTV and MTV2 is “The Hook Up,” which will premiere on October 14. An updated take on “The Dating Game,” Schulz hosts the show, guiding contestants through confusing social media landscape that is the current dating scene. Next up, later this fall the show “Guy Court” will premiere, which he and his colleagues from the hit show “Guy Code” will prosecute (or defend) a guy by the official Laws of Manhood. Schulz will continue to write and appear on the 4th season of “Girl Code”.

“Jobs that Don’t Suck” is the fifth MTV installment for Schulz. Premiering in March 2014, the series is almost the antitheses of Mike Rowe’s “Dirty Jobs”. “Jobs that Don’t Suck” focuses on people who have found their dream jobs. Schulz will interview and participate in such jobs that don’t suck at the “professional pick up artist”, “snake-milker”, “super car test driver”, “airplane re-possessor”, and more.

In 2012, Schulz hosted the acclaimed European Movie Awards for MTV and has made appearances on MTV2’s “Hip Hop Squares”, MTV’s “Epic Fail,” MTV2’s “Wild N’ Out,” and the weekly web series “Whats Good.” His credits also include: VH1’s “Big Morning Buzz”, MTV2’s “The Week In Jams” and “Charlamagne and Friends”. As an actor, Schulz recently filmed the FX pilot, BRONX WARRANTS, and the indie film, VICTOR, opposite Jeremy Sisto and Tony Hale.

With his unique brand of humor, Schulz has established himself as a fixture in the New York comedy circuit. He regularly performs at the Comedy Cellar, Stand Up NY, The Comic Strip Live, Eastville Comedy Club, and Caroline’s on Broadway.

Schulz currently resides in NY.

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WHEN: Friday, October 2nd, 2015 – 7:30 PM

COST: $23.00

WHERE: The Wilbur | 246 Tremont Street | Boston, MA 02116 | 617.248.9700

TICKETS: Visit www.thewilbur.com, or call the box office at 617.248.9700

About The Wilbur:

Celebrating 100 years, The Wilbur, nestled in Boston’s historic Theatre District, is the premiere destination for comedy and music in Boston, MA. Built in 1914 by The Shubert Brothers, The Wilbur opened in 1915 and was named for The Shubert Theatre’s manager A.L. Wilbur. Recently revitalized by former Comedy Connection owner Bill Blumenreich in July of 2008, The Wilbur has become a first-class venue showcasing A-list comedians and musicians. A Comedy Central verified venue, the theater has attracted the best of the best in comedy including Aziz Ansari, Louis CK, Kevin Hart, Katt Williams and Jim Gaffigan. They also boast award-winning musicians from all genres such as Boyz II Men, Lauryn Hill, Lyle Lovitt and Smoky Robinson. Offering an intimate show setting, The Wilbur provides the perfect environment for enjoying comedy sensations and chart topping artists in the heart of Boston’s historic Theater District.
The Wilbur is located at 246 Tremont Street in Boston, MA. For more information, please visit www.thewilbur.com, or call 617.248.9700.
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