Comedian & KY Native Hal Sparks Performing In Lexington

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 8/03/2012 7:47 pm
Famed Comedian, Actor and Musician Hal Sparks is back in his native Kentucky.

He took center stage at 'Comedy Off Broadway' in Lexington Thursday night.

Sparks will also perform 2 shows on Friday evening and Saturday night.

He stopped by the ABC 36 studios to talk about the performances.

Sparks grew up in Peaks Mill and says, "If I don't perform in Kentucky within driving distance of my mother's house at least once a year, I will have hell to pay."

Fans know Sparks from hit movies like 'Dude, Where's My Car' and 'Spiderman 2'.

When it comes to his stand up performances, Sparks says he's constantly changing his material.

He says, "Stand up is cultural and social as opposed to political or topical. Everything is about how we live."

Central Kentuckians can check out Sparks Friday and Saturday nights at 7:15 and 9:45.

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