BILOXI — The Beau Rivage is hosting a dynamic duo of top-notch comedians over the upcoming ten days.
Both Mike Epps and Marlon Wayans are headed to the Biloxi casino/resort this month, with Epps up first this week on Friday, Sept. 8th and Wayans will follow eight days later on Saturday, Sept. 16th.
Tickets for both shows can be purchased at The Beau Rivage Box Office and at Ticketmaster. Both shows start at 8 p.m., and you must be at least 21 years old to attend either or both shows.
Epps is a critically acclaimed stand-up comedian and actor. He played Day-Day Jones in “Next Friday” and its sequel, “Friday After Next”, and also appeared in “The Hangover” and “The Hangover Part III” as “Black Doug”. He was the voice of the main character Boog in Open Season 2, and he starred in the comedy Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins alongside Martin Lawrence playing “Reggie”, cousin of Roscoe (played by Lawrence).
The same year as he was featured in “Friday After Next” has was also a main character in “All About The Benjamins”.
He also has made appearances in numerous other movies and TV specials, and when Epps isn’t filming he is touring the country and performing his comedy show to packed arenas.
Wayans returns to Beau Rivage Theatre with his “Microphone Fiend” Tour eight days later.
Wayans is an actor, producer, comedian, writer and film director whose films have grossed more than $736 million in domestic box office and $1 billion in global box office sales. As a standup comedian, he is selling out nationwide and adding shows every weekend.
Wayans can currently be seen in Netflix’s “The Curse of Bridge Hollow” which he stars in and produced. The film debuted at No. 1 on the platform. He recently wrapped production on Ben Affleck’s Nike drama for Amazon Studios, Skydance Sports and Mandalay Pictures. Wayans gained rave reviews for his guest star role as Lou in “Bel-Air’s” finale episode.
Wayans is commonly recognized for his role as Marcus Copeland in the 2004 hit comedy “White Chicks,” opposite his brother Shawn Wayans, Jamie King and Terry Crews. He also starred alongside his brother and Regina Hall in horror comedy spoof films “Scary Movie” and “Scary Movie 2.”
Additionally, Wayans starred with Shawn Wayans on The WB’s “The Wayans Bros.” which was the highest rated comedy on the network and continues to air in syndication. He has appeared on several popular television programs, including Fox’s “In Living Color,” Adult Swim’s “Childrens Hospital,” and BET’s “Second Generation Wayans.”