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Age Requirement: 21 to drink, but only 18 to laugh! Under 18 with parent or guardian. You may call the reservation line to inquire about the appropriateness of shows for those under 18, but please remember that this is a live performance and adult topics and language are likely to occur. 281-481-1188
Wiley Edwards is a native of Southwest Houston, Texas. He attended Anderson Elementary, Fondren Middle School, Westbury High & Texas Southern University For Business Management. It was at Fondren where most of his silliness began. Wiley was always the outspoken, popular kid, who loved to have fun. As a sophomore and junior in high school, he participated in Junior Varsity Basketball, Auto Mechanics and Dance. Even then, Wiley was an all-around entertainer. He performed in school plays, shows, pep rallies and participated in athletics—all, while maintaining a more than respectable grade point average. In his senior year, Wiley was voted” Best Dancer”, “Mr. Westbury” and “The Funniest Classmate”. After high school, he attended Texas Southern University for two and half years; where he studied business management. Subsequently, while studying at TSU he started his own company and went into the Tow Truck Business. As faith would have it, there was an Open Mic night at Sherlocks In River Oaks (a local bar) in Houston Texas. Wiley decided to try his hand at comedy. The Old People went wild. He secretly began doing standup on different nights at the Improv and small local clubs. He was the guy everyone loved. All was going well when one night, while towing an illegally parked car, Wiley was shot at multiple times. The entire incident was caught on tape and featured on TruTV’s “Most Daring” reality show and still can be Viewed on YouTube as the incident went Viral. He was not struck, but that incident led to a pivotal life decision. Wiley moved to Los Angeles, California. Wiley’s career has taken off. As a result of his weekly performances in all the HOLLYWOOD comedy clubs throughout Los Angeles, he’s also a paid Regular at The World Famous Laugh Factory In The Heart Of Hollywood. Throughout his brief career, one of his most rewarding accomplishments was landing his first major role as a drug dealer in the motion picture “Muse”. He has appeared on CBS, TV ONE, BET, and NBC. Wiley has made guest appearances Kevin Harts, “Real Husband of Hollywood”, Belle’s, NBC About A Boy. His film credits includes A Cameo In The #1 Ranking Stand Up Movie In The World, Kevin Harts “Let Me Explain”.