January 02

Brandon Broady

Brandon Broady

The best word to describe Broady is VERSATILE. Since he can remember, he’s always been drawn to the world of entertainment. Growing up in Silver Spring, MD, Broady loved being the center of attention and humoring others. He was named “Biggest Comedian” by the Senior Class of 2004 at Springbrook High School. Making others laugh, came natural to him. Upon graduating college with degrees in Film and Acting, Broady became a radio personality at WPGC FM in D.C. In 2010, Broady decided to take his career to the next level and moved to Los Angeles, CA where he’d pursue acting and comedy and begin developing song parodies under the monicker "Para-Deez". Since then, Broady has been touring with Donnell Rawlings, appeared on "We Got Next", numerous BET shows including 106 and Park, and Produced the first season of Tru TV's "Laff Tracks". Broady currently hosts "Crashletes" on Nickelodeon, is a cast member on All Def Digital, and hosts with Caffeine Studios. Look out for Brandon Broady... "He's on his grind son!

01/02/2022 7:00 PM

Door Time: 6:30 PM

Other Showtimes

LIVE from TruTV's Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks, BET's "The Xperiment"/"106 and Park" and Nickelodeon's "Crashletes"

Admission is 21 and Over Unless Accompanied By Parent Before 9PM - 21 and Older Only After 9PM.

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The best word to describe Broady is VERSATILE. Since he can remember, he’s always been drawn to the world of entertainment. Growing up in Silver Spring, MD, Broady loved being the center of attention and humoring others. He was named “Biggest Comedian” by the Senior Class of 2004 at Springbrook High School. Making others laugh, came natural to him. Upon graduating college with degrees in Film and Acting, Broady became a radio personality at WPGC FM in D.C. In 2010, Broady decided to take his career to the next level and moved to Los Angeles, CA where he’d pursue acting and comedy and begin developing song parodies under the monicker "Para-Deez". Since then, Broady has been touring with Donnell Rawlings, appeared on "We Got Next", numerous BET shows including 106 and Park, and Produced the first season of Tru TV's "Laff Tracks". Broady currently hosts "Crashletes" on Nickelodeon, is a cast member on All Def Digital, and hosts with Caffeine Studios. Look out for Brandon Broady... "He's on his grind son!