Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|What is the name of the improvisational show that Drew hosts?||Drew Carey
Whose Line is it Anyway? .
|What are the names of Drew's two brothers?||Drew Carey
|On what late night show did Drew get his 'big break'?||Drew Carey
Tonight Show. Johnny Carson asked him to come sit with him after Drew's stand-up. Carson rarely asked stand-up comedians to sit with him after their show.
Kent State. He attended college on and off for three years before dropping out.
Lewis Beulah . His mom's name in the show is the same as his real mom's name and his friend's name in the show is the same as his dad's name.
3. The first "live" show was in the 5th season and aired in the U.S. on November 10, 1999, titled, "Drew Live". "Drew Live II" was in the 6th season and was aired in the U.S. on November 8, 2000. The last and final "live" show, "Drew Live III", was during the 7th season and aired in the U.S. on November 14, 2001.
7. "The Drew Carey Show" was nominated in three categories in 1997, Outstanding Costume Design for a Series, (Julie Rhine), Outstanding Choreography, (Keith Young), and Outstanding Art Direction for a Series, (John Shaffner, Joe Stewart and Edward J. McDonald). In 1999, it was nominated for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, (Charles Nelson Reilly). In 2000, the nomination was for Outstanding Choreography, (Jerry Mitchell), and in 2001, it was nominated twice, once for Outstanding Multi-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series or a Special, (Klaus Landberg), and then another for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Series, (John Fuller).
4. Drew sings "Moon Over Parma", "High Hopes", "Kira" and "God Bless America". "Cleveland Rocks! Music From The Drew Carey Show" was released on the Rhino Records label in the U.S. on May 19, 1998. Other songs on this album are, "Cleveland Rocks", "Five O'Clock World", "What is Hip?", "Time Warp/Shake Your Groove Thing", "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet", "Free Ride", "Rocky Mountain Way", "Workin' in the Coal Mine", "Taste of Honey", "Now, Right Now", "Christmas Parodies", "Man a Woman" ("Un Homme et une Femme"), "40 Cubic Feet" and "Lust for Life". Drew also sung two songs on the soundtrack to "Geppetto" (2000), "Empty Heart" and "Once Upon a Time".
Home Improvement. Although Drew has appeared in all of the choices listed, Drew played the role of Seymour "Sy" Winterfleffin in an episode of "Home Improvement" titled, "Totally Tool Time" which aired in the U.S. on January 28, 1997.
1996. Drew won his first "People's Choice Award" in 1996 in the category, Favorite Male in a New Series for "The Drew Carey Show", (he tied with Jeff Foxworthy for "The Jeff Foxworthy Show"). Drew won two more "People's Choice Awards", one in 2000 and one in 2001, (Favorite Male Television Performer).
Unrefined. Drew's first book, ""Dirty Jokes and Beer: Stories of the Unrefined" was released in the U.S. in September 1997 and published by Hyperion Press. His second book, "Timewarped: Classic Moments and Hip Quips from the Cast of The Drew Carey Show", was released in the U.S. on May 30, 1998 by Andrews McMeel Publishing.
6664 Hollywood Blvd. Ozzie Nelson's star is located at 6555 Hollywood Blvd. Buck Owens' star is located at 6667 Hollywood Blvd and Bud Abbott's star is located at 6333 Hollywood Blvd.
Kent State University. After graduating from Rhodes High in Cleveland, Drew attended Kent State University. He was a devoted member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity but eventually dropped out in his junior year.
No. Lewis and Beulah Carey had three sons. Drew's brother Neal was born in 1946, his other brother, Roger, was born in 1952 and Drew was born in 1958.
May 23, 1958. Drew Allison Carey was born on May 23, 1958 in Cleveland, Ohio.