TGR: Congratulations to Larry Lancaster: Baltimore Comedian Hosts at The Apollo

By Doni Glover, Publisher

(BALTIMORE – January 15, 2017) – I have to take a moment to congratulate fellow Baltimorean Larry Lancaster. Last Thursday, he hosted a show at the famed Apollo Theatre in Harlem. That was huge!

For years, Lancaster has been practicing his craft of making people laugh. Even more, he is a serious student of the industry and is consequently always working to improve himself.

To say the least, I am so very proud of this recent accomplishment and pray that his star goes even higher. He is a reminder of what hard work and consistency can do for most anyone.

Keep doing what you are doing, Larry! It’s obviously working!

Who is Larry?

Comedian, Actor and Model, Larry Lancaster is one of the most dynamic, young personalities in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area.  BET’s Man on the Street is known for his political commentary and wittiness on issues related to race, culture and class. He connects with his audience with quick wit and improvisational skills that are nothing less than brilliant. This seasoned, charismatic, comedian provides a thought provoking unique blend of humor that appeals to a diverse audience.

His gifted comedic routine and fast-paced humor is comprised of poignant social commentary and is a wonderful insight into the workings of a man’s mind and life experiences.

Larry is an accomplished theatrical performer who’s swagger and good looks compliment his ability to say something hilarious to a group of strangers and make them all laugh hysterically in unison.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland – Larry was raised in the southeast area of the city. He graduated from Carver High School then served in the US armed forces. He worked several years in a Maryland Correctional facility – until he could no longer deny his natural calling and began his comedic career.

Larry Lancaster’s accomplishments include appearances on The Apollo, BET Comicview, national television commercials, clubs, theaters, colleges and churches throughout the East, West and Southeast Coasts.

He has opened for Mike Epps, Paul Mooney, Bruce Bruce, Rodney Perry, Cedric The Entertainer, Eddie Griffin, Tony Rock, Sommore, Tracey Morgan,  Musiq Soulchild, Chrisette Michelle, The Manhattan’s and  The Temptations, to name a few.