Mentalist brings his comedy power back to USU Eastern
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Coined the hilarious mind reader, Sean Bott returns to USU Eastern on Friday, Nov. 15 at 9 p.m. in the Geary Theatre. His show follows the The Real Inspector Hound production.
“You will laugh, you will gasp, you will love it,” reads his website. Refering to himself as a comedy mentalist, Bott grew-up in Saudi Arabia, where inhaling desert dust and scorching heat severely warped his brain.
He has entertained corporate audiences such as: 20th Century Fox, Disney and Pacific Steel. The LA Times describes Bott as “a crazy mix between Jack Black and Criss Angel. Amazing!” Corporate audiences love his blend of hilarious character and psychic entertainment.
Although most agree, his mental feats are awesome, it is his comedic timing, improvisational skill and his hilarious character-voices that wins audiences over.
Bott’s innovative and distinct comedy mind reading have gotten him featured on MTV, Sci-Fi and the CW. His film credits include Disney’s Guide to Life, the Sci-Fi Channel’s Dead Rail and 127 Hours with James Franco.
His fast-wit, wacky characters, and comedy improvisation make his comedy mentalism as addicting as some Peruvian coffees.
His performance is free to USU Eastern students. Come and enjoy a night of laughter and fun with Sean Bott as he astounds you with his abilities.