Tim Bagley Replaces Roger Bart in CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY at Feinstein's at the Nikko This Month

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Tim Bagley Replaces Roger Bart in CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY at Feinstein's at the Nikko This Month

Due to a scheduling conflict, Roger Bart will no longer be performing in CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY at Feinstein's at the Nikko on September 20 & 21. Acclaimed character actor, Tim Bagley ("Will and Grace," "Monk," "Knocked Up," "Web Therapy"), will be joining the cast.

In addition to Bagley, the cast for CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY includes actress and comedian Laraine Newman ("Saturday Night Live," "Despicable Me 2", "Wreck-It Ralph"), Emmy Award nominee and Drama Desk Award winner Eugene Pack (creator of Celebrity Autobiography) , Drama Desk Award winner Dayle Reyfel (co-creator of Celebrity Autobiography) and Emmy Award nominee Fred Willard ("Modern Family," "Waiting for Guffman," "Best in Show").

CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY is the international smash-hit comedy where outrageous and true celebrity memoirs are acted out live on-stage by some of the funniest people in show business. The show is an evening of jaw-dropping, hard-to-believe vignettes excerpted straight from published celebrity tell-alls: from the 'he-said, she-said' accounts of Burt and Loni, Tiger Woods' "golf lessons," the re-enactment of Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson's courtship, to a hilarious ensemble "playlet" edited together from the memoirs of the most famous love triangle in Hollywood history - Elizabeth Taylor, Debbie Reynolds, and Eddie Fisher. Audiences leave the show asking "Did these celebrities really write that?" Yup -- we are not making any of it up!

Tickets for CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY range in price from $35 - $50 and available now by calling 866.663.1063 or visiting www.ticketweb.com.

ABOUT TIM BAGLEY - Tim Bagley recently completed filming another season of "Web Therapy," opposite Lisa Kudrow, and is thrilled to have been a part of this series since 2008. Tim has guest starred, recurred, or been a series regular on countless television shows, and is probably most recognized for his work as Harold Krenshaw on "Monk," and Larry on "Will and Grace." Some recent television highlights include "The Comeback," "You're The Worst," "Teachers," "Young & Hungry," "Soul Man," "2 Broke Girls," "Kirstie," "Grimm," "Shameless," "Southland," "The League," and "Hot In Cleveland." On film he is probably most recognized for his role as Dr. Pellegrino in "This Is 40," and "Knocked Up." Other film highlights include "Finding Bliss," "Employee of the Month," "Accepted," "The Day After Tomorrow," "Happy Texas," and "The Mask." Look for him in the upcoming film, "Unpeacable," which just won "best drama" at the Sacramento Film Festival.

Tim Bagley is an alumnus of The Groundlings, (Winner of two LA Weekly awards). Tim has a new one person show called, "No Actors Allowed, which is currently playing at the Groundlings Theatre in Los Angeles. Tim's other one-person shows were both featured at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, "Clean Boy Dirty Stories," and "Happy Hour," (Winner of the Jury award.) Other theatrical highlights include, "Under My Skin" at The Pasadena Playhouse," the acclaimed "Underneath The Lintel" at Santa Barbara's Ensemble Theatre, Rogue Machine's "Four Places," (Winner of Drama Critics Circle, Garland, and Ovation awards), Odyssey Theatre's "The Receptionist," and the long running spoof, "Beverly Winwood Presents An Actor's Showcase," with Groundlings all-star alum. For more information, visit timbagley.com.

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