Pauly Shore

Shore influenced the careers of up-and-coming comedians such as Robin Williams, Jay Leno, David Letterman, Chevy Chase, Jim Carrey, Chris Rock and Richard Pryor.
We vote for Shore to play Miller in all future dramatizations of this White House.
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I headed to Washington, D.C. to interview politicians and pundits to try to make sense of the current political atmosphere and upcoming election cycle. I present to you, Pauly~Tics -- a political special full of interviews, standup comedy, musical numbers and more!
This episode has Rollins recounting the journey through adolescence he had, and Mr. Pepperman, the teacher and influential figure that helped him gain confidence and self-esteem, as well as the physique he became recognized for as the lead singer for Black Flag.
Pauly Shore's back and podcasting's got him...again. This freewheeling comedian -- and scion of The Comedy's Store's owner Mitzi Shore -- recently launched The Pauly Shore Podcast Show as part of the Podcast One network.
Pauly Shore joins HuffPost Live and talks about the moment when he knew his career was crumbling.
So give jury duty a try if you are called up. And if you need any more insight into the process before you go, I highly recommend
Comedian DJ Lubel teamed up with celebs Pauly Shore, Jaleel White (otherwise known as "Urkel"), and Dennis Haskins -- a.k.a
Ok, so, a few of things: 1) Pauly Shore is really into politics, 2) he recorded a rap song about Barack Obama killing Osama
The one thing I’m not pretending to know is politics. I just have an opinion about it. I know probably as much as you know
Did we ever consider that maybe we are the crazy ones for paying so much attention to these people in the news? No. No we
The original movie has the now 44-year old actor playing Nicky Ferelli, a guy who runs from his mob family -- where he's
Current Gig: Actor and comedian Pauly Shore started his career as a class clown. His father was a comedian and his mother
“The issues I have with a lot of specials is they bring out people they don’t know, but in the old days of Dean Martin and
Paul Shore's back with a new DVD released yesterday, Adopted, several new films in development, and rumors of a new television series on MTV.
Pauly Shore is back at it and, as with his previous mockumentary, Pauly Shore is Dead, still on a quest to see if there's life after the Weasel.