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Tom Arnold Brings Side-Splitting Stand-Up to the Laugh Factory

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|by Georgi Schultz |


Be there for the comedian's Laugh Factory debut

In 1994, Tom Arnold became a household name after starring alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in the hit film True Lies. Now, Arnold hits Las Vegas for three consecutive live performances at the Laugh Factory inside the Tropicana Hotel & Casino. From September 15 through the 17, the well-known actor-comic combo takes the stage for a limited run. 

Tom Arnold makes his debut at Laugh Factory (Photo: Tom Arnold)

Tom Arnold makes his debut at Laugh Factory (Photo: Tom Arnold)

In the late 1980s, Tom Arnold met famed comic Rosanne Barr. The pair began both a romantic and working relationship as Arnold wrote for Barr’s hit television show, Rosanne. After his very public relationship with Rosanne Barr concluded, Arnold went on to host The Best Damn Sports Show Period, and star in several feature films. His first romantic leading role came in 2005 with Happy Endings. He then returned to hosting role in 2008 on CMT’s, My Big Redneck Wedding.

Now, Arnold returns to his stand-up comedy roots in the heart of Las Vegas. With a wildly unique set that consists of unscripted misadventure, wacky childhood stories and outlandish accounts of Hollywood mayhem, Arnold will deliver laughs all night. Don’t miss Tom Arnold, this September, only at the Tropicana Hotel & Casino.

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