Willy Parsons

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Willy Parsons (born September 18, 1959 in San Diego, California) is also known as Wild Willy Parsons. A stand-up comedian[1] and an actor. He has been in several movies including "The Guardian" directed by William Friedkin and "Nothing to Lose" directed by Steve Oedekerk. Willy has also received an Emmy Award in 1985 for his writing on "Technical Difficulties". His live CD "American Made" recorded at The Comedy Store was released in 2001. A father of 2, daughter Emily and son Jack, is divorced. Recently appeared on season 4 of Last Comic Standing and won the favorite comedian online in 2006. Opened for Sam Kinison, Pauly Shore and Richard Jeni. Toured twice with Andrew Dice Clay. Appeared as the comedy relief in several Easyriders Videos as well as appearances on The Dennis Miller Show, Late Night with Carson Daly, Caroline's Comedy Hour, Evening at the Improv, The Pat Sajak Show and Showtime.

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