Remember Road Trip and Freddy Got Fingered

As part of Magners International Comedy Festival, Hollywood actor and comedian Tom Green will be making his Asia debut, hitting Shanghai, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Tokyo, Singapore, Bangkok (Apr 20) and Phuket (Apr 22).

The Canadian prankster exploded on MTV in 1994 with the groundbreaking comedy show The Tom Green Show, which shocked viewers with controversial acts that made way for a generation of Jackass-esque humor.

One of his most infamous skits saw him pretending to "hump" a dead moose, which won him a reference in Eminem's number one hit "The Real Slim Shady" (2000).

Other notable achievements include a brief marriage to Drew Barrymore, with whom he co-starred in such masterpieces as Charlie’s Angels (2000) and Freddy Got Fingered (2001), though any '90s kid knows the mouse incident in Road Trip (2000) was his peak.

He’s since risen the ranks, having graced the cover of Rolling Stone, hosted SNL, appeared on The Daily Show and much more, as well as having toured the world as a stand up comedian.

Tickets for his Bangkok show are available on Ticketflap from B1,500.

Assuming he’s not grown out of it, brace yourselves for some gross-out, cringe-worthy stand up.

If the below is anything to go by, it's a given:

 

 

Apr 20. Lancaster Bangkok, 1777 New Petchburi Rd., 02-262-8000. B1,500 GA/ B2,200 VIP via Ticketflap.