Sick Puppies Comedy Welcomes Two New Members To The Cast

Congratulations to Plus Pierre-Louis and Amy Wanberg-Pearson for becoming the newest members of Sick Puppies Comedy.  Both new cast members will be in our next show on July 19th.  9PM.

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Plus Pierre-Louis – (7/14) Plus used laughter as a relief from the harsh realities of being raised by a single Haitian mother while growing up in South Florida. Born Alain Pierre-Louis, Plus, the oldest of three kids used his natural humor and wit to serve as a distraction from the financial hardships he and his family endured.

 At 12 years old, Plus Pierre-Louis realized that he had a divine gift after his first experience on stage. What was actually supposed to be a sermon at church became a “stand-up” show on the pulpit. Throughout his sermon, Plus made more jokes than religious references. It was then he recognized that his purpose in life was to uplift people through laughter.

In 2008, Plus gained universal recognition for his Rick Ross parodies, which landed 100,000 views within its first week and garnered over 4 million hits to date. In 2009, Plus extended his art form across a variety of entertainment including sketch comedy, event hosting, stand-up comedy and acting.   He has performed live for over 10,000 people since the birth of his career.

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Amy Pearson-Wanberg – (7/14) - Amy graduated from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2003 with a degree in Biology.  She is currently a high school science teacher in Palm Beach County.  Amy started her improv career with Laughing Gas in Miami.  She also performed with Long Story Short, an improv comedy troupe in Lake Worth.  Amy is currently a member of Pride Pups, a division of Sick Puppies Comedy.  She attributes her success to her teacher and mentor of over a decade, Gerald Owens.