PRLog - Oct. 23, 2012 - LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Englewood, New Jersey — In the midst of his international comedy tour Charlie Murphy is taking a night to focus on his first priority… family. On November 3 in Los Angeles, CA Charlie will join his friends Chris Rock, Tracy Morgan and Samuel L. Jackson to honor his Brother Eddie’s illustrious career. The program will air on Spike TV Nov 14.
This event is one of several that Charlie is involved with. He recently wrapped the filming of the TBS comedy “Who Gets the Last Laugh?” with Ashton Kutcher. Earlier this year he launched his “Acid Trip” comedy tour which will also include the release of his newest DVD “Charlie Murphy’s Acid Trip”.
When asked how he felt about being a part of One Night Only, Charlie had this to say, “No matter what I do in my career or what Eddie does in his, we are always there for each other. I don’t just want to honor who he is as an entertainer, I also want to honor who he is as a friend and a brother.”
For more information contact Domenick Nati at NatiCelebs@gmail.com or visit www.CharlieMurphyComedy.com
About Charlie Murphy
Charlie Murphy's rapid evolution from a "Chappelle's Show" cast member to top-billed international comedian, playing to sold-out audiences around the globe, has been remarkable. His career spans over two decades working with top Hollywood talent such as Jamie Foxx Samuel L. Jackson, Halle Berry and of course, Eddie Murphy. His acting credits include: Our Family Wedding, Night at the Museum and CB4. His screenwriting credits include: Chappelle’s Show, Vampire in Brooklyn and Norbit, which opened #1 at the box office. In 2009 he released his autobiographical book entitled The Making of a Stand Up Guy. His first DVD entitled, "I Will Not Apologize" was a huge success and premiered on Comedy Central in the #1 slot.