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Background- Drew Allison Carey was interested in comedy. To further improve his antics, on the suggestion of a friend he borrowed some books from the library on how to write jokes. In the year 1986, he took part in an open-mic contest and won the competition. He, then became the master of the ceremonies at the Cleveland Comedy Club. He also started performing in a number of comedy clubs in Cleveland and Los Angeles. He rose to prominence in the national level as a comedian when he took part in the competition in the 1988 Star Search and won it. He then started working as a stand-up comedian by appearing in the show The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. His performance impressed Johnny Carson that Drew was honored to sit beside Johnny Carson for the rest of the show. Carey made his appearance on the 14th Annual Young Comedians Special on HBO and also appeared for the first time on Late Night with David Letterman. In the year 1994, he wrote his own stand-up comedy titled Drew Carey: Human Cartoon which was aired on HBO. He also won the Cable Ace Award for Best Writing.

His stand-up comedies became so popular that he was landed with a number of supporting roles on television shows. His most popular character was that of the bachelor who was both hapless and middle-class. In the year 1993, Carey also played a small role as a taxi passenger in the movie Coneheads. In the year 1994, he co-starred in The Good Life, along with actress Kathy Kinney. Carey then joined as a staff writer for The Gaby Hoffman Show along with writer Bruce Helford. Together with Helford, Carey started developing the storyline The Drew Carey Show and even co-produce the show. The show was premiered for the first time in the year 1995 on ABC. The show was a huge success and also carried high ratings. In the year 1998, Carey also hosted the popular comedy show Whose Line Is It Anyway?, a popular version of the United States. This show also became popular with a total 215 episodes.
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Carey then created the Improv All-Stars which was a eleven members comedy group. These members of the group have also taken part in his other shows such as, Whose Line is it Anyway? and Green Screen Show. These group has performed on a number of comedy tours performing at various comedy clubs. He also appeared in the commercials for A&W Restaurants in Canada with The Great Root Bear. In the year 1999 he did a twelve-minute attraction, Sounds Dangerous at Disney-MGM Studios. The attraction is still continuing. In the year 2000, Carey starred in Geppetto, a TV film, which was a ABC presentation of the Wonderful World of Disney. He also carried out an entertainment show for the 2002 Annual White House Correspondents dinner. In the year 2003, he also hosted the WB's live special Play for a Billion along with Jamie Kennedy . The show was sponsored by Pepsi and was aired on September 12, 2003. In the year 1997, Carey published his autobiography, "Dirty Jokes and Beer: Stories of the Unrefined" The book became one of the bestseller.

Carey won the Cable Ace Award for Best Writing for his work on Drew Carey: Human Cartoon. He was also named as one of the "10 Hottest New Faces of '95" by TV Guide. He also won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Television Performer for his work in The Drew Carey Show, in the year 2000 and 2001.

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