In 1955, Howie Mandel was born in Toronto, Canada. During an amateur night in 1979, he was dared to perform at the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. Howie Mandel's comedy career began when a producer in the audience cast him in Make Me Laugh, a comedy game show. In 1982, Howie Mandel began the role of Dr. Wayne Fiscus on the television drama St. Elsewhere. These days, Howie Mandel fans scoop up Howie Mandel tickets to see the Jewish Canadian comedian perform his standup routine.
After his television debut, Howie Mandel won many acting and comedy roles, and comedy fans loved finding discount Howie Mandel seats. On the children's show Muppet Babies, he performed the voices of Animal, Skeeter, and other characters. In 1989, the comedian played Maurice, the monster under the bed in the movie Little Monsters. Next, Howie Mandel created Bobby's World, an Emmy nominated cartoon series, in 1990.
Howie Mandel has guest-starred on several television shows, such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Live with Regis and Kelly, starring Kelly Ripa and Regis Philbin. In 2005, Howie Mandel began to host Deal or No Deal, the NBC game show. His new television show, Howie Do It, premiered in January 2009. A reality TV show similar to Candid Camera or Punk'd, Howie Do It is a comedy that features hidden camera pranks.