Since the 1970s, George Wallace has been making us all laugh with his hilarious stand-up routines. He’s been in countless TV shows and movies and he’s just wrapped up a record-setting 10-year stint at the Flamingo in Las Vegas.
Along the way, he’s learned a lot of valuable life lessons, and they’re all a part of his new book, “Laff It Off.”
George looks back on his long career in comedy, including his friendship on the improv circuit with Robin Williams, Richard Pryor, Jerry Seinfeld, David Letterman and others.
Now 63, he also talks about the funny parts of aging and why his long-time bit, People Say the Stupidest Things, is STILL relevant.
Find out his prescription for laughing and all the ways overdosing on laughter can improve your health.