Event: Victoria Jackson Live in the Paddock at PBKC
Date: March 11, 2022 (Friday Evening)
Show Time: 8pm – 10pm (Doors Open 6pm)
Location: PBKC, 1111 N. Congress Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33409
Directions: Take I-95 to Belvedere Road, then go west one mile to Congress Ave. PBKC is located at the corner of Congress and Belvedere Rd.
Tickets: $25 – $32
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE ALUMNA VICTORIA JACKSON PERFORMS IN THE PADDOCK AT PBKC FOR COMEDY NIGHT FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 11!
The Paddock Restaurant at PBKC is perfectly set up for shows and comedians with its convenient location, tiered room, seating for 300, great food, full bar, beautiful décor and more.
Born in 1959, Victoria Jackson grew up in a Bible-believing, piano-playing, TV-free home in Miami. Her father coached gymnastics, so she competed from age 5-18. Her gymnastic skill led to a college scholarship to Furman University, where she was cast in her first play and got the acting bug.
When Johnny Crawford (The Rifleman) met her at a Birmingham summer stock production, he bought her a one-way ticket to Hollywood to be in his night club act. For two years, she held odd jobs in the show-biz capital — as a cigarette girl, waitress, and typist — until Johnny Carson noticed her stand-up routine and put her on The Tonight Show… twenty times. After that, she starred in many movies and TV shows, most notably six seasons on Saturday Night Live.
Jackson was reunited with and married her high school sweetheart, helicopter pilot Paul Wessel in 1992 and when he retired in 2013 from the Miami Dade Police Department, they moved to Nashville to be near their daughters and grandchildren. Jackson still appears in occasional films, does stand-up comedy, sings her original ukulele songs around town, and most recently was nominated for Best Supporting Actress by the International Christian Film Festival for her role as Alma in Lost Heart (2021). Jackson authored Is My Bow Too Big? published by White Hall in 2012 about how she got on TV, and in 2017 she wrote Lavender Hair, published by Broadstreet, about her breast cancer journey and recovery.
Jackson just finished shooting roles in the feature films Into the Spotlight and Through the Eyes of Grace. She enjoys her grandchildren and occasional stand-up gigs.
The age requirement for this show is 21 plus. To be seated together, your party must purchase tickets as a group of 2, 4, or 6. There are a limited number of tables of 6. Parties of 3 or less will be seated with other guests at the same table. You could be seated with other guests at the same table. Must be seated by 7:45 PM. Purple tier provides wheelchair accessible seats. Each row is separated by two to three stairs. One item purchase required per person. Valet available for $5. No refunds will be given.
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