Will “Spank” Horton’s high-spirited brand of comedy has earned him the admiration of his peers by winning over fans from Philadelphia to international audiences with his uniquely animated stage shows. When a friend dared Horton to take the stage at the Laff House Comedy Club in South Philadelphia, Horton’s love for laughter was ignited to a new level. Horton is currently one of the most respected headliners in comedy, and his career gained major momentum in 2011 when he was featured in the box-office hit movie "Laugh at My Pain," starring Kevin Hart. Before his big-screen debut, Horton toured with Hart and was the opening act on the "I’m a Grown Little Man" tour for four years. He also opened for Hart on the "Seriously Funny" tour, the "Laugh at My Pain" tour, and the "Let Me Explain" tour.
Horton made his network debut on BET’s "Comic View" in 2002 and went on to perform at various comedy venues. Horton has also quickly evolved into one of the most popular and successful college acts, having performed at over 100 colleges and universities. Horton’s extensive tour schedule has taken him overseas and in 2010 he performed for the troops in Korea.
More recently Horton shot his first independent film project, "Sucka 4 Love" as well as "House Sitter in Los Angeles." Additionally, he made his debut appearance on Nick Cannon’s "Wild N' Out." Horton’s punctuated comedic style and sharp material have proven to be greatly appreciated by audiences young and old.
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