Scott “Carrot Top” Thompson has been making audiences around the world laugh for more than three decades. As one of the most recognizable and iconic comedic entertainers, the King of Props induces sidesplitting laughter with his current take on pop culture, music, and headlines of the day in a continually evolving show. Audience members can count on not seeing the same show twice, “I love creating props that are relevant to whatever’s current – from a news headline to a song I heard on the radio.”
Since his debut on “Star Search,” Carrot Top has soared to success- “When I started touring at the beginning of my career, I had two trunks and a strobe light,” said Carrot Top. “Things got pretty crazy pretty fast and before I knew it, I had a team touring the country in an 18-wheeler with 35 trunks full of props.” After building a following on the comedy circuit that made people laugh nearly every weekend, his first television appearance was on “Comic Strip Live” in 1991.
Things changed for Carrot Top forever in 1992 with his first appearance on “The Tonight Show.” That appearance exposed his unique brand of comedy to every home in America. After an impressive 31 appearances, Carrot Top had the distinct honor of appearing on the very last episode of “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” A Las Vegas headliner for more than 25 years, Carrot Top can be seen nightly in Las Vegas or in a city near you, giving guests a spectacle worthy of most arena rock bands and features lights, music, fog machines, and streamer cannons – all in addition to his trunks full of props.