A natural actor, L.A. has been seen on MTV, VH1, ABC's According to Jim, and Voice credits in the movie "Guess Who" with Bernie Mac, standup on BET's ComicView, Indie films such as China Dolls, Footsteps, The Good Fight, The Last Angry Black Man and in '08 "Universal Remote" w/Charlie Murphy. Additional appearances include national commercials for the Blimpie,NFL, Sears, The Sylvan Learning Center, Capital One Credit Card, Febreze and the reality show The Glutton Bowl (the referee) and the music video '1985' w/Bowling for Soup (the mailman). L.A. has a face you've seen before and want to see again.
He has performed stand-up comedy for the U.S. Military and was among the first of a group of comedians to perform in Iraq in Aug/Sept 2003. In 2004 he travelled and entertained the troops in Afghanistan. He has headlined tours worldwide for the USO, The Dept Of Defense, Comics On Duty, and AKA Productions since 1994. He has also done national print work for Dockers "Nice Pants" ads and continues to perform in voice-over .
L.A.'s comedy is reality based about events that have taken place in his life or could happen in yours. A young dad with a strong family base of operations in Las Vegas and Los Angeles, he headlines regularly at clubs, colleges, corporate events and cruise ships.
L.A. Hardy remembers the good old days of using the bathroom.
L.A. Hardy talks about the differences between his kids.
L.A. Hardy slap boxes until it's a fist fight.