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This Chicago born and bred comedian
has come a long way from his Eddie Murphy impersonations in his elementary
school lunchroom.In April 2006 while earning a degree in Sports Management at
the University of Illinois, Evans got his first chance to showcase his comedic
talents at a variety show. It was that moment he says, that solidified his
dream of wanting to be a comic.From there, in November 2010 Evans went on to
become the first winner of WGN Chicago’s Next Big Comic Contest, a staple in
the Chicago TBS Just For Laugh Festival since 2011, and he’s been steadily
touring colleges and comedy clubs across the nation.While he was successful as
a comic on his own, his desire to further develop his craft made him enroll in
the Second City Training Centers’ Conservatory (Advance Improv/Acting) program.
He recently graduated, which is no small feat. Second City is known for
producing notable comedic talent such as Tina Fey (30 Rock), Steve Carell (The
Office), Jeff Garlin (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Chris Farley (SNL) and
Keegan-Michael Key (Key and Peele), just to name a few.
With all Evans has accomplished he
offers this advice to help those on their journey toward achieving their
dreams, “the biggest lesson that I have learned in life is that we as people
are way more capable of things than we think we are. We often let other people
or ourselves tell us we can’t do something because it appears hard or we must
have a level of expertise to do something. When in actuality, we can do
anything we have a genuine desire to do.“I have learned to be fearless in every
endeavor I pursue. I love to learn from my mistakes because there is no such
thing as failing when you are trying something you’ve never done before. We as
people have to stop telling ourselves and other people what’s not possible and
share the excitement of endless possibility of what could be.Being featured at
Chicago’s premiere comedy clubs has been a dream come true for him. He
attributes his success to his family and close friends.Like Jamie Foxx was for
him, Evans strives to be an inspiration. His goal for his career and motto for his
company Evans Entertainment is “Changing Lives Through Laughter“. Through
philanthropic giving and volunteering, Evans hopes to transcend comedy, making
a difference in the lives of children and adults alike.He concludes by saying
this, “all I want to do is change the world through laughter.”Calvin Evans, we
hear at Livin’ Like Maya thank you for aspiring to change the world through
laughter. We strive to adopt your drive to be masters of everything we do, and
we thank you for reminding us to be fearless in our pursuits.Continue to
illuminate the world with your light, share your wisdom so others lives might
be changed, and last but never least, live, learn and evolve each day. We pray
nothing but God’s continued blessings over your life.