Dick Hardwick is best known for his comedy, but he is also an excellent speaker and musician. His ability for entertainment and fun makes him a wonderful master of ceremonies for any event.
Although many know Dick Hardwick for his comedy, Hardwick is an accomplished musician. He has played the drums since the age of eight and was in his first band when he was nine. As his interest in entertainment grew, he went from
playing rock-and-roll at fraternity parties to Dixieland in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
When he was hired to play drums behind Jerry Van Dyke, he learned about the craft of comedy and honed his skills at "The Happiest Place On Earth." His clean and energetic comedic style is the result of hundreds of performances over ten years as the star of Disneyland's "Golden Horseshoe Review" in Anaheim, California. At Disney, he also continued his music. (If you listen to the soundtrack on its Mark Twain Steamboat, you can still hear him playing harmonica and jaw harp!). Dick has appeared in countless comedy clubs and has been the opening act for such performers as Kenny Rogers, Smokey Robinson, and Reba McEntire.