Pete Correale [#33]

Pete Correale [#33]

Pete Correale’s first  big breaks were appearing at Canada’s prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in 2000 in its New Faces showcase and making his national TV debut on NBCs Late Friday. Other television appearances include NBCs Friday Night and Comedy Centrals Premium Blend and Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn.

Tom Rhodes [#32]

Tom Rhodes [#32]

When Comedy Central began in the early 90s, Tom Rhodes became the first comedian spokesperson they signed with. He was later the star of NBC’s Mr. Rhodes, Dutch Yorin Television’s Kevin Masters Show starring Tom Rhodes and Yorin Travel. His podcast, Tom Rhodes Radio, often features other comedians or people he meets while traveling. He […]

Cooper Barnes and Chuck Gallagher [#31]

Cooper Barnes and Chuck Gallagher [#31]

Cooper Barnes studied theatre, film, and fine arts at Eastern Michigan University and worked professionally at Ann Arbor’s Performance Network theatre and Detroit’s Gem Theatre under the direction of Jeff Daniels. Since moving to LA, he has appeared in several indie films and TV shows, including “Californication”, “Frank TV”, “Victorious”, and “The Perfect Host”.  You […]

Robert Mazur and Dr. Robert Rose [#29]

Robert Mazur and Dr. Robert Rose [#29]

Robert Mazur spent five years undercover infiltrating the criminal hierarchy of Colombia’s drug cartels. The dirty bankers and businessmen he befriended—some of whom still shape power across the globe—knew him as Bob Musella, a wealthy, mob-connected big shot living the good life. But under Mazur’s Armani suits and in his Renwick briefcase, recorders whirred quietly, capturing the damning […]

Bryan Callen [#28]

Bryan Callen [#28]

Bryan Callen got his start as an original cast member of MAD TV. He then went on to play numerous roles on the small and big screen including, “Old School” ““Sex and the City”, “Entourage,” “Californication”, “7th Heaven,” “King of Queens,” “West Wing,” “CSI,” “NYPD Blue,” “Frasier” and “How I Met Your Mother”, just to […]

John DeBoer [#27]

John DeBoer [#27]

John DeBoer on stage takes the audience on a roller coaster of seeing their own blunders or faux pas’, and then being compelled to laugh at them. He takes us on a ride we’ve all been on, yet somehow failed to see the humor in the first time through. Having appeared at comedy clubs, colleges, […]

Kristyn Burtt and Dr. Bart Rossi [#26]

Kristyn Burtt and Dr. Bart Rossi [#26]

Kristyn Burtt is the host of three shows: Hollywood Happy Hour, a live entertainment show, where she works alongside co-hosts Nelson Aspen and Bonnie Gillespie, The Vintage Vehicle Show, and her latest venture, network host at USN. She was thrilled to participate in the pilot episodes of The Arena with Jesse Ventura for MSNBC. It […]

Jim Melis and Diamond Dallas Page [#25]

Jim Melis and Diamond Dallas Page [#25]

Jim Melis has been a stand-up comedian for most of the last 12 years, Melis also held down a full-time job as CFO of a local institution of higher learning until last year when he created a life where he could be with his newborn son and work with both his passions: numbers and comedy. […]

Kim Valentini and Henry Dittman [#24]

Kim Valentini and Henry Dittman [#24]

Kim founded Smile Network International in May of 2003 after 25 years in public relations and marketing. Kim left the corporate arena to do what she believes is her life’s work. Her travels with Smile Network have taken her to the far corners of the earth and off the beaten path. She has met with […]

Joey Diaz [#23]

Joey Diaz [#23]

Joey “CoCo” Diaz standup comedy career began in prison, where he gained popularity by improvising material in front of Thursday night Movie Night audiences after the projector malfunctioned. After he was released from prison, he accepted an offer from a CBStalent scout to work on a television pilot. Although the series was not purchased, the […]

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