A Live Interactive Stand Up and Video Show. Bring a Prop or idea for the guys to base their next Cupcake Riot video on http://www.youtube.com/cupcakeriotcomedy. Every show we will reveal a new video based on suggestions made by the LIVE audience only. See the latest video before we launch it on the channel.
Host/MC Andy Dugan IMPROV EMCEE, PUNCH LINE - SF, COMEDY STORE, PROBLEM CHILD, NATIONAL SECURITY
Andy Dugan is a self deprecating, short, dad with a lot of energy and bitter anecdotes. His quick wit and out going personality will keep you laughing and cheering him on. He also is a producer of sell out Comedy Shows around town and short films with his production team Moving Trains Productions. WEBSITE | MYSPACE | BOOK
Talia performs regularly in the LA area as well as NY, Philadelphia and any other city that will take her! She has lived in California for 7 years, but still holds on to her Boston phone number as a true sign of commitment. BOOK
Joe Dosch is a young, baby faced, gay comic from South Dakota, the 49th worst state in America. He started his stand up career in Montana at terrible open mics and rowdy saloons. He now lives in LA and is one of the most hilarious and unique new faces in the scene. BOOK
Originally from South Carolina, this country boy with a great name began his comedy career telling jokes to the chickens in his family's barn. Since living in Los Angeles, he has performed comedy in 23 states and 3 countries. He has been in over 40 national commercials, and various tv shows. He also appears regularly is sketches on the Jimmy Kimmel show. Known for his hilarious facial expressions and animated impressions, Jackson McQueen is energetic, engaging, and definitely entertaining. Follow him on twitter @jacksonmcqueen WEBSITE | | BOOK
Originally from Houston, Texas, Teddy has been performing stand-up in Los Angeles the past few years now. He hosts every Thursday and Friday at the Spotlight and Comedy Club and his first live album, Fucking Solutions, is available on iTunes. BOOK
Drew Lynch moved to Los Angeles with aspirations of becoming a fully articulate film actor. Then something completely unpredictable happened; during a softball game, Drew got hit with the ball causing damage to his vocal cords which left him with a stutter. The timing of his injury couldn't have sparked a more positive change in who he has become and shaped what he stands for today: Embrace life even when it throws you a curveball. Inspired by comedians Bo Burnham, Louis C.K., and his friend Samuel J. Comroe, Drew brings to life the social hardships of dealing with a newly-found speech impediment. Making his television debut on America´s Got Talent in 2015. Become a part of #drewcrew on Twitter @theDrewLynch. www.DrewLynch.com #AGT WEBSITE | | BOOK