Host/MC Jerry Corley EVENING AT THE IMPROV, COMEDY JAM - COMEDY CTRL., STAND-UP SPOTLIGHT - VH-1, WRITER - THE TONIGHT SHOW,
Former writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Jerry is a road warrior, touring the country doing comedy in clubs worldwide as well as keeping them laughing in the corporate market.
When he's not on the road, Jerry runs the Stand Up Comedy Clinic, L.A.'s premiere comedy school in Burbank. WEBSITE | BOOK
Raised near Los Angeles, Tez left in 2003 and only recently found her way back. She's lived in Hawaii, Japan, Argentina, and India. Living abroad gives a special perspective on what it means to be an American, and how wonderfully absurd we are. She thought about writing a book, but stand-up sounded like so much more fun... WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Jim Barnes FLAPPERS BURBANK, THE COMEDY STORE, COMEDY DEBASEMENT, THE FORMOSA,
Jim is a writer, musician, and stand up comedian born and raised in Southern California. He has studied stand up comedy and writing with Jerry Corley. Jim grew up in a household full of laughter. He writes and performs material based on his many years of being completely confused. WEBSITE | | BOOK
I was raised in Mexico I went to high school and college in Los Angeles. I got my bachelor degree in Chicago,Il.My environment gave me enough material to laugh about for years to come just compare Mexico to L A to Chicago Ja Ja Ja Ja Ja BOOK
Brian Erb is a 17 year old comedian from Pasadena. Remember a time when homework and getting grounded were still problems? Brian lives that life every day, and he´ll remind you of it hilariously and sometimes painfully. Brian spent many years learning improv comedy at ComedySportz and Second City before becoming a stand-up comedian. In addition to his passion for art, Brian loves being "that one kid that´s so awkward that it´s funny." BOOK
Comedian Mike Kosareff REGULAR AT THE HARP INN , PABLO STEEL (INDIEMOVIE) ,
Comedian Eric Bustamante THE COMEDY STORE, FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB, COMEDY DEBASEMENT HOST
Eric Bustamante is an up-and-coming name in comedy. Having spent most of his career as a writer, he only recently decided to shift his attention to stand-up comedy with an emphasis on comedy writing. Eric's act is similar to his penis: Hard & Uncut. He has trained under longtime comedian and comedy writer Jerry Corley, his comedy coach and mentor. Whether poking fun at his Hispanic heritage or recounting the horrors of dating a Dominatrix, Eric takes pleasure in revealing himself to audiences. Foreskin and all. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Ron Sarchian comes to us from Detroit via Seattle. During the married years, in Seattle, Ron worked as a designer for Boeing but soon moved to Cali to pursue his dreams of being single again and working as a professional stuntman and actor. He has been in LA for over 20 years now and he brings a world of useless bachelor knowledge and hilarious experiences to the stage with him. WEBSITE | | BOOK
As an actress, you may have seen Kristina Hughes kidnap and torture an old man in 'Green River' and drop-kick a scary monster in AMC's Monsterfest's 'Hell Hath No Fury'. Acting tough on camera has been easy for Kristina, but making audiences laugh on stage (Flappers, The Comedy Store, Rebels of Comedy) is what excites her! Perhaps you've seen Kristina blindfolded in 'Old School'... or choking on a burger in NBC's 'Working'.
Kristina currently covers restaurants and events as a host on FancyFeaster.com through Tastemade Studios.
As a former 'Miss Connecticut USA', Kristina thinks stand-up is a lot like pageants, "but without all the fake boobs". When doing stand-up you'll usually catch her ranting on stage about the pursuit of a #fancylife, #fancylove and #fancyhappiness. WEBSITE | | BOOK
A native of New Orleans, LA, Pablo Avion is a newcomer to comedy.
As musician "Paul Avion" he was named a SPIN.com Artist to Watch, and lived and worked in the slums of Kenya for SPIN Earth.
He studied sketch and improv at UCB, and started doing stand-up under the tutelage of Judith Shelton (Seinfeld), Melinda Hill (Funny or Die's The Program with Maria Bamford), and Jerry Corley, a protégé of George Carlin.
He suggests if you ever do a Google image search for "Batman and Robin," be sure to always include "not having sex." WEBSITE | | BOOK