Eric Andre Originally from Boca Raton, Florida, actor/comedian Eric Andre now lives in Los Angeles (by way of New York) and performs live almost every night of the week. He brings a manic energy to the stage, combining autobiographical experience with experimental psychedelic rambling. Eric has traveled the country performing stand-up at clubs, colleges and festivals, like Aspen and Bridgetown. His stand-up television appearances include "Live at Gotham" and "The Awkward Kings" on Comedy Central and "Lopez Tonight" on TBS. Most recently, he shot the pilot "Don´t Trust the B*tch in Apt 23" for ABC and is prepping for his own pilot, "The Eric Andre Show" which will shoot in early May for Adult Swim.
Saturday nights in the Flappers Comedy Club YooHoo Room features national headliners with multiple television and film credits that you will not want to miss! Make you weekend amazing and join us every Saturday at 7:30!
Every Saturday at 7:30pm | FLAPPERS Comedy Club Bar | 102 E. Magnolia Blvd | Phone: 818-845-9721| Please respect our 2 item minimum |www.FlappersComedy.com Free Parking Across the street at the Sears Parking Lot or Ashley Furniture
Host/MC Erikka Innes SIRUS/XM LAUGH ATTACK, NEW YORK POST, SMELLS LIKE NERD SPIRIT, SEX WITH NERDS, WASHINGTON TIMES
Erikka Innes is your best friend´s little sister all grown up. Her smart, insightful comedy combined with her charming innocence masks a dark, biting undertone that celebrates the nerd in all of us. She is a nationally touring comedian and award-winning writer. Her twitter handle @nerdgirlcomedy is recommended by the San Francisco Weekly as a top choice to follow if you like to laugh. Erikka is a regular at Flapper´s Comedy and can be heard often on the Sirius/XM Laugh Attack program "Get off My Lawn." She also co-hosts the popular internet radio show "Grand Theft Audio" on RadioTitans.com on Monday mornings. Her recent concert special "Smells Like Nerd Special" was released as an album and DVD. WEBSITE | BOOK
Born in Phoenix but only recently learned how to spell it. I am arrogant enough to think I need a bio at 24 years old. However, it really messes with my self-esteem because I can't meet the 150 word quota to fill this out. If I go another 24 years without accomplishing enough to fill out a 150 word bio, I will think about quitting smoking pot. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Caitlin Comeskey WESTSIDE COMEDY THEATRE, FLAPPERS BURBANK, THE COMEDY STORE
Caitlin Comeskey is a classically trained actress originally from Dallas, Texas. For four years, Caitlin trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting through New York University´s Tisch School of the Arts. While studying in NY, she performed in several stage plays, including an Off-off Broadway production of Charles Mee´s Summertime. Since arriving in L.A., Caitlin has been seen at Flappers, The Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, the West Side Comedy Theatre, countless bars, and private events. Follow her on Twitter: @CaitlinComeskey WEBSITE | | BOOK
Chris Gerred combines a cheeky charm, nimble wit and unique perspective to captivate audiences and keep them laughing. BOOK
Comedian Matty Chymbor THE COMEDY STORE, FLAPPERS COMEDY, WORLD SERIES OF COMEDY, JOKER WILD COMEDY , WPI COMEDY SHOWCASE
Matty's comedy ranges from observational and story-telling, to opinion-based and just random banter. His onstage persona, attitude(s) and overall demeanor paints a comedic picture for audiences to enjoy.
Matty performs at comedy clubs all over LA, as well as southern California. As an actor, he hasn't been in anything, so lets leave it at that!
Instagram @MattyChymbor WEBSITE | | BOOK
Josh Fadem is a Los Angeles based comic, from Tulsa, Oklahoma. He appeared regularly on NBC's 30 ROCK as Liz Lemon's agent. He has written for Adult Swim's ERIC ANDRE SHOW, as well as appeared on Adult Swim's EAGLEHEART w/ Chris Elliott. Other television credits include IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY INPHILADELPHIA, Comedy Central's KEY AND PEELE and RENO 911, and a number of failed pilots. He was also cut out of THE MASTER! Cool credits. In 2011 he was chosen as one of Variety's "10 Comics to Watch". BOOK