When Flip Schultz was eight years old, he won a summer camp talent show by performing stand up comedy. There was never a doubt in his mind that comedy would be his future. For a while he performed wherever he could find an audience, whether at a family get together, bar-mitzvahs, seniors center; he didn't care. He just wanted to make people laugh. Finally, at 18, he braved a real comedy stage and won the open mic contest. For the next few years Flip performed at many comedy clubs (and bars) honing his craft, paying his dues and finding his comedic voice. And he still managed to earn his degree in theater. After leaving South Florida as a local favorite, Flip now lives in Los Angeles, tours in clubs & colleges all over the US and Europe, and has quickly become a sought after comic in Scandinavia.
Comedian John Diresta OWN SITCOM: DIRESTA UPN, TRASH TO CASH ON FX, MISS CONGENIALITY 1 & 2, HOW TO LOSE A GUY , TONIGHT SHOW
John DiResta has been around the block, twice. He was a NYC cop for 12 years. He had his own sitcom called 'DiResta' on the UPN. He has had three cable shows on the air; Trash to Cash was on FX, Hammered was on HGTV and Dirty Money was on Discovery. John was also a cast member of Comedy Central's show American Body Shop.
John can be seen in over a dozen feature films; Miss Congeniality, How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days and 15 Minutes with Bob De Niro, to name a few.
John is a national headliner; working suck clubs as Carolines, Improv and theathers all over the USA. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Chris Floyd, Kentucky born and bred, is one of the great up and coming comedians in Los Angeles. He has been doing standup for a year and is only getting stronger. His subjects include observational as well as surrealist humor. He is influenced by Eddie Izzard, Mitch Hedberg, and Louis CK. BOOK
A former professional boxer with a degree in Theater from UCLA, Robert's only job skills are getting punched in the face and vocal warm-ups. Now he's a stand up comedian. Robert's not the most gifted career planner. BOOK