Miss Eagle appeared in an ABC Pilot with Jason Alexander and was the host of Comcast On Demand's UNConventional. She has been seen on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comedy Central and Byron Allen's Comics Unleashed, following which she became a contributing writer. She is most proud of the unique experience performing throughout Iraqi bases for the troops. She was showcased in HBO´s US Comedy Arts Festival in her solo show, Stones From Glass Houses followed by the second in the series, Mood Disorders: A Light-Hearted Romp Through Crippling Depression, featured at the Los Angeles Women´s Theatre Festival. She recently completed a pilot for the E! Entertainment Network, and has been seen in a series of memorable commercials beside Jay Mohr and football legend, Boomer Esiahson.
We are flooding the Valley with BIG LAUGHS and CHEAP DRAFTS at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank. $2Buck Tuesdays showcase comedians from the area's top clubs and feature comedians with television credits like Comedy Central, "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and "Late Night with Craig Ferguson." $2Buck Tuesdays at Flappers offers FREE parking, drink specials, full restaurant menu, and $2 ticket price.
Host/MC Chuck Ludwig THE FASTER TIMES (WRITER)
Chuck Ludwig is a Brooklyn NY raised comedian living in LA. WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian Maw Kitty BEAUTY IN THE BROKEN, VALIBATION, BAD INK, DIET PEPSI COMMERCIAL , TARGET COMMERCIAL
Maw Kitty was raised in Brooklyn, N.Y. She has worked in the theater, clubs and has done numerous voice overs. Maw has just begun her comedy career at the tender age of 65! She has her cooking show on You Tube:" Cooking with Maw Kitty." WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian David Nieker WORLD SERIES OF COMEDY, 2013 SLC COMEDY CARNIVALE, FLAPPER'S, THE COMEDY STORE,
Just got back from a tour of Midwest barber colleges. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Sam Weber COBB'S COMEDY CLUB, HOSTED SAN JOSE IMPROV, HEADLINED PURPLE ONION
Sam Weber is a fresh-faced young comic from the San Francisco Bay Area. His clever and often absurd observational style has mixed with his charming demeanor and quick rapport with audiences to make him a local favorite of the SF scene. Sam got his start in comedy shortly after graduating high school. He began performing around the City, while at the same time writing for UCSC´s comedy magazine, Fish Rap Live!, and men´s interest website Gunaxin.com.
About to reach just his third year in stand-up, Sam has already performed at most of the big-name clubs in the Bay Area, including showcasing at Cobbs´ Comedy Club, hosting at the San Jose Improv, and headlining the Purple Onion in San Francisco. In addition to performing, he has also produced shows around Silicon Valley, and appeared on both local television and radio. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Corey Craig THE JACE HALL SHOW , TWO MILLION STUPID WOMEN, CHADAM , 5, LALA LAND
Corey Craig is simply... a goober. He loves to make people laugh. At a microphone, his audiences know that it's okay to laugh with or at him; for him, all's fair in laughter. Corey talks about school, his struggles with girls, and shares his unique observations about experiences in his daily life. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |
Rick Mitchell has appeared at many clubs such as The SF Punchline and The Hollywood Improv. He can currently be seen every day on TMZ, where he also works as a writer and producer. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Lee G Kushner JON BENJAMIN HAS A VAN, COFFEE IS FOR CLOSERS ,
Born, 1953, in The City of Brotherly Love, Lee G. Kushner soon discovered that many of his peers and elders did not embody that philosophy. Lee allowed his more aggressive, older brother to deal with the resultant difficulties, while he retreated to the safety of his imagination, crafting bizarre, but entertaining, stories, a book, jokes- and revenge fantasies. In the 1990's (Philly, Charlotte), Lee was the male lead in stage comedies like Lysistrata and Neil Simon's, The Good Doctor. Lee is a favorably reviewed writer, having composed a musical play concerning Al Jolson, and a full-length, animated feature. Lee arrived in L.A. on the eve of the Iraqi War, overcame vicarious PTSD, and started doing comedy, appearing at the Improv, Laugh Factory, The Hollywood Hotel, etc. His comedy/impersonations externalize his social-political disgruntlement, and leave his personal life in the closet, where it belongs! BOOK
Mo Talukder, a graduate of UCSB and National University, is a middle-aged father but is new to the comic scene. He mainly talks about life in his late thirties, being a father to his two daughters and the ridiculousness of society today. BOOK
We can't tell you who it is...But this guest is a major celebrity and will definitely make you laugh! You be leaving Flappers bragging to your friends about the talent you saw at Flappers Last night. BOOK