Moira Quirk´s first role in America was on Nickelodeon´s popular Guts and Global Guts as Mo the Referee (kind of ironic considering she knows jack diddly-doo-dah about sports). She hosted other TV specials and many, many live events for Nickelodeon all across America and in the UK and currently can be heard as the fashionable yet nasty Brit Krust on the Nicktoon "My Life as a Teenage Robot." Moira has lent her voice to many cartoons and also audiobooks, podcasts and shockingly creepy videogames (she was the maniacal Daniella in Haunting Ground and Adriana Livingstone in Mercenaries).
Host/MC Michael Rayner BANANAS, DAVID LETTERMAN, ENERGIZER BATTERIES, G4 TV,
"As with the best magicians–indeed, as with the best performers–it's not the difficulty of his tricks but the way he delivers those tricks that makes him endearing and engaging." Michael has appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman, The Extreme Gong Show and Sesame Street. He might appear on Yo Gabba Gabba. WEBSITE | BOOK
Scott Land is a puppeteer at the top of his game. His seasoned performing skills are on display in nearly every scene of Paramount Pictures' Team America: World Police. During the making of the movie–the most expensive puppet-driven feature film ever produced–Scott did more than pull the strings on dozens of lead characters. Throughout the 4 months of shooting, Land lent his expertise to director/producers BOOK
There´s simply no other entertainer like Rob Zabrecky. Magic Magazine raved, "Zabrecky´s magic could easily be the plot line of a Stephen King novel, if Stephen King wrote comedy." The Academy of Magical Arts at the Magic Castle named him among the top five magicians in 2008 and 2009 for his performances in the Parlour of Prestidigitation. He is also the creator and host of Who´s Hoo, an on-line interview talk show for members of the Academy Arts at the Magic Castle. Since airing in 2008, he has interviewed many Magic Castle luminaries including co-founder Milt Larsen. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Natisha Anderson MONTREAL JFL FESTIVAL, COMEDY CENTRAL PILOT , CA'S FUNNIEST CONTEST, SAN FRANCISCO C&B FEST., SUPER BOWL COMMERCIALS
Natisha Anderson is a basketcase of cute ---
like Little Orphan Annie after a panic attack.
Originally from the cornfields of Indiana, she first performed in an elementary school production of Dinosaurs as Paleontologist #4.
Natisha now resides in Los Angeles.
Natisha recently performed in the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, Set List Show. She also placed in the top four finalists in CA's Funniest Female Contest - out of 90 women. Natisha has also performed in the San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Fest, Ventura Harbor Comedy Festival, national commercials, and a Comedy Central pilot. She still loves dinosaurs. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Beverly Mickins is an actor, writer, storyteller and singer. Her stand-up credits include NOW´S 25th Anniversary Convention, Catch a Rising Star in New York, and The Comedy Store in Los Angeles. As an actor she´s appeared onstage in Aids/Us/Women in Los Angeles and for several years she was in the cast of the popular PBS Television show Square One. She has also been featured on thirtysomething and Judging Amy as well as in several commercials. Her work with the StorySalon brought her a 2005 Women in Theater "Red Carpet" Award. As the creator and founder of StorySalon, she has written and performed her successful one-woman show The Driving Piece and started the popular Atomic Lounge series where she combines singing and storytelling. BOOK
Comedian Drew Lynch OPENER FOR BO BURNHAM, NBC DIVERSITY FINALS 2013, FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB
An opener for Bo Burnham, Drew Lynch was an eager young actor and a classic "chatterbox", notorious for talking a mile a minute. Born in Indiana and raised in Las Vegas, he graduated from the Las Vegas Academy of Performing Arts with aspirations of becoming a fully articulate film actor. Then something unimaginable happened; at only age 20, during a company softball game, Drew got hit in the throat with the ball causing his vocal chord to paralyze, turning his chattering into stuttering. This life changing injury sparked a passion for writing and performing Stand up Comedy, bringing to life the social hardships of dealing with a newly-found speech impediment. Inspired by the comedy of Louis C.K., Dave Chappell, and the up and coming Samuel J. Comroe, Drew is on a mission to make you laugh. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Pittman draws on audience sympathy as he performs tricks that surprise even him. Pittman is particularly adept at ad-libs with the audience that make this show a hoot. says The Los Angeles Times. Woody is...different. A shy kind of guy who you're pulling for to do good and he does. His character works because it comes from within. If he comes to town, go out of your way to see him says the Professional Magicians Association. Pittman has a marvelous deadpan delivery, mixing jokes with sleight-of-hand tricks. The audience is invariably charmed. BOOK