Bobbie has appeared on ABC, TNN, The Style Network, WeTV and Entertainers with Byron Allen. Bobbie was called one of the "best comics in America" by the New York Post. She has performed at The Improv, The Ice House, The Comedy Store, Jon Lovitz Club, Flappers and clubs across the country, including Zanies, The Punchline, Nick´s Comedy Stop, The Laughing Skull and The Riviera in Las Vegas, and has been heard on Sirius XM Comedy Radio. Bobbie has performed at colleges (including UCLA, USC, UC Irvine, UGA, Cal Tech, GA Tech and more) and corporate events (such as NASA, IBM, City of Hope, Congressional fundraisers and more). Bobbie owns Tao Comedy Studio in Los Angeles and published The Tao of Comedy: Embrace the Pause in 2013, recommended by Maria Bamford and Wendy Liebman.
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Comedian Jackie Fabulous NBCS I DO, TV ONE WHOS GOT JOKES, THE IMPROV, THE LAUGH FACTORY,
A self-proclaimed ambassador of "Girls Night Out"Jackie is a nationally- touring comedian, actress, writer and producer. Jackie has opened for Drew Carey, Mo'Nique and appeared on Bill Bellamy's Who's Got Jokes? Jackie makes life's observations hilarious and makes laughter about life mandatory! WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |
Comedian Marie Lake DAYS OF OUR LIVES, THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFU, COMEDY CENTRAL
Mel Kohl has been a comedian, comedy writer and actor for over 20 years. He is a member of the Writer's Guild of America and the State Bar of California, but he doesn't practice law because he likes people.
He has appeared at major venues in Las Vegas and throughout the country and has written for sitcoms, produced a successful play, and a series of comedy shorts.
He is one of the few comics able to perform and write comedy dealing with stocks, real estate and the economy, as well as the problems we all face with technology and male and female issues. BOOK
Comedian Paul Cranford THE COMEDY STORE, FLAPPERS MAIN ROOM, THE COMEDY UNION
I come from Atlanta Georgia and I moved to LA at nineteen years old. I didn't do Comedy in Atlanta it was something I fell in love with out here. I grew up with a full and crazy family and I plan on doing stand up for a long time. BOOK