Jay Davis is an actor, comedian and comedy promoter/producer who garnered nationwide attention after appearing in Dane Cook's Tourgasm, a 30-day cross-country-tour-turned-reality-show which also included Cook, Gary Gulman and Robert Kelly, and was given an 8-episode run on HBO. Davis began performing comedy at an early age, and went to Los Angeles to pursue a career in entertainment. After some film and television roles, he began hosting shows and doing a regular stand-up routine at Dublin's, an Irish pub formerly in Hollywood. It was there that he met Cook, when the comedian came in to join the recurring lineup. When the venue closed, Davis toured solo for a while. Dubbed as "the nice guy," during the TV series, Davis was given an occasional hard time by his friends.
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Former Marine turned Doctor, but he still can't drive a stick!
After discovering that people who gave shots had more fun than people who got shot, Mike put himself through four years of college, four years of medical school and four years of residency. Still, he tried to maintain a personal life and once left in a the middle of an autopsy to attend Ozzfest–still wearing his scrubs. Unfortunately, the sleep-deprived medical resident fell asleep during the show.
Nicknamed "Metaphor Mike" he does his best to dazzle the crowd with his analogies, similes, and random stuff.
When is all over you should feel better about yourself without having to dish out the co-pay. WEBSITE | |
Jonathan Gregory's unique one of a kind "creepy" comedy has audiences howling wherever he goes . A cross between Steven Wright and Sam Kinison, Jonathan has over 8 million hits on YouTube; and his television credits include Showtime Boxing, NBC's Last Comic Standing season 6, and E! Network's True Hollywood Stories Investigates Hazing. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Kristal Oates FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB, OPEN MICS NEAR YOU!, THE NEW GIRL, TABLE TOP VOL. 1, THE BOOSTER'S CLUB
Kristal is an actress, writer & comedian from Oxon Hill, MD. She revels in the single life & would rather holla at some dude than write this bio. It's shameful, really. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Ryan Pfeiffer HOLLYWOOD IMPROV, THE ICE HOUSE, COMEDY STORE , WESTSIDE COMEDY THEATRE,
Ryan has spent the last ten years working in the Los Angeles and Chicago entertainment scene where he has performed in theatre, improv, sketch comedy and hosted a children´s television program. His most notable performances would have to be his portrayals of the VD-ridden Tin Man in Healthworks Theatre´s production of "The Wizard of Aids"; the voice of Abdullah Smith in the theatrical audio release of "The Left Behind Series"; and the stylings of Dromio in the musical hip-hop Shakespearian adaptation, "The Bombitty of Errors". He has also worked with the Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Montana Shakespeare Festival and performed at the Kennedy Center. The kids´ TV show Ryan hosted, "Up N´ Running", on UPN, beat out "The Bozo Show" for an Emmy Award. BOOK
Andy and Joleen Mullins are a husband and wife comedy duo in the prime of their lives, still living. They met while performing in Dallas eight years ago, the sparks flew and they married, thus gaining access to a wealth of comedy material. They consider stand up cheaper than therapy. Both have credits in film, television and stage and are often caught around LA performing wherever someone will let them. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Patrick Ramirez FROM ROOFTOPCOMEDY.COM, SEATTLE COMEDY CONTEST, BURBANK COMEDY FESTIVAL
Patrick Ramirez has been voted the #1 comedian to look for by the Patrick Ramirez daily news. Many businesses have gone as far as calling him a "current employee" Patrick's YouTube page is literally filled with Patrick's stand up clips and the comments range from distant cousins to neighborhood chums. Enjoy P-Rammy as he continues to try and make that nickname catch on. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Nicky Bernal MICHAEL YO HOT MESS TOUR, NEWBERG BAD IDEA TOUR, SILLYASSPODCAST (ITUNES, VOICE-OVERS ABC, CBS, NBC, SUDDEN DEATH COMEDY CHAMP