MR- Flappers AllStar Wednesdays w/Alex Ortiz Starring: Alex Ortiz B.E.TS COMICVIEW, SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO , COMEDY CENTRAL , COMEDY.TV, HBOS BAD BOYS OF COMEDY December 4th, 2013 at 10:00PM
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Ex Firefighter, Nurse and Soldier And Now National headlining Comic Alex Ortiz Is a High Energy Showman With a Laugh a Minute Delivery and after 5 kids Two marriages and One Divorce His Life Experience and His Warped way of looking at the World Will Keep You In Stitches. His Impressions are Uncanny and Hilarious!!
Enjoy watching the Hottest, Newest & Brightest Comedians along with Celebrity Headliners. Its a great night for Celebrity Guest Drop ins!
Host/MC Rob Gleeson ICARLY, BEN & KATE, THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS, NATIONAL COMMERCIALS,
In addition to stand up, Rob can be seen on TV shows like iCarly and Ben & Kate. You may also recognize him as "Todd the assistant" from a popular AT&T ad campaign. WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian David Dorward LAUGH BOWL FINALIST, (LAUGH FACTORY), @DAVIDDCOMEDY ON TWITTER
David began doing stand up when he was a junior in high school in San Diego. He moved to Los Angeles to attend college as a screenwriting major, and currently performs seven nights a week all over Southern California WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Drew Lynch AGT TOP TEN 2015, DR. OZ, NBC DIVERSITY FINALS, COMEDY & MAGIC CLUB, FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB
Drew Lynch moved to Los Angeles with aspirations of becoming a fully articulate film actor. Then something completely unpredictable happened; during a softball game, Drew got hit with the ball causing damage to his vocal cords which left him with a stutter. The timing of his injury couldn't have sparked a more positive change in who he has become and shaped what he stands for today: Embrace life even when it throws you a curveball. Inspired by comedians Bo Burnham, Louis C.K., and his friend Samuel J. Comroe, Drew brings to life the social hardships of dealing with a newly-found speech impediment. Making his television debut on America´s Got Talent in 2015. Become a part of #drewcrew on Twitter @theDrewLynch. www.DrewLynch.com #AGT WEBSITE | | BOOK
Dan is originally a product of Orange County but was moved without his consent at 10 months of age. After growing up in Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe for 15 years, he moved to Lakeland, FL to attend college where he studied Film and fell into screen and stage acting as well as live improv. After two years, he now calls Los Angeles home. BOOK
David Sorkness is a stand-up comic from Burbank, California. He began his comedy career at the UCB Theater in Los Angeles and received training in their famous improv program. After laying the groundwork here, he moved on to study stand-up at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank. Influenced by comics like Bill Burr, Dave Attell, and Rodney Dangerfield, David commands the stage and connects to the crowd with his tales and musings about everyday life. From hilarious, self-deprecating stories describing his flawed existence to satirical observations of society, David's uncensored wit and unique perspective keeps his audience laughing. You can find him performing at clubs throughout the Los Angeles area. BOOK
Adam moved out to LA to pursue video game art and design. After realizing sarcastic comments and absurdities were more his skill set than art, he gave stand up a shot. Adam has been performing since November 2012 and loves it, along with eating and not being homeless. BOOK
Ryan Popowcer is 19 years old and grew up in Las Vegas, NV. He is currently a sophomore taking up communications at Cal State Northridge. Ryan also writes screenplays and is studying acting. Since an impromptu but successful debut at an open mic night at CSUN his freshman year, Ryan has been a regular at Flappers,The Comedy Store, and The Hollywood Improv and loves making people laugh. BOOK
Comedian Ify Nwadiwe KEY AND PEELE, IFC'S COMEDY BANG BANG, PUT YOUR HANDS TOGETHER, SF SKETCHFEST, COLLEGE HUMOR
Ify Nwadiwe is a comedian based out of L.A. who hits the stage with high energy, funny jokes, and big glasses*. Ify has performed all over Los Angeles, in festivals, shows, and Chinese restaurants.
"He was kind of alright" -Satisfied audience member
*Yes, they are prescription. WEBSITE | | BOOK