As a junior at UCSD Kareem started his comedy career as a dare. Before long he was a regular at the La Jolla Comedy Store where he was featured in the documentary film "The Main Room". After graduating from UCSD Kareem returned home to Los Angeles and continued his career working in local clubs such as the Improv, Ice House, Comedy and Magic Club and Flappers. He immediately got television exposure on MTV and B.E.T's Comic View. He participated as a "new face" in Montreal's Just For Laughs Festival. He's appeared on Comedy Central's Premium Blend and has been featured in dozens of national commercials for products such as Miller Lite, Nike, and Boost Mobile.
A late-night Sunday dirty show you definitely don't want your grandparents to see.
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Comedian Wanjiko FLAPPERS BURBANK, ICEHOUSE COMEDY CLUB, ECHOES UNDER SUNSET
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Comedian Reyna Amaya FUNNIEST FEMALE COMPETITI, COMEDY STORE TRIPPIN TUES, COMEDY TIME-ICE HOUSE, HOSTS SHOW @ CHIN CHIN , KING'S COMEDY CLUB-VEGAS
Reyna is a stand-up comedian, writer, actor, voice-over artist and experienced sound editor. A native of Oakland, CA Reyna´s hilarious stand-up comedy routine can be seen at many Los Angeles comedy hot spots; Flappers (Burbank & Claremont) Ha Ha Café, The Comedy Store, and the Pasadena Ice House. Her diverse writing experience includes comedy, news, radio scripts, PSA's, radio perspectives, TV commercials and video blogs. Currently, a client of voice-over talent agency Coast to Coast, Reyna records for radio and TV commercials, animated characters, educational software programs, club promos, and websites. When she's not hitting the comedy stage, writing, recording voice-over or video blogs for her YouTube channel, Reyna enjoys working out, eating healthy and hanging with her family. Her interests include live music, staying up on the latest trends and traveling the world. BOOK
Comedian Drew Lynch 1ST RUNNER UP AGT, MARON , IDIOT TEST W/BEN GLEIB, DR. OZ,
Originally from Indianapolis, at the age of 19, Drew Lynch moved to Los Angeles with aspirations of becoming an actor, then an unexpected softball accident just a year into his acting career left him with a severe stutter and crushed his hopes of ever performing again. But his continued drive to become an entertainer forced him in a different direction, he started reflecting through stand-up comedy on the "softball that humbly changed his life." Drew's ability to deal with his stutter and making it relatable to real-life situations ultimately landed him the title of first runner-up on "Season 10 of America's Got Talent." Inspired by comedians Bo Burnham, Louis C.K, he now headlines Comedy Clubs across the country. In addition, Drew has appeared on the "Dr. Oz Show," and as a celebrity guest on the game show "Idiot Test." Twitter @theDrewLynch | www.DrewLynch.com WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |