Ro DelleGrazie has been a comedian since 1999 and has been coaching privately for the last 2 years. At the start of Ro's career she was coached by Lisa Lampanelli and worked her way up to opening for Lisa for 6 years. Ro learned how to do comedy in some of the rowdiest bars and clubs in the country while learning the tools you need to be a successful comedian. Her career highlights have included placing 2nd out of 90 comedians in California's Funniest Female Contest, repeatedly asked to perform for the troops at Camp Pendelton and Miramar which led to a USO tour in Korea and headlining a tour called "Guidettes Gone Wild" which sold out The Laugh Factory in NY. You will find Ro's passion for comedy will undoubtedly inspire you to push yourself forward.
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Born and raised somewhere near Los Angeles. Some folks call it Agoura Hills. Went to College. Back in Los Angeles. Never been to New York. BOOK
Comedian Nelson Ventress FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB, HOLLYWOOD IMPROV, WESTSIDE COMEDY THEATER, THE COMEDY STORE, CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE
Born and raised to a writer in Los Angeles, Nelson Ventress has personally seen Hollywood break people. He uses his past experiences to influence his dark brand of comedy. Nelson previously produced and hosted the show Laugh Your Class Off at Cal State Northridge, in which he was fired after one year. He has opened for headliners Brody Stevens, Theo Von, and Taylor Williamson. BOOK
Comedian Ori Amir FLAPPERS, LAUGH FACTORY, COMEDY STORE, ICE HOUSE, JOSH'S BAR-MIZVA
Bret Banta came all the way out from Texas to attend Cal Arts with a T.V. on his lap, to find out the dorms had no cable. He has been sober for 2.5 years and is hating every minute of it. He is scared of flying, needles and math. BOOK
Comedian Rachel So ULTIMATE LAFF-DOWN, FLAPPERS STUDENT SHOWCASE, THE COMEDY STORE
Rachel came of age as a New York City lesbian, but her roots are in suburban Southern California where, as a teen, she juggled cutthroat academics on weekdays and Korean evangelical churches on weekends. Now back in Southern California, Rachel works as a small business manager and dabbles in amateur photography, travel, and novel writing. She shares her life stories from California, New York, and beyond, now with a newfound sense of humor. WEBSITE | | BOOK