Ryan is a regular the nationally syndicated, "Bob and Tom Radio Show". His 1st comedy album, "You Were Funny Too" is on rotation on Sirius XM´s "RawDog" comedy channel. Ryan made his television debut on the third season of Comedy Central's "LIVE AT GOTHAM." In 2011, Ryan made his first USO tour of Qatar and Afghanistan. Ryan took the grand prize at the 2011 World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas and was a finalist in the 2011 Boston Comedy Festival. Ryan was a finalist in the 2012 Laughing Skull Festival. He performed in the 2012 Great American Comedy Festival as well as the "New Faces" showcase at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Ryan made his television acting debut on TBS´s "Sullivan and Son". In 2013, Ryan received "Best of the Midwest" honors at Gilda´s Laugh Fest in Grand Rapids, MI In 2014 Ryan was featured on AXS TV's "Gotham Comedy Live"
Start your weekend off with a blast in the Flappers Comedy Club YooHoo Room! Check out an incredible line up every Friday in our swanky YooHoo Room featuring national headliners, up and coming talent, and guaranteed laughter!
Every Friday at 7:30pm | FLAPPERS Comedy Club Bar | 102 E. Magnolia Blvd | Phone: 818-845-9721| Please respect our 2 item minimum|www.FlappersComedy.com Free Parking Across the street at the Sears Parking Lot or Ashley Furniture
A native of Southern California, Wendi Starling is a brazen female comic with a quick wit and a sharp tongue. At the age of 26, she had a breakdown, shaved the sides of her head, sailed the world, then landed in Florida and found stand-up comedy. What began as hobby became an obsession and Wendi can now be found at clubs all over Los Angeles and across the country. BOOK
A featured player in the comedy division of CM acting studios. This Texas raised girl was scouted in Houston by Nikki Pederson Talent, and then sent off to LA. She decided to try her hand in stand up after her acting coach, Max Decker, convinced her to give it a good ol' try. 3 months later, she is a featured stand up comedian in multiple LA comedy clubs including, of course, Flapper's Comedy Club. She also works here. Call Flappers, and she might answer. BOOK
Audiences all over the country, crowd after crowd, love the relatability in his situational humor. Incorporating a background in music and improvisation, Richy has created a unique brand of comedy that allows each performance to be wonderfully memorable and different. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |
Comedian Abe Abdelhadi ICE HOUSE, HAHA CAFE, FEDERAL BAR, FORMOSA,
I was born in L.A. to an Arab father and Brazilian mother. This figures prominently into my act. I grew up in South L.A. (a different part of L.A.) and I worked in and around the entrainment business since the 80s. I worked in the record business, played in several bands, licensed music to TV, had some short stories published and just finished a novel and a book of essays that I´m currently shopping. Did some commentary for Drew on Call on HLN. After some time away, I started performing again in December of 2013 and look forward to more shows and having a real good time. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Amy York Rubin LITTLE HORRIBLES, HOW TO BE A MAN, PINK TULLIPS (DIRECTOR)
Originally from the urban sprawl suburbs of Washington, D.C. actor/comedian/writer Amy York Rubin now lives in Los Angeles and regularly performs around town - sometimes sharing stories that you might recognize from her popular series, Little Horribles. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Guest SpotDave Reinitz THIS AMERICAN LIFE, BBC, TRAVEL CHANNEL, KPFK,
Dave´s unique perspective and sarcasm gives us a hilarious hour of stand-up comedy that won´t soon be forgotten. Taking nothing for granted Dave challenges "normal" beliefs and expectations. He finds humor wherever common sense is in jeopardy, such as the prescription drug industry, in ordering a simple cup of coffee and genetically engineered food "of course the bugs won´t eat it , it taste like crap". Like a modern day minimalist Robin Hood, Dave steels small things from big companies, not just to get even but to feel even. Well-traveled and semi educated, Dave appeals to the smart and silly sides of the audience. Raised by 1960s radicals in upstate New York, Dave lists George Carlin, Bill Maher, and John Stewart as artistic influences. MYSPACE |