H2F Comedy Prods is the exclusive Talent Booking Agency for Flappers Comedy Club.
H2F Comedy Productions, is a Full Service Comedy Booking and Production Company owned and operated by two seasoned comedians, Barbara Holliday and Dave Reinitz. Founded in 1996, H2F began producing the American Comedy Festival’s Comedy Contest at the Hollywood Athletic Club at Universal Studios City Walk, Los Angeles. Generating rave reviews, the contest evolved into its current incarnation, Uncle Clyde’s Comedy Contest and has become the longest running and most successful comedy competition in Southern California. The show can still be seen every Wednesday night at Flappers Comedy Club & Restaurant in Burbank. A variety of sponsors, including the Boston Comedy Festival, The Riviera Comedy Club in Las Vegas, Comedy Central, Islands Restaurant chain, Pepsi, The Laugh Factory, Louise’s Trattoria, Enspot.com, P.F. Chang's, 5 Star Limousine, and The Asylum, have all been proud sponsors and partners with H2F.
H2F currently books and manages some of the most unique comedic talent in Los Angeles, from Stand-Up Comedians to Jugglers, Storytellers and Corporate Speakers. In addition to our regular shows around Los Angeles, we also have access to book any comedian for your live event. Whether or not you have a venue that needs a regular weekly comedy show, or you just want to book an entertainer for your Corporate event, College, Casino, Cruise Ship, Club, or Military engagement, our talent is some of the funniest in the market today. Our talent is also very successful in Film and Television.
The company is currently pitching and in development on several television series starring their comedic talent. H2F has also become a comedy source for casting directors looking for the “Perfect Comedian” and/or a source of comedy writers for FX’s Friday Night Fix amongst many other television shows. If you are looking for the finest comedic entertainment in Los Angeles you've come to the right place. We pride ourselves in producing live comedy and television shows that are funny and interactive.
H2F Comedy Productions, (H2F), has been producing live comedy stage shows since 1997. Together Barbara Holliday and Dave Reinitz have produced such shows and festivals as Uncle Clyde's Comedy Contest, sponsored by the Riviera Comedy Club in Las Vegas, Survival of the Funniest and the Hollywood HaHa Festival. This production team has established themselves as leaders in L.A.'s comedy scene. They are currently working on several television and reality shows in development.
H2F Comedy Productions (H2F), a Los Angeles Based Management and Development company, and Holliday is an unexpectedly funny, blue-eyed, 5-foot-2-inch dynamo. And since 1999, she has been Managing Comedians and Producing live comedy shows, festivals, and television pilots. A few of her shows include, Uncle Clyde's Comedy Contest, sponsored by the Riviera Comedy Club in Las Vegas, Survival of the Funniest and the Hollywood Ha Ha Festival, as well as many projects for film and television. She has also been on 11 Game Shows- Is that legal?
Holliday was born in Long Island, New York to computer programmer Paul Holliday and visual artist, Madeline Baker. She believes her multi-talented capacity for performance, and business is a result of being raised in a thoroughly "left brain/right brain" trailer park family. Experience probably has much to do with her flair as well. After graduating from San Diego State University with her Teaching certification and a degree in Theater Arts (Hon.) English minor in 1989, she was headed for a high school teaching stint but ended up getting cast instead as a Kid's Club Host for Fox on the highly-rated television program Fox Kids Club. The show allowed Holliday to hone her performance & leadership skills on some of the toughest guests around-young children and animals-while simultaneously writing and producing her daily show.
Since moving to Los Angeles in 1993, Holliday has performed in National Television commercials for SBC Global, films such as (Naked Gun 33?) and television shows (Friends, The Dating Game, World's Funniest), on stage (Funny Girl, Hello Dolly, West Side Story) and as a stand-up and sketch comedian (The Comedy Store,IGBY's, Ha Ha Café, The Improv and various other Showcases throughout Los Angeles). She has also worked as a Clown, and balloon artist at local theme parks, as well as being the CO-Creator of Uncle Clydes Comedy Contest, and Survival of the Funniest and many other reality and comedy show pilots.
Dave Reinitz finds his roots in Ithaca New York and his current home is in Los Angeles California. He is the son of a history professor father and an artist mother. His father passed away when Dave was only 13. He spent his teenage years with his Mother and two sisters, even his cat was female. Dave did all he could to get out of the house as fast as possible. He got his first job his sophomore year of high school, as a dishwasher in a college restaurant. He graduated as his class valedictorian! This sounds much more impressive than it really is. You see, Dave attended an Alternative Community School and never received a letter grade. He was the valedictorian because he gave the graduation speech, and a fine speech it was! Dave then moved on to the State University of New York Brockport. This world-renowned institution's alumni include Wendy O'Williams, Oliver North, and the actor who played Horseshack.
After a short stint Dave went back to Ithaca and started a career in the restaurant industry. After a few years Dave got the travel bug. So off he went, not on a cruise or extended vacation, no he simply bought a 1973-dodge Mobley traveler motor home. He packed up all he owned and off he went. The next 4 years were filled with travel and bartending jobs, from Cape Cod to Venice Beach. When the engine in the motor home blew up Dave settled in L.A. Then he got the comedy bug. Dave has been performing throughout Southern California and beyond for nine years now. He was the Assistant Publisher and Comedy Editor for Laugh-Line magazine. He has also been the Creator, Host and Producer of Uncle Clyde's comedy contest, as well as been busy performing in Clubs and Colleges all over the country.. Dave found his comedic voice in the emotions he felt after September 11th. Since that point his comedy has taken a political twist. He lists George Carlin, Bill Maher and Chris Rock as sources of inspiration.