Bobbie Oliver is one of Los Angeles´ funniest comics, but she had to come a long way to get here. Born Barbara "Bobbie" Evans in Covington, GA, a small town outside Atlanta whose chief claim to fame was being used for location shooting for The Dukes of Hazard TV series, Bobbie grew up in a two-bedroom, one-bathroom trailer inhabited by a family of seven. Bobbie found escape in staying up late with her father to watch The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, which became an inspiration to her. In 1987, while at LaGrange College on a Theatre scholarship, Bobbie began doing standup. She was hooked! After graduating in 1990, she went on the road for 8 years based out of Athens, GA. Bobbie then moved to Los Angeles in 1998 with her writer husband Chris, and still performs in comedy clubs and colleges all over the country.
Comedian Chris Piehler COMEDY STORE, ICE HOUSE, FLAPPERS, RICK AND STEVE, UNCORKED W/BILLY MERRITT
Chris Piehler is a comic and writer. He has performed at the Comedy Store, the Ice House, Flappers, and the Eagle Rock Comedy Festival. He is the producer and host of Piehler's Variety Pack, a quarterly variety show. His short play "Bachelors" was Brooklyn Decker's stage debut. His plays have been performed around the country, and he also wrote for two seasons of LOGO's "Rick and Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World." WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Dave Sirus CAROLINE'S ON BROADWAY, THE ALYONA SHOW (RT), STAND UP NY, LA COMEDY FESTIVAL, THE HUFFINGTON POST
Dave Sirus has been performing comedy as a stand up, sketch comic, and fake reporter since high school. His comedic counter-protests of the Westboro Baptist Church garnered him attention on the cover of the Huffington Post and on cable news channels such as RT (Russia Today). WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Jeff Charlebois GOOD SAM SITCOM, 1,000 WAYS TO DIE, AMERICA'S FUNNIEST PEOPLE
Jeff Charlebois is not your ordinary comedian. Paralyzed in high school, he refused to get down, instead he got up... up on stage! Billed as a "sit down comic who´s always on a roll," the wheelchair comic has been spreading laughs at clubs, colleges, conferences and fundraisers around the country for over twenty years. He´s performed with Kevin Nealon, Drew Carey, Tom Dreeson, The Grass Roots, Apollonia, Max Gail and Miss Universe.
Jeff direction in life encouraged him to move to Los Angeles to pursue his comedy and acting dreams. He has become a scriptwriter (film & sitcom) and contributing writer for ABILITY Magazine. He has also published two humor books titled Medical Secrets Revealed AND Life Is A Funny Thing. Recently, he wrote, produced and starred in a sitcom called GOOD SAM. Optimistic, where passion overrides obstacles, Jeff continues to tour the country as a comedian. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |