Host/MC Erik Escobar NBC'S LAST COMIC STANDING, FOOD NETWORK, CRAIG'S LIST
If you like husky Mexipinos and poop jokes, you´ll love Erik Escobar. He currently does stand up comedying at colleges and clubs all throughout the US both individually and with The Almost Asian Comedy Tour. Described as the tall, dark, and awkward voice of the millennials, this is one act you do not want to miss. Erik can also be seen weekly at The Improv Space Theatre performing with The 400 Cat and is a company member at ComedySportz LA. He is a writer for ISA TV's The Weekly Rewind and The upcoming television show, PAYBACK! He is the producer and host of Escobar Evenings at Flappers Comedy Club with credits from NBC's Last Comic Standing, The Next Food Network Star, Comedy Central and more. WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian Jen Murphy LAST COMIC STANDING, NBC, COMICS UNLEASHED, ABC, TLC HALF HOUR SPECIAL
Jennifer Murphy has been doing stand up comedy Los Angeles after beginning her Stand Up career in New York at a workshop with Colin Quinn. She has also studied Improv and Sketch Comedy with Second City Training Center. Since moving to L.A. she has performed on all the major club stages of the Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store, and Laugh Factory. She has been seen in a National Febreeze ad, and in 2008 and 2010 appeared as a contestant on Last Comic Standing on NBC. You may have also seen her on Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen on ABC, or the half hour special "This Is Why You´re Still Single" on TLC. She recently became a client of New Wave Entertainment! WEBSITE | | BOOK
Bryan Cook is the host and creator of the Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction live show and podcast. He was featured on Kyle Kinane's chill.com special, Dancing Around the Shit Fire, and has written for Joan Rivers. BOOK
Comedian Zoltan E! ENTERTAINMENT, SPIKE TV, LOS ANGELES COMEDY FEST.
On August 10, 2006, Zoltan got onstage to perform stand-up comedy for the first time, and bombed.
From that day forward, he dedicated himself to perfecting his comedic art. Once he found his unique storytelling style, his budding career was off and running.
Performing in comedy festivals, winning comedy contests, and doing his thing in clubs and at colleges, Zoltan was stamping his name onto the national comedy scene. In early 2011, he released his first CD, entitled Naked Cartwheels. He hopes it will stand the test of time, and survive the impending doom of 2012. BOOK