Ian Abramson is from Moreno Valley, California, where he learned to walk, read, and drive, but not in that order. His stand-up is a mix of precise wordplay, longer emotionally absurd jokes, and larger conceptual pieces. In 2014 Chicago Magazine named Ian “Best Experimental Comedian” and also listed him in a separate article as one of the “16 Comedians You Should See This Fall.” In 2015 Ian was LA Weekly’s Best Up-and-Coming Comedian and a New Face for the world renowned Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada.
Ian Abramson is a regular contributor to The Onion and also the creator and host of the buzzed-about Comedy Central digital show 7 Minutes in Purgatory where comedians perform to a camera in one room while the audience watches in another room. He was also a creative consultant for Funny or Die’s digital series Our Fascinating Planet starring Demetri Martin. Ian has appeared on CONAN, SeeSo’s The Comedy Show Show, Hulu’s Coming to the Stage and performed at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Pemberton Music Festival in Canada, SXSW and Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin, New York Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, The Onion/A.V. Club festival in Chicago and Funny or Die’s Oddball Festival. Recent TV credits include appearances on History Channel’s Join or Die and on ABC’s The Middle.
Too lazy to shoot hoops and too tall to model, Marcella Arguello stands over 6 feet. Although she may be taller than most men, the only thing more intimidating than her height is her comedy. Marcella mixes a combination of genuine reason with a sexy suggestion of street. Deemed as “sexually and ethnically ambiguous” she appeals to everyone and is not afraid to tell you how she really feels about subjects concerning race, gender, politic, relationships, family, work, music, pop culture and whatever else is on her mind that day.
Time Out Magazine deemed Marcella an “LA Comedian to Watch in 2017” and is a fan favorite on Comedy Central’s @midnight. Most recently, she won her appearance on TruTv’s Comedy Knock Out and can be seen on The UCB Show’s upcoming second season on Seeso. She was featured on Viceland’s Flophouse, and in 2015 on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly; her stand up has been highlighted on rapper Tyler, The Creator’s mobile app and on Fox’s The Real. Her Twitter account (@marcellacomedy) has been featured on CNN, TIME.com, HuffingtonPost.com and various entertainment websites. Marcella just wrapped a stint as a write on the series “Bill Nye Saves the World” for Netflix on which she did some on-camera work as well.
She is a regular opener for Last Comic Standing Winner Felipe Esparza as well as NBC Superstore’s Nico Santos. She has opened for David Alan Grier, Norm MacDonald, J.B. Smoove, Hannibal Buress, Ron Funches, Godfrey, Bryan Callen, Aries Spears, Hasan Minhaj, Al Madrigal, Joey Coco Diaz, Melanie Comarcho, Melissa Villaseñor and has shared a stage with Bill Burr, Paul Mooney and Robin Williams. She has worked at The Improv Comedy Clubs all over the country and is a regular at The Punch Line Comedy Clubs in Northern California. She has performed at San Francisco Sketchfest, Riot LA Comedy Festival, overseas for American troops and comedian Sean Keane referred to her as the “finest export from Modesto since George Lucas.”
Kyle Ayers is a comedian, writer, actor, and all of that sort, living in New York City, by way of his hometown near Kansas City, Missouri. He brings his satirical look at growing up in the small town to the big city, with a unique viewpoint on his generation, our childhoods, and daily life. He has performed in the Brooklyn Comedy Festival and the Laughing Devil Comedy Festival.
He has written for the Roasts on Comedy Central and Friar's Club Roasts. He's written / writes for CBS and its Untitled Sports Show, the New York Times, the Huffington Post, BBC, Wired, Post Grad Problems, Buzzfeed, Yahoo's front page, and more. He also writes for the satirical sports website Korked Bats.
Once a month he hosts Game Night, a Comedy Show, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The show has been featured in the New York Times, Village Voice, and more, and kicked off the inaugural Brooklyn Comedy Festival.
He was the tweeter behind the internet sensation #roofbreakup, where he stumbled upon a couple breaking up on his roof in Brooklyn, and the entire world joined in. #roofbreakup was viewed over 10 MILLION times worldwide, appeared on NPR, BBC, Yahoo, Buzzfeed (2+ million views), and was even reenacted by Jerry Springer.
He also founded, constructed and runs the heralded underground sketch-acting-theater production-weirdness comedy show, "First Comes Love," where comedians and actors act out anonymously written adult film scripts from actual aspiring adult film writers, solicited via Craigslist. The show consistently draws crowds larger than its venue, and performs under various themes, such as "Mad Men adult film scene night."
Joel Kim Booster is a Chicago bred, Brooklyn based comedian, writer and playwright. Born in Jeju, South Korea, Joel was adopted at a young age and moved to the southwest suburbs of Chicago. Both homeschooled and evangelical, Joel has read the bible literally dozens of times, but has no idea where the state of Oregon is on a map. As a comedian he has appeared on Conan, Comedy Central’s The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail and @midnight, Logo’s Comedy Cabaret and truTV’s Comedy Knockout. His writing credits include Billy on the Street and the Comedy Central pilot Problematic with Moshe Kasher.
Joel has performed at numerous comedy clubs, bar basements and festivals all across the country and the world. Most recently and notably he was a New Face for the world renowned Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Canada. Additionally he has featured at Funny or Die's Oddball Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Riot LA, The Mardi Gras Comedy Festival in Sydney, Australia, SXSW and The Bridgetown Comedy Festival. Esquire Magazine recently listed Joel on one of their 10 Comedians to Watch in 2017 and Brooklyn Magazine has named him one of their "50 Funniest People in Brooklyn" saying, "his unbridled honesty feels less like the set-up for a punchline and more like an act of selfless catharsis the rest of us are lucky to witness in real time.”
He was the most recent winner of The Andy Kaufman Award and was named a "Comic to Watch" by Comedy Central, which later presented his live one-man show Brett Davis Is Not Real.
He also is the increasingly frustrated and disturbed host of The Podcast For Laundry where he portrays a laundry obsessive who "forces guests to sit through the truest ramblings of a madman. He wrote, produced and starred in IFC web series Boy Band, the Comedy Central web series Autumn With Dracula and the short film BANANAZZZ.
He has also appeared on The Chris Gethard Show, Jon Glaser Loves Gear, Animals, Our Cartoon President, Comedy Central, Adult Swim, MTV, He has also been on The Best Show, in the films Clara's Ghost (Sundance) and Long Nights, Short Mornings (SXSW), and in numerous music videos.
He has previously co-hosted the erroneously titled comedy showcase, The Macaulay Culkin Show at Brooklyn's Shea Stadium before it closed, and hosts and puts on wild shows around NYC like The Lethal Lottery and The Annual Illuminati Orgy. He was a featured act at SF SketchFest, New York Comedy Festival, The Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival (NYC), High Plains Comedy Festival (Denver), Crom Comedy Fest (Toronto, Denver), Fest (Gainesville), Lincoln Calling and the Brooklyn Comedy Festival.
Originally from Boston, SAM JAY was a standout of the 2017 JUST FOR LAUGHS NEW FACES. Sam is currently the host of RICKING MORTY, the Rick and Morty post show on ADULT SWIM. She recently made her late night television debut on ABC's LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY KIMMEL. Her half hour stand up special will premiere this fall on COMEDY CENTRAL. She was named to the Comedy Central COMICS TO WATCH list in 2015, and has since performed at the New York Comedy Festival, Portland's Bridgetown Festival, The Laugh Your Asheville Off Comedy Festival and Boston's Women In Comedy Festival. Her credits also include COMEDY CENTRAL's WHITE FLIGHT, THE MELTDOWN WITH JONAH AND KUMAIL, MTV's SAFEWORD, and VICELAND's PARTY LEGENDS.
Jackie Kashian's standup has been described as “like listening to a really racy episode of All Things Considered.” Her new album “I AM NOT THE HERO OF THIS STORY” is critically acclaimed and debuted at #1 on iTunes/Amazon and #3 on Billboard.
She hosts The Dork Forest. With over 4 million downloads, the show is a safe space for dork on dork dialog with Jackie interviewing anyone and everyone about what they LOVE to talk and think about.
She is also a co-host to a comedy podcast on the Nerdist Network called The Jackie and Laurie Show. www.jackiekashian.com has links to it all.
Maggie Maye loves candy almost as much as she also loves performing comedy. She made her late night debut on Conan and was featured on Last Call with Carson Daly and AXS TV presents: Gotham Comedy Live. She has also been a featured panelist for Rooster Teeth “What Do You Know?” and has written for the New Yorker. Maggie has performed stand up in festivals such as Bridgetown Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest (as one of the Sketchfest Dozen), FunFunFun Fest, Moontower Comedy & Oddity Festival, SXSW, and the All Jane Comedy Festival. She’s opened for Hannibal Burress, Paul Rodriguez, Gladys Knight, and Earth, Wind and Fire. She’s had her name in comedy articles in the Huffington Post, Variety, LaughSpin, the New York Times, Splitsider, who named her among the 2015 top up-and-coming comics and an “On the Verge” comedian, the Austin American Statesman, who named her as one of 2015’s People to Watch, and the Austin Chronicle, who named her 2016’s Best of Austin Stand up Comic. She performed improv comedy with her troupe Damn, Gina! and in various sketch and improv shows around Austin before moving to Los Angeles. Her comedy is described in the same way she is: sassy, charming, and smart. Also, a 6-year-old once told her she was the funniest person ever. And kids rarely lie.
my Miller is a fast-rising talent on the West Coast and national scene. Originally from the East Bay, Amy found her comedy chops in the Bay Area and is still a regular at the SF Punch Line and Cobb’s Comedy Club. After a move to Portland, Amy quickly rose to the top of the Pacific Northwest comedy scene, winning Portland’s Funniest Comedian in Helium Comedy Club’s contest, as well as being voted Portland’s Funniest 2013 and 2015 in the Willamette Week. Amy was a breakout favorite in Season 9 of Last Comic Standing. Roseanne Barr called her “a star” and a “contender for next alpha female comedian.” Keenen Ivory Wayans said she had one of the “fiercest jokes he had ever heard.” Amy is currently in LA and works comedy clubs and festivals around the country, working with headliners from Norm Macdonald to Arsenio Hall to singer Ryan Adams.
Amy’s debut album Solid Gold is available on Kill Rock Stars, and was named one of the top 10 comedy albums of 2016 by the Interrobang. You may have also heard her on NPR, Doug Loves Movies, or the Bennington Show.
Originally from Annapolis, Maryland, Brandie Posey is a stand up comedian, writer, & producer who calls LA's comedy scene home. She has been featured as a performer at the New York Comedy Festival, RIOT Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, FEST in Gainesville, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Tig Notaro's Bentzen Ball, among many others. She has opened for the legendary punk band Against Me! and has appeared on MTV, E! and Comedy Central. Brandie made her feature film debut in the indie dark comedy, "The Worst Year Of My Life" directed by Jonathan Smith and her first stand up record Opinion Cave debuted at #1 on iTunes and #12 on Billboard.com.
Brandie tours the country, headlining every dark corner with a microphone. She is the co-creator and host of Picture This, a popular comedy-animation show with franchises in LA, Portland, New York, Philadelphia and San Francisco. Picture This is currently in development with TruTV. At the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and The Hollywood Improv, Brandie co-hosts Lady to Lady alongside Barbara Gray and Tess Barker. Lady to Lady is also a celebrated weekly podcast on the Maximum Fun Podcast Network with over 3.5 million downloads and loyal fans around the world.
Shane Torres is a New York based standup comedian, writer, and actor originally from Fort Worth, TX. Having made his late night debut on Conan in 2016, you may have also seen him on Last Comic Standing or on IFC’s Comedy Bang Bang. He was featured at the Montreal Just For Laugh’s festival as a New Faces in 2013 and was one of Comedy Central’s Comics to Watch in 2012.
Shane has performed at many festivals all over the country including JFL, Outsidelands, RIOT LA, SF Sketchfest, Moontower, High Plains, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival, and many more. Shane has appeared on popular podcast such as Savage Love and Comedy Bang Bang. He tours across the globe at comedy clubs, rock venues, and theaters.
Shane’s Comedy Central half hour and album was released in fall 2017.
Los Angeles-based comedian Dave Waite is a charismatic oddball whose shows are non-stop fun. Thanks in part to stellar performances on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” Comedy Central’s “Not Safe with Nikki Glaser” and “Last Comic Standing,” comedy fans everywhere are enthralled by the Kentucky native’s offbeat outlook on life. Dave is a beloved guest on several top-rated podcasts and radio shows, including Doug Loves Movies and the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show. His highly anticipated album “Dead Waite” by On Tour Records is available now on Amazon & iTunes, and his previous albums can be heard frequently on SiriusXM and Pandora. In addition to maintaining a healthy tour schedule, Dave also co-produces The Secret Show, a popular comedy night at The Blind Barber in Culver City, CA.
Danielle Arce is a comedian originally from Phoenix, Arizona now living in Los Angeles, California. She started doing stand-up comedy in 2011. She has performed in various venues all over the country as well as overseas in Japan and Australia. Her witty and sincere comedy is guaranteed to please. She's hard-hitting, real, and relatable, and always an audience favorite. Notable clubs Danielle has performed at: - The Comedy Store (LA) - Flapper's Comedy Club (Burbank & Claremont) - The Nerdist Showroom (LA) - The Ice House (Pasadena) - Levity Live (Oxnard) - The Mad House Comedy Club (San Diego) - The Comedy Palace (San Diego) - Comedy Heights (San Diego) - House of Comedy (Phoenix) - The Velveeta Room (Austin) - The Comic's Lounge (Melbourne) - Tokyo Comedy Store (Tokyo) - Stand-Up Tokyo (Tokyo)
She is all over social media and YouTube, and you can find all info and links on her website: www.daniellearce.com.
Tony B has been performing for over 6 years. He started in improv and eventually found stand up where he uses his skills in improv to create a performance that is spontaneous and high energy. Tony is a regular at Rick Bronson's House of Comedy and The Comedy Spot in Scottsdale, Az and has performed in comedy clubs and festivals across the country.
Sari Beliak is a writer and comedian from Phoenix. Her writing has been featured on sites like Reductress, ClickHole, National Lampoon, and McSweeney's. She is a regular contributor at The Hard Times where she gets paid to write about her love for Morrissey. She is currently living in Chicago completing an Apprenticeship with The Onion and is probably complaining about how cold she is at this very moment.
Tristan Bowling is a 19-year-old local comedian coming out of Buckeye, Arizona. For the past almost three years, he has been doing comedy all around the valley, getting to go up at shows big and small. He can't wait to see where his dumb jokes take him.
Gabe Bravo is a quick witted comedian who contrasts short, potent jokes with a slow, apathetic style. Gabe has been called “Houston’s funniest comedian” by PaperCity Magazine, and his act was called “one of the best things I saw at Fun Fun Fun Fest in 2014.” Gabe has done Funny or Die's Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Houston Whateverfest, Come & Take It Comedy Takeover, and a number of other festivals. He has worked with many comedians of note, including Pete Holmes, Tom Segura, Bobcat Goldthwait, Kurt Braunohler, Myq Kaplan, T.J. Miller, Ari Shaffir, Sheng Wang, and many more. Also, he has toured with Todd Barry.
Robert Buscemi has two original hour-long albums on Rooftop Records: "Palpable" and "One Pretty Peacock."
He appears in the Netflix film TODD BARRY: THE CROWD WORK TOUR, and KONG: SKULL ISLAND director Jordan Vogt-Roberts filmed Buscemi’s stand-up film (T)WIT: ROBERT BUSCEMI LIVE IN CHICAGO.
BUSCEMI did an epic 2.5 hour interview on Pete Holmes’s "You Made It Weird” podcast, and before he moved to LA the Chicago Reader named Buscemi “Best Comic” in the city.
Buscemi is a veteran of the 2017 Bird City Comedy Festival, the Bridgetown Comedy Fest (4 times), San Francisco Sketchfest, the Chicago Improv Fest, and the Rooftop Aspen Comedy Fest, and is a two-time Andy Kaufman Award semi-finalist.
As an actor, Buscemi recently acted opposite Jon Voight and Liev Schrieber in RAY DONOVAN; Hugh Laurie in the HULU thriller CHANCE; and Martin Starr, Fred Melamed and Deborah Ann Woll in the forthcoming indie film SILVER LAKE. He’s also acted in MARVEL'S AGENT CARTER on ABC and PITCH on FOX.
He’s run the monthly LA house-party comedy show “SURPRISE w/ Rob & Sofiya” for five years.
Jimmy Callaway is a comedian originally from San Diego, California, now making his home in L.A. (short for Los Angeles). In fall of 2015, he published his first novel, Lupo Danish Never Has Nightmares, to the delight of tens.
Jamie Carbone is a comedian whose jokes are a combination of nerdy experiences and faking adulthood that have helped him find a voice for himself, originally in West Virginia, now in Chicago. He has been a featured performer for festivals across the country, including Boston's Thunderfest and Columbus' Whiskey Bear Comedy Festival, and is a past winner of West Virginia's Last Comic Standing. In Chicago he has produced Stupid Smart Comedy and Snack Attack, a show where delicious snacks and hilarious jokes come together. With his free time, he gets into arguments about Frasier on the internet.
Bianca Cristovao is an international stand up comic. She was last year Laugh Factory's Funniest Person in the World finalist as well as this year HBO Comedy Wings finalist and appeared on Czech Late Night television show. When she doesn't perform stand up comedy she writes and directs (WhoHaha, channel 101) She also hosts a podcast (Mixed Up with Bianca and Madison) and produces her monthly comedy show the Iron Curtain. She's been recently seen at the Second City Comedy festival in Hollywood and Baron Vaughn's residency at the Hollywood Improv.
Lisa Curry is a nationally touring comedian and TV writer who began her career as part of Second City Hollywood's house improv ensemble. She has appeared on The Mystery Hour on FOX and was recently profiled by PBS for their docuseries, 'Angeleno'. Lisa has written for Mtv, Comedy Central, Fuse, and most recently, Comedy Knockout on TruTV. Her standup is dark, smart and deeply personal.
Andrew Deacon has performed comedy all across the country. He’s spent six years honing his craft at comedy clubs, festivals, bars, laundromats, La Quinta Inn ballrooms, public park gazeebos, weddings and wakes. His humor comes from weird observations, an affinity for wordplay and complaints about his tiny hands.
He has opened for several successful stand-up comedians, such as Maria Bamford, Michael Ian Black, Kyle Kinane, Karen Kilgariff, Joey Diaz and more. All of them complimented Deacon on punctuality. He’s also performed on 7 Minutes in Purgatory, Julian Loves Music, Late Late Breakfast and Naked Roast Battle at Skankfest NYC.
Anthony Desamito is a seven-year stand-up comedian and taco enthusiast from Arizona. Anthony has appeared on "Laughs" on FOX and on The Doug Stanhope Podcast. He is the Winner of the 1st Annual AZ's Funniest Person with a Day Job.
Anthony co-hosts an amazing show at the Hollywood Improv Lab called Ya Feel?, he is a 2016 Finalist in the Scriptapalooza TV Sitcom Writing Competition and his comedy has been featured on The Advocate and Inverse. He co-hosts a podcast in which he recaps episodes of the Golden Girls called, "Thank You for Being a Podcast."
Anthony is also a ghost, trapped on among the living looking for his chopped manboobs. Late at night, in the Renaissance Hotel, you can sometimes hear him through the halls calling out, "Moooooooobs."
Trejon Dunkley is a Phoenix-based stand-up, actress and storyteller. She is currently the host of Grand Ave Pizza Company's open mic, and Great Exposure, a monthly show where comics raise money for charity by showing what their mamas gave em. Trejon has performed for Untidy Secrets, Barflies, both monthly storytelling events in Phoenix, has appeared as co-counsel on The Storrs Objection, and can be seen at various open mics across the Valley. Trejon featured as Rayna Dollins on the upcoming sitcom "Buddies", set to premiere in 2018. When she's not working, Trejon is trying to live a life that will trick her niece into thinking she's cool .
Mike Enders, without a doubt, is one of the fastest rising comics on the scene today. With an explosive delivery and new age point of view, Mike continues to win the hearts of audiences with an honest look at who he is and how he fits in today's world.
Mike moved to the Valley after racking up numerous parking tickets and offending numerous bartenders in the city of Chicago. He quickly made a name for himself, placing as a finalist in Arizona's Funniest Comedian. He has had the privilege of working with talented comedians such as Mark Normand , Dov Davidoff, and Jerrod Carmichael.
He cohosts a weekly podcast, Please Send Nudes with fellow comedian Charles Engle. Together, they break down a wide variety of topics pertaining to the modern dating world. PSN has amassed a loyal following and is available on iTunes and Stitcher.
Spearmint has been performing together since January 2014 and is a Harold team at the Torch Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona. Spearmint has performed in the Del Close Marathon in NYC in 2014 and 2015. They have also performed at the 2016 and 2017 Phoenix Improv Festival.
Alex Falcone is a comedian and writer living in Portland, OR. He’s been on the IFC show Portlandia a handful of times and he’s appeared at bunch of comedy festivals including Bridgetown, Bumbershoot, Sketchfest, and the Brooklyn Comedy Festival. His writing has been quoted in Rolling Stone, VOX, Boing Boing, and been featured on the front page of Reddit multiple times. In early 2017, he published his debut novel, a young adult romance called Unwrap My Heart about a girl who falls in love with a sexy mummy. Publisher’s Weekly called it “unfortunate.”
And one time, Salt & Straw even named an ice cream flavor after him ("Falcognac") and it was delicious. Despite these modest accomplishments, he’s somehow remained totally down to earth and approachable.
Ella Gale is a comedian and comedy writer in Los Angeles, California. A former engineer and unpaid intern, her comedy has been described by the Austin Chronicle as “exceedingly clever”. A witty writer, she tries to keep her nerdiest jokes a little dirty, and vice versa. She’s been a favorite with Austin comedy juggernaut Master Pancake, and has performed at the Bridgetown and Limestone comedy festivals. She writes satire for Reductress and The Hard Times, and hosts the Hard Times Live in Los Angeles.
Born and raised in a suburb of Philadelphia, Kerrilynn Gallagher prides herself on her east coast roots. Her comedy stems from her 30-something experiences with family and friends as well as commentary on current events. You can catch her performing on local Phoenix comedy shows and she has featured for Mark Normand and Ryan Singer - hopefully she can add more to that list!
Ryan Gaumont has been producing sketch comedy since he was 15 years old. That's longer than he's been sexually active! He spent 10 years with the troupe Bully Mammoth that performed new shows regularly at venues like Space 55 and the Tempe Center for the Arts and also performed at two Big Pine Comedy Festivals and the first Bird City Comedy Festival. He's also been in the foreground and background of a couple commercials on television. Now entering his 30s, Showmont is his first solo sketch venture. A one man tour de force of videos produced and edited by him, live sketches that sometimes include friends, and music that he sometimes has talented friends help him with. Showmont is the culmination of Ryan's years doing sketch comedy in fancy theaters, stinky art galleries, hot black box theaters, dart board corners of bars, coffee shops, empty record stores at 2pm, weird fusion restaurants, movie theaters, and once even at a Mormon church.
According to Wikipedia... Paul Goebel is an American actor, comedian and television presenter.
Jason is the host of The Broken Hearts Podcast where each week a new guest picks up the pieces of their broken heart to share their stories of lost love, failure and humiliation. As a stand up comedian Jason shares his own heart breaks, shortcomings and insecurities with random strangers who are trying to laugh. It can all lead to some heavy awkward moments, but isn’t that the best time to make a joke?
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Amanda Hurley is a fun and flirty feral dog. She is also a comedian from Arizona who now lives in New York City. She is a regular at Caroline's on Broadway and she recently performed in the Women in Comedy Festival, Beast Village Comedy Festival, Bird City Comedy Festival, Big Pine Comedy Festival and Tucson Comedy Arts Festival.
Jessie "Jetski" Johnson is a Phoenix, Arizona native who, in mid 2017, moved to HOLLYWOOD BABY! Funny story: back around 2015 she changed her stage name to "Jetski" Johnson and after a few months and some major legal battles later, Kawasaki forced her to change her name back. She won a jetski out of the settlement and rides it often in her luxurious beach house on the pacific ocean.
She also works on Literally The Worst Show Ever
Michael Paul Kohn
Michael Paul Kohn is a stand-up comic from Phoenix, Arizona. At first glance, he may appear to smell of corn dogs. But rest assured, he is 100% showered, all the time. Michael first graced the stage in 2013 with his confusing combination of husky-yet-trim, smart-but-stupid. He is quite the nice guy, but he will never ever help you move or drive you to the airport. Although he is in the beginning years of his thirties, he has been described as looking "at least 40". In his spare time, which is all the time, MPK likes to craft intricate pieces of modern art out of fast food. It is an ever-expanding gallery entitled "Kohn Admires Art", and contains such pieces as, "Halloween masks made of Arby's" and "Wind chimes made of Panda Express". Michael has been on the Big Pine and Bird City comedy festivals. He has been runner-up in a few comedy contests, just like he has been runner-up for most things he has ever tried.