Tony has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Real Time with Bill Maher and lots of other shows that have been cancelled. He's has performed at The Just For Laughs festival in Montreal as well as The HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, as well as the Melbourne Comedy festival in Australia. Tony has written for programs on NBC, VH1, and Comedy Central, in addition to being co-creator/ performer of The Marijuana-Logues.
Ed is an Emmy winning writer and a creator, performer, producer and development exec. You may have seen him on or run into him in the hallways of: The Sopranos, Hot in Cleveland, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Just Shoot Me, Ellen, Dr. Katz, Conan, Whose Line is it Anyway?, Dancing with The Stars, Win Ben Stein's Money. He also wrote a critically acclaimed solo show I'm Not Perfect and hosted radio shows and podcasts in LA and San Francisco.
Jimmy is a stand-up comedian and political commentator best known for hosting The Jimmy Dore Show and co-hosting The Aggressive Progressives on The Young Turks network. His political views can be described as progressive, populist, leftist, anti-establishment and anti-war. Jimmy has appeared in his own Comedy Central special and is the author of Citizen Jimmy and Your Country Is Just Not That In To You.
Al is an actor and stand-up comedian. He has performed at many of the leading comedy clubs throughout the world including Caroline's, The Take Out Comedy Club Hong Kong and Comic Strip Live. he has made appearances in the movies, Next Stop Wonderland and Comedy Express Presents: Al Ducharme: Spineless and Lovin' It. Ed currently plays Anthony in the Netflix series, F Is For Family. His Youtube series, The Two Dicks with Al Romas is a real hoot
John is an actor and comedian. He is currently a cast member on Netflix's W/ Bob & David and previously on HBO's Mr. Show with Bob and David. Other roles include Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Zodiac, and the reboot of Twin Peaks. You can also see John in the critically acclaimed short film, Bill's Leaving. John is also the proud proprietor of the Yard Theater in Los Angeles.
Dana is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer and voice artist who has been featured on HBO, Showtime, and Comedy Central. He was also a producer on the Simpsons. Dana is the creator of IFC’s Stan Against Evil and his podcast, The Dana Gould Hour, is a big hit with people who have smartphones and computers. Dana is also the writer of the graphic novel, Planet Of The Apes Visionaries, which is based on the original screenplay by Rod Serling.
Chris is a stand up comedian, actor and musician who started out in the San Francisco comedy scene. His comedy album, No Really, I'm Not Funny, is available in record stores everywhere. Chris is also a member of the band, The Clutter Family. You may have seen him on VH1’s Two Drink Minimum. Chris is currently in Los Angeles researching a role of a high powered banker.
The voice of T Mobile, Jeff is the writer/director of the soon to be released award winning feature Captain Black. You may have seen him in the movies Terminator Genisys, and Haunting of Cell Block 11. He has played the handsome guy on numerous TV shows like Vegas, Burn Notice and HBO's Lovecraft Country. Jeff is also a fantastic musician and an ordained minister of the Universal Life Church.
Jackie Kashian is a comic whose current album, I Am Not The Hero Of This Story, was the #1 comedy album on iTunes and Amazon and is critically acclaimed. She is in the thirteenth year of her podcast The Dork Forest, where she talks with people about what they love to do, think about and collect. She also has a podcast with Laurie Kilmartin where they complain and celebrate standup comedy. It is called The Jackie and Laurie Show.
Jonathan is a comedian, actor, and voice actor best known for his starring role in the animated sitcom Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist. He also is known for voicing Erik Robbins in the UPN/Adult Swim series Home Movies. Jonathan produces the podcast, Hey, We're Back and can be heard on the Explosion Bus. A consummate musician, Jonathan was the musical director for Robin Williams' 1979 stand up tour.
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Jill is an alumnis of The Second City and is known for her work as a cast member of FOX's The Edge and Mr. Show. Jill voices Karen on SpongeBob SquarePants, Sarah Dubois and various other characters on Adult Swim's The Boondocks, Nina, Gretchen and Ms. Mucus on Camp Lazlo, and Rita Loud on The Loud House.
Tom is an actor, voice artist and singer. He is known for voicing the title character in the SpongeBob SquarePants TV series, video games, and films. Tom's voice has appeared in Winny The Pooh, Frankenweenie and the Transformers movies. You can also catch him in the animated series Adventure Time and The Powerpuff Girls. He also fronts for the band “Tom Kenny & The High Seas.
Kyle is a stand-up comedian, actor and voice actor and is currently the voice of Comedy Central. He plays Rod on the TruTV series, Those Who Can't. You may have seen him on Last Call with Carson Daly, Live At Gotham, Conan and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Kyle also runs his own Podcast along with fellow comedian and outdoor cat, Dave Stone, entitled The Boogie Monster.
Paul is the former owner of the legendary Fake Gallery in Los Angeles. He is a writer, actor, artist and comedian. He has been fired from the Jon Stewart Show, The Chris Rock Show, John leguizamo's House Of Buggin', Ellen and so many more. You have seen him in the movies, Punchline and Shakes The Clown. Paul also has his own pack of nasty little dogs.
Wendy has performed on Carson, Letterman, Leno, Fallon, Kimmel, Ferguson, and Hollywood Squares, and in clubs across America. She has done specials for HBO, Comedy Central and Showtime, and was a Semi-Finalist on NBC’s America's Got Talent, Season 9. She lives in Los Angeles with her family and produces “Locally Grown Comedy” in Studio City, a monthly show featuring the best stand-ups around. Check out her DVD: Wendy Liebman: Taller on TV on Amazon.
Ron is a stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. He has appeared in a number of movies and television shows, including Corporate, Corpse Tub, Another Period, Dope State, Comedy Bang! Bang!, and Portlandia. His long running show in Los Angeles, The Tomorrow Show, sells out weekly.
An actor, writer and comedian, George has written several stage plays including, Waiting For Whitey, At The Funny Factory, In A Better Place and Whistling Past The Graveyard. His screenplays include, Both Guns Blazing, Still In The Picture and The Spider Sequence. George has appeared in Monument Ave. , Celtic Pride, Bluff and When Stand-up Stood Out. In 2005, George made his directorial debut with Why Work?, a sketch comedy show that played in The Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Eugene is a comedian and writer known for playing Yvgeny Mirminsky on Delocated and voicing Gene Belcher on the animated comedy, Bob's Burgers. Eugene played Eugene in Flight Of The Conchords and was the voice of the spokes-potato on the food network.
Suzy Nakamura is an actress and comedian known for her many guest appearances on sitcoms such as According to Jim, Half and Half, 8 Simple Rules, Curb Your Enthusiasm and How I Met Your Mother and her recurring role in the early seasons of the drama The West Wing as assistant to the Sam Seaborn character, as well as Dr. Miura in the ABC sitcom Modern Family. Most recently Suzy played Allison Park on ABC’s Dr Ken.
Martin Olson is a comedy writer, television producer, author and composer. He is known for his unusual subject matter, and is an original member of the Boston Comedy Scene. Martin is the author of The Encyclopedia Of Hell. Most recently, Martin played Hunson Abadeer aka The Lord of Evil on Cartoon Network's Adventure time. Martin also wrote Phineas And Ferb: Across The 2nd Dimension.
Olivia is an actress and singer-songwriter, mostly known for her voice roles as Vanessa Doofenshmirtz in Phineas and Ferb and Marceline the Vampire Queen in Adventure Time. Olivia has appeared on The Tracy Morgan Show and the Ellen DeGeneres Show. She also played the character of Joanna in the 2003 film Love Actually and its 2017 short sequel Red Nose Day Actually.
Natalie is an actress, comedian and writer. She stars as Buttercup in the 2016 Powerpuff Girls series that airs on Cartoon Network. She reprised her role as Buttercup in the Uncle Grandpa episode Pizza Eve during the Grampies short. Natalie also won Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2017.
While Paul was visiting a "friend" at Chowchilla Women's State Prison, he inadvertently helped Ebbie escape and she has voluntarily been indebted to him ever since. She starred in her own off off off Broadway one woman show: I'm Sorry You're Here. I Don't Really Have A Show. Ebbie now writes and acts on The National Lampoon Final Edition.
Bernie’s TV credits include Gotham Comedy Live, hosting Comedy.TV (currently syndicated), and hosting The Gossip Queens (also syndicated). You may have seen her standup, hosting, panel and acting spots on Netflix, Comedy Central, TV Guide Channel, FOX, FoxNews, HLN, CNBC, VH-1, TBS, etc. Bernadette’s podcast, The Bernie And Al Podcast is very popular among people who listen to things.
Eddie, also known as The Bitter Buddha, has made regular appearances on WTF with Marc Maron, Late Night With Conan O’Brien, The Sarah Silverman Program and Flight Of The Conchords. You may have seen him in the movie, Old School. Eddie’s podcast, PepTalks, is very popular in some circles.
Originally from Denver, Roger is a comedian, actor writer and producer. Roger has worked on Weekends At The DL and several Comedy Central roasts. Roger also has the shortest bio on this webpage. I'm sure he's done many fantastic things, I just don't feel like looking them up at the moment.
Bob is a giant Jew from West Virginia and a legendary Bay Area stand up comedian. You may have seen him in the movies, The Animal and The Boondock Saints 2 All Saints Day. Bob’s podcast, Bananaland, reached number 1 on The Dale Peterson Podcast Rankings 273 weeks in a row.
Fresh off his second nationwide “Rescue Me Comedy Tour” with Denis Leary. You may have seen him as Kevin the Biker Fireman on F/X’s hit show Rescue Me starring Denis Leary and as Pat the Cop on ABC’s It’s All Relative with Lenny Clarke. He has also appeared on Late night with Conan O’Brien, The Late Show with David Letterman, Comics Come Home for Comedy Central and Showtime’s A Pair of Jokes. Kenny has also made film appearances in Fever Pitch and There’s Something About Mary.
Fred is a stand-up comedian, actor, author, writer, and voice artist. He is best known for portraying Gerard on Everybody Loves Raymond. Fred is the author of, Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star, My Seinfeld Year. You may have seen him in Dumb And Dumber, Little Man and Austin Powers In Goldmember.
Actor, comedian, writer and animator, Mike has made animated films for a number of professional wrestlers including Colt Cabana. His Youtube series also include, Doodle Time With Mr. Timpson, and Timpson’s tips. Mike is currently animating segments of The Jimmy Dore Show. If you have a turtle that needs babysitting, call Mike.
One of the original members of Cross Comedy and The Flerby Humans, David is an actor comedian and podcaster. You may have seen him in the movies, Eight Legged Freaks, Next Friday, Who’s The Caboose and Coronado. David’s podcast, Y Tunes Shuffle is beloved by many.
Steven Alexander Wright is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and film producer. He is known for his distinctly lethargic voice and slow, deadpan delivery. There are rumors that Steven served as a Green Beret and was once a Twyla Tharp dancer. But those are just rumors that I just started.
Stefane, also known as the “Miserable Liberal” lives in beautiful Pasadena with no hope in sight. She’s the host of “Comedy & Everything Else”, a writer for The Jimmy Dore Show on The Young Turks Network and if that’s not enough, she is an educator with over twenty years of experience. She thinks big thoughts and plans to share them with you.