Dan Telfer has been writing and performing comedy for over 15 years. As a writer for The Onion he wrote both editorial content and the web series The Onion´s Extremely Accurate History of the Internet. As a stand-up comic he has toured as an opener for Maria Bamford, Brian Posehn and Patton Oswalt. He was selected to perform at the Chicago Just For Laughs Festival's Best of the Fest show, the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival's Talk of the Fest show, and the coveted New Faces of Comedy showcase of both festivals. In addition to The Onion his writing has appeared in Paste Magazine, The A.V. Club, and the official book based on the TV show Mad Men: The Illustrated World. He is perhaps known best for his stand-up chunk "The Best Dinosaur," which became a runaway viral video hit and earned him a massive internet following.
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Host/MC Kyle Chrise SIXX SENSE W/NIKKI SIXX, DICE: INDESTRUCTIBLE, THE ARTIE LANGE SHOW
Kyle is the only person to write jokes for Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue and play bass for Andrew "Dice" Clay. You can hear him on the nationally-syndicated rock radio show, "Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx." He also appears on the Showtime special: Andrew "Dice" Clay "Indestructible." Artie Lange calls him "The Best Bass Player I've Ever Seen in a Pirates Jersey." In a previous life, Kyle was a writer for the Fox New Channel. In his current life, Kyle is a semi-pro bowler. WEBSITE | BOOK
Lou Stone Borenstein is a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor, whose smart and dry-witted style earns the respect and laughter of audiences and fellow comedians alike. He co-created the web series "Is This Thing On?" along with fellow comic Paul Murdock. Lou performed for many years with the group Cherub Improv, appears in films and commercials, and has won awards and recognition for his writing. He also has a degree in architecture for some reason. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Tim Snook is a stand up and improvisational comic who originally hails from Redding, California. He was bitten by the comedy bug after taking an improv class in college. After taking an ointment for that bug bite, he pursued more improv with UCB Los Angeles and has performed with his team Blood Diamond Phillips since 2009. That same year, the stand up started and there was no looking back. In his free time, Tim enjoys paying off student loan debt at a bare-minimum pace and, when possible, being laughed at for having a last name similar to that of a talentless MTV reality star. BOOK
TJ hails from the great state of Iowa but currently calls Long Beach, California home. S/he is a noted cheese and fish expert, watches Sesame Street on a regular basis, and believes that graduate school was a colossal waste of time. TJ is unlike any other. S/he is queer in both a gender and sexual sense, is a member of the NRA and the ACLU, and has been doing comedy for nearly three decades. TJ is currently working on many comedy projects and hopes to retire from teaching to pursue a full-time career in stand-up. Her students think that would be pretty cool. BOOK
Allie Goertz is a nerdy singer songwriter who performs under the name Cossbysweater. Whether she's singing about pop culture or real life feelings, each song is an earnest approach to the humor and sadness of being a nerd. Allie released her first album in 2013, and has been performing throughout LA since. WEBSITE | | BOOK