Miss Eagle appeared in an ABC Pilot with Jason Alexander and was the host of Comcast On Demand's UNConventional. She has been seen on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comedy Central and Byron Allen's Comics Unleashed, following which she became a contributing writer. She is most proud of the unique experience performing throughout Iraqi bases for the troops. She was showcased in HBO´s US Comedy Arts Festival in her solo show, Stones From Glass Houses followed by the second in the series, Mood Disorders: A Light-Hearted Romp Through Crippling Depression, featured at the Los Angeles Women´s Theatre Festival. She recently completed a pilot for the E! Entertainment Network, and has been seen in a series of memorable commercials beside Jay Mohr and football legend, Boomer Esiahson.
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Host/MC Caitlin Comeskey WESTSIDE COMEDY THEATRE, FLAPPERS BURBANK, THE COMEDY STORE
Caitlin Comeskey is a classically trained actress originally from Dallas, Texas. For four years, Caitlin trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting through New York University´s Tisch School of the Arts. While studying in NY, she performed in several stage plays, including an Off-off Broadway production of Charles Mee´s Summertime. Since arriving in L.A., Caitlin has been seen at Flappers, The Comedy Store, The Laugh Factory, the West Side Comedy Theatre, countless bars, and private events. Follow her on Twitter: @CaitlinComeskey WEBSITE | BOOK
Stacy Roquemore is a comedian, actor and writer. He's been performing stand-up for eight years, getting his start at the Improv in southern Florida, and now performing locally at such venues as Comedy Works and the Denver Improv. Stacy was a finalist in the Funniest Comic in Palm Beach, and was a featured comic at the Laugh Track Comedy Festival 2010. Stacy's stand-up is inspired by true stories from his life, where he never fails to find the hilarity in any situation. BOOK
Comedian Matthew Nye IRON MAN 3, BURN NOTICE, SOUTH BEACH TOW (BIG P), MTV MOBILE ,
Amir Mir is a stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles, California. Originally from Palmdale, California, Amir moved to Los Angeles to begin his stand-up comedy career in 2013. You can find him on Twitter at twitter.com/ImAmirMir WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Mike Menendez THE LAUGH FACTORY-CHICAGO, LAUGH FACTORY LONG BEACH, JON LOVITZ COMEDY CLUB
Mike just moved from Chicago to Los Angeles in September. Originally from Miami, FL, he attended the same high school as Fidel Castro (not at the same time of course) and was voted funniest kid in school by his peers. Mike, however, was disqualified before the votes were revealed because the administration did not want to reward him for countless hours of disrupting the educational experience of others. He would like to point out that the "others" are all in law school so obviously he did not do that well of a job. BOOK
Brent Melekian is a SoCal native who performs regularly in the Ventura and L.A. areas. Brent spends his time not amounting to much and not fulfilling his potential. When not doing that, he can be found looking for a good bowl of soup. BOOK
Comedian Brian Elder THE COMEDY STORE, MBAR , FLAPPERS, & OTHER VENUES AROUND LA,
Hailing from the mean streets of Long Island, NY, Brian is a former east-coaster trying to make his way in the world of standup comedy. Though he's only been at it a short time, Brian has already shared a stage with some big names and hopes to keep his momentum going here in LA. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Fielding Edlow, a performer/writer and native New Yorker. Her one-woman show, Coke-Free J.A.P. premiered in the NYC Fringe Festival and received the "Best of Fringe award" from Backstage. Recent film credits include "Magic Mike" and "Behind The Candelabra", both directed by Steven Soderbergh. She regularly performs stand-up at the Comedy Store, M Bar, the Improv and recently made it to the semi-finals in the Flappers Funniest Female Contest. BOOK
SCOUT DURWOOD is a recent LA transplant having spent the last five years in New York City. She is a chanteuse and comedienne as well as a founding member of Mighty Little Productions. Her one woman musical, "Hi, How Can I Help You?" debuted in August 2010 at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was developed thanks to a grant from Brooklyn Arts Exchange. Her work has been featured on The Howard Stern Show, CBS Radio, The Miss America Pageant, Comix Comedy Club, Gotham, Joe´s Pub, La Mama, Duane Park, Galapagos Art Space, and just about every venue in New York City with a stage and a mic. She currently resides in Los Angeles and is the host of Whimsy! A Night of Musical Comedy at The Improv Lab. (www.scoutdurwood.com) WEBSITE | | BOOK