Host/MC Michael Rayner BANANAS, DAVID LETTERMAN, ENERGIZER BATTERIES, G4 TV,
"As with the best magicians–indeed, as with the best performers–it's not the difficulty of his tricks but the way he delivers those tricks that makes him endearing and engaging." Michael has appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman, The Extreme Gong Show and Sesame Street. He might appear on Yo Gabba Gabba. WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian Brad Williams COMEDY CENTRAL, MIND OF MENCIA, LIVE AT GOTHAM, JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE, THE TONIGHT SHOW
Comedian Brad Williams has lived a true comic Cinderella story. Born with Achondroplastic dwarfism, Brad would endure countless taunts and gawks from classmates and random people on the street. Instead of crying about it, Brad turned to humor. He discovered that by making jokes about his condition, he could make other people comfortable and get laughs in the process. Stand-up was a logical step for Brad and he began hitting the local open mic nights. One night at a Carlos Mencia show, Carlos asked Brad if he wanted to do time. After his set, Mencia decided to bring Brad on the road with him as his opening act. Brad has been touring with Carlos ever since, even making a few appearances on The Mind of Mencia. Brads ability to make humorous observations that make everyone comfortable with difference is winning over audiences and proving that anyone can overcome their shortcomings. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Whitney Cummings WHITNEY ON NBC, 2 BROKE GIRLS CREATOR, MTV PUNK'D, LOVE YOU MEAN IT, CHELSEA LATELY
Whitney Cummings is a Los Angeles based comedian, actor, writer and producer.
Cummings co-created and co-wrote, along with Michael Patrick King, the CBS comedy 2 Broke Girls, which will return this Fall for a 3rd season. She also wrote, produced and starred in her autobiographical sitcom Whitney, which aired on NBC for 2 seasons between September 2011 – April 2013.
Cummings appears regularly on E!´s, Chelsea Lately and has appeared on Comedy Central´s Roasts. Her one-hour stand up special, Money Shot, premiered on Comedy Central in August 2010 and was nominated for an American Comedy Award later that year. BOOK