Bobbie Oliver is one of Los Angeles´ funniest comics, but she had to come a long way to get here. Born Barbara "Bobbie" Evans in Covington, GA, a small town outside Atlanta whose chief claim to fame was being used for location shooting for The Dukes of Hazard TV series, Bobbie grew up in a two-bedroom, one-bathroom trailer inhabited by a family of seven. Bobbie found escape in staying up late with her father to watch The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, which became an inspiration to her. In 1987, while at LaGrange College on a Theatre scholarship, Bobbie began doing standup. She was hooked! After graduating in 1990, she went on the road for 8 years based out of Athens, GA. Bobbie then moved to Los Angeles in 1998 with her writer husband Chris, and still performs in comedy clubs and colleges all over the country.
Comedian Steve Cooper COMEDY STORE, DANGERFIELD'S, ICE HOUSE
Steve Cooper performed over 2500 shows in the early 90's and recently has made a return to the world of stand-up. He has opened for Denis Leary and Andrew "Dice" Clay and many other top acts. His humor considered "creative stupidty" blends his observations and social commentary. He also has a succesful blog called Cooper Talk where he skewers society and shares his views on life. (Coopertalk.blogspot.com) WEBSITE | | BOOK
An LA-based comedian, Vince Caldera started stand -up at the age of 16. Vince has since performed at a local comedy festival, local shows, and at The Improv. Vince is also a writer for the NELA Arts Newspaper. BOOK