Philly native Jimmy Shubert began performing stand-up right out of high school. After moving to Los Angeles, Sam Kinison included him as one of the original "Outlaws of Comedy". His hour-long stand-up comedy special won Punchline's top 10 comedy dvds for 2010.
A plethora of television credits; most recently Jimmy has appeared on "Two Broke Girls" and "Off Their Rockers". He also has been seen in a recurring role (17 episodes), his character appropriately named Jimmy, on CBS's "King of Queens" for five seasons. He has also made appearances on such shows as "Entourage," "Heist," "ER," "Monk," "Reno 911," "Rude Awakenings," "Angel," "Once and Again," "Lucky," "New Car Smell," "Secret Service Guy," "The Loop " and "Youth In Revolt," to name a few.
This show features exciting performances from up and coming comedians to world class headliners. This evening is jam packed with entertainment. Stand up comedy, Variety Acts, Magic, this show is guaranteed to tickle your funny bone. We always have a waiting list of celebrities calling to drop in on this show. Come on down, you never know who you might see! WEBSITE | EPK | BOOK
Host/MC Rick Wood LAUGHING SKULL 2015
Rick Wood is a stand-up comedian and writer based out of Los Angeles, California. He grew up in Virginia, joined the Air Force, lived all over the country while working a number of terrible jobs before choosing comedian as the best terrible job in the world. Rick weaves painfully funny stories about growing up in a white trash area of town with incisive observations about modern culture and the absurd human behaviors that have somehow over time become accepted as normal. WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian Cate Gary COMEDYTIME.COM, COMEDY STORE (REGULAR), FEATURED ON REDDIT
Cate Gary was spawned by New York City transplants in a backwater town in Virginia. Her family moved back north when her parents noticed she was developing a Southern accent. The drawl has since been replaced with a speech pattern resembling Sarah Palin as impersonated by an enraged parakeet. Nothing happened between 1989 and 2003. In 2003, Cate started her stand-up career in New York City, performing in such venues as the Comedy Cellar and the subway station next to Carnegie Hall. She moved to San Diego in 2004, where she was promptly rear-ended by a Cadillac Escalade on her way to an open mic. (She still made it.) Since then, she has performed at comedy clubs, bars, coffee shops, tattoo parlors, and AA meetings all over Southern California. Cate currently lives in Orange County, and she's not happy about it. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Max Marsh grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, Mundelein to be more exact. And after years of sucking at football Max decided to pursue a career in acting. After leaving the highly prestigious Elgin Community College he tried his hand in stand-up in Chicago's tough suburban streets. After graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts Max then re-kindled his love of stand-up comedy. He also frequently talks of himself in 3rd person. BOOK
Comedian Travis Clark TINY ODD CONVERSATIONS, CAPE FEAR COMEDY FESTIVAL, PUNCHING THE CLOWN, CSI, COLD CASE
Travis Clark is the seventh manned mission in the American Apollo space program and the third intended to land on the Moon. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Michael Malone THE BOB AND TOM SHOW, XM RADIO, THE CW, 2012 SICC WINNER, WGN
His CD is #3 on the iTunes Comedy charts but he is #1 in America's Heart. Download it today! WEBSITE | | BOOK