Candice Thompson was born in Queens raised in Cincinnati and currently resides in LA. She is the perfect mix of both East and West coasts with a hint of Midwest street cred. She comes from an ethnically mixed family with both of her parents being of African-American, Native American, and Caucasian descent. After moving to LA she studied improv at Groundlings and The Second City. To date, she has performed stand-up at such venues as the Comedy Store, LA Improv, and Pasadena Ice House. Candice´s comedy has often made people squirm in their seats and most recently has gotten her ejected from a wedding, but it´s her edginess vs. adorability factor that keeps crowds begging for more. Candice wants to thank her family and friends for all their support. But most of all she wants to thank God for making her Funny AND Fine.
Your recommended daily dose of insanity, under reported laughs and uncensored opinions dismantling the machine. This show will showcase some of the enlightened ones of comedy. A hand pick group of up and coming comics to national headliners. Witty, Funny, Clever and Hilarious! What else do you want!
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Host/MC T.J. DeNeal THE COMEDY STORE, JON LOVITZ COMEDY CLUB, ICE HOUSE, LAUGH FACTORY, COMEDY UNION
My comedy career started over 20 years ago when I had the privilege of working on a feature film with Damon Wayans. Not that I was doing stand up back then but to get the chance to pick the brain of one the greats of comedy, I was hooked for life! Fast forward to 2006, when I was told by close friend to try doing stand up! I had no idea after one cold January open mic in the "Valley" at the "Sports Man Lodge" I would still be here rocking the mic! My comedy style is one of my own dark sarcastic slants on life. Just think of all of the unfortunate events that have happened in life to other people well "I am that guy"!! All of these life changing events are where I draw from for my comedy. So please laugh at me and with me! WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian Jenni Ross MTV , HOT MESS (BLACK LIST), HA HA CAFE, WESTSIDE COMEDY THEATER,
Rell Battle started in the entertainment business studying theater at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he later hosted his own late night radio show "WJFK 106.7." This Washington D.C. native later went to work for MTV radio while still in college. After moving to Los Angeles to pursue stand-up, he was quickly chosen to perform as a "New Face" for the Jamie Foxx "Laffapalooza" festival. Since then, he has performed at comedy clubs venues throughout the country and overseas to entertain the troops. Rell recently performed on the Showtime network special "Chocolate Sundaes," shot at the Saban Theater last fall. Rell just recently landed a pilot deal with Spike TV and will appear on the next season of Comedy Central´s hit sketch show "Key and Peele." BOOK