In addition to stand up, Rob can be seen on TV shows like iCarly and Ben & Kate. You may also recognize him as "Todd the assistant" from a popular AT&T ad campaign.
This is a show in which experienced comedians perform and invite their friends who want to try stand-up to also perform! WEBSITE | EPK | BOOK
Host/MC Shondalia White BURBANK COMEDY FESTIVAL, ORLEANS CASINO-DL HUGHLEY, REGINA KING PRESENTS LMOS, BUD LIGHT FIESTA FOREVER, WALMART HOLIDAY HUB
Hello! I'm Shondalia White, pronounced Shonda-lee-ah, and I absolutely love telling stories about the memorable characters in my life! I've had the opportunity to showcase this in my mini web sketch series "What The?!" on YouTube at youtube.com/WhatTheSketches & FOD, My viral Nicki Minaj Parody on YouTube at youtube.com/shondaliawhite and in my stand-up sets at Flappers Comedy Club and The Comedy Store Hollywood to name a few. Follow me & my journey on Twitter & Instagram @ShondaliaWhite WEBSITE | MYSPACE | BOOK
John is from Portland, Oregon. He performs at the Hollywood Improv and M.I's Westside Comedy Theater among others. He has been performing both improv and standup for the last two years, and has been known to tell jokes in Spanish. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Melanie Case THE COMEDY STORE, FLAPPERS, THE LAUGH FACTORY, WESTSIDE COMEDY THEATER, KILLING MY LOBSTER SKETCH
Melanie Case has performed stand-up comedy in Los Angeles at The Comedy Store, Mi´s Westside Comedy Theater, the Haha Cafe, Cornacchia´s Comedy Corner show, The Frisky Horse Comedy show, and in San Francisco/Oakland at The Marsh, The SF Fringe Festival, and The White Horse Inn. She was also a company member of esteemed SF sketch comedy group Killing My Lobster from 2003-2009. As a company member of KML she performed in a multitude of sketch shows, at SF Sketchfest, Sketchfest NYC, and performed on The Geary stage in the American Conservatory Theater's Comedy Night. She also writes, directs and produces comedy shorts, such as "Lesbianism: The Ultimate Form of Birth Control." Melanie can be seen on itunes/Netflix in the feature "The Snake," featuring Margaret Cho, which was celebrated by Patton Oswalt at SXSW in 2009. WEBSITE | | BOOK