Joshua Snyder grew up in beautiful and pastoral Colorado, where he did not participate in such activities as mountain climbing, rafting, spelunking, and power walking. His parents taught him that sex was a natural act, and that he should use his time in college to "have fun." (his parents are currently looking into adopting their own grandchildren).
Josh has gone on only three dates in his lifetime, and each ended as it began: with a skin rash.
Hobbies include tracking changes of hair style on the extras in Star Trek: The Next Generation, trying to cry, and crying.
The lure of Southern California's market research facilities could not keep Josh in Colorado. He currently works as a Client Service Representative, where he makes name tags, defends the dignity of the office printers, and shows clients how to use the coffee machine with only one button on it.
This is a show in which experienced comedians perform and invite their friends who want to try stand-up to also perform! WEBSITE | MYSPACE | EPK | BOOK
Host/MC Kyle Chrise THE LATE LATE SHOW, DICE: INDESTRUCTIBLE, TOM GREEN LIVE, THE ARTIE LANGE SHOW, SIXX SENSE W/NIKKI SIXX
Kyle has written jokes for Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue and played bass for Andrew "Dice" Clay, so his wired are a little crossed. He's appeared on "The Late Late Show," "Tom Green Live," the Showtime special: Andrew "Dice" Clay "Indestructible," and "Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixx." Artie Lange calls him "The Best Bass Player I've Ever Seen in a Pirates Jersey." In a previous life, Kyle was a writer for the Fox New Channel. In his current life, Kyle is a semi-pro bowler. WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian Richard Chassler MTV, COMEDY CENTRAL, VH1, LAW AND ORDER CI, MANY VOICE OVERS
Richard's show which has been described as a cross between a rollercoaster and a grateful dead concert. Richard has performed in 49 out of 50 states and abroad. He also spent several years touring with one of his closest friends and cult comedy legend, the late Mitch Hedberg. A trained improviser and quick wit, you never know what direction his show is going to take. In addition to his stand-up, Richard is a trained actor and writer, and aside from his roles on television and feature films, he recently wrote, directed and starred in an award winning short film entitled "STOP". He is the author of a book and he is currently developing and pitching television shows and films. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |
Jose Barrientos never took life seriously.. And as a result has been fired from every job he's ever had. Desperate for better life Jose Joined the United States ARMY. Four years later of trying to live the soldier lifestyle Jose realized the truth. From his Basic Training, to his final deployment to Iraq, Jose was designed to kill. With laughter. First by impersonating his drill instructors, to later commandeering the US ARMY Radio waves in Iraq to speak to his fellow troops as one of his many impersonations. Upon his release, Jose began to pursue a career as a stand-up comic (in other words, a subway employ or Starbucks barista) Performing in many A-List Comedy clubs in San Diego. 6 months later he relocated to Los Angeles, CA. Where he performs regularly and is involved in such prestigious entertainment projects of his own creation. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |
Comedian Karen Knotts RETURN TO MAYBERRY, AMERICA'S FUNNIEST VIDEOS, NOT NECESSARILY THE NEWS, OCCURRENCE BLACK CANYON,
Karen 'Big Mouth' Knotts has been travelling across the country with her hilarious one woman show: "Tied Up In Knotts" WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Joe Taylor MTV, REDWOOD COMEDY FESTIVAL, LA SCRIPTED COMEDY FEST, BIG FIRE FESTIVAL,
Joe Taylor started standup comedy in Portland, Oregon in 2011, he now lives in LA and can be seen all over Southern California. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Dennis Wade FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB, HOLLYWOOD HOTEL ,
LA native who listened to that little voice in his head a little too much and now I'm making the world put up with me. Was I bred to part to be the ultimate anti-nazi spy that went spectacularly wrong? I make anything possible. Except for my own happiness. Because I'm too busy laughing at my tears.