Born in Chicago, Sandy was a funny and outgoing child from the start. He was always cracking jokes and putting on shows for friends and family gatherings. Although raised as a classical musician from the age of five, Sandy was always a comic at heart.
For his college experience, Sandy was accepted to The Julliard School of Music in New York City, but after careful consideration chose California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles. It was here that Sandy fell in love with television, the entertainment industry and of course, comedy.
Sandy has shared his hilarious style of insanity with millions of people from coast to coast headlining in clubs, colleges, plays, numerous television commercials, national stand up spots on networks such as BET (Black Entertainment Television) and finally to his ABC Pilot.
Comedian Jimmy Shaw FLAPPER'S, ICE HOUSE, COMEDY STORE, JON LOVITZ COMEDY CLUB,
Following the desire to perform stand-up for years, Jimmy decided finally do it. In June 2008, he hit the Hollywood Improv's famous open mic. He got on and got hooked! Jimmy has performed at Southern California's finest comedy clubs and has hosted various shows throughout the year. He's opened for Judy Tenuta, featured for Thomas Dale, and has performed for various charities and business events. His unique blend of storytelling, characters, rants, and observations makes each show an entertaining surprise. Besides being a frequent guest on numerous podcasts and radio shows, Jimmy, along with fellow comic Roy Brewster, hosts a weekly radio show on kaoticradio.com called "The Roy and Jimmy Thing" every Tuesday night. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Mike Smith 2012 GUY TALK 1ST PLACE , HAHA CAFE , VETERANS COMEDY TOUR
Southside Chicago Native, Veteran, and IT guy who hates his job. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Sami Sutker FLAPPERS, ICE HOUSE, THE COMEDY STORE, BONKERZ COMEDY CLUB, CELLAR DOOR
Howard and Susan made a baby. They named her Sami. Said named baby Sami became a good kid. She is passionate about pizza. Then she became a comic. Because she was told she was special and stuff. WEBSITE | |