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Comedian Michael Kennedy THE COUP, GODZILLA, THIS IS THE END, 42, PROMETHEUS
You probably don't know his face, but chances are you've seen his work in countless Hollywood movies. Whether it be raping Jonah Hill as a demon, doubling Alec Baldwin's ass or enabling a monkey to get his smoke on, Michael has a long career creating memorable visual moments in cinema.
Michael now takes to the stage to present his own uniquely skewed view of the world, life and Chinese food.
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Comedian Natalie Monarrez FLAPPERS, COMEDY STORE, HOLLYWOOD IMPROV, LA CONNECTION THEATER, HA HA CAFE
No kids, no tattoos, never been to jail… She´s a Mexican unicorn! Nat´s comedy training includes improv at the GROUNDLING THEATER, followed by joke writing and stand up with LA´s top comedy coaches. She performs at venues all over LA, and always has a great time with the audience. Speaking her mind and making people laugh. What else could she want? A job, a house, a hot boyfriend, some cash… BOOK
Comedian Adam Warshaw STORY SALON, FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB, 2014 BURBANK COMEDY FEST.
Adam has been a comic ever since his rendition of "Burping The Alphabet" killed in the 4th grade boys' room. He brings his ten-year-old's maturity level and neurotic middle-aged perspective to every show. He hopes some day to be able to say "boobies" on tv. BOOK
ProducerDave Reinitz THIS AMERICAN LIFE, BBC, TRAVEL CHANNEL, KPFK,
Dave´s unique perspective and sarcasm gives us a hilarious hour of stand-up comedy that won´t soon be forgotten. Taking nothing for granted Dave challenges "normal" beliefs and expectations. He finds humor wherever common sense is in jeopardy, such as the prescription drug industry, in ordering a simple cup of coffee and genetically engineered food "of course the bugs won´t eat it , it taste like crap". Like a modern day minimalist Robin Hood, Dave steels small things from big companies, not just to get even but to feel even. Well-traveled and semi educated, Dave appeals to the smart and silly sides of the audience. Raised by 1960s radicals in upstate New York, Dave lists George Carlin, Bill Maher, and John Stewart as artistic influences. BOOK