Jennifer Murphy has been doing stand up comedy Los Angeles after beginning her Stand Up career in New York at a workshop with Colin Quinn. She has also studied Improv and Sketch Comedy with Second City Training Center. Since moving to L.A. she has performed on all the major club stages of the Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store, and Laugh Factory. She has been seen in a National Febreeze ad, and in 2008 and 2010 appeared as a contestant on Last Comic Standing on NBC. You may have also seen her on Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen on ABC, or the half hour special "This Is Why You´re Still Single" on TLC. She recently became a client of New Wave Entertainment!
Claremont's first, only and funniest GLBT comedy show.
Hooly busted on the scene in 2006 after a dare to try comedy- with her talent exposed she immediately started booking gigs all over. Mentored by Margaret Cho her first year in comedy Hooly developed her own style of raw comedy.
She speaks freely about her sex life with both men and women. She is an advocate for gay rights and a figure in the Southern California gay community.
She pokes fun and her family and no one is safe, not even her paraplegic dad who can sometimes be seen laughing in the audience.
She co-produces a monthly LGBTQ friendly show at Flapper's Claremont location. BOOK
Do you have a gay in your life? If not get Alex! Taking the IE by storm and giving it a little Sugar and Spice! BOOK
Comedian Matthew Nouriel DOWNTOWN COMEDY CLUB , THE COMEDY STORE, THE LAUGH FACTORY, THE IMPROV,
Matthew is a British born, Iranian, Jewish Stand-up Comedian/Actor/Egoist Extraordinaire living in Los Angeles, California. In his spare time he enjoys living off of credit cards, kebabs, and the colour gold. Matthew has worked in Film, Television, and Theatre, and performs stand up comedy all over California. BOOK
Michelle March is an Los Angeles based comic, writer,educator, and activist. She can be seen at comedy clubs all over L.A., S.D. the O.C. the I.E. and wherever there are LGBT. She likes animals, the beach and some people. There is a political, social, spritual and definitely a gay sensibility to her humor. Follow her @michmarchcomic on Twitter. TWITTER |