Hampton started comedy in DC, where he went on to win the DC Improv Comedy Competition in 2008. Between playing clubs and colleges he's been invited to festivals like The Laughing Skull Festival, The Bridgetown Festival, and the Bentzen Ball.
Comedian Mark Fernandez QUE LOCOS, LATINO LAUGH FEST, FUNNY IS FUNNY , ASIA ST. COMEDY, COMEDY CENTRAL
Mark Fernandez is a multi-hyphenate from San Diego, California. He moved to the L.A. area, in 1997, to chase the dream of success in Hollywood. Upon arriving, he knew a good deal when he saw it, and purchased 3 T-shirts for $10. It's been gravy ever since. BOOK
Comedian Jake Weisman THE MORNING AFTER PODCAST, UCB THEATRE,
Jake Weisman loves cats. He performs stand-up comedy all around Los Angeles, and is the co-host of the popular The Morning After...Podcast. He can't stress enough to you how much he loves cats. BOOK
Comedian Emilio Rossal PODKWARD PODCAST, TIM & ERIC'S AWESOME SHOW, GENERAL HOSPITAL
Emilio Rossal, host of weekly comedy podcast, Podkward, is about as close to a Los Angeles native as they come in "the biz" (which is what folks in "the biz" call "show business"). Born in Guatemala and raised in the mean streets of the San Fernando Valley, Emilio has years of experience in improv, having trained at the famed Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade theatres, and performed in a plethora of improv shows around town. After appearing in several national commercials for McDonald´s, Chevy, and Bank of America, to name a few, he decided 2013 was the year he´d finally take a crack at stand-up. God help us all. You may have also seen him on Tim & Eric´s Awesome Show as "Guy with Awkwardly Long Close-up" and General Hospital as "Wussy Cab Driver." But probably not. WEBSITE | | BOOK