Comedian Nate Bargatze was given his own "Comedy Central Presents" special and invited to perform on "Conan" three times. He has written for Spike TV´s Video Game Awards and received critical acclaim at the Montreal Comedy Festival. When he isn´t winning comedy festivals in both New York and Boston, or performing at Bonnaroo, he might just be performing for troops in Iraq, which he has done Five times. To learn all about Nate make sure to listen to his interview on Marc Maron's " WTF" podcast.
Host/MC Erik Escobar NBC'S LAST COMIC STANDING, VH1'S WALK OF SHAME, FOOD NETWORK
If you like husky Mexipinos and poop jokes, you´ll love Erik Escobar. He currently does stand up comedying at colleges and clubs all throughout the US both individually and with The Almost Asian Comedy Tour. Described as the tall, dark, and awkward voice of the millennials, this is one act you do not want to miss. Erik can also be seen weekly at The Improv Space Theatre performing with The 400 Cat and is a company member at ComedySportz LA. He is a writer for ISA TV's The Weekly Rewind and The upcoming television show, PAYBACK! He is the producer and host of Escobar Evenings at Flappers Comedy Club with credits from NBC's Last Comic Standing, The Next Food Network Star, Comedy Central and more. WEBSITE | BOOK
Comedian Ryan Conner NBC'S LAST COMIC STANDING, MTV'S RIDICULOUSNESS, BILLY ON THE STREET, SIRIUS/XM,
Ryan Conner finished in the Top 10 of Last Comic Standing's 9th season. He does stand-up comedy all over the country, and China (which is a different country).He's also a writer for MTV's Ridiculousness, and wrote for Billy On The Street. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Zara Mizrahi began acting at 16 years old and trained in dramatic and comedic technique. In 2011 she released a solo album, "Loosen My Lips," which she wrote, sang and played on. Shortly afterward, Zara´s brother dared her to try stand-up comedy. Because she happens to love life and is incapable of regret, she accepted the challenge. She now performs stand-up every night. BOOK
I´m a British, tea-drinking redcoat new to both Los Angeles and stand-up comedy. I was born in London, grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, lived in Amsterdam for a year (where I used to go to improv jams at Boom Chicago, a Second City affiliate), and then moved back to London for university. After running my own theatre company producing classical plays, I trained professionally as an actor at Drama Studio London (Forest Whitaker went there, and that´s our claim to fame). I´ve been a theatre and film actor ever since; highlights include touring Italy two years running with a travelling theatre company and starring in independent feature film ´Prep School´ that shot in San Francisco last summer. A friend convinced me to get into stand-up just a couple months ago, so if you don´t think I´m funny, it´s his fault. WEBSITE | | BOOK