Orlando Jones began his Hollywood career as a writer on A Different World, Martin, and writing/producing Roc Liv´ starring Charles Dutton. Orlando later combined his writing and acting talents on Mad TV.
Oscar winning director Barry Levinson cast Orlando in his first feature film Liberty Heights. Orlando has continued working with visionary film directors including Paul Weitz, (Cirque Du Freak: the Vampire´s Assistant), Peter Hyams (Beyond a Reasonable Doubt), Ivan Reitman (Evolution), Mike Judge (Office Space), Harold Ramis (Bedazzled) and Oscar Paul Thomas Anderson (Magnolia).
Orlando was nominated for an Ovation Award by the LA Stage Alliance for his performance in August Wilson´s Pulitzer Prize winning play Fences. From his portrayal of Clifford Franklin in the classic football film The Replacements to the hugely successful Drumline to signing and dancing in the Broadway revival of The Wiz, Orlando Jones continues to thrill and entertain audiences.
What else are you doing on a Tuesday? Come on out and hang out with the brightest and the best new comedians in LA. You never know whose going to stop by Flappers on a Tuesday Night. This is a great place for Industry to hang out and keep their eye on up and coming comedians. WEBSITE | EPK | BOOK
Host/MC Samuel J Comroe CONAN ON TBS, BET, FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB, BOSTON COMEDY FESTIVAL, REAL HUSBANDS HOLLYWOOD
What if Stand Up Comedy and Tourette Syndrome met face to face? Meet Samuel Comroe, a young brave comedian who shares his trials and tribulations about living with Tourette Syndrome and turns them into an unforgettable Stand up comedy set. Funny, energetic and vibrant. You won't want to wait to see what Sam is up to next! WEBSITE | MYSPACE | BOOK
Feature Alex Scott COMEDY TIME TV, HBO'S DEF COMEDY JAM, BET'S COMICVIEW
Alex Scott Comedian Alex Scott is known for his quick wit he brings to the stage. Alex has the ability to come up with jokes off the top of his head and connect with any crowd across the country. The first time Alex ever touched the mic, he won second place in the DC Comedian of the Year contest. This was the motivation that drove Alex to move to New York City. Homeless and alone, Alex slept in Central Park for 2 days. Not giving up on his dream, Alex ended up staying in New York for 3 years performing at some of the hottest clubs such as StandUp NY, Broadway Comedy Club, and the Uptown Comedy Club. In recent years, Alex has performed on numerous TV shows including HBO´s Def Comedy Jam, BET´s Coming toThe Stage, and BET´s Comic View. BOOK