Host/MC Martin Harris VIOLENT BLUE, PLAYBACK, THE COMEDY STORE , FLAPPERS COMEDY CLUB, BLUE DREAM
Martin is an accomplished writer who published in over 20 countries (incl UK. Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland, Japan, Canada, South Africa). Moved to Los Angeles in 2008 and started his career as actor, comedian and producer. Performed all over L.A and played over 20 roles in TV/films. Produced his comedy shows in Comedy Store and Flappers among others. Big Lakers fan WEBSITE | BOOK
Tim Snook is a stand up and improvisational comic who originally hails from Redding, California. He was bitten by the comedy bug after taking an improv class in college. After taking an ointment for that bug bite, he pursued more improv with UCB Los Angeles and has performed with his team Blood Diamond Phillips since 2009. That same year, the stand up started and there was no looking back. In his free time, Tim enjoys paying off student loan debt at a bare-minimum pace and, when possible, being laughed at for having a last name similar to that of a talentless MTV reality star. BOOK
Comedian Greg Kashmanian BET, STAN LEE'S COMIKAZE CON, MARVEL'S WORLD OF HEROES, CAN DO MATH IN HIS HEAD, REALLY GOOD AT HUGS
Crowds all across the country have enjoyed Gregory Kashmanian's up front honest comedy and his satirical outlook on everyday life. From early childhood Greg has always had the flair to entertain. Through his love affair with history, his trouble with women and his affection for Star Wars, Greg has you walk the range of human emotion in a unique roller coaster comedy ride. Young and old alike will be laughing in their seat at his unique and relatable brand of stand-up comedy. WEBSITE | | BOOK
By way of Virginia, New York City & now LA, Ashley has been making people laugh since she figured out that no one really liked her (high school). She debuted at Caroline's On Broadway in NYC, got her Law & Order credit & has perfected correcting people on pronouncing her last name (like the spice). WEBSITE | | BOOK
Greg Santos is a Cuban with the gift of looking White. He lives in Los Angeles, CA but comes from the gritty private school streets of Las Vegas, NV. He does Stand Up, Improv, Sketch, and DiGiorno Eating Contests where he is always the loser.
Greg Santos is also the Co-Founder of GrowinUp.com, which is a user-generated website about stories from real life. The group behind GrowinUp.com also starred in a prank that was featured on MTV´s Pranked Season 2 (2010) and TRU TV´s Top 20 Most Shocking Pranks (2010) for their Publishers Clearing House Prank.
Greg is also a member of Southern California Sketch Comedy Group; Cool Party Guys: www.CoolPartyGuys.com WEBSITE | | BOOK
Cassie Winett is a 21 year old comic. Introduced to the idea of comedy at the age of 15, she's since explored different types of comedy by creating characters and showcasing them on youtube. BOOK
Comedian Karen McCarthy THE ICE HOUSE ANNEX , IMPROV UNDERGROUND , HA HA CAFE, MICELI'S RESTAURANT, AMAGI'S
A transplant to Los Angeles from the Silicon Valley, and a Graduate of P.U. (a.k.a. Pepperdine University), Karen wears many hats, among them are voice artist, director, editor, camera operator, photographer, puppeteer, animator, writer, and feature film digital maid. She was a finalist in the 2010 Moondance Film Festival screenwriting competition, a Panelist at the 2012 Long Beach Comic Con, and the voice of Nebulosa in "Daddy I´m a Zombie." Now she´s actively pitching some animated and live action shows, developing an animated web series "Shelf Life Toons," and looking for a "day job." Karen uses her voice over skills to bring to life some interesting characters for her comedy act, the most memorable is a chain smoking single mother of three. You have to hear it to believe it. WEBSITE | | MYSPACE |
Nick Taylor is a writer and comedian who resides in Los Angeles. He once blacked out on tequila and his friends found him in an RV parked at El Pollo Loco, trying to secure a boat loan. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Janice Silver FLAPPERS, COMEDY STORE, THE FEDERAL BAR, THE FORMOSA, HAHA COMEDY CLUB
Started doing stand up last year (upon turning 70) as a "might as well go for it" project. To my genuine surprise people responded like crazy to my sets (who knew?) I do some senior stuff for sure, but also a lot of cutting edge material. BOOK