Justin can be seen on the new number 1 hit tv series MacGyver. He plays The character Boozer which airs on Fridays 8/9c. His past credits include Rush Hour on CBS, the box office success "21 JUMP STREET," alongside Jonah Hill & Channing Tatum. He also recurred on Comedy Central's popular sketch comedy show "KEY & PEELE," and can often be seen touring the nation performing stand-up comedy.
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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. TWITTER |
Sarah is a comedian/actress from Minnesota. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in theater and moved to LA shortly after. She worked for Walt Disney World Entertainment for 5 years. She performs regularly at Flappers and placed 1st in the preliminary rounds of Uncle Clyde's Comedy Contest. WEBSITE | |
Comedian Kim Coles IN LIVING COLOR, LIVING SINGLE, FRASIER, MADTV,
Best known for her ﬁve-season turn as the unforgettable "Synclaire" on FOX´s comedy series, Living Single, Kim Coles has starred on numerous hit television programs including Frasier, Six Feet Under, Soul Man and more WEBSITE | |
He was conceived in Aisle 4 by his 16 year old, bi-polar mom and her 18 year old butcher, boyfriend, and then raised by his Jehovah´s Witness Grandma in a Chicago Housing project until the ripe age of 12 when he went to live with his dad and got liberated into the bachelor life. He danced before he walked and cussed before he talked and by third grade he realized his ability to captivate neighborhood audiences with his superior talent and uncensored, ruthless humor. Dancer, musician, theatre, film and voiceover actor, writer, comedian – he is more than Hollywood´s version of a triple-threat; he is a showman and a storyteller. To the stage he brings the grace of Fred Astaire, the flare of Michael Jackson and the unapologetic rawness of Robin Harris. An overly –freckled black ginger he is
De Mann, or as his mother affectionately calls him, M****F****! BOOK