Renee used to do a lot of super serious Off-Broadway musicals... she's since dedicated her life to making things right with the audiences that had to sit through that shit. If you're one of them: Hey man, sorry about that. Renee now writes, hosts, and does stand up comedy. BOOK
Sameer Suri has been doing stand-up since he was sixteen, and can't wait to perform at Flappers. In addition to writing and performing for several charity benefits, he has done the same for multiple weekly programs on TV8, and has started performing at venues all over Los Angeles. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Dana Eagle THE LATE LATE SHOW, COMICS UNLEASHED, COMEDY CENTRAL, HBO,
Miss Eagle appeared in an ABC Pilot with Jason Alexander and was the host of Comcast On Demand's UNConventional. She has been seen on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comedy Central and Byron Allen's Comics Unleashed, following which she became a contributing writer. She is most proud of the unique experience performing throughout Iraqi bases for the troops. She was showcased in HBO´s US Comedy Arts Festival in her solo show, Stones From Glass Houses followed by the second in the series, Mood Disorders: A Light-Hearted Romp Through Crippling Depression, featured at the Los Angeles Women´s Theatre Festival. She recently completed a pilot for the E! Entertainment Network, and has been seen in a series of memorable commercials beside Jay Mohr and football legend, Boomer Esiahson. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Bruce has worked in Hollywood several years performing in club's and performing on tv shows Good Times Jeffersons Flavor of Love but Bruce's claim to fame was the role he played on the #1 kid's show "The Power Ranger's" were Bruce played Zach's dad and Bruce created a kid's club called the United Rangers of America and Bruce is the President of the club BOOK
After leaving the streets of North Long Beach comedian Jae Shon went on to lead a long successful career in the U.S. Navy -- as an alcoholic! After traveling the world, and tasting death twice, this "self-proclaimed" "rookie of the year" has decided to bring his strange life to the stage and share it in a comedic fashion. BOOK
Comedian Cate Gary COMEDYTIME.COM, COMEDY STORE (REGULAR), FEATURED ON REDDIT
Cate Gary was spawned by New York City transplants in a backwater town in Virginia. Her family moved back north when her parents noticed she was developing a Southern accent. The drawl has since been replaced with a speech pattern resembling Sarah Palin as impersonated by an enraged parakeet.
Nothing happened between 1989 and 2003.
In 2003, Cate started her stand-up career in New York City, performing in such venues as the Comedy Cellar and the subway station next to Carnegie Hall. She moved to San Diego in 2004, where she was promptly rear-ended by a Cadillac Escalade on her way to an open mic. (She still made it.) Since then, she has performed at comedy clubs, bars, coffee shops, tattoo parlors, and AA meetings all over Southern California.
Cate currently lives in Orange County, and she's not happy about it. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Evan Kessler NATIONAL LAMPOON , THE IMPERSONALS, VH1, 2X TWITTER AWARD NOMINEE, NEWSDAY
Evan Kessler has faced much hardship in his life. He may or may not sprinkle some of those tales of hardship into his act amidst all of the dick jokes. WEBSITE | | BOOK
We can't tell you who it is...But this guest is a major celebrity and will definitely make you laugh! You be leaving Flappers bragging to your friends about the talent you saw at Flappers Last night. BOOK
Comedian Emily Maya Mills KEY & PEELE, CHILDRENS HOSPITAL, PARKS & RECREATION, HARRY'S LAW, THE LIFE AND TIMES OF TIM
Emily Maya Mills is a comic, actor and writer originally from San Francisco. She's been seen on Parks and Recreation, Ellen, Conan, Childrens´ Hospital, Key and Peele, Harry's Law and many of television´s weirder commercials. Emily is a recipient of the Huffington Post's top "Females to Follow on Twitter," a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles or and a member of Birds of Prey (Best Sketch Group 2011, PunchlineMagazine.com). BOOK