Tone is a young, exciting emerging talent originally from Atlanta, GA, but now resides in North Hollywood, CA. He has been stage, camera and pen bound professionally and for leisure for more than 13yrs. Like many African-American comics he is a storyteller, with a slow delivery and quick tags. Since he began his stand up comedy career in 2006 his anecdotal cadence and relaxed demeanor have been compared to that of comedy legend Bill Cosby. He also also a satirical columnist for Krave Magazine in which he monthly takes shots at women's irrational behavior in relationships and in life. Tone´s gift to make others laugh is truth. He finds humor in all the life experiences he acquires and makes them into jokes that any average Joe can appreciate.
This is an exciting weekly comedy show featuring the Hottest Celebrity Drop-Ins and More. WEBSITE | EPK | BOOK
Host/MC Londale Theus Jr. CHELSEA LATELY, TONIGHT SHOW W/ JAY LENO, STATE FARM W/ CHRIS PAUL, UCCC CELEB JUDGE WINNER, COMEDY STORE
Londale Theus Jr. is an actor, comedian, improviser, and writer hailing from Los Angeles. After a knee injury ended his days of Division 1 College Basketball, his interest in comedy and performing led him to CSU Long Beach´s Theatre Program. Upon finishing his two years in the program, he started working as a full time actor in TV (Chelsea Lately), Film, and National Commercials (State Farm, Mini Cooper). He does stand up all over LA, has won comedy competitions at Flappers, and also trains at the Upright Citizen's Brigade as an improviser as well as performs all over town with his improv group Low Income Kids.. WEBSITE | BOOK
Although born in Virginia, Richard has been living in Los Angeles nearly all his life. He is a recent college graduate, and although he spent tens of thousands of dollars on getting an education, he is trying out this comedy thing to see where it goes... BOOK
David Sorkness is a stand-up comic from Burbank, California. He began his comedy career at the UCB Theater in Los Angeles and received training in their famous improv program. After laying the groundwork here, he moved on to study stand-up at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank. Influenced by comics like Bill Burr, Dave Attell, and Rodney Dangerfield, David commands the stage and connects to the crowd with his tales and musings about everyday life. From hilarious, self-deprecating stories describing his flawed existence to satirical observations of society, David's uncensored wit and unique perspective keeps his audience laughing. You can find him performing at clubs throughout the Los Angeles area. BOOK
After many years of playing comedic characters on stage, Paul moved from Massachusetts to become a professional comedian and actor. He was thrilled to discover that people from his home state are called "Mass-holes", probably because they are even worse drivers than people from California. He is a former real estate agent, accountant, and a veteran. He looks old on the outside, but still has the maturity of a 13-year old. His family back home misses him very little. BOOK