Bobbie Oliver is one of Los Angeles´ funniest comics, but she had to come a long way to get here. Born Barbara "Bobbie" Evans in Covington, GA, a small town outside Atlanta whose chief claim to fame was being used for location shooting for The Dukes of Hazard TV series, Bobbie grew up in a two-bedroom, one-bathroom trailer inhabited by a family of seven. Bobbie found escape in staying up late with her father to watch The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, which became an inspiration to her. In 1987, while at LaGrange College on a Theatre scholarship, Bobbie began doing standup. She was hooked! After graduating in 1990, she went on the road for 8 years based out of Athens, GA. Bobbie then moved to Los Angeles in 1998 with her writer husband Chris, and still performs in comedy clubs and colleges all over the country.
Sally hosts regularly at The Comedy Store on Sunset as well as at the Icehouse in Pasadena. She was a finalist in the San Francisco Comedy Competition and has performed in Vegas MYSPACE | BOOK
Comedian Cat Davis LOGO TV, AFTERELLEN.COM, THE DISNEY CHANNEL, SHOWTIME, LA COMEDY FESTIVAL
Cat Davis is a writer/performer living in Los Angeles. She has appeared on Showtime, the CW and LOGO, and is a main company member of ComedySportz in Hollywood. Writing credits include Disney's "Shake It Up." BOOK
A San Francisco native who began in the Bay Area in Northern California. He came up and honed his skills as a writer and comic in New York City. After 5 years on the East Coast he's returned to California with a comedic style of East Coast meets West, New York attitude mixed with California wit, something he likes to call Common Sense Comedy. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Jason Love BOB AND TOM SHOW, TODAY'S RIFF ON TBS, 100S OF CLUBS & COLLEGES, DOZENS OF TV COMMERCIALS,
Jason Love has performed standup all over the country, including The Improv, Laugh Factory, Funny Bone, Comedy Store, Zanies, Punchline, Pechanga, Bananas, Arlington Draft House, Ventura Harbor, Lovitz, Ice House, Ha Ha, Hermosa, Crackers, Flappers, Penguins, Canyon Club, Tommy T's, Mark Ridley's, Stress Factory, Stardome, Laughlin, Comedy Underground, Magooby's, Hilarities, and countless others. Recent media credits include The Bob and Tom Show, a Starz comedy special, Rooftop Comedy, Quickies, "Today's Riff" on TBS, National Lampoon's World's Dirtiest Jokes, a commercial for Let's Meet, and hundreds of radio and TV appearances around the country. Jason's one-liners appear in numerous book collections (e.g., Comedy Thesaurus) and are published regularly by Reader's Digest. His mother still asks when he is going to get a job. WEBSITE | | BOOK
Comedian Klift Karaffa THE ICE HOUSE, THE COMEDY STORE, THE ANNOYANCE THEATRE, THE SECOND CITY,
Born on Planet Earth and raised by wolves (sisters), Klift's comedy was forged in the rugged suburbs of Chicago where he was known as "that kid" and "that guy over there". After attending the Second City Conservatory and performing at the Annoyance Theatre in Chicago, Klift took himself to Los Angeles to be able to golf year around and not have to talk to anyone ever. After a long time of doing that, Klift decided to start telling his jokes in other places than in front of his mirror. Coming up Klift can be seen in his car, and on most afternoons at his job. Here are some of the excited reactions people have to Klift´s act:
"He's tall...and kind of scares me, but funny" - guy who saw Klift.
"He´s not funny." - Klift´s sister who hates him.
"I don´t speak English." – Some guy BOOK
Comedian Niki Marinis TAO COMEDY STUDIO, FLAPPERS, DAVE'S CHILLIN & GRILLIN, ICE HOUSE TAVERN, BRIDGETT'S LAST LAUGH