Sean O'Conner and Julian McCullough
Garfunkle & Oats
and Very Special Guests
Sean O'Connor is a stand-up comedian who lives in Los Angeles, CA. He has written for The Sports Show with Norm MacDonald on Comedy Central, the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards and has a webseries Sean and Meghan that was recently sold to Fremantle Media. He was a 2011 New Face at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and appeared on Conan.
Marc Maron: Marc Maron (born September 27, 1963) is an American stand-up comedian. He has been host of The Marc Maron Show, and co-host of both Morning Sedition, and Breakroom Live all politically-oriented shows, produced under the auspices of Air America Media. He was also the host of Comedy Central's Short Attention Span Theater for a year, replacing Jon Stewart. Maron has been a frequent guest on the Late Show with David Letterman and made 42 appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, (more than any other stand-up performer). He was a regular guest on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and hosted the short-lived U.S. version of the British TV Rock Trivia gameshow Never Mind The Buzzcocks on VH1.  Maron has been featured in his own specials on HBO and Comedy Central, as well as on comedy showcases such as the Cam Neely Foundation fundraiser, which also featured such performers as Jon Stewart, Denis Leary, and Steven Wright. He can briefly be seen in the film Almost Famous as the "Angry Promoter" who engages in quasi-martial arts fisticuffs with Noah Taylor, then chases the tour bus yelling "Lock the gates!"  In May 2008, he toured with Eugene Mirman and Andy Kindler in Stand Uppity: "Comedy That Makes You Feel Better About Yourself and Superior to Others."
Julian McCullough is a very funny young man who has performed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, NPR's This American Life, co-star of Whitney Cumming's new E show "Love You, Mean It," and starred in his own half hour special on Comedy Central. You can catch him every Saturday as host of TBS' "Very Funny News" and on MTV2's hit series Guy Code. He has contributed to countless pop culture talking head shows and has hosted three stand alone specials for VH1.
Kumail Nanjiani: KUMAIL NANJIANI is a tireless New York-based writer and performer who first gained attention for his critically acclaimed one-man UCB show "Unpronounceable,” a hilarious account of his growing up in a highly religious community in Pakistan, and making his way to glamorous Iowa for engineering college, before exploring standup in Chicago and New York. In the past year, Kumail has appeared on SNL, The Colbert Report, Kimmel, and Letterman, won two ECNYs for best standup and one-man show, and was featured New York Magazine’s “10 comedians to watch” feature as well as Variety’s “10 comics to watch.“ He also just wrapped the role of “Simon” in Greg Berlanti’s LIFE AS WE KNOW IT for Warner Brothers. Kumail is currently writing a pilot loosely based on his life for NBC and Conaco, as well as writing and performing on MICHAEL AND MICHAEL HAVE ISSUES for Comedy Central. Kumail was recently profiled in the NY Times and was the host of this year’s Gotham IFP Awards in New York.
Garfunkel & Oates: Riki Lindhome was born in Coudersport, PA but grew up primarily in Portville, NY. Her first break came when Tim Robbins cast her in his hit play, Embedded, which played at the Public Theater in NYC, Riverside Studios in London and The Actor’s Gang Theater in LA. Shortly after, Clint Eastwood cast her in her first film role, as Mardell Fitzgerald in Million Dollar Baby. Since then, she has appeared in several films and TV shows including The Last House on the Left, Changeling, My Best Friend’s Girl, The Big Bang Theory and Pushing Daisies. She also wrote and directed two short films, Life is Short and Imaginary Larry. Kate Micucci was born in New Jersey and spent most of her school years in Pennsylvania. As a kid she focused on playing outside in the woods and playing classical piano. In college she majored in art, focusing on painting and making puppets. She received an A.A. in Fine Arts from Keystone College. After a small stint watering banana and pineapple plants in Hawaii, Kate decided to go to Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles where she made more puppets and received a B.A. in Studio Art. Kate has appeared in Scrubs, Rules of Engagement, Cory in the House and the upcoming When in Rome.