Matty is just an average dude that grew up on the rough streets of rural Cleveland. He grew up confused about his identity because he had the unfortunate cultural circumstances of dealing with an American father and a Canadian mother. He continues to struggle with the pronunciation of “mom” and “about”. Although he is half Canadian, he does not agree with the loosey goosey immigration laws for Canada geese. He is a teacher by trade; not a real teacher, just a gym teacher. He is currently fighting for gym teachers to get paid more than normal teachers because, “We have to deal with cultural stereotypes. Everyone always thinks I’m a lesbian”. He has lived in weird places all around the world and now resides in Los Angeles, with the likes of Wilfred Brimley and entitled pedestrians. His stand up has been said to be extremely appealing to animals and people that don’t speak English. Won most valuable comedian on his bocce ball team (his partner did not vote). You have seen him as the hockey player in Cut Copy’s “Need You Now” and recently in Honey Honey’s “Angel of Death” with Joe Rogan and Martin Starr. He was in the feature film “Rampart” with Woody Harrelson and Robin Wright. He played a groom in a McDonald’s commercial. He also did a student film where he played a dad, but he forgets the name of the movie.
Andy Peters: You won't know what hit you. Andy Peters attacks like a mongoose in the night. He presents a tornado of absurd storytelling with off-the-cuff audience interaction zooming through the air. Andy's first show ever: opening for Colin Quinn at a jam-packed college arena...since then he has toured the country performing in Chicago, New York, LA, and some other, less popular destinations. He won the Rocky Mountain Laugh-Off, was a Finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition and invitee to the San Francisco Comedy Competition, D.C. Comedy Fest, and Boston Comedy Festival. Andy will melt your face.
Jen Kober: Originally from Lake Charles, Louisiana, Kober has bounded onto the national stage - playing colleges, theatres and comedy clubs all over the country and bringing crowds to their feet with her original blend of stand-up, story telling, and improvised rock-n-roll comedy.
Leslie Berman of The SWLA Times writes,"Kober is one of the most talented comics of our time. I have been betting on her to find her niche and go national since the first time I saw her. I thought: Shes got to be our 21st Century Lucille Ball, and thats no exaggeration. If you’re twenty years younger than me, think hipper Tracey Ullman."
Jen Kober currently lives in Los Angeles, CA where she continues to develop new material and travel the globe spreading mass amounts of laughter world-wide with both her stand-up and improvised comedy shows. Jen loves Yoo-Hoo and ranch flavored Corn-Nuts and wonders why instant gratification takes so long.
The Walsh Brothers: The Walsh Brothers are Chris and David Walsh. Two Brother Comedians.
They're either from points unknown or originally from Boston, Mass - depending on who you're willing to believe. Now they make their home way out West in the big city of Los Angeles, California.
You can see them all over that town plying their trade at Comedy Shows and making videos in the streets...
Kip Madsen: Kip Madsen is a professional comedy writer/actor/VO’er from the Seattle area. His resume includes CBS’ Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, SpikeTV’s Most Extreme Elimination Challenge (MXC), Comedy Central’s Tosh.0, and “The MTV Movie Awards.”
He most recently co-wrote and co-starred in the Streamy Award Nominated Comedy Series “Casanovas”... soon to be a feature film.
You may recognize him from NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly, where he was a frequent performer, or perhaps accidentally,
thinking you just saw 90210’s Ian Ziering.” Kip currently resides in California USA, with his pet wolverine.
Greg Kashmanian: Crowds all across the country have enjoyed Gregory Kashmanian's up front honest comedy and his satirical outlook on everyday life. From early childhood Greg has always had the flair to entertain. Through his love affair with history, his trouble with women and his affection for Star Wars, Greg has you walk the range of human emotion in a unique roller coaster comedy ride. Young and old alike will be laughing in their seat at his unique and relatable brand of stand-up comedy. He has shared the stage with Billy Gardell, Ralphie May, Pauly Shore and many others...