Mike Falzone / Dana Moon / Elliott Morgan / Kari Martin
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Mike Falzone has been solving the internet’s problems since 2006 when he became one of the first creators to establish themselves on YouTube. Hailing from the great state of Connecticut, Falzone began touring as a musician at 14 and while still his first love, Falzone has since shifted his passion and drive into pursuing stand-up comedy. After surviving two major health scares in two weeks, Falzone decided to move west to pursue his entertainment passions and has been tickling the funny bones of YouTube fans and L.A. audiences ever since. He’s performed at College Humor Live, several of the Improv comedy venues, and has appeared on-stage at the world famous Comedy Store. Additional info: - In 2016 Mike was nominated for a Shorty Award in the category of 'Funniest YouTube Comedian" - Mike (as Wrestlin' Fred) currently hosts a show on The Rock's YouTube channel called 'Friday Night Fred' - Currently hosts for SourceFed, a comedy and news channel with over 1 million subscribers.
Dana Moon is a Stand-Up Comedian, Actress and Writer.
Dana made her first TV appearance as the lead in Oxygen channels’ "Straight up with a Twist." She has most recently been on Russell Simmons’ new network, All Def Digital, in several videos gone viral called "Is It True?" which are now sketches on ADDTV that air on MTV2. Dana has done man-on-the-street pranks for Fox's hit daytime show "The Real," Her stand-up has been featured on Laughs on Fox and Hulu.
Kari Martin is a stand-up comedian currently living in Los Angeles. She moved to California in 1996 where she graduated from California State Long Beach with a BFA in English Creative Writing.
Kari started stand-up comedy when she was 35 years old, after rediscovering a bucket list of sorts that she had written while bored and answering phones at Enterprise Rent-A-Car. She thought she would try stand-up comedy once, but was instantly drawn to the writing and performing of the craft, and she has been performed in shows throughout Southern California since.
Kari produced two different comedy shows in Orange and Los Angeles County for three years, was the author of the blog “Stories I Tell My Hairdresser,” and is the co-host of the wildly popular podcast White Wine True Crime. She and her co-host are currently pitching their script White Wine True Crime Live! to studios and networks in Los Angeles and New York.