Jon Huck is a comedian and an actor originally from Illinois. He has done (and continues to do) stand up all over the country. He has appeared on Comedy Central’s Live At Gotham as well as Ari Shafir’s "This Is Not Happening" for Comedy Central Digital. His album “Fantasticular Hilaritation” is out on iTunes and available through his website (www.jonhuck.me). Jon's first movie – Garbage – is out on DVD and streaming through Blockbuster & Netflix. His second movie – Dumbbells – is on Video On Demand. He has done countless commercials and has been seen on such television shows as Punk’d, Frank TV, Disney Channel's Kirby Buckets and several other television projects. You can hear Jon & Comedian Shawn Halpin every week on The Full Count Podcast (on Itunes, stitcher or at www.thefullcountpodcast.com / @thefcpodcast). Be sure to follow Jon on twitter as well (@JonHuck).
With an appearances on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, NBC’s America’s Got Talent and on the Tonight Show as Jay Leno’s correspondent, 24 year-old Rob O’Reilly is quickly gaining a reputation as an up-and-coming comedian to watch in New York City. It all began in Cleveland, Ohio, where Rob made his stand-up debut at a high school talent show and later won the city’s largest comedy competition. While attending Boston University on an academic scholarship, he became a finalist in the 2005 Boston Comedy Festival and retired any notions of a “normal career.” With his youthful point-of-view making him a favorite at three NACA conferences, Rob now headlines colleges across the country. He booked 27 colleges out of NACA Northeast (2007) alone. Residing in New York, he also enjoys playing in a comedian basketball league and performing sketch comedy with his group The Straightmen.