Kwame Siegel is a young comedian from Baltimore who grew up admiring such comedic greats as Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock. At the age of seventeen Kwame moved to the Big Apple (New York) to pursue his showbiz career. It was there after performing at the prestigious Apollo theater in Harlem Kwame would make a name for himself. After a short stint opening up for the Dave Chapplelle show studio audience. Kwame was discovered by superstar Eddie Griffin, who brought Kwame on the tour with him as his opening feature act. Kwame was also the recipient of the coveted Harlem Festival's Best Comedy award, for writing and starring in his own Mtv pilot "The World of Kwame". Kwame’s style of comedy is known to reflect relevant topics delivered with a hip Baltimore swagger.
Rob Christensen is a comedian, writer, and actor who has most recently appeared on Adam Devine’s House Party for Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing for NBC, Gotham Comedy Live for AXS TV, and Quicklaffs for HULU. He has a sharp, smart, and urban sense of humor developed through his experiences growing up in Brooklyn as a skateboarder, rapper, graffiti artist, and eventually an Air Force Sergeant.
Rob is the 2013 Winner of the Westside's Standup Showdown in Los Angeles, CA and a regular at the Hollywood Improv. In 2012 he wrote and starred in a TV pilot titled Low Lifes. Rob is a festival favorite as he’s appeared in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, IO West Scripted Comedy Festival, AMFM Fest, Westside Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Arts Festival, Comedy Central’s Up Next Tour, SF Sketchfest, Dallas Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Festival, The Comedy Exposition, Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Out Of Bounds Fest and the Asheville Comedy Festival. Rob lives in Los Angeles and loves Wu-tang, pugs, and bagels. Follow him @RobLovesBagels on Twitter, Instagram, and Vine or get more info at BrooklynRob.com.
After honing his chops at Philadelphia’s premiere comedy club, The Laff House, Clint Coley moved to New York City to embark on his quest to become a full-time comedian. Inspired by legendary greats such as, Chris Rock, and George Carlin, Coley won Amateur Night at the world famous Apollo Theater within months of arriving in the Big City at age 23.
With talent for both comedy and business, Coley went on to organize the All Jokes Aside College Tour, visiting 14 colleges and universities throughout the country including UCLA, University of Maryland and Penn State University. He also produced and headlined Babylon Cartel Presents: Clint Coley’s All Jokes Aside in front of a sold out crowd at the Freedom Theater in his beloved Philadelphia. Coley’s drive got him opening gigs during the Royal Comedy and Mike Epps & Friends tours, landing him on stage with the likes of Sommore, Bruce Bruce, Tony Rock, and Sheryl Underwood.
In September 2011, Coley launched his own comedy series, Chill, It’s Just Jokes at Philadelphia’s Helium Comedy Club. The series quickly expanded to include Los Angeles’ prestigious Hollywood Improv in January 2012. Since then, Coley is the traveling opening act for King of Comedy D.L. Hughley and been crowned “the prince”.
Coley currently has a comedy special on Netflix entitled, “Stand and Deliver”, he tours comedy venues across the country with King of Comedy D.L Hughley and has a stand up comedy album entitled, “I’m An Adult” which is set to release April 29th. Constantly raising the bar, Coley now resides in Los Angeles building on the early successes he’s had in his career. Coley’s distinct storytelling, dramatic punch lines, quick wit and undeniable charisma keep his shows popular attractions across the country.
Tone Bell is best known for starring in the NBC multi-camera comedy "Whitney" as RJ, Alex's (Chris D'Elia) old high school friend who has moved back to Chicago to bartend after a recent divorce. Born and raised in Atlanta, the stand-up comedian began his career in Dallas, where he was voted one of the Funniest Comics in Texas. Bell's real-life brand of comedy has seen him succeed on both the comedy festival circuit as well as previously on NBC as the winner of the Stand Up For Diversity program. Tone recently was a guest on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and was also featured on the Spike TV special Eddie Murphy: One Night Only and E!’s “Love You Mean It”. He currently tours around the country performing at colleges and clubs. Tone recently starred in a single-camera comedy pilot for Fox, has also appeared on Comedy Central’s “Key and Peele”, and hosted MTV's "Jerks with Cameras." Tone can next be seen starring in the new NBC comedy pilot "Bad Judge" which was recently picked up to series.
If you want quick wit, charisma and funny punchlines, Clint Coley and his friends promise to come and deliver with the Chill, Its Just Jokes Comedy Series. Creativity and great humor at its finest. This show is guarantee hit and you're definitely missing out if you're not here.