David Huntsberger is a stand-up comedian whose voice you might recognize from his weekly podcast Professor Blastoff with Tig Notaro and Kyle Dunnigan, which debuted at #1 on iTunes and was named to Entertainment Weekly’s “Must List” at #2. In May of 2014, it was named #9 on RollingStone.com’s top twenty podcast list.
David is a regular on the Doug Loves Movies podcast and Sklarbro Country, where he is the voice of ‘High Vitale’. He was also a guest on Marc Maron’s WTF and Jimmy Pardo’s Never Not Funny. He has released three CDs, with the two most recent through Stand-Up Records. Humanitis, released in 2011, was named #1 on the Serious Comedy Site’s year end list. His most recent CD, Explosion Land, debuted in the top 15 of the iTunes comedy charts. In describing the album, which deals largely with human evolution, technology, and beliefs, Daniel Berkowitz of the Spit Take said: “Huntsberger rarely talks about himself, but he makes up for that lack of intimacy by not merely addressing topics ostensibly foreign to comedy fans, but by doing so in an intelligent, fluid and slightly absurdist way.”
David has made appearances on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend as well as NBC’s Last Comic Standing and has written for The Benson Interruption on Comedy Central. He has been invited to the Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival in D.C., the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, Oregon, The Comedy and Burrito Festival in San Francisco, CA, The Vancouver Comedy Festival, Montreal Just for Laughs, and the Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin, TX.
In his free-time, he enjoys drawing comics and animation – which can be seen at his website.
Kirk Fox is an actor, writer, producer and award-winning stand-up comedian. Fox is the host of the syndicated daytime conflict talk show The Test. Fox has a recurring role on NBC’s hit comedy Parks and Recreation as Sewage Joe. Other recent acting credits include playing Mr. March on Nickelodeon’s How to Rock, the TBS comedy, Who Gets the Last Laugh?, and a guest appearance on NBC’s Community. Fox’s extensive television background includes guest appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Conan, Chelsea Lately and Last Comic Standing, as well as his own Comedy Central Presents. His experience is not only limited to television, though. Fox has also built an impressive list of silver screen credits including Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Postman, Post Grad, The Patriot and Wyatt Earp. Fox also co-wrote and co-starred in Tennis Anyone? with Donal Logue. Fox began his showbiz career performing stand-up comedy and took “Best Comedian” honors at the Aspen Comedy Festival in 2007. A Southern Californian all his life, Fox originally hails from San Diego. A one-time professional tennis player and avid golfer, Fox currently lives in Los Angeles.