Kirk Fox is an actor, writer, producer and award-winning stand-up comedian. Fox hosted the syndicated daytime conflict talk show The Test. Fox had 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.
Ian Edwards has appeared on Family Guy, Live at Gotham, and HBO's Bad Boys of Comedy. He can be seen weekly at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles.
Edwards was born in England and has lived in Jamaica, New York, and California. When he was 21, he stopped working the drive-thru at Burger King to try his hand at comedy. Since then, he's appeared on Def Comedy Jam (twice) and Show Time at the Apollo. He's written for Saturday Night Live, the Lyricist Lounge show on MTV, The Boondocks for the Cartoon Network, etc., and was currently a cast member of the fifth season of Punk'd on MTV.
Chelsea Peretti is a stand-up comedian, actress and writer who currently appears in FOX’s hit series, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” The show won two Golden Globe Awards in 2014 including one for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy. Peretti stars alongside Andy Samberg, Terry Crews and Joe Lo Truglio as ‘Gina Linetti,’ the 99th precinct’s administrator. Entertainment Weekly calls Peretti one of the fall’s “buzziest breakouts” and the New York Post calls her a “comedic gem, whose dry wit is unparalleled.” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” was also nominated for a 2014 People’s Choice Award for Favorite New TV Comedy and received a Satellite Award nomination for Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical.
In other television credits, Peretti has appeared on “Louie,” “Kroll Show,” and “Tosh.0” and plays multiple characters on Adult Swim’s “China, IL.” Her half hour special “Comedy Central Presents” aired in 2011. Peretti has been praised as one of Variety’s “Top 10 Comics to Watch,” Comedy Central’s “Hotlist” comedians, and in Vanity Fair’s 2013 “Comedy” issue. She was also recognized by TIME magazine as having one of the “140 Best Twitter Feeds” of 2013.
Peretti is also an accomplished writer, having written for “Parks and Recreation,” “Saturday Night Live,” “The Sarah Silverman Program,” “Portlandia” and “Kroll Show.”
Peretti tours her stand-up at comedy clubs, theaters, and festivals across the country. She has performed at venues including The Comedy Store, Largo, UCB, and the Improv on Melrose and will embark on a US tour this spring (March – May 2014).
Her weekly call-in podcast “Call Chelsea Peretti” debuted at number 1 in 2012 on iTunes comedy podcasts. Original comedic web projects include the highly-trafficked website BlackPeopleLoveUs.com, the New York City Rejection Line, and her “Making Friends” and “All My Exes” web series. She is actively followed on Twitter as @chelseavperetti and instagram as: chelsanity.
Peretti resides in Los Angeles.
Native to southern California Mat Edgar was born from a French Italian father and a Latin mother. Growing up, Mat moved many times up and down the west coast living in both rich and poor neighborhoods exposing him to many diversities such as race and class. This influenced his life both socially and comedically. Mat Edgar started off his stand up comedy career as a door guy at the world famous Comedy Store in Hollywood like many of the greats such as Sam Kinison and Jim Carrey. Mat quickly made a name for himself at the Comedy Store which has put him on tour with great comedians such as Steve Ranazzisi, Bobby Lee, Steve Trevino, and Jeff Garlin.
Originally from Alabama, Willie Hunter has been doing stand-up comedy since 2007. He has his own live podcast titled WILLIE Talks. He is also a regular "Potluck" host at The Comedy Store just like his idol David Letterman.
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