Adam Devine is best known for his role as Adam DeMamp on COMEDY CENTRAL’s hit show “Workaholics.” Already a growing success, the show ended its summer season with an average of 2 million viewers per show, establishing itself as the highest rated series in its timeslot among Men
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His sketch-comedy group, Mail Order Comedy, has headlined sold-out comedy shows all over the country. Devine acts, writes and produces all of Mail Order Comedy’s material, including “Workaholics.”??Devine recently starred in the Universal comedy “Pitch Perfect,” which follows the competitive world of collegiate a cappella groups, along with Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, and Rebel Wilson.??Devine also performed in the “New Faces” show at the Montreal Comedy Festival, shortly after which he was cast opposite Jon Heder and Diane Keaton in the Warner Bros. movie “Mamma’s Boy.”
He appeared on COMEDY CENTRAL’s “Live at Gotham,” TBS’ “Frank TV” and ABC’s “Better Off Ted.” Additionally, Devine was a recurring guest-star on ABC’s “Samantha Who?
Skyler Stone is an actor, producer, comedian and writer from Kalamazoo, Michigan. He has been on The Late Show w/ Craig Ferguson, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, and Comedy Central's Premium Blend. He has headlined in over 40 cities and 5 different countries and has opened for Jay Mohr, Damon Wayans, Christopher Titus, Dane Cookand Dave Attell. He had his own show on Comedy Central when he was only 25 years old called CON that he wrote, executive produced, and starred in. The show has found a cult following online and bootlegs of it are distributed frequently. In 2007, Skyler wrote, executive produced and starred in a prank show called Skyler's Revolution for FOX and in the same year he was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Short Film for a short that he directed. With producer Michael Abbott he made a video that went extremely viral called Hands Free Driving about the driving law that went into effect in 2008 in California.
Many top directors have cast Skyler in supporting roles in the last few years (Sir Christopher Guest, the Farrelly Brothers, Michael Bay, and Roger Avary to name a few). He has done guest stars on The Defenders, Rules Of Engagement, The Mentalist, CSI:NY, Dollhouse, Dark Blue, Zeke And Luther, and Lost. He has been the host of two Cartoon Network shows, two MTV shows and hosts his own live comedy show every month in LA at the Hollywood Improv called Skyler Stone & People He Pretends Are His Friends (it is one of their top-selling shows). Most remember him from his role as one of the cooks in the feature Waiting, he played opposite Dane Cook, Ryan Reynolds and Luis Guzman in his kitchen scenes.
Skyler just starred in his first leading role in a film called Housebroken with Danny Devito. He has also just been cast in a hilarious recurring role on Raising Hope for FOX (from My Name Is Earl creator Greg Garcia). It started airing September 21st of 2010 on Fox in the much sought after time-slot after Glee. Skylerstone.com has won several awards for its design and for its innovative use of Skyler's twisted comedy. He is just wrapped filming a lead role for the horror film Hostel: Part III. He has a dog named Sammy that goes with him everywhere.
Mary Lynn Rajskub has established herself as a versatile and dynamic actress, writer and performer through impressive television and film roles, as well as stand-out live performances. Her fan-favorite role as computer genius Chloe O’Brian on FOX’s smash hit 24 helped earn the show a 2006 Emmy win for Best Drama, as well as 2006 and 2005 SAG nominations for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.
Rajskub went to art school for painting but discovered performing arts. After her first one-woman show, she received a review saying her performance was “one of the strangest and funniest performances I have ever seen.” From that moment, she began honing her skills as a comedian and dramatic actress.
After arriving in Los Angeles, Mary Lynn was cast on David Cross and Bob Odenkirk’s critically acclaimed HBO sketch comedy Series Mr. Show with Bob and David. Quickly thereafter she joined HBO’s The Larry Sanders Show. In addition to 24, her recent episodic work includes It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Flight of the Conchords, Raising Hope and Modern Family.
Mary Lynn’s big screen credits include Julie and Julia with Meryl Streep and Amy Adams, Firewall, opposite Harrison Ford, Legally Blonde II: Red, White, and Blonde, Sweet Home Alabama, Dude, Where’s My Car, and Roadtrip. She can also be seen in indie hits including Sunshine Cleaning, with Amy Adams and Emily Blunt, Academy Award winning Little Miss Sunshine, Punch Drunk Love starring Adam Sandler and in the upcoming film Safety Not Guaranteed which aired at Sundance.
Mary Lynn is currently making a return to stand up comedy where she has an established cult following, and resides in Los Angeles with her husband and their son.
Cliff Clinton’s been around the world and back with his comedy…figuratively. Starting in late 2008 with a few years of improv experience and a poorly put together open mic night, he fell in love and never turned back. Cliff spent his first year of doing comedy at his alma mater, Chapman University, doing all sorts of shows, for urban music festivals in dorm room basements to opening for musical groups in large theaters. Since then, Cliff has entered the more professional leagues, performing at the Improv Comedy Club in Irvine , the Comedy Store in Los Angeles, and even being a participant on Last Comic Standing’s seventh season. Cliff resides in Orange, CA working on a BA in Screenwriting
Though he would remain one of the comedy world's best-kept secrets through the later half of the 1990s, improvisational comic-turned-actor David Koechner later made a successful transition from SNL and Late Night With Conan O'Brien funnyman to supporting feature player roles when word of his talent spread, thanks to stellar supporting parts in such wide-release films as A_Guy_Thing and Anchorman. The Tipton, MO, native studied political science at the University of Missouri, with a subsequent career in the family business (manufacturing turkey coops) narrowly averted by a post-college move to Chicago. It was there that Koechner attempted to master his comic skills under the tutelage of improv master Del_Close, with further studies at the Windy City's ImprovOlympic cementing the skills of the up-and-coming talent. A subsequent stint at Chicago's Second City Theater led to Koechner's lucky break when he was whisked away by SNL creator Lorne_Michaels to become a player in the long-running weekly comedy mainstay. Though he would remain with SNL for merely one season, Koechner continued to impress on the small screen as a performer on Late Night with Conan O'Brien in the 1996-1997 season. As his reputation continued to grow due to appearances on such popular shows as Mad_About_You and Dharma & Greg, Koechner also made an impression in features thanks to small but memorable roles in Austin_Powers:_The_Spy_Who_Shagged_Me, Man on the Moon, and My_Boss's_Daughter. Though he would continue to work in minor capacity on the small screen, Koechner seemed to be focusing on features at this point in his career, with a turn as a chauvinistic sportscaster in the 2004 Will_Ferrell comedy Anchorman offering what was perhaps his most substantial feature performance to date.
Steve's Comedy Central Presents Half Hour Special premiered in 2006 and was voted the seventeenth most popular Comedy Central Presents by fans as part of the Standup Showdown on comedycentral.com. He also was the winner of the MySpace Standup Or Sitdown competition on TBS. He has had small parts in several films: The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, starring Jeremy Piven and was produced by Will Ferrell; Four Christmases, starring Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon; and Couples Retreat, starring Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau. On July 16, he appeared on Conan. He has become a regular on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno recently and has done it 9 times. He's filming his third hour special Feb. 8th in New York City in 2014.
Byrne created with Rob Long and is starring in the comedy Sullivan & Son on TBS that premiered in the summer of 2012. After a very successful summer run with Season One, TBS gave the go ahead for a second season that aired in summer of 2013. The show proved to be a hit with an average of 2.4 million viewers per episode and is being brought back for a third season with 13 episodes slated for summer of 2014. Byrne will once again hit the road with the other comedians and co-stars of the show Owen Benjamin, Ahmed Ahmed and Roy Wood Jr. in support of Sullivan & Son that same summer.
This natural entertainer grew up in St. Peter, MO., just west of St. Louis. “IT” all started
in preschool. Full of energy and wit, his teachers gave him time in the early afternoons
to entertain his classmates in order to minimize his comedic exploits during class time.
Michael did dance routines, mimicking Michael Jackson, and was a natural for leading
roles in school plays. He just loved to be the center of attention so he could entertain
everyone and make them smile.
Michael Anthony continued to act in plays throughout elementary school, high school,
and college. His roles include everything from dramatic historic plays to gut-busting
comedies. At times, he would juggle appearances in two different plays simultaneously.
After graduating high school, he put his entertainment career on hold in order to pursue
a college education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. The acting bug forced
Michael Anthony to take classes at COCA and The Muny, two of St. Louis’s well known
He entered into a profitable entertainment venture when he began performing, writing
lyrics, rapping, and co-managing the group, KRT (Knights of the Round Table).
Michael’s natural passion for writing led him to co-write songs used in sports highlights
for both the St. Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Rams. He and KRT performed songs
live in the studio of News Channel 5’s “Sports Plus” in 2006 and 2007. In 2005, Michael
won the Midwest Market Addy Award for writing a commercial for ‘Slackers’, a music
and video game store in Missouri. After writing two locally respected albums, Michael
returned to his main passion and directed his talents to writing sketches, scripts, and
material that keep the audience laughing and smiling.
Michael Anthony’s natural passion for entertaining, mixed with his experiences in
writing and acting, led him to pursue stand up comedy. His timing & observations on
current events quickly made him a favorite at local comedy clubs. Within months of
Michael’s initial pursuit of comedy, he was already getting paid to perform and even
asked to do shows with Guy Torry and Paul Mooney.
Michael is now ready for the next chapter in his life as an entertainer. He is passionate
about providing quality entertainment for his audience, and has built upon his prior
experiences in order to know the best way to do so. Michael’s experiences are diverse,
and his passions are many. He has always put all of himself into every creative project he
has ever been involved with, and will continue to do so, so long as there are still people
out there that Michael can make laugh and smile.
Every month Skyler Stone (Raising Hope, Comedy Central's CON, Waiting, For Your Consideration) puts on an amazing evening of comedy and music. Except it is not what you might think. It isn't comedians going up and then musicians going up and doing their separate acts. NO! It is all integrated. Skyler only books comedians who use music in their acts (like Zach Galifianakis or Garfunkel & Oates) and comics who love to talk about music in their acts (think Brian Posehn ranting about metal music or Chris Porter gabbing about the Black Crowes).