Jerry Rocha is one of the hottest comics on the scene, constantly on tour and leaving a trail of busted guts and broken hearts in his wake. Well okay not really, but he has been a featured performer on SiTV, The Latino Laugh Festival, and was the subject of a half-hour documentary on the Travel Channel. He has spent the past few years working at comedy clubs all over the country, and is currently planning a move back to L.A.. If Jerry is still telling you this in a year, that means he’s a liar, and it’s back to living with his Mom. His routine is all over the map, able to make light of any subject, making people laugh at things they normally wouldn’t, and also making them laugh at the easiest target…himself.
Let’s take you back to the heart of Dallas, Texas where it all began with a four year-old boy, and a dream (and an Uncle’s finger that was far too close to be considered legal). A dream that centered around the only joy that boy had, making the people he loved laugh. Of course like all dreams that live in the heart, taking those first steps were always the toughest, and like any are you still reading this shit? What the fuck is wrong with you? You can’t be that ugly and alone to give that much of a fuck about those first few sentences that you had to keep on reading. I really hope that you didn’t lock a crying child in a closet so that you could pay better attention to this meaningless full-of-myself horseshit. If you are here, know that I love you, and that is all that matters…all that will ever matter. I hope to see you when I am in a town within a reasonable drive from where you live, and when that happens, feel free to lock that annoying fuck anywhere you want.
With just under a few years into stand up, Nick Guerra has won over crowds from all walks of life. Whether it is performing from clubs to colleges to any place with a stage, Nick has shown that dedication and continuous work has paid off. His style balances all topics. Current events, relationship humor, and personal stories have become his arsenal when given a microphone. Many times the crowds never knew what to expect with Nick but were rarely disappointed.
Nick was a writer, asst. director, actor and story producer for the Mun 2 reality show “Pitbull’s La Esquina” (2nd season), performed on Comedy Central's "Gabriel Iglesias Stand Up Revolution" (2nd season) and just filmed for Nuvo TV's "Stand Up & Deliver" (2nd season).
Growing up in foster care in South Central Los Angeles, it was her excessive talking and imaginary friends that prompted her increasingly flustered social worker to steer her to stand-up comedy by enrolling her into the world famous Laugh Factory Comedy Camp for Children. Tiffany has been making people laugh ever since, appearing on VH1’s “Best Week Ever,” HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam,” “Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes” for TV One, and also on Comedy Central’s “Reality Bites”. Not only is she a comedian, she has proven to be a versatile actress appearing in such diverse projects with Guest Star roles in ABC’s “In the Motherhood” and Comedy Central’s “Reno:911.” She also was seen in the film comedy “Meet the Spartans” and the Lifetime drama “Racing for Time,” where she played a Lead role opposite Charles Dutton. Currently, she is appearing opposite Ice Cube in “Janky Promoters” and is one of the stars of the “OWN” series “If Loving You Is Wrong” created by Tyler Perry.
Tiffany Haddish credits her social worker for her success as a comedian/actress.
Tiffany’s comedy has taken her all over the world. She recently returned from
performing on the USO Tour in Japan for U.S. Troops. She has performed all over
Southern California at various comedy clubs and local venues such as: The Laugh
Factory, The Comedy Store and Improv. She also performs at a comedy show
“Chuckles Not Knuckles”, a program she developed for inner-city high school students
that promotes non-violence.
Tiffany sees herself as sexy as Halle Berry, as funny as Jim Carrey, raw like Richard
Pryor with the comedic timing of Lucille Ball, smooth like Eddie Murphy, Jewish as
Whoopie Goodberg and hopes to some day have money like Oprah.
Ralph Figueroa, was born and raised in La Puente, CA by two very loving and hard working parents. This half-Mexican, half-Salvadoran, U.S. Army veteran joined the military at the age of 17 and proudly served his country for 12 years! During his stint in the military, he also found time to attend college at UCLA, Cal State Long Beach and Cal Poly Pomona, eventually becoming a 2nd grade teacher.
Ralph picked up the microphone for the first time in January of 2010 and has since been one of the hardest working comics in the L.A. comedy circuit. He’s worked at various venues throughout California, from San Diego to Fresno and San Jose. Ralph has been featured at The Ice House, The Laugh Factory and the Brea, Ontario, Irvine, San Jose and Hollywood Improv’s opening for some of the biggest names in comedy today.
Ralph has risen quickly through the comedy ranks due to his comedic story telling with attention to detail that will have you laughing out loud. He aspires to someday headline a comedy special of his own and will succeed through his work ethic and perseverance. Once you hear Ralph, you’ll see why he’s one of the hottest, up and coming stand-up comedians around!
Johnny Roque grew up in a house where his parents were both Pastors that were once gang members. He found a sense of humor when he was a child because growing up as the "fat kid" leaves only two options; laugh or cry and once all the water is gone from your body you can only laugh. In college he started doing stand-up at coffee houses and whatever bar would accept the lie that he was 21. After years of working on his craft at comedy clubs, bars, coffee house, he is now a working comedian. He also wrote on the Gabriel Iglesias YouTube show "Damn TV" and comedy centrals upcoming animated show "Trip Tank." Currently in his mid 20s he is being known as an up and comming comedian to keep an eye on.
Line up: Jerry Rocha, Nick Guerra, Feraz Ozel, Jose Chavez, Luis Carrillo, Johnny Roque, Tiffany Haddish, Ralph Figueroa