Erin Foley is an amazing comedic actress, comedian, and writer. Just this year, she made her stand-up debut on Conan, did a guest star on the NBC series Go On, and also performed stand-up on TV Guide’s inaugural series Stand-up In Stilettos hosted by Kate Flannery of The Office and Comedy Central’s new series Mash Up hosted by TJ Miller. As a seasoned comedian, she also has a Comedy Central Presents under her belt, as well as having been on Premium Blend, Chelsea Lately and The Kilborn File. In New York and Los Angeles, Erin can be regularly seen at Gotham Comedy Club, Caroline's on Broadway, The Improv, The Laugh Factory and Stand Up New York. She has performed at the San Francisco Sketch Fest, Just for Laughs/TBS Comedy Festival in Chicago and the Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin. Foley has had the honor of being selected to perform at the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival three times. Additionally, Erin has starred in many national commercial campaigns, the acclaimed Tribeca Film Fest short Cried Suicide, and even a supporting role in Almost Famous. Erin has branded a unique position for herself in the industry as not only a gifted stand-up but a talented actress. Her versatility makes her one of the most sought- after women working the comedy scene today.
Julie Goldman hails from New York and has been a featured performer on LOGO’s Big Gay Sketch Show for three seasons. She’s also a favorite on Olivia Cruises, has her own LOGO special and won a MAC award for the funniest female in NYC. Her stories are relatable and her delivery is infectious. She has appeared in The Sopranos, RuPauls Drag U and is currently producing “Nicest Thing,” a feature-length lesbian rom-com directed by Amanda Bearse. She also has a web series on www.autostraddle.com called “Julie and Brandy in your Box Office.”
SAM PANCAKE is an actor, improviser, and comedian who hails from Romney, WV. He first came to the attention of film and television casting directors in the late '90's as a member of the award-winning sketch comedy troupe, Margot's Bush. and not long after that he found himself being called, well, the c-word by none other than Larry David in the notorious "The Shrimp Incident" episode of "Curb Your Enthusiam." That inglorious moment led to numerous high-profile recurring and guest starring television roles on many popular series, including Disney's "Jessie," "Parenthood," "Shit My Dad Says," "Pushing Daisies," "Svetlana, "'TIl Death," "Unscripted" with George Clooney, "Friends," "Arrested Development," "'Will & Grace," "LIfe with Bonnie," "Fat Actress," "Charmed," "West Wing," "NYPD Blue," "Without a Trace," "King of Queens" and many more. Sam was also a regular on back-to-back critically acclaimed series, FOX's "Kitchen Confidential," with Bradley Cooper, & created by Darren Star, and Lifetime's improv-based sitcom. "Lovespring International" with Jane Lynch. Sam has also appeared in a slew of films, including "Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3" "Falling Up," "Ready? OK!," "Over Her Dead Body," "Straight Jacket," "Win A Date With Tad Hamilton!," "Legally Blonde 2," "Girls Will Be Girls," and the upcoming "QWERTY", "Space Station 76" (which he also co-wrote) and "Out West." Sam also has two autobiographical one-man shows under his belt, "The Head Is Not Reliable" and "Wasted On a Boy," that he performs occasionally on stages around L.A. Currently Mr. Pancake can be seen starring as "proud pageant dad" Michael Champagne in the popular web series "PRETTY" available for viewing RIGHT NOW at prettytheseries.com. And, YES, Pancake is his real last name.
Jackie is taking the NYC comedy scene by storm.Quickly becoming a local favorite at Gotham and Caroline's on Broadway, Jackie took her show on the road headlining at Clubs and Colleges all over the country. When she is not on the road with the LOL tour, she is busy around Manhattan doing spots on Maxim's Sirius radio and VH1 shows. With this trained actress and Uprights Citizen Brigade improviser it seems thatMiss Monahanisunstoppable.
Erin Foley presents Gays R Us, featuring the best gay, gay friendly, questioning, curious,
funniest comics available that night. Now in it's third year at the Improv, Gays R Us continues
to pack the house on the first Wednesday of each month.