Jay Larson is best known as a stand up comedian with multiple appearances on The Late Late Show, four appearances on Conan and his own half hour special on Comedy Central. Jay's style is completely original and his ability to connect to an audience through storytelling is unmatched. As a storyteller his "Wrong Number" story went viral after climbing to #1 on Reddit and was also featured on "This American Life" with Ira Glass claiming, "Perfect Comedy, Perfect Storytelling…" Jay's Story telling has also been featured on Comedy Central's "This is Not Happening" and can be heard every Toozdee on his wildly successful podcast, The CrabFeast. Jay's first album, "Self Diagnosed" was released in 2011 by AST records and his follow up album, "Human Math" is set to release in the fall.
While stand up is his first love Jay wears many hats and recently co-hosted two seasons of "Best Bars in America" for the Esquire Network. This Spring Jay made his Movie debut in the critically acclaimed Thriller, "The Invitation". The Karyn Kusama film has launched Jay in a different light and led to a role in the highly anticipated second season of Twin Peaks, set to air on Showtime in 2017. Between stand up, podcasting, hosting and acting Jay has also found time to write and create two television shows for NBC Universal. Though neither show was made Jay is on the hunt for the next one! But at the end of the day the job that Jay gets the most satisfaction out of is being a father to his two kids.
Jon Huck is a Comedian and an Actor. He has appeared on Comedy From SXSW on Showtime, Comedy Central’s Live At Gotham as well as “This Is Not Happening” for Comedy Central Studios. His album “Fantasticular Hilaritation” is available on ITunes.
Jon’s first two movies – “Garbage” & “Dumbbells” can both be seen on Netflix & Amazon. He has done countless commercials and has appeared on shows such as Punk’d, Frank TV and this January you can see Jon in a recurring guest star role on the new Jane Lynch CBS show Angel From Hell.
You can hear Jon & Comedian Bryan Erwin every week on The Hollywood Anonymous Podcast at the All Things Comedy Network.
Jersey City native,VinceRoyale was always the class clown, though he never thought comedy would be his career. Currently living in Los Angeles, the former retail salesman turned stand-up comedian and reality show star of Logo/MTV’s “Bad Sex” and regular on FOX's "Laughs" has been performing in Los Angeles hot spots and New York night clubs for the past seven years. Vince is extremely down-to-earth and full of charisma and he has an uncanny ability to turn the things he sees into world class jokes. He is humble and says that his passion for comedy and ability to do what he loves in front of an audience is indeed a blessing.
Vince will be the first one to tell you that his success with comedy truly happened by accident. After a few cocktails with a group of friends at a local Southern California bar, Vince swooped on stage at an open mic and made everyone laugh out loud. He was so funny that the club’s owner invited him to come back the very next week to perform in a comedy contest. Vince agreed to do the show; it’s a good thing he did because he won.
“I followed my passion,” Vince explained. “My mom wanted me to become a doctor, but I couldn’t stand the sight of blood.”
It’s a good thing he chose comedy over surgery because after only a few years performing stand-up, Vince has already shared the stage with a number of well-known comedians that include Louis C.K., Russell Peters, Jim Gaffigan, and Martin Lawrence. However, it was comedian Tommy Davidson that inspired him to take his act to the next level. Vince says that he was doing at least three shows a night, up to five days a week when he met Davidson at the “Laugh Factory” in California. He asked the former In Living Color star what else he should be doing to further his career. Davidson, sharp-tongued, proclaimed, “Do it seven days a week.”
Vince took his advice and has been performing comedy non-stop ever since.
Patrick just appeared on this season's finale of Dr. Ken on ABC after 2 seasons playing Alien Johnny Unitas on the network's The Neighbors sitcom. He has major roles in two films out this year, The Thinning and Internet Famous. Other recent appearances include FOX's Grandfathered, Adult Swim's Hot Package, ABC's Happy Endings and Comedy Central's Free Radio.
A fixture on the national standup scene, Patrick was chosen for the 2016 Laughing Skull Comedy Festival (Atlanta) and is headlining clubs in Seattle, Calgary and San Francisco. He also writes for roasts, artists of Nickelodeon's Awesomeness TV and the internet channel Totally Sketch. As a producer, his documentary on Lenny Bruce titled Looking for Lenny was ranked #1 by IFC.COMon their "10 Great Documentaries about Comedians" list.
Patrick also had a two year run as Gary Busey in Point Break Live! and created the hit impersonator stage shows All About (Christopher) Walken and All About Jack (Nicholson). His touring one man show Young Sully was chosen as S.F. Chronicle Pick of the Week and for the Out of Bounds Comedy Festival (Austin) in 2011.
Line up: Rome Gall, Jay Larson, Jon Huck, Vince Royale, Patrick O'Sullivan, Yvonne Orji
Rome presents Clean Cut Comedy. A show featuring the best of the best, most funniest comics whose wit and cleverness is used to produce wholesome content. Its ingenious results is pure, unadulterated, gut-clenching laughter. It's clean! Its cut! It's comedy!
It's time to clean this city up...with laughter that is! Hailed as a must-see show on the east coast, Clean Cut Comedy is a new wave of comedy that's sweeping the nation! It's hip, clever, thought-provoking, yet endearing merriment brings just the right ingredients of hilariousness that'll keep you on an endless ride of laugh-out-loud laughter! It's clean, original, no holds barred comedy that all ages can enjoy!