Stephen is known for “Gustavo Rocque” on “Big Time Rush” tv series and “The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It” film playing the role of “Seth”.
Stephen plays the larger than life record executive “Gustovo Rocque” on Nickelodeon’s “Big Time Rush” which can best be described as “The Monkeys” meets “Entourage.” Stephen has also appeared in films and was featured in comedian Jeff Ross’ Comedy Central special. Stephen has also created, written, produced and starred in a smash hit Comedy Central web-series called “Small Business” which portrays Stephen as an ad executive who runs an ad agency exclusively through the creative genius of five year old kids who are not afraid to go toe to toe with the boss that towers over them. Stephen is also an accomplished singer and he was employed by Dreamworks to perform as “Shrek” during the “workshop” phase of the Broadway show with the same name.”
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.
You won't know what hit you. Andy Peters attacks like a mongoose in the night. He presents a tornado of absurd storytelling with off-the-cuff audience interaction zooming through the air. Andy's first show ever: opening for Colin Quinn at a jam-packed college arena...since then he has toured the country performing in Chicago, New York, LA, and some other, less popular destinations. He won the Rocky Mountain Laugh-Off, was a Finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition and invitee to the San Francisco Comedy Competition, D.C. Comedy Fest, and Boston Comedy Festival. Andy will melt your face.
Scot Nery is a comedy entertainer who performs a pancake juggling show around the world, works in television and film, and creates theatrical prop-oriented productions.
Summer is here and The Improv is proud to host Teen Tours from all over the country, and we would like to invite you out to experince the World Famous Hollywood Improv with your 13+ Teens!!!
Come out and see The Improv's most amazing talent! Combining up and coming comics with seasoned veterans and today's hottest acts, it is always an amazing show! Some shows have yielded such up and coming acts as Ian Bagg, Sam Tripoli, Bret Ernst, Adam Hunter, as well as some veteran performers such as Ron White, Bob Saget, Chris Rock,and Sarah Silverman.
***These shows are not censored for children. Material may not be appropriate for children under the age of 17***