Craig Anton has made a living being funny for over 20 years. Working as a stand up comic and comic actor, he has a modern approach to what works in today's film and television market. Most of all, for the last 10 years he has helped other funny friends and actor's hone, develop and book work.
His first pilot season in LA, Craig booked two pilots-- both went to series; First Time Out for The WB and MAD TV for FOX. Most recently, his appearances include roles on Entourage, The Office, Boston Legal, Everybody Loves Raymond, Curb Your Enthusiasm, King Of Queens, MAD TV, lead roles in 2 different series for the WB, leads on countless pilots, and most recently a lead role for the Disney Channel's Phil Of The Future, which airs everyday. His writing credits include being a head writer for VH-1's Random Play. His film work includes comedies and dramas; D Wars, Careless, Live from Baghdad, Deliver Us From Eva.
Craig started acting as a kid in Omaha, Nebraska, and then performing in comedy clubs in 1978 while in high school. After earning a B.A. from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln with majors in Theater and English, Craig went on the road doing stand up all over the US and eventually around the world, as part of an all comedy USO tour, in Turkey, Greece, Bahrain, Italy, Israel and Spain.
As a stand up, Craig has worked clubs, colleges and corporate events throughout the country. Craig made his way to New York in 1989 and hit the clubs and nearly every cable comedy show, featuring stand up. He has toured and performed on over 1500 college campuses and was nominated 3 successive years in a row for NACA's prestigious Campus Entertainer of the Year Award. As of late, his stand-up has been featured on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and most recently on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live.
When not teaching or coaching, Craig stays busy performing live in Los Angeles; Dead Bride Running, The Idiots, Bob's Holiday Office Party, Girly Magazine Party and co-hosts Tomorrow, midnight's every Saturday, at the Steve Allen Theater.
RON LYNCH is considered one of the forefathers of alternative comedy. Ron was part of the Boston comedy scene that spawned such comics as Steven Wright, Paula Poundstone, Bobcat Goldthwait, Marc Maron, and others featured in the documentary, "When Comedy Was King". Ron studied theater in New York, and improvisation at Second City Chicago. Presently, he is the host/producer of the popular "Tomorrow!" variety show, now in it's tenth year, which occurs every Saturday at midnight. His act is a blend of characters, improvisation, sounds, and other stuff. His credits include The Sarah Silverman Program (he played all the doctors), Conan, Andy Richter Controls the Universe, and several sitcoms. His voice can be heard on Bob's Burgers, Adventure Time, Dr. Katz, Tim and Eric, and the cult favorite, Home Movies, where he was Mr. Lynch. Movie credits include Smashed, Murder in the First, several independents, and many short movies, including a few produced with Louie CK. He plays drums in two bands, both mostly comics, still hasn't done his taxes, and will be performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland in August!
Andrew majored in history at a small midwestern college and then became the United States ambassador to China. While in China, Andrew started an open-mic where he was discovered and put on NBCÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Late Friday, Comedy CentralÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Premium Blend, the Late Late show on CBS as well as the Montreal Comedy Festival and the HBO Aspen comedy festival. He now returns to China once a week to headline other open mics. Andrew lives in Los Angeles with his Ã¢â‚¬?wifeÃ¢â‚¬? and his Ã¢â‚¬?catÃ¢â‚¬?. Their names are Mr. Business and Margaret.
Brendon Small is a stand-up comedian and co-creator, writer, star, and music writer for UPN's and later Cartoon Network's Home Movies, Small is also working on the Adult Swim series Metalocalypse and provided his voice in the hit series The Venture Bros. Small graduated from the Berklee College of Music, where he began his love affair with speed guitar.
In Home Movies, he portrayed the lead character, an 8-year-old aspiring filmmaker, also named Brendon Small, and a number of other, more minor characters. Early episodes of the show featured squigglevision, a style made famous by the cartoon Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, produced by Soup2Nuts, the same company that produced Home Movies.
Small posed for a pictorial that appeared in the (cover-dated) April 2006 issue of Playgirl magazine, as part of a humor-themed issue. AdultSwim.com (the official website of Cartoon Network programming block Adult Swim, on which Home Movies airs) reported on March 7, 2006, that Small posed wearing "nothing but a Viking helmet"; the Playgirl website further described a "strategically placed Viking helmet", indicating that Small's genitals were not exposed in the pictorial.
Brendon Small currently resides in Los Angeles, California with his dog, Ernie.
Joining Brendon Small for this mega event are also badass super-musicians Mike Keneally, Thundercat and Joe Travers!