Dave Ross is a stand-up comic and a staple of the Los Angeles comedy scene. He recently headlined both the Hollywood Improv and the Nerdist Theater at Meltdown, and continues to cart his weird blend of intense vulnerability, screaming political commentary and dumb butt jokes around the city and the country, to every festival, club, theater, bar, fire hall and bombed-out stone building that will have him. Once, in Oregon, he performed for four year-olds.
Some things you might know him from: he is the host of the podcast Terrified on the Nerdist Network, a MOTH Grand Slam winner, a storyteller on KCRW's UnFictional, and was recently interviewed on WTF with Marc Maron. You might have seen him on Tosh.0 with his sketch group, WOMEN, which was named the #1 Comedy Act to Watch in 2014 by the LA Weekly and is now making sketches for IFC's Comedy Crib. In 2014, Dave got hammered on Drunk History on Comedy Central, and in a blackout, demanded that everyone in the world be nice to each other. That's pretty much Dave in a nutshell. He loves you. He loves you kind of angrily.
Jeff Dye is an extremely talented comedian/actor/host who has hosted 2 series for MTV’s NUMBNUTS and their newest series, MONEY FROM STRANGERS. Jeff did so well at the TBS COMEDY FESTIVAL in Chicago and COMEDY CENTRAL’S LIVE AT GOTHAM that he got his very own half-hour comedy special titled COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS JEFF DYE that aired last year.
Jeff gained national attention when he was a finalist on NBC’s Emmy nominated series LAST COMIC STANDING and then performed in a 50 city tour with the other top vote getters. He previously won the Giggles 10th Annual Laff-Off in his native Seattle, and was selected to perform at the prestigious JUST FOR LAUGHS FESTIVAL in Montreal.
Jeff was a recurring cast member on ABC’s hit show EXTREME MAKEOVER: HOME EDITION.
Mike Lawrence is a comedian born and raised in South Florida. He began doing comedy as a way to escape the dullness of his job at the McDonald's Drive-Thru and quickly fell in love with it. He moved to New York in 2007, where he could write about all of his miserable life experiences from a safe distance. He has since performed at the New York Comic Con -- a dream come true. He performed at the "New Faces" showcase at the 2010 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. He was also nominated for Best Male Comedian at the 2010 ECNY Awards and featured in Time Out New York. He will make his television debut on "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show" on Comedy Central on April 14, 2011.