Julian McCullough is a nationally touring comedian, host and actor. He has appeared on INSIDE AMY SCHUMER and co-starred with Whitney Cummings on the E! series LOVE YOU, MEAN IT. Julian is a frequent panelist on Chelsea Lately and contributor to The Soup Investigates. He also has his own COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS stand-up special and has appeared on THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JIMMY FALLON. In addition to his television appearances, Julian has been featured at the Just For Laughs Festival and also won the "New York's Funniest" comedy competition in 2008.
Topical, edgy and charismatic, mélia mills has been described as what would be created if Chris Rock and Weird Al had a child.
Entertaining since infancy, mélia wrote her first song about her sister fresh out the womb and penned her first rap about MLK set to the Beastie Boys’ Paul Revere. She wows crowds with her sharp wit, outrageous characters and comedic rhymes. Fans love her commentary on politics, celebrities, relationships and current events.
At the Improv, just prior to a routine by Jerry Seinfeld, mélia took the stage before a packed house and gave her raw uncensored performance. The crowd went wild. As soon as she walked off the stage Cuba Gooding, Jr. approached her and exclaimed, "You are hilarious! I am going to set up a meeting with my management for you." Mélia’s comedic star has been rising ever since.
Jamie Foxx's manager invited her to perform at Comedy Central’s Laffapalooza. Dave Chappelle has invited her to open for him several times at the Punchline. She has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle and Funny Women UK magazine.
mélia starred in the Warner Bros. film Black August and was a comedic commentator on BET's Top 25 under 25 and Top 25 Heartaches. She has appeared on Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen for ABC and regularly produces mélia's mashUp her storytelling, stand up and rap show at the Comedy Central Stage.
Often described as an "outburst comic", Nick Cobb's comedy is emotional and thoughtful with a physical rant always right around the corner. While a native Memphian, Nick attended Indiana University where he majored in Psychology. After graduating, he traveled Australia working odd jobs, like selling water filters door-to-door. Upon his return home, Nick started hitting the local comedy club because it was always his dream. In no time, Nick won a stand-up competition and moved to New York City. He headlines at clubs, colleges, benefits and corporate events all over the country. Nick recently returned from a college tour throughout the South and has been doing commentary for MTV videos. He has also been featured on AMC's "Date Night". When not performing, Nick dominates Sudoku.