Bartnick moved to San Francisco and began his career as a stand-up comedian in 1997. He started performing in coffee shops and laundromats, and eventually went on to play venues such as The Warfield, the Punch Line, and the Palace of Fine Arts. During that time, he became a regular at the Punchline Comedy Club and shared the stage with comedians such as Dave Attell, Bill Burr, Dave Chappelle, and Robin Williams.
Check out his Podcast at http://sideshownetwork.tv/category/podcasts/sports/puck-off/
Nick Youssef is a Los Angeles-based comedian and actor whose been seen in numerous national TV commercials, guest roles on sitcoms such as NBCs Animal Practice and in the popular video game, LA Noire. When not on tour, Nick hosts the Occasionally Awesome podcast on the All Things Comedy network and can be seen performing stand up at The Comedy Store, Laugh Factory and Improv comedy clubs in Hollywood.
Jason Lawhead is quickly becoming one of the hottest stand-up comedians performing today. His remarkably fresh outlook on topical issues branded with a charmed delivery and unorganized life-lessons makes Lawhead funny from start to finish.
The Ohio born Comedian makes the audience feel as if they themselves where involved in the stories and jokes he tells. Great at thinking on his feet, Lawhead is able to blend personal experiences, fresh subjects and facial expressions all ranging from topics about sports & life to questioning relationships and most off, himself. The youngest of seven children Jason always had a built-in audience and would often mimic household life by doing impressions of his siblings and parents, which he brings to the surface today. Jason has become a fixture opening for Bill Burr on the road as well as beginning to headline himself.
Now living in Southern California Jason has performed at Clubs all over the country. With a life devoted to himself Lawhead will continue trying to make audiences laugh and get paid for it.
I Kevin Christy was born and raised in Los Angeles CA. I have performed all over the country for very little money. You may have seen me on such shows as Mad Men, How I met you mother, Grey's Anatomy, Malcolm in the Middle C.S.I, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Bones, as well as other television shows whose names have been forgotten due to low quality. Amongst my friends and family I am know as being emotionally distant but extremely punctual.
After moving to San Francisco, Kevin started a career in the Internet industry which lasted a whole year. In 2002 he was layed off and was convinced by a friend to go to an open mic. Influenced by Eddie Murphy's "RAW", Kevin decided to go to the open mic dressed in a purple leather jump suit......not a good idea. His first set was not very good.
Not trying to become the typical Asian comic Kevin strayed away from Korean accents based on their mothers'.....plus his mom is a honkey. He concetrated on developing his own style which has said to be very laid back and fresh. With his unique style and jokes, he caught the eyes of hollywood and was invited to the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival.
Kevin has numerous television appearances which include Comedy Central's Premium Blend and Jimmy Kimmel Live. He is currently living in Los Angeles.