Dov Davidoff was named one of VARIETY’S TOP 10 TO WATCH and His comedy album THE POINT IS… was voted one of the top-10 Comedy Albums of the year on iTunes and in PUNCHLINE magazine.
Dov starred opposite Mark Wahlberg in the film INVINCIBLE, and has been seen on any number of TV shows including THE LEAGUE, WHITNEY, BOSTON LEGAL, LAW AND ORDER and THE CHAPPELLE SHOW. He also starred opposite Jeff Goldblum on the NBC series RAINES.
Davidoff has performed on THE TONIGHT SHOW and JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE, and has had his own COMEDY CENTRAL specials, including a 1/2 hour special, and his 1hr special (FILTHY OPERATION). He’s also performed on a number of COMEDY CENTRAL’S standup specials including Russel Simmon’s THE RUCKUS, and Gabriel Iglesias’ STANDUP REVOLUTION, and Showtime’s ‘LIVE FROM AMSTERDAM’.
Dov is now touring the country with what will be become his latest one hour comedy special, and finishing a memoir to be published by St Martin’s Press.
Vinny Fasline is a fast up in coming stand up comedian currently based in Los Angeles.
He started his comedy career in the Pittsburgh, which also gave its start to such legends as Billy Gardell, Dennis Miller, Steve Byrne, and Eddie Ifft.
After being diagnosed with a brain tumor and having surgery in 2000, Vinny found an outlet for his experiences through stand up. He then became the face for Gilda's Club in Pittsburgh, an organization started by Steve Martin for comedy legend Gilda Radner & husband Gene Wilder for people living with cancer, their families and friends. Vinny quickly became a regular at the Pittsburgh Improv, and soon there after, moved to Los Angeles. In 2013 he started the live stand up comedy show "Socially Awkward" that is now featured every month at the famous Hollywood Improv Comedy Club and regularly sells out! The show not only features Vinny, but has also featured some of the biggest names in comedy such as: Bill Burr, Erik Griffin, Chris D'Elia, Anthony Jeselnik, and more. In addition to stand up, Vinny is also an up in coming actor that trained & studied at John Rosenfeld Studios in Los Angeles, as well as Steel City Improv, Donna Belajac Studios in Pittsburgh, and currently studying at UCB.
Suli McCullough is an American stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. Most recently, he was a writer on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" & "Lopez Tonight". However, he’s probably best known for his role as “Mouse” on “The Jamie Foxx Show” or “Crazy Legs” (The dude in the wheelchair!) in the Wayans Bros. spoof, “Don’t be a Menace to South Central while Drinking your Juice in The Hood”. “Don’t be a Menace…” is one of those comedies that has a mighty “cult” following! Fans approach me all the time asking, “Where’s my wheelchair? Or will ask if I’ll do “Crazy Legs” signature laugh for them. "Don't be a Menace"...is one of those comedies fans love to watch over & over again!” Suli McCullough’s stand-up career began while he was still a student at UCLA. He opened for Jerry Seinfeld & was immediately signed by his managers. Since then, his comedy has been showcased on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, “Jimmy Kimmel Live”, “Last Comic Standing” & Comedy Central. He has also appeared in the feature films: “Scary Movie 2”, The Mr. Show movie “Run Ronnie Run”, “The Cable Guy” with Jim Carrey, “What’s Love Got To Do With It” & “Terminal Velocity” with Charlie Sheen. Television credits include: “Seinfeld”, “Angel”, “The Larry Sanders Show”, “My Wife & Kids” & “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air”.
Aaron Kleiber has been entertaining his entire life — from climbing atop his grandmother’s coffee table as a child, being voted class clown in high school, to taking the stage at comedy clubs across North America today.
On the strength of his energizing, crowd-pleasing live performances, Aaron Kleiber emerged as one of the most in-demand feature acts in stand-up - touring alongside Bob Saget, Jim Breuer, Bert Kreischer, John Witherspoon, Josh Blue and Steve-O. Also seen on the #Deathsquad tour with Doug Benson, Tom Segura, Tony Hinchcliffe & Brian Redban and has made multiple (winning) appearances on the top rated podcast "Doug Loves Movies" with Doug Benson. He’s also had the privilege to open for comedy greats like Billy Gardell, Emo Phillips, Bobcat Goldthwait - and one of his comedy idols, Sinbad. Now, Aaron Kleiber is breaking out as a bonafide headliner himself at clubs and colleges across the United States and Canada. When in Los Angeles, a regular performer at the Laugh Factory Hollywood and the Hollywood Improv.
Kleiber made his nationally-televised stand-up debut on AXS Tv's 'Gotham Comedy Live' in 2013 (in which his set was used as part of it's 'Best of Season 2' episode) - shortly thereafter made his second on 'Standup and Deliver' on NUVO Tv, filmed live during the Cabo Comedy Festival in 2013. Named a top 5 finalist in the 2014 Big Sky Comedy Festival, judged by the biggest names in the comedy industry (Just for Laughs, CBS, SXSW, Comedy Central). Aaron was also was named by his hometown, “Best Local Comedian” by Pittsburgh Magazine in 2012 and 2013.
As an accomplished comedic actor, Aaron can be seen in a guest-starring role for the Nickelodeon series 'Supah Ninjas.' He co-starred in the film 'Help Me, Help You' opposite Sabrina Bryan (The Cheetah Girls, Dancing with the Stars), appeared in the acclaimed drama, 'Warrior,' starring Tom Hardy and Nick Nolte, for Lionsgate, featured in the original series The Mercury Men, seen on the Syfy Channel- along with appearing in dozens of national/regional commercials. Seen as the face of the Pennsylvania Lottery as President Grover Cleveland, adding to the muliptle chracters he's played for the PA Lottery. Aaron was known early in his career for producing, writing and acting in both, the groundbreaking independent film (and subsequent Web series) Captain Blasto as well as the beloved Star Wars mockumentary, 'A Great Disturbance,' both of which claimed multiple awards and fans at film festivals and fan fests nationwide. Aaron studied improv comedy and writing at the legendary Second City in Chicago for a short time before having his first child of three.
You can also hear him chat weekly on his hit podcast "GrownDadBusiness with comedians about parenting, childhood and the comedy life.
- lauding such guests as Todd Glass, Paul Rodriguez and Bobcat Goldthwait.
A native of historical steel-town, now a vibrant arts and tech city, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Aaron has been a fixture in the city's booming comedy scene, producing multiple shows monthly like the weekly 'Comedy Sauce' showcase, the longest running independent comedy show in Pittsburgh and 'Comic Wars,' an original standup comedy gameshow pitting comedians against each other at Arcade Comedy Theater, where he also serves as Standup Director and Leaderboard Member.
With appearances on The Tonight Show, Showtime, Comedy Central, Lopez Tonight and Carson Daly, Quinn is a smart and witty stand-up comic with impeccable timing and gut-busting facial expressions. He has worked with such names as Robin Williams, Drew Carey, Tim Allen, Dane Cook, Dana Carvey, Norm McDonald, Brad Garrett, Jon Lovitz, Bill Maher, Frank Caliendo, David Alan Grier, John Witherspoon, Tommy Chong, John Pinette and Harland Williams.
Originally from Minnesota, Quinn has lived in Colorado and Arizona before settling in Los Angeles to pursue a career in comedy. Now married to a Mexican-American girl from east L.A., Quinn is never short of material, which recently landed him a development deal for a sitcom with 20th Century Fox.His comedy appeals to all age groups and ethnicities and he loves to talk about them all. However, audiences often come back just for his improvisational crowd work where he can be the most spontaneous.
Born and bred in the Bronx, Adrienne Iapalucci’s skewed look on life is reflected in her unique brand of intelligent comedy. Her dark sense of humor is enhanced by her political incorrectness and counteracted by her love of dogs.
Comedy fans might recognize Adrienne from her performances as a semifinalist on season 7 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and her recent appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.
In 2009, Adrienne won the first ever People’s Choice award at the New York Comedy Festival. She was also a semifinalist in the festival's New York Funniest Stand-Up Contest and a runner-up in the New York Underground Comdy Festival’s Best of the Boroughs contest.
Adrienne has been featured in the Daily News, New York Times, Reader’s Digest, and TimeOut NY magazine. In 2010 Adrienne made her international debut as part of Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival, where she took part in “New Faces.”
Adrienne can be seen touring comedy clubs and colleges around the country.
Socially Awkward has become one of the most popular shows in Hollywood! Every month the show features some of the biggest names in the industry. Some previous comedians have been Bill Burr, Steve Byrne, Chris D'Elia, Erik Griffin, Anthony Jeselnik, Brett Ernst, Taylor Williamson, Jerrod Carmichael, Andrew Santino, Michael O'Connell, Tony Hinchcliffe, Gene Pompa, Jill Michele-Melean, Nikki Glaser, Christian Finnegan, and more.
Hosted and a produced by Vinny Fasline, he defines himself as socially awkward. If you think about it, stand up comedy is socially awkward. An individual stands in front of a room of strangers and attempts to break their judgement and make them laugh, by sharing insecurities and judging others -- all of this to obtain self gratification. It's messed up right? Well... that's what makes it funny. Wait, there's more. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the American Cancer Society. Come on people... that's awesome. It consistently sells out, so get your tickets now.