JON HUCK with Eddie Pence, Shawn Halpin, Ricarlo Flanagan and Andy Kozel
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
Friday, Mar 14, 2014
(Doors open at
6:00 PM )
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18 & over
Two items minimum
Jon Huck is a comedian and an actor originally from Illinois. He has done (and continues to do) stand up all over the country. He has appeared on Comedy Central’s Live At Gotham as well as Ari Shafir’s "This Is Not Happening" for Comedy Central Digital. His album “Fantasticular Hilaritation” is out on iTunes and available through his website (www.jonhuck.me). Jon's first movie – Garbage – is out on DVD and streaming through Blockbuster & Netflix. His second movie – Dumbbells – is on Video On Demand. He has done countless commercials and has been seen on such television shows as Punk’d, Frank TV, Disney Channel's Kirby Buckets and several other television projects. You can hear Jon & Comedian Shawn Halpin every week on The Full Count Podcast (on Itunes, stitcher or at www.thefullcountpodcast.com / @thefcpodcast). Be sure to follow Jon on twitter as well (@JonHuck).
Originally from Virginia, Eddie now resides in Los Angeles. Don't worry Eddie will make no jokes about how he hates writing about himself in the 3rd person in his Bio, just understand that he does, I mean I do.
The “Hollywood Reporter” named Eddie Pence one of the Top New Faces of the Montreal Comedy Festival in 2004, he was also invited back to perform there again in 2006. In 2007 Eddie performed at the HBO Aspen Comedy Arts Festival as well as HBO’s “The Comedy Festival” in Las Vegas. In 2010 Eddie was a finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition. A favorite of the World Famous Improv, Eddie can be seen at clubs and colleges across the country. His credits include Comedy Centrals "Live at Gotham" and "Crossballs", "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson", “Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfield” on Fox News, “History of the Joke” and “Surviving The Holidays w/ Lewis Black” on The History Channel and recently he appeared in the “Last Comic Driving” campaign on NBC.
Eddie is done writing about himself.