COMEDYJUICE W/ CHRIS D'ELIA, BRAD WILLIAMS, NEAL BRENNAN, JERROD CARMICHAEL, ARI SHAFFIR AND BRIAN SCOLARO
Stand Up Comedy, Mainstream
18 & over
Two items minimum
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Chris D’Elia can be seen starring as Danny on NBC’s hit comedy series “Undateable” as well as in his Netflix special “Incorrigible”. D’Elia is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after young comedians and actors in the comedy world, with Variety naming him one of its “Top 10 Comics to Watch.” He also recently completed his first multi-city, cross-country standup tour, “Under No Influence.”
D’Elia quickly became a regular at the Hollywood comedy clubs where he performs multiple times a week. In December 2013, he released his one-hour standup special for Comedy Central, "White Male. Black Comic." He has also appeared on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" and on "Comedy Central Presents."
D’Elia’s other credits include Comedy Central’s "Workaholics," TBS’ "Glory Daze" and Showtime’s "Live Nude Comedy."
He currently resides in Los Angeles.
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Brad Williams possesses something that everyone can agree is funny: a disability. Brad is a dwarf. He has appeared on numerous TV shows including Mind Of Mencia, Live at Gotham, the Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Pitboss. Brad has also performed for the troops all over the world because soldiers think dwarfs are funny too.
Brad was born and raised in Orange County, CA. He dropped out of college and started doing comedy at the age of 19. He toured as Carlos Mencia’s opening act for 5 years. Brad’s big break came when he would appear in numerous sketches on Comedy Central’s Mind Of Mencia TV show. Brad’s memorable roles on the show include playing a whore dwarf (“whorf”), the leader of an all dwarf basketball team, joining Mencia at a Renaissance faire, and giving a speech about his hatred of podiums.
Brad’s show is high energy. Robin Williams called him “Prozac with a head.” Brad’s ability to make humorous observations on disability, relationships, sex, and race are winning over audiences and proving that anyone can overcome their shortcomings.
Check out his hilarious weekly podcast at: http://sideshownetwork.tv/category/podcasts/comedy/about-last-night/
Neal Brennan is a writer, director, and comedian. He is the co-creator of “Chappelle’s Show,” for which he received three Emmy nominations. (Winning None!)
He co-wrote the film “Half Baked,” and directed the film, “The Goods,” starring Jeremy Piven, Ed Helms, Ken Jeong and Will Ferrell. He also collaborates regularly with Seth Meyers, writing and directing the ESPYs and The White House Correspondents Dinner.
Online, the podcast Neal co-hosts, “The Champs” is routinely on the iTunes charts and has been downloaded over 1.3 million times. As of this writing, Brennan has 180,000 followers on twitter and has been named by Time magazine and Rolling Stone, “One of the Funniest People on Twitter.”
Neal recently directed an episode of “New Girl” on Fox and is scheduled to direct Amy Schumer’s new show on Comedy Central. He is also developing a sitcom for himself to star in for the Fox network.
Stand up-wise, Brennan regularly tours the good venues in the good parts of America, has had his own ½ Hour on Comedy Central and just recently finished filming his hour special.
He has also appeared on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” “Conan,” “Just For Laughs” and “Lopez Tonight.”
Jerrod Carmichael is an LA based standup and performer originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He was featured last year in Variety as being one of the top ten comics to watch, as well as being one of the New Faces at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival. He recurred on Fox’s The Goodwin Games and can be seen in Universal’s upcoming feature Townies. Jerrod is currently working on an untitled comedy pilot for NBC that he wrote and will star in and produce.
Jerrod is a regular around some of LA’s favorite standup shows, including Meltdown, The Improv, Laugh Factory and many alternative rooms.
Standup comedian and actor Ari Shaffir describes his comedy as a puppet show, but way filthier and without the puppets. He was a featured standup on the HBO comedy series Down and Dirty with Jim Norton and performed at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and Toronto, the San Francisco SketchFest, and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland. Shaffir’s satirical shorts “The Amazing Racist” for National Lampoon went viral on the Internet with millions of views. Additionally, he has appeared on TBS’s Conan, Comedy Central’s Jon Benjamin Has A Van, ESPN Classic’s Cheap Seats, and dozens of national commercials. Ari’s podcast is called The Skeptic Tank and he is a regular guest on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.
Shaffir resides in Los Angeles where he is a regular at The Comedy Store, The Improv and The Laugh Factory. He also headlines around the country and frequently tours with Joe Rogan.
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Brooklyn born brian scolaro is an actor and stand-up comedian. He is most known for his half hour comedy central special “Comedy Central Presents: Brian Scolaro”, as Doug on TBS’s “Sullivan and Son”, and as Stuart on Fox’s “Stacked”.
He got his start at the epicenter of stand up comedy in America, the comedy cellar in NYC, and was invited to appear at the Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival in 1998. From there, he was cast in an NBC pilot and soon after he was added to the NBC sitcom "Three Sisters" as a regular cast member -the bartender "Gordon". Following an ABC pilot, and a CBS holding deal, Brian became a regular cast member on the Fox sitcom "Stacked." Penned by Steve Levitan (Modern Family), Brian worked for two seasons alongside Pamela Anderson and Christopher Lloyd. About his role of Stuart Miller on "Stacked", the LA Times said "Scolaro is terrific. An actual sitcom find."
Since then, Brian has had recurring roles on "Sullivan and Son", "Kroll Show", "Life and Times of Tim" and "Wizards of Waverly Place.” About his role on "Sullivan", Brian Doyle Murray (Caddyshack) stated Scolaro is "one of the best I've ever seen." Brian also has had guest roles on such shows as “Dexter”, “Mad Men”, “Go On”, “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Harry’s Law,” “Men of a Certain Age”, “The Middle”, "Growing Up Fisher", "The Exes", and many other programs and films.
He has gone on to share his original style of stand up on "Conan", “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, "Gotham Comedy Live", “Late Nite with Conan O’Brien”, Comedy Central’s “Live At Gotham”, “Comics Unleashed “ and finally his very own half hour special "Comedy Central Presents: Brian Scolaro" which still airs multiple times a year and is one of their popular downloads on comedy central's iTunes page. Comedian Tom Rhodes is quoted saying "he has a hugely inventive style and I go out of my way to see him perform whenever I can." and Marc Maron said on WTF podcast, Brian "might be the funniest fuckin person alive.
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