Ian Edwards has appeared on Family Guy, Live at Gotham, and HBO's Bad Boys of Comedy. He can be seen weekly at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles.
Edwards was born in England and has lived in Jamaica, New York, and California. When he was 21, he stopped working the drive-thru at Burger King to try his hand at comedy. Since then, he's appeared on Def Comedy Jam (twice) and Show Time at the Apollo. He's written for Saturday Night Live, the Lyricist Lounge show on MTV, The Boondocks for the Cartoon Network, etc., and was currently a cast member of the fifth season of Punk'd on MTV.
Zach Sherwin is a comedian and rapper based in Los Angeles. His music videos have been viewed millions of times online, his album is available on Comedy Central Records, and his television credits include MTV, VH1, E!, and FX’s “Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell.” Zach has also appeared in several “Epic Rap Battles of History” videos, most notably as Albert Einstein, and he works as a staff writer for the blockbuster YouTube series.
Murray Valeriano is a brilliant comedian, writer and human sponge. This Tennessee native and preacher’s son found his comedy calling in California and soon began a successful career in stand up and writing. Murray has appeared in clubs and theaters all over the country. He had been seen on Comedy Central, NBC, FuelTV and More. He is also a regular guest of Bill Engvall’s Blue Collar Comedy on SIRIUS/XM and has been heard on the 5 O’clock Funnies in Los Angeles. He has opened for George Lopez, Kevin Pollack, Christopher Titus, Orny Adams, Brad Garret and many more… including the late Robert Schimmel. As a writer, Murray has written for the Tonight Show, Bill Engvall’s Here’s Your Sign Awards and Ridiculousness to name a few. HE has also written for other comedians such as Conan O’Brien, Stephen Colbert and Dennis Miller. Murray is a captivating fellow that possesses a remarkable wealth of pop culture knowledge and experience and it shines through on his popular “Roadstories” podcast ranked “New and Notable” on Itunes. Subscribe today for free!
When you think one of the most prolific character actors, who's also an outrageous openly gay stand-up comedian, one name comes to mind…. Jason Stuart. He now has a major role The Birth Of A Nation by filmmaker Nate Parker. Jason also has appeared in the award winning films Tangerine, Love Is Strange, Gia with Kindergarten Cop and Vegas Vacation among his fan favorites. He has wowed TV audiences with guest roles on such shows as Love, Sleepy Hollow, Real Rob, Entourage, The Closer, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, House, Everybody Hates Chris, George Lopez, Will & Grace, Charmed and as "Dr. Thomas" on My Wife and Kids. As a stand up comic you have lol with him on Gotham Comedy Live, Red Eye with Tom Shilue, One Night Stand Up, Wisecrack, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen and his own comedy special Making It To The Middle.
Sheena Metal's name has become synonymous with Los Angeles radio for the better part of twenty years. She currently hosts four shows for LA Talk Radio, including her top-rated afternoon drive show, “The Sheena Metal Experience”, which was just named one of the Frontier 50 by Talkers Magazine. Previously, she helmed five shows for KLSX (when it was 97.1 The FM Talk Station with Howard Stern in the mornings) one of which received a comprehensive feature in the Los Angeles Times Sunday Calendar. In addition, Metal was interviewed and quoted in Michael C. Keith’s “Sounds in the Dark”, currently in publication with a forward by radio monarch, Larry King.
Known for her biting sense of humor, Metal has appeared as: a comedic commentator on “National Inquirer TV”, a guest sous-chef on the reality cooking show, “Dish It Out!”, part of a dancing engagement party for Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Real Life: The Musical” and was the annual host of the All Access Music Awards. She has headlined two long-running stand-up comedy nights at The Laugh Factory in Hollywood (“Sheena Metal’s Midnight Madness” and “Inside the Girl’s Locker Room”); the latter of which was an all-girl laugh in praised by the LA Times. In 2014, Sheena returns to the comedy clubs for a series of edgy variety nights called, "Comedy Carnivale" at the Hollywood Improv.