I was born and raised in the ironically-named town of Hopedale, Mass. I started performing stand-up comedy at the tender age of 17. As a performer, I was too young to be any good. As a person, I was socially inept and looked weird. Let’s skip ahead! I moved to Los Angeles in the halcyon days of “The Comedy Boom”, and in quick succession, I performed in several HBO specials, numerous appearances on Conan and Letterman. I recorded the CD Funhouse, which was called "a comedy CD" by Billboard magazine, and an actor, appeared on Seinfeld, The Ben Stiller Show and the series "Working" (which wasn’t, and was soon cancelled). After writing the pilot "World On A String" (with Jay Kogen), I co-created MTV’s late, lamented, Super Adventure Team (with Rob Cohen). I then joined the staff of The Simpsons, where I squatted for seven years. Stand up remains a big part of my career, and I continue to perform regularly. I recently appeared in the film "The Aristocrats". and am preparing to record my next stand-up CD. I live in Los Angeles with my wife and a bunch of kids and dogs, several of them ours.
Dan St. Germain has been seen on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, John Oliver’s NY Standup Show on Comedy Central, The Electric Company, Guy Code on MTV2, New Year’s Eve Bash and World of Jenks on MTV, Big Morning Buzz and 100 Hottest Bodies on VH1, Hoppus on Music and Video By Trial on Fuse, and in the film Wifed Out. He’s written for The Onion Sports Network, Onion News Network, Hoppus on Music, Silent Library and been featured on WTF with Marc Maron, Keith and the Girl, and Sirius Radio. Dan’s the creator and star of the web series Kicking Dan Out featured on My Damn Channel and co hosts a weekly podcast with Sean Donnelly on Cave Comedy Radio called My Dumb Friends. His shorts have appeared on the front page of Funny or Die, Best Week Ever, and The Huffington Post. He played right wing blogger Kane Phillips during Comedy Central’s Indecision 2010 as well as been featured on Jokes.com, SpikeTv.com, and College Humor Live. He’s been in ad campaigns for Bushmills Whisky, Pre-play, Fins, Saint’s Row on Spike, and featured alongside Howard Stern in a Superbowl commercial for America’s Got Talent. He appeared as a “New Face” at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival in 2011 and has also been part of the South By Southwest, Eugene Mirman, Bridgetown, New York, UNC, and Boston Comedy Festivals. He’s a 2009 ECNY nominee for Best Emerging Comic, a 2010 ECNY nominee for Best Male Standup, a Finalist in the NY Comedy Contest, a Semi Finalist in
the Boston Comedy Festival, and selected as part of the Young Playwrights Festival in 2002.
“St. Germain has a playful, freewheeling sensibility that sends the audience tumbling
through daydreams of his design”
Rob Lindo hails from Vancouver by way of Jamaica (that's a story for another day). But he also lived in New Jersey and Washington, DC, before relocating to LA in 2008. He has been involved in the LA stand-up community since 2009. Rob has been seen in various national commercials, on Atom TV, Johnny B. Homeless, Comedy Central, Break.com, and Funny or Die.
Rob performs around LA at the Laugh Factory, The Comedy Store, the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, and the Pasadena Ice House. He is also a member of the comedy trio The Skinny Dicks. It was with this ridiculous trio that he co-created Skinny Sundays - a comedy show featuring nationally headlining comics and the rising stars of comedy in unfair head-to-head competitions, purely for the enjoyment of the audience. As producer and co-host, Rob was a part of the show's development and eventual transition to its new home on the main stage of the world famous Hollywood Improv.
An east coaster by birth, Joey DePaolo found his beginnings in comedy in New York, writing and directing comedy shorts that were selected for air by NBC, IFC, and even Canada's own BITEtv. Joey made his arrival on the LA comedy scene in 2009 with the comedy trio The Skinny Dicks. It was through the group that he co-created Skinny Sundays, a night of unfair stand-up comedy attracting some of the biggest names and best hidden talents in the stand-up world. As producer and co-host, Joey was a part of the show's blossoming and eventual landing with its new home on the main stage of the world famous Hollywood Improv. Joey performs regularly on both coasts and has been seen on Funny or Die and as a regular in the sketch comedy/variety show Comedy Slice at the Improv Comedy Lab.
Minor, born in Memphis, TN, and raised in Flint, MI, comes from the famed Second City stage where he was the first performer ever to have appeared with every Second City stage, performing with the companies in Detroit, Chicago and Toronto, for a total of 10 stage reviews.
Minor wrote and performed in his own comedy pilot for HBO, and most recently, he was a lead in the ABC's series, 'Carpoolers', about a motley crew of neighborhood guys in a regular carpool, with Fred Goss and Jerry O'Connell.
A former cast member of 'Saturday Night Live', and HBO's 'Mr. Show with Bob and David', Minor was also in the cast of the groundbreaking but short-lived 4-camera sitcom for HBO, 'Lucky Louie', as Louis CK's African-American neighbor who suffered Louie's clumsy attempts at friendship.
Minor has also appeared on such television shows as "Arrested Development," 'The Awful Truth with Michael Moore', and at Comedy Central on 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart', 'The Root of All Evil' with Lewis Black, 'Trigger Happy TV', and 'Crank Yankers'. He makes regular guest appearances on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'.
His feature credits include the upcoming 'I Love You, Man' with Paul Rudd, Jason Segel and John Favreau; "Semi Pro," with Will Ferrell; 'Beer League' with Artie Lange; and appearances in 'Anchorman', 'Let's Go to Prison' (directed by Bob Odenkirk), and 'Junebug'.
Minor lives in L.A. and is a popular performer in the alternative comedu scene, including Comedy Death Ray at UCB Theater, where he showcases his many inspired characters.
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One of the fastest-growing shows in Hollywood, Skinny Sundays brings its trademark comedy showdowns to the Improv stage, pitting comics against each other in head-to-head competitions for the right to perform. And your enjoyment.
With some of the biggest crowds and most star-studded lineups in comedy, Skinny Sundays has headlined talent from SNL, the Tonight Show, Late Show, Conan and Kimmel, and has regularly features comics like Sarah Silverman, Dane Cook, Drew Carey, Aziz Ansari, Jeff Garlin, Margaret Cho, Tom Arnold, David Cross, Tim Heidecker,Dave Foley, David Koechner, and more!