Halli Borgfjord is a comedian and writer based in Los Angeles. A first generation Icelander who was raised in Michigan, Halli has been seen on AXS Live TV and heard on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Radio Show, XM satellite radio, and on his album “Have you been Borgfjorded Lately?” which debuted at #2 on iTunes Comedy. Over the years Halli has performed all across North America and made his way to being a regular at the best clubs in LA. Additionally, he has performed at numerous comedy festivals most notably the Laugh Your Asheville Off Festival, the inaugural Big Sky Comedy Festival, and the Cabo Comedy Festival where he was a finalist in the Jack Rollins rising-star showcase. In addition to standup Halli studied sketch and improv at the UCB Theatre in Los Angeles.
Michael Kosta is an accomplished stand-up comedian, actor, host and former professional tennis player. In fall 2015, Michael will be hosting new E! series Comment Section, produced by Joel McHale. Michael was also recently featured on Fox Sport 1’s series Crowd Goes Wild, where he and Regis Philbin lead a panel of sports experts in a lighthearted look at the daily happenings in the world of sports.
Kosta started out as an athlete; he is quick to point out that he was once-ranked number 864 in the world in professional tennis and earned over $11,000 on tour. Don't laugh, that's $11,000 more than you made as a pro athlete.
Kosta gained attention as a comedian when he broke out of the HBO Comedy and Arts Festival in Aspen. He quickly relocated to Los Angeles where he began his television career; he has appeared on TheTonight Show with Jay Leno, Chelsea Lately, and Conan. He also starred in his own half hour special, Comedy Central Presents: Michael Kosta.
Kosta’s debut album Comedy for Attractive People launched November 2014.
Fred Stoller is an American comedian, actor, and writer best known for his frequent guest starring as Gerard in the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. He has made subsequent guest appearances on many TV shows. He also wrote two episodes of the sitcomSeinfeld.