Comedian Steve Trevino was born in Portland, Texas, on the Third Coast. He now resides on the West Coast in Hollywood, California, living the dream that he has had since childhood, being a stand up comedian.
His professional career began in 1998 in Corpus Christi, Texas, with none other than Carlos Mencia. Soon after that, Trevino was off to Dallas with a star in his eyes. It was there that his first big road tour came about with The Three Amigos comedy tour, and then came Los Angeles. Since moving to California, Trevino has been on the road headlining improv comedy clubs across the country.
When at home, you can catch him at the Improv, the Comedy Store, Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, and at the Laugh Factory to name a few. Trevino was also involved on screen in season one of Mind of Mencia. One of Trevino's biggest gigs was The Doghouse Comedy Jam in San Francisco with names like Carlos Mencia, Dave Attell, Dave Chappelle, and Jamie Foxx. He is currently working with Rozone Productions and Free Reign, the Dallas Cowboys heavy metal band, collaborating on a comedy special for Showtime.
Atlanta Raised Byron Bowers grew up on that line between the middle class and the lower class. Emerging from a Black community and educated in a white middle class community gives him some the most diverse observations in the world. Byron Bowers’ obsession for success drives his ability to connect with any audience. He compels audiences because of his smooth delivery—he's a poised puncher. Byron Bower’s creativity and quick wit marks him as one of the cleverest, making him the most unstoppable comedian in this solar system.
Matt Knudsen was born in Hawaii, raised in the Mid-West and sailed around the world as a merchant marine. After trips to Africa, Europe and The Far East, he eventually put down his sea bag, picked up a microphone and began performing stand up comedy all across the country.
As an actor, Matt shared the big screen with Oscar winner Sean Penn in the Warner Brothers feature Gangster Squad and appeared in Emmy winning TV shows like Big Love, Boston Legal and Malcolm in the Middle. As a stand up comedian, he's appeared on Conan, The Late Late Show and Last Call as well as several festivals, including The San Francisco Sketchfest, Bridgetown, Laughing Skull, High Plains and the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal; where he was named a "Best of the Fest." His critically acclaimed albums The Comedy Stylings of Matt Knudsen and American are top downloads on iTunes, heard regularly on SiriusXM radio. "Mix droll observation with a dry, almost hypnotic delivery," (The Onion A.V. Club) "The personal feels universal, and the universal feels personal. The only explanation for this phenomenon is that it's all finely crafted comedy from a strong central voice." (The Huffington Post)
After starting her stand up career in New York where she spent many years performing in live Theatre, Sketch, and Improv troupes, Jennifer Murphy moved to Los Angeles 9 years ago and has since been seen on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Comics Unleashed w/Byron Allen on ABC, her own half hour special on TLC called This Is Why You’re Still Single, LAUGHS TV on FOX, and the the comedic film DUMBBELLS released in January 2014.
You can purchase her album SIZE DOES MATTER on iTunes.
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.