• BLACK-ISH on ABC
• CONAN on TBS
• SHAQ’S ALL STAR COMEDY JAM on Showtime
Deon is currently seen as the hilarious "black friend", Charlie, on ABC's hit comedy BLACK-ISH, and will soon seen as one of the lead roles in TBS's ANGIE TRIBECA created by Nancy and Steve Carell. He continues to be a featured guest correspondent on CONAN where he was also a two time Emmy Nominated writer. As comedian for over 20 years, Deon has done standup on SHAQ's ALL STAR COMEDY JAM on SHOWTIME and has been featured on Kevin Hart's HART-BEAT TOUR, John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, Laffapalooza, Def Comedy Jam and his own standup special on Comedy Central.
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.
Manny Maldonado was born in Modesto,CA. His journey to comedy wasn’t planned. Manny’s goal was to play professional football. The problem was he was to damn short! After high school, he attended junior college to pursue a dream in sports broadcasting. While in college he participated in speech debate and found his speeches were always funny. Short after he dropped out of college to try stand up comedy. Ten years later Manny Maldonado is recognized as one of the hottest rising Latino comics in the country. Manny has worked overseas and from coast to coast in some of the best comedy clubs in the country. He has worked with Dave Chappelle, Dave Attell, and George Lopez. Manny’s TV credits include BET comic view, Latino Laugh Festival, Comics Unleashed, and Que Locos to name a few. In 2007 and 2008 Manny was selected to perform on the "Crown Royal New Latin Kings of Comedy Tour" with comic legend Paul Rodriguez. He recently appeared on comedy central's comedy rehab, and was a guest panelist on Dr. Phil.
Chase Durousseau is a household name that even smart people have trouble spelling. A Creole Texan, his easy going delivery and unique rapid-fire animated mannerisms have captivated audiences around the globe. Growing up latch key and down the street from a dollar theater, his early childhood consisted of getting dropped off at theme parks, the movies and pulling pranks on strangers that would eventually become his friends. He then proceeded to crash so many of these peoples family get togethers that eventually everywhere he went felt like home.
After volunteering for Red Cross during Hurricane Katrina, he couldn’t stop talking to people, took his insatiable lust for blabbering to the stage and has been there ever since. After starting comedy he won Houston's Funniest Person Contest, entertained U.S. Troops in Kuwait and Iraq. He performed at Moontower Comedy Festival with Hannibal Buress, opened for Craig Robinson and The Nasty Delicious on the east coast, and with Norm Macdonald, Jo Koy, Anjelah Johnson, Steve Byrne, Louis CK, Bill Burr and more in the south.
He currently lives in Los Angeles where he regularly performs around town and hosts a popular live weekly show called “Midnight Snack” at the Hollywood Improv.