Whitney Cummings is a Los Angeles based comedian, actor, writer and producer.
Cummings co-created and co-wrote, along with Michael Patrick King, the CBS comedy 2 Broke Girls. She also wrote, produced and starred in her autobiographical sitcom Whitney, which aired on NBC for 2 seasons.
Cummings appeared regularly on E!’s, Chelsea Lately, as well as Comedy Central’s Roast series. Her one-hour stand up special, Money Shot, was nominated for an American Comedy Award.
Most recently, Cummings appeared in the summer tour Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival, co-headlining with Sarah Silverman, Amy Schumer, Aziz Ansari, Louis C.K. and more. Her second one-hour stand-up special, Whitney Cummings: I Love You, debuted on Comedy Central in June 2014. In the special, she shares brutally honest insights about love and relationships, covering everything from what real orgasms look like to her frustration at men calling women “crazy.”
Brooks Wheelan is a cool dude. He was named one of Comedy Central's 10 comics to watch in 2013 and was a cast member on Saturday Night Live for the 2013-14 season. He's also done stand up on Conan and Comedy Central and has chilled pretty hard in a lot of different basements.
Brendon Small (born Feb. 15, 1975 in Springfield, Illinois) is a stand-up comedian and co-creator, writer, star, and music writer for UPN's and later Cartoon Network's Home Movies which has now completed production. Small graduated from the Berklee College of Music, where he began his love affair with speed guitar.
In Home Movies, he portrayed the lead character, an 8-year-old aspiring filmmaker, also named Brendon Small, and a number of other, more minor characters. Early episodes of the show featured squigglevision, a style made famous by the cartoon Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, produced by Soup2Nuts, the same company that produced Home Movies.
In April 2005 the Sci Fi Channel announced Small's latest show, Barbarian Chronicles, a half-hour animated ensemble comedy. It will be produced by Small and Worldwide Pants Incorporated. Small is also working on the Adult Swim series Metalocalypse, which premiered August 6, 2006. He is also doing several voices in Season 2 of The Venture Bros.
Small posed for a pictorial that appeared in the (cover-dated) April 2006 issue of Playgirl magazine, as part of a humor-themed issue. AdultSwim.com (the official website of Cartoon Network programming block Adult Swim, on which Home Movies airs) reported on March 7, 2006, that Small posed wearing "nothing but a Viking helmet"; the Playgirl website further described a "strategically placed Viking helmet", indicating that Small's genitals were not exposed in the pictorial.
Brendon Small currently resides in Los Angeles, California with his dog, Ernie.
Born and raised on the mean streets of St. Paul, Minnesota, Jeffrey Baldinger discovered his love for comedy at a young age, admiring the likes of Rodney Dangerfield and Andy Kaufman. But after moving from Minnesota to Israel, to Kansas, to Australia, to Kansas again, and then to Minnesota again, he ultimately found his calling at an open mic on the east side of Los Angeles.
Since beginning his stand up career, Jeffrey has used his quick wit and goofy attitude about life to become a favorite amongst crowds and fellow comedians alike. He has appeared on The Outsourced (2010), The Playboy Comedy Tour (2011-12), and has been featured on Louie Anderson's LOL show in Las Vegas. He is also the creator and producer of the Hollywood Improv's most successful monthly show, Flyover Comedy.
Jeffrey has been featured on the websites Youtube, Break.com and FunnyorDie.com, and has made appearances on Showtime's Dexter, ABC's Happy Endings, and NBC's Community. Most recently, Jeffrey appeared as a panelist on HDnet's "AXS Live Super Bowl Show."
Jeffrey is a regular on one of the biggest college comedy shows in the USA, Comedy Juice, and he can be seen most nights performing at the World Famous Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, and the Hollywood Improv. Jeffrey does not like writing in the third person, but has decided it to be the best way to write his bio...for the time being
Beth Stelling is a product of the Chicago stand-up scene where she was named the Best Stand-up Comedian in Chicago by The Chicago Reader in 2010. Soon after she was chosen to be a New Face of Comedy in Montreal's Just for Laughs Festival and then made the move to Los Angeles in 2011. Within her first year in L.A., Beth made her late night television debut on Conan. She's since appeared on Chelsea Lately, The Pete Holmes Show, @midnight on Comedy Central and TV Guide's Stand-up In Stilettos. She also returned to Montreal's Just for Laughs Festival to record Funny As Hell with Jon Dore for HBO Canada.
Beth currently headlines comedy clubs across the United States and loves performing in festivals like SXSW, Bumbershoot in Seattle, The Maui Comedy Festival, RIOT (L.A.'s Alternative Comedy Festival), Chicago Women's Funny Festival, Moontower Comedy Festival, Portland's All Jane No Dick and San Francisco Sketchfest among others. She perform stand-up at colleges, bars, bookstores and sex shops. When she's not touring on her own, she has the distinct pleasure of opening for Anthony Jeselnik on some of his tour dates.
She released her debut album "Sweet Beth" in 2012 on Rooftop Comedy Records. It was New & Noteworthy in iTunes' Comedy section and received glowing reviews.
Beth has written for Comedy Central Digital, MTV's Ridiculousness and was a contributing writer of the play Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche, which saw an off-Broadway run in NYC and is published by Samuel French.
LA Weekly named Beth no. 2 on a list of "12 L.A. Comedy Acts to Watch in 2013."
Patton Oswalt listed Beth as one of his favorite up-and-coming comics during his AMA on Reddit.
Buzzfeed.com says Stelling is one of "14 Comedians Who You Should Be Paying Attention To."
"Top 18 Women You Should Be Following On Twitter" by Huffington Post
Flyover comedy brings you the very best comedic talent from in and around the Midwest. Each month, we feature and highlight a specific state from the heartland of America, giving out special deals and/or prizes from restaurants that brings that great Midwestern mentality to Los Angeles! Kansas City BBQ, Chicago Deep Dish, and Minnesota Nice all rolled into one amazing night of Comedy!