Guy Branum is a writer and comedian best known for serving as “Staff Homosexual” on Chelsea Lately and his performance as Natalie Portman’s sassy gay friend in No Strings Attached. Noticing a trend? He’s appeared on E!, MTV, G4, CurrentTV and lots of other channels you’d need to upgrade your cable to watch. He’s written for Punk’d on MTV and Fashion Police on E!. That means he’s watched the Grammys at Joan Rivers’s house. Jealous? Guy also writes for the “Gay Voices” section of The Huffington Post and occasionally makes web vidoes where he dances around without his shirt on. But mostly, Guy is very, very beautiful and good at having sex.
Megan Koester is a writer and comedian (obviously) who resides in Los Angeles (somewhat less obviously). A columnist for VICE, she co-produces Entitlement, a monthly comedy show with other VICE scribes which has had the pleasure to host such notables as Neil Hamburger, Marc Maron, Kyle Kinane, Maria Bamford, Kurt Braunohler, Reggie Watts and Andy Kindler (who she collaborated with on her "How Not to Be a Stand-Up Comedian" article for VICE). She's performed at SF Sketchfest, the Hollywood Improv, the SF Punchline, Tomorrow!, The Grawlix, Chicago Underground Comedy, and countless other shows across this great land we call America. She has her very own track on the Holy F**k Live Comedy album, which you can listen to on Spotify if you're so inclined. She USED to be a staple of those Huffington Post "Women You Should Follow on Twitter" lists until she started making a big stink about them being patronizing; she's also one third of the all-female (sorry) sketch group Blessed. A Witstream contributor, she's been featured on Splitsider and is finding it very hard to continue writing this bio in the third person. Most importantly, she has the distinction of being the first person to eat a 12'' flatbread Veggie Delight Subway sandwich on stage, a fact she'll take to her cold, lonely grave. You can follow her on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/bornferal.
Susanna Lee (Lucky DeLuxe) tickles her audiences with a combination of sharp wit, engaging honesty, and charming vulnerability. With creative pursuits spanning the worlds of standup, burlesque, storytelling, and anecdotal writing this saucy gal is way too busy oozing creativity to spare the time for long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners, or anything beyond talking to her cats and cutting herself in tender, inconspicuous spots whenever the loneliness gets unbearable. I'm just kidding, please don't stop reading, give me another chance. Her original spoken-word burlesque striptease routines have been compared to the legendary works of Gypsy Rose Lee. Don't trip, you and/or your customers will love her. Most people do. She lives in Los Angeles and has excellent manners, as well an excessive amount of street cred.
Lucky DeLuxe has been heard on Sirius XM’s Rawdogs Comedy channel, and seen on such television shows as “Last Comic Standing”, “Beverly Hills Brides”, “Girls Behaving Badly” and “America’s Court”. She has performed in several festivals, including the New York, New Orleans, Colorado, Kansas City, Best of the Midwest, Southern Fried, and Show-Me Burlesque Festivals, the Bridgetown, Chicago and Ventura Comedy Festivals, and the Coney Island Rockabilly Festival. She's been a welcome guest on a growing percentage of the millions of podcasts that exist; and a bunch of newspapers have published interviews with, or articles about her. Seriously, there are 3 large Tupperware storage bins full of that stuff, in addition to piles upon piles of show posters, staring me in the face as I type this. Susanna Lee's second one-person show, “Getting Lucky” combines comedy, burlesque, storytelling and original games into one seamless hour of solid entertainment, and won “Best Of Fringe” awards at the 2011 and 2012 KC Fringe Festivals; in addition to making it’s way across America, via successful grass-roots touring. Her webseries, “Peeping Comics”, is currently in production, and will be available for online viewing in September 2013.