J Chris Newberg is funny. Ask him. He will disagree, but in a way that is probably humorous. He has performed on America’s Got Talent, but lost to dancers that sparkle. He has also been on the Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live & Comedy Central. He has toured nationally in arenas with Dane Cook, Internationally in Stadiums with Russell Peters and written songs for American Idol. He is in fact the funniest person that you have never heard of. Yet. Cedric The Entertainer agrees saying, “He has got an odd sense of humor and he is unique in his point of view. His quirkiness and his own kind of demeanor are things that can go a long way in this business. Talented folks will see it, and the industry will see it.” J Chris Newberg also writes jokes, a lot of them. Some of your favorite comedians have used his jokes on SNL, Late Night With David Letterman, Chelsea Lately and The Conan O’Brien show. J Chris Newberg recently finished being lead writer on Idiotest for GSN and is currently writing at E! He doesn’t ask you to think. He’ll do that for you. Just watch and listen and then tweet your friends and pretend you wrote it.
Kirk Fox is an actor, writer, producer and award-winning stand-up comedian. He played Detective Donovan in the series Rush Houron CBS.Fox was the host of the syndicated daytime conflict talk show The Test andhad a recurring role on NBC’s hit comedy Parks and Recreation as Sewage Joe. Other recent acting credits include Nickelodeon’s How to Rock, the TBS comedy, Who Gets the Last Laugh?, and a guest appearance on NBC’s Community. Fox’s extensive television background includes multiple appearances on The Tonight Show,Conan, as well as his own Comedy Central Presents. His experience is not only limited to television, though. Fox has also built an impressive list of silver screen credits including Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Postman, Post Grad, The Patriot and Wyatt Earp.
Lady Scoutington aka Scout Durwood is a Los Angeles based chanteuse and comedienne as well as a founding member of Mighty Little Productions. A Kansas City native, she came to New York City via Amherst college where she received cum laude honors for her first solo sow, Adym and Stevie, earning her degree in Political and Social Activism Through Theatre. Her one-woman musical, Hi, How can I Help You? debuted in August 2010 at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was developed thanks to a grant from Brooklyn Arts Exchange. Her work has been featured on The Howard Stern Show, CBS Radio, The Miss America Pageant, The Comedy Store, The Hollywood Improv, Flappers, Comix Comedy Club, Gotham NY, Joe’s Pub, La Mama, Duane Park, Galapagos Art Space, and just about every venue in New York City with a stage and a mic. She currently resides in Los Angeles and is the host of Whimsy! A Night of Musical Comedy at The Hollywood Improv.
Clayton Thomas ("CT" for short) is known for turning a a comedy show upside down. When he gets on stage, he has one goal, ROCK THE ROOM!! It doesn’t just stop at stand up though as he conquers radio weekly hosting his own show on Playboy Radio entitled “Clayton Thomas Against the World”, he’s even conquering television with his regular role as “Donnie” on the hit BounceTV sitcom “Family Time” (in it’s 4th season, where he serves as a writer and actor on the show) and the new ABC sitcom “Uncle Buck”. He’s written for and with other household named comedians: Brandon T. Jackson, Martin Lawrence, to name a couple. He’s no novice to standup, he’s a 10year+ comedy veteran winning over audiences world wide. Proclaimed the “King of Detroit” for always representing his city no matter where go goes, it doesn’t matter if he’s performing on stage, writing jokes for himself and others, acting on set, or hosting on air live, CT is well on his way to proving that he’s one of the best in the business past or present.
NORE, the young refreshing face of comedy, delivers an energetic performance filled with witty quips and sharp punch lines, combined with an amazing stage presence. Edgy and clean, NORE tells it like it is, speaking to audiences everywhere. NORE is a comedian for the masses, relating to everyone from teens to the mature adult, delivering original content, and leaving no topic unturned. From relationships to family, race, and politics, NORE brings a comedic talent that has been refined in front of countless audiences on the world’s biggest stages. TV Feature spots on MTV’s hit shows Yo Momma, and most recently, Nick Cannon presents HATIN on ’09 and MTV’s Kiss & Tell: The Do’s & Dont’s of Dating. NORE is always perfecting his act. Look out for this rising star, as he reinvents comedy one laugh at a time.
People may tell me I’m a clown, maybe so, but a comedian is just as good as a doctor. Never underestimate the true power in laughter. Laughter is like medicine and I devote my life to it!
Brett Riley is a farm boy from Kansas with the heart of a soul singer which makes for a life full of unusual and out of place stories. It has been said "Brett Riley isn't a fish out of water, he is his own portable bowl." Realizing he was born to entertain, Brett took a Scholarship to Oklahoma City University for Music Theatre. He quickly learned he was meant to perform, just not music theatre. After sneaking into comedy clubs with fake IDs and getting booked as the house emcee and winning Wichita King of Comedy 2004, it became very obvious that he needed to hit the road and take it to the next level. Brett didn't waste anytime proving himself in LA, six months after arriving he claimed the title The Funniest Comic in the City 2007, which led to his appearance on Judge Joe Brown to collect the prize money. After a car accident almost claimed his life in September 2008, determined not to be forgotten Brett quickly bounced back to claim the title of Roc Da Mic Comedy Competition Compton 2009. He can most recently be seen headlining which will also be playing on Hulu.com under CandorTV.
With the future looking bright and the clarity of a second chance Brett Riley is more than ready to keep audiences entertained for years to come!
Jeremy Craven is a comedian, actor, writer, (not necessarily in that order) who lives in Hollywood. Someone once called him a triple threat, to which he responded by putting a finger over their mouth and whispering "With talent like this, I only have to threaten you once."
He's not allowed in that Quiznos anymore.
He performs his unique brand of standup comedy all over the LA area, and occasionally on the road where people think he's more important than he actually is. He's been on TV, he's been in movies, he's been paid to write things. When he was growing up, I thought he'd be a speed bump, so all of this is a pleasant surprise.