If you want quick wit, charisma and funny punchlines, Clint Coley and his friends promise to come and deliver with the Chill, Its Just Jokes Comedy Series. Creativity and great humor at its finest. This show is guarantee hit and you're definitely missing out if you're not here.
Paula’s performances are dark. You’ll sit at attention to listen closely to the rants. Her voice and delivery are undeniably strong and crass, not your average female or comic. It’s the unexpected truths along with her delivery that are hilarious.
You might’ve seen her on “Last Comic Standing” giving hell to the judges or her recent comedic appearances on the TV Guide network bashing pregnant teens.
Paula is also not adverse to writing or performing “blue comedy.” She’s appeared on Showtime’s Full Frontal Comedy, HBO’s Comedy festival with Bob Saget and Louis CK. Paula’s talented stand-up delivery has her headlining on the 2012 “Just for Laughs” Montreal Festival Nasty Show as well as their off season “clean” tours throughout Canada.
As a successful crossover act, Paula has also been welcomed on “1st Amendment stand-up with Martin Lawrence” and numerous BET specials. In Los Angeles, at The Comedy Store she was personally favored by the late great Richard Pryor to perform before he went on when he made his last appearances there.
After honing his chops at Philadelphia’s premiere comedy club, The Laff House, Clint Coley moved to New York City to embark on his quest to become a full-time comedian. Inspired by legendary greats such as, Chris Rock, and George Carlin, Coley won Amateur Night at the world famous Apollo Theater within months of arriving in the Big City at age 23.
With talent for both comedy and business, Coley went on to organize the All Jokes Aside College Tour, visiting 14 colleges and universities throughout the country including UCLA, University of Maryland and Penn State University. He also produced and headlined Babylon Cartel Presents: Clint Coley’s All Jokes Aside in front of a sold out crowd at the Freedom Theater in his beloved Philadelphia.
Coley’s drive got him opening gigs during the Royal Comedy and Mike Epps & Friends tours, landing him on stage with the likes of Sommore, Bruce Bruce, Tony Rock, and Sheryl Underwood.
In September 2011, Coley launched his own comedy series, Chill, It’s Just Jokes at Philadelphia’s Helium Comedy Club. The series quickly expanded to include Los Angeles’ prestigious Hollywood Improv in January 2012. Since then, Coley has opened for fellow Philadelphia son, Kevin Hart, and been crowned “the prince” by King of Comedy, D.L. Hughley.
Coley will host Stand and Deliver, his first headline special for Netflix, on September 22, 2012. Constantly raising the bar, Coley now resides in Los Angeles building on the early successes he’s had in his career. Coley’s distinct storytelling, dramatic punch lines, quick wit and undeniable charisma keep his shows popular attractions within the L.A. comedy circuit and beyond.
Esau McGraw: Kansas City, Missouri native Esau McGraw is one of the original members of the improv group PCP (The Phat Comedy Players) where he often played up to eight characters in one night. Audiences adore his quirky down-to-earth characters, making him one of the most sought-after comics in the country. Esau currently hosts Chocolate Sundaes, one of the most popular comedy shows in Los Angeles at the world famous Laugh Factory. His television credits include Showtime's Big Black Comedy Show, BET'sComic View and One Mic Stand, Jamie Foxx Presents, Russell Simmons Def Comedy Jam and Martin Lawrence presents 1st Amendment Stand-Up to name a few. He made his film debut in Idlewild as the character Stuttering Sonny, has appeared in Dance Fu directed by Cedric the Entertainer and was featured in the hit stage play What My Husband Doesn't Know.