Eat Pray F*ck with Fielding Edlow, Laura Kightlinger, Debra DiGiovanni & Brent Weinbach!
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Fielding Edlow is a comedian, writer and actress based in Los Angeles. Fielding currently voices the recurring character, “Roxie” on Bojack Horseman and has her own monthly show ‘Eat Pray F*ck’ at the Improv Lab. Her solo show, Coke-Free J.A.P., originally performed in the NYC Fringe Festival (Backstage’s “Best of Fringe
Award”), was followed by a four-month, sold-out run in LA at the McCadden Theatre and was subsequently developed as a half-hour comedy pilot at Showtime. She also performed her solo show Sugar Daddy at the LA Fringe Festival and Comedy Central Stage. DVR, a short film which she wrote and stars in, was an official selection at the 2014 Palm Springs and LA Shorts Film Festivals and recently won ‘Best Comedy’ in NYC Short Film Festival. She recently created & starred in her web series Bitter Homes & Gardens.
Laura Kightlinger stands out as a true original in the world of comedy. Her individual style and vision echoes through the incredibly popular characters on the hit NBC series "Will and Grace." In addition to her title as consulting producer on "Will and Grace " she's earned a recurring role on the show as "Nurse Shelia." Her first book entitled "Quick Shots of False Hope " was described by the New York Times Book Review as a "memorable disturbing and darkly comic debut." Laura is writing a TV pilot based on the book. Laura's unique talent has landed her film roles in "Run Ronnie Run" (with David Cross) "Pootie Tang" (starring Chris Rock) the Farrelly Brothers' "Shallow Hal " "Melvin Goes to Dinner " directed by Bob Odenkirk and the Eddie Murphy film "Daddy Daycare." Kightlinger recently finished directing her first documentary entitled "Sixty Spins Around the Sun " chronicling the New York City street movement to repeal the Rockefeller Drug Laws. Laura garnered the Director's Award at the Black Maria Film Festival for a short film she also wrote and starred in called "Dependable People." In addition to writing for "Will and Grace" for the past five years Laura has written for "Roseanne " "Dennis Miller Live" and "Saturday Night Live " where she was also a featured performer. Laura was a cast member of Roseanne's sketch comedy series "Saturday Night Special" on Fox. She has made guest appearances on "Tenacious D the Greatest Band in the World"...She now lives in Los Angeles and performs at local clubs.
Brent Weinbach's stand-up comedy is weird. He is a winner and recipient of the Andy Kaufman Award which is given out once a year to recognize innovation in stand-up comedy. He is also responsible for various internet video sensations such as Gangster Party Line and Ultimate Drumming Technique as well as the cult web series Pound House. Brent has appeared on Conan Lopez Tonight Comedy Central HBO IFC ABC and Adult Swim and also toured with the Comedians of Comedy.
"...obscenely disturbingly brilliant." -L.A. Weekly
"...weird in the best way" -Time Out NY
Canadian comedian Debra DiGiovanni is one of a kind. She’s been called the “Best Comedian to see after a Messy Break Up” and for the years 2008/2009-she was named Toronto’s (her home town) favorite comedian. In 2008, she taped her second “Comedy Now!” special for CTV/Comedy network and in 2009 she taped her second gala at Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival. She also taped her first special on Comedy Central with her Live at Gotham recorded in New York City. Her special, “Single Awkward Female” premiered on Showtime in January 2012. Debra’s comedy has a sharp edge while maintaining a playful, happy air and her persona is one of the best developed of any comic working today. Couple that with a hilarious act that is so personal everyone can relate and you see why Debra is so popular; her humour and charm lies in her unflinching honesty and openness.