Dov hails from a junkyard in Englishtown, New Jersey and now lives with his wife Jessica and their dog in Brooklyn. He also spent some time on an Ashram in Southern India as a child, and will never go back. As an actor, Dov played opposite Mark Wahlberg in the film Invincible, as well as ongoing roles on NBC’s Shades of Blue, and HBO’s Crashing. He’s also been seen on The League on FX, Raines on NBC, Law & Order, Boston Legal, and Maron. As a comedian he’s written and performed two one-hour standup specials for television and has appeared on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Chappelle’s Show, Showtime, Comedy Central, and many others.
I’m a stand up comic who lives in LA, but often travels telling jokes throughout the rest of the country (and various other parts of the world). When I’m not out performing, you can find me surfing, playing tennis and (most likely) napping. These are my favorite things, though I’m really only great at one of them. I’ve been on Kate Flannery’s “Stand Up in Stilettos” on the TV Guide Network, “Gotham Live” on AXS TV, and have been part of live comedy shows and festivals all over the world. This past year I was super excited to be invited to be part of the prestigious “Just For Laughs” comedy festival in Montreal, and also got to entertain our troops for two weeks performing at various bases throughout Japan. I’m often a guest on my friends’ podcasts, can be heard on the Bob and Tom show, and am half of the sketch group “See You Next Tuesday.”
Robert Kelly’s comedy is rooted in his early days as a kid growing up in Boston. His dysfunctional family, repeat trips to juvie and his honest take on his own life and relationships make his comedy clever, abrasive and funny, yet refreshingly vulnerable. Kelly has been winning over audiences for years while touring clubs, colleges, and theatres. He was featured on the HBO’s Tourgasm with Dane Cook and has been a highlight at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival for the last four years. Kelly’s has performed on Comics Anonymous, Comedy Central Presents, Premium Blend, Tough Crowd, The Carson Daly Show, The Jim Breuer Show. His acting credits include Louie, Inside Amy Schumer, NYC 22, Ghost Town, The Job, What Doesn’t Kill You, Good Luck Chuck and the upcoming Judd Apatow film Trainwreck starring Amy Schumer. He recently produced and starred in the short film “Cheat” which debuted at The Tribeca Film Festival. Shortly afterward Simon and Schuster published a book he wrote based on the film. He currently hosts the top-rated podcast “You Know What Dude?” that can be found on iTunes or riotcast.com.
Godfrey is one of the hottest comedians on the circuit. Growing up in Chicago, he constantly got in trouble for misbehaving and being an all-around class clown. Godfrey's Nigerian parents unknowingly encouraged his bad behavior by showing him classic comedy films from an early age. While performing impressions of his college football teammates, Godfrey realized his irreverent style of comedy might be more than just a hobby. As one of the most dominant forces in the comedy circuit, Godfrey has been seen on stages from New York and Los Angeles to Dubai. Along with his own one-hour special on Comedy Central, Godfrey recently starred in the FX pilot "Bronx Warrants," adding to his onscreen credits which include ZOOLANDER, "30 Rock," and a recurring role on "Louie." Godfrey also stars alongside Shaquille O'Neal on the TruTV series, "Upload," which is now going into its second season.
Bartnick moved to San Francisco and began his career as a stand-up comedian in 1997. He started performing in coffee shops and laundromats, and eventually went on to play venues such as The Warfield, the Punch Line, and the Palace of Fine Arts. During that time, he became a regular at the Punchline Comedy Club and shared the stage with comedians such as Dave Attell, Bill Burr, Dave Chappelle, and Robin Williams. Check out his Podcast at http://sideshownetwork.tv/category/podcasts/sports/puck-off/
Comedian and writer Gina Brillon was born and raised in Bronx, New York. She’s been a standup comic since she was 17 years old. Her first one hour special, ‘Pacifically Speaking, was produced by Gabriel Iglesias and will debut on NuvoTV in September 2014. She has a featured role in Gabriel Iglesias’ upcoming theatrical film, The Fluffy Movie. The film will be released in theaters on July 25th 2014. She’s made appearances on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, E!’s Chelsea Lately, AXS’ Gotham Comedy Live, The View, and is the first (and only) Latina winner of NBC’s 2012 Stand up for Diversity Showcase. She was selected to be part of Montreal’s Just For Laughs New Faces Showcase. Gina is also an accomplished singer, published writer, and poet. Her pieces have appeared in the New York Post and Daily News among others.
When Aida was a teenager one of her relatives declared that she would end up a statistic, she did, she is 1 out of the 10 to make it to the finals of NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Aida Rodriguez’s ͞edgy, raw and in your face͟ style of comedy has set her apart in a world that celebrates funny over double standards. Catching the eye of some of the most recognizable names in Comedy, she is creating a lane of her own. Roseanne Barr doesn’t understand why Aida doesn’t have her own show yet and Keenan Ivory Wayans told the world that she is ͞like a dose of truth serum͟. As a single mom of two, Aida has honed and nurtured her craft all while juggling the daily grind and stresses of family and career. While providing endless material, family remains the heart of the Aida Rodriguez experience. ͞Suddenly, the pages of my journal have become a laughing matter!͟ Aida is a regular on some of the nation’s most iconic comedy stages. She has also hosted and/or been featured on numerous television and radio broadcast programs including but not limited to, Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show, two-time host of the PBS’s Imagen Awards, Fox’s Laughs, Nickelodeon’s Mom’s Night Out, Parental Discretion, as well as NuVo’s Stand Up and Deliver seasons 1&2 and The Wedding Zinger. Aida recently was featured in Robert DeNiro’s latest film The Comedian after being handpicked by director Taylor Hackford which will be released December 2016 and will appear on Showtime this fall as the Shaq’s All Star Comedy Jam’s first Latina. When she’s not on your television or a local stage, you can catch Aida following another childhood dream of becoming Bob Hope, Aida serves yearly on USO and MWR tours; making her an international performer
Wali Collins is a regular at all of the main stream Comedy clubs in the United States including New York City and Los Angeles. He even headlines and tours at Comedy clubs in Europe and Asia. Collins’ television credits include NBC, CBS, FOX, HBO, ABC’, VH1, Comedy Central, Netflix, Hulu. David Letterman caught Wali’s act and recruited him to warm-up for his show. Later that season Wali performed his stand up on the “Late Show with David Letterman”. Quoted by GQ magazine “Wali’s true purpose becomes evident”. He also landed small roles in films like independent feature, "Submission", starring Stanley Tucci and Chris Rock's "Top Five". And in the the "cult" classic, “Coyote Ugly”. Wali also is featured in the hit Netflix series, "The Get Down", Hulu's, "Difficult People". And the Oxygen Network series, "Crazy Love". If Wali’s face looks familiar to you it’s because you’ve seen him in over 30 national and international television commercials. In the words of Robert Klein, “Wali Collins is versatile, smart and very, very funny.” If you haven’t seen Wali do his thing in either stand up or acting, you’re missing out on one talented and gifted man.
Born in Long Island, Gregg Rogell quickly rose through the club ranks and established himself as one of the top working stand ups in the country. Within a year of his debut, Rogell won “The funniest person in Long Island” contest, as well as the WKGR South Florida Laugh Off. Within three years, his list of television credits included “Evening at the Improv,” “Caroline’s Comedy Hour,” “The MTV Half Hour Comedy Hour,” “Comic Strip Live,” “VH1 Stand Up Spotlight,” “E! Stand Up Sit Down with Robert Klein,” “Two Drink Minimum,” and many others. He has since made several appearances on “The Tonight Show,” and “Late Night with Conan O’Brien.” He can also be recognized from his appearance as “Kenny” on the CBS sitcom, “The Nanny.” His success has earned him sitcom development deals from NBC and Disney. He has toured, opening for Dolly Parton, Wynonna Judd, and Dave Chappelle, and has appeared with Bob Hope and Bill Cosby on several NBC specials.
In the hard-hitting New York comedy world, D.C. Benny is a heavyweight contender. His nickname “D.C.” was given to him by Harlem’s legendary host; “Uncle” Jimmy Mack, who sadly passed away in the 2014 Tracy Morgan car accident. Benny’s unusual style of telling autobiographical stories, inhabited by original characters has been sharpened for almost thirty years as a performer. His personal essays, stories, and articles have been featured in New York Magazine, The New York Observer, Narratively, and Heeb Magazine. Benny’s diverse fan base know him from a wide range of appearances; his “White Boy Rips The Apollo” clip with almost ten million views, his Comedy Central Presents, one the of the network’s highest-rated half-hour specials, as a top eight finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, his role as Caesar in John Singleton’s feature film “Illegal Tender”, as “Chaz” on the soap opera “As The World Turns”, and national commercials for Verizon, Dell, Volkswagon, Wendy’s, AIG, as well as the Budweiser “How You Doin’?” superbowl spots campaign. His weekly comedic story-telling show, Urban Myth, became an underground staple, where performers such as Dave Chappelle, Robert Kelley, Jim Gaffigan, Jim Norton, Jay Oakerson, Kevin Hart, Mike Epps, and SNL’s Dean Edwards would tell their true, funny, stories, to a packed house at The Zinc, a downtown New York jazz bar. Currently, Benny co-hosts the story-telling podcast “Tall But True” with his friend, Cash Cab’s Ben Bailey, where guests like Ray Romano, Dom Irrera, Colin Quinn, Adam Ferrara, Artie Lange, and Bill Burr share funny stories and talk smack. Benny lives in Brooklyn where he fiddles around with old Land Rovers when he is supposed to be helping his wife run her natural skincare business. He has a dog named Grits and two cats who prefer that he not share their personal information in this bio.
Patty Rosborough is one of the top headlining comics in the country with her hard-hitting, high-energy style of comedy. She got her start in New York City appearing with the improv troupe, ‘Future Schlock’ and in the Off-Broadway production of ‘Gay Dracula,’ a campy romp where she bared it all. Her first stint on television was with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central’s ‘Short Attention Span Theatre.’ Patty has been seen on Showtime, Comedy Central and on the BBC’s ‘The World Stands Up.’ She has also performed at the ‘Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival’ and is the winner of NYC’s prestigious ‘Charlie Award.’ Patty plays a drunk in Adrien Lynne’s film, ‘Jacob’s Ladder,’ an angry ex-wife with Kevin Meany on the webisode, ‘In the Middle’ (Salon.com.) and a hard drinking, nightmare of a mother in Drew Chiminec’s comedy, ‘Raising the Dead.’ Patty is the winner of the ‘Ladies of Laughter Comedy Competition’ and tours across the U.S. with her standup act. She is also a regular at the ‘Borgata’ in Atlantic City and performs at New York City comedy clubs. Patty was most recently featured on the podcast, ‘Babes in Boyland,’ interviewed by her daughter, Molly Kornfeld and Victoria Hoffman.
As seen on Comedy Queens, Comedy.TV and late night TV...Maureen brings hilarious blue cooler comedy to the stage..
Marla Schultz is a comedian, actress, and TV Host. As a comedian, she’s headlined all over the country, entertained the troops overseas and toured nationwide opening for Chelsea Hander. She’s appeared several times on WPIX’s Morning Show hosting their Steals and Deals segments. Additionally she has acted on several TV shows including TNT’s Men of a Certain Age, FX’s Dirt, Oxygen’s top–rated syndicated show, Girls Behaving Badly and E! Entertainment Television’s The Entertainer with Wayne Newton, Who Wants To Date a Comedian. Marla’s stage credits include co-starring in The 2013 NY Fringe Festival’s British import, Kemble’s Riot which won the prestigious “Overall Excellence Award”. Additionally she co-starred in the Off-Broadway hit JAPS: The Jewish American Princesses of Comedy. She can be seen on Comics Unleashed and Late Night TV.
MEGHAN HANLEY is a National Touring stand-up comic, writer and baseball blogger. She has appeared on AXSTV’s “Gotham Comedy Live,” DreamsTv, as well as Fox’s “Laughs,” and “Red Eye.” Hanley, know for her quick wit and upbeat persona, has been featured in several festivals, including Boston, Austin’s Out of Bounds, Atlanta’sLaughing Skull andThe Women in Comedy Festival. This past March she completed her first tour with Armed Forces Entertainment, performing for the Troops in Kosovo, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and England. In addition to stand-up she has contributed to WABC’s “Curtis and Kuby Show,” “Sports Rants,” and in 2017 co-wrote and co-hosted the program for Fordham University’s Inaugural Athletics Gala. Currently Meghan can be seen in the web series “Seeking Sublet,” onFunny or Die, and is the creator and host of the popular web series “Sports Tabata.” Lastly, she smiles a lot, which some people find suspicious, but mostly endearing.
Costaki tours clubs and Colleges throughout the country...You can also see him on his own Showtime half hour...
Born in New Jersey, raised in Atlanta, and, in 2012, winner of Houston's Funniest Person, Matthew Broussard is not exactly sure where he's from. Matthew earned a degree in Applied Mathematics and a job as a financial analyst before moving to West Hollywood to pursue stand-up comedy full time. His brand of playful, witty humor covers topics from physics & grammar to the hardships of looking like an 80s movie villain. Aside from his popular webcomic, mondaypunday.com, he can be seen on The League, The Mindy Project, MTV2's Guy Code, and has his own Half Hour Special premiering on Comedy Central this fall. But his Cajun father and Jewish mother still really want him to take the GMAT.
Keith Robinson is the quintessential comedian’s comedian, admired by his fellow artists – his great art of inherently subverting his audience, shaking them out of their cozy assumptions to fresh perspectives sustains his comedic prominence. His commanding stage presence has gained him appearances on MTV, VH1, HBO’s Def Comedy Jam, TBS’s family comedy series Are We There Yet, The Chelsea Lately Show on E! and Late Night with Conan O’Brien. Many talented comedians can make you laugh but it’s difficult to find a comedian who rises to a level of middle brow brilliance finding comic expression in cultural/racial disparities, his mischievous past, and political absurdities, which leads to a further probing deep beneath Keith Robinson’s hardened pseudo-street exterior to expose his geeky indisputable-intellectual interior. It is within the comedic improvisation of standup where his strident honesty and confrontational style expose the conspicuously concealed obvious – spilling to observations that masterfully make him a skillful teller-of-tales. In his teens, Keith began cultivating his wit with his "back of the bus funny," subsequently working the comedy circuit in his hometown Philadelphia and securing a spot as one of the finalists on Ed McMahon’s Star Search. He did not take home the $100,000 prize, but his career as a comic and actor mushroomed. He now merits a coveted comedic and acting career on the stage, screen, and television. Keith’s impressive record of accomplishments include his self-titled special on Comedy Central, a standout regular on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn, writer and central performer on The Wanda Sykes Show and writer for the Chappelle Show. He was recently seen in Kevin Hart's record-breaking movie, "Laugh at My Pain." One of New York Comedy Cellar’s elite, where he frequently hosts, Keith Robinson has a reputation, best described by Cringe Humor for "being the best at impromptu zingers and one-liners that annihilate his colleagues." His first hour special, recorded live in New York at The Gramercy Theater: Kevin Hart presents Keith Robinson in Back of the Bus Funny, is now released on iTunes, Hulu, Amazon, and Google Play.
Already striking at almost six feet tall with red hair, Veronica Mosey has earned a solid reputation as a comic with both a tremendous stage presence and the ability to engage all kinds of audiences with her impressions of celebrities as well as everyday characters. Her material is thought-provoking; her demeanor fiery yet likable. She earned the title of one of “Five Comics to Watch” by Rolling Stone Magazine, as well as appearances on Comedy Central, HBO, Vh1, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Fox News, The Dr. Phil Show, TBS and more. She was a contributing joke writer for Jerry Seinfeld’s The Marriage Ref and was a featured comic on Lie Detectors on the Game Show Network. She is one of only a handful of female comics working regularly at all of the top comedy clubs in the country and New York City including the prestigious Comedy Cellar, Stand Up New York and Gotham Comedy Club. She has performed internationally in major cities such as Montreal, Canada, Melbourne, Australia and at the Stockholm Comedy Festival in Sweden. Her sarcastic wit has been published in Us Weekly Magazine's Fashion Police as well as the New York Post.
Judy has had stand-up specials on HBO, Comedy Central and LOGO. She has written and starred in two critically acclaimed, Off-Broadway hit shows: The Judy Show – My Life as a Sitcom (Outer Critics Circle Nomination), and 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother (GLAAD Media Award – Outstanding NY Theater, Drama Desk Nomination – Actor). Judy received rave reviews as Gremio in The Public Theater’s all female production of The Taming of The Shrew for Shakespeare in the Park. She also co-starred in Off-Broadway’s Clinton! The Musical, and Disasater! The Musical. Judy has appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and has recurring roles on Netflix’s Friends From College and TBS’ Search Party. She can also be seen on the Showtime series I’m Dying Up Here. Judy was featured in Woody Allen’s series Crisis In Six Scenes on Amazon, and also appears on the hit web-series The Other F Word on Amazon Prime. Other most recent TV appearances include guest-starring roles o, Broad City, Louie, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Inside Amy Schumer, Difficult People, 30 Rock, and 2 Broke Girls. From 1999 to 2010 Judy was the host of HBO’s At the Multiplex with Judy Gold Judy also won two Emmy awards for writing and producing The Rosie O’Donnell Show. Judy has made numerous appearances on The Steve Harvey Show, The View, The Today Show, and The Wendy Williams Show. She has written for The New York Times, Huffington Post, CNN.com. She is the host of the hit podcast, Kill Me Now, on iTunes. You can find her at JudyGold.com or follow her on twitter - @jewdygold.
Brian Scolaro was born in a log cabin in Eggplant, West Virginia in 1876. And was visited during the night by Three Shephards. They beat the shit out of him for six hours. His mother was a ghost pimp and his father was a washing machine. Brian went to High school in the Philipines, where he spent four years learning to become an asshole. He received notoriety when he discovered a cure for “sight” by poking people in the eyes. Brian was killed by a large bear when he was sixteen, but he did not let that stop his acting dreams. He moved to Hollywood in 1872 and now sells garbage under a bridge.
Lori Palminteri has been featured on FX’s “Louie,” “Live at Gotham” on AXS TV, Comedy Time TV, and at the Asheville, She-Devil, Laughing Skull, Laughing Devil, and Boston Comedy Festivals. Her wholesome “girl next door” looks and charm belie her quirky, often edgy style. Lori’s original sitcom pilot, “Honest Living,” was nominated for Best Film in the Comic Strip Film Festival, and Lori was also nominated for Best Performance as the mischievous con artist, Kate. Lori performs regularly all over New York City, and the Tri-State area at the Comedy Cellar, Broadway Comedy Club, Governor’s Comedy Club, and more.
Kevin Brennan is an American stand-up comedian and writer. His writing credits include Saturday Night Live, Sports Show with Norm Macdonald and Comedy Central Presents. He has appeared numerous times on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Late Show with David Letterman, Last Call with Carson Daly and Red Eye w/Tom Shillue
Peter M. Correale is an American actor, broadcaster stand up comedian and writer. He currently co-hosts The Pete and Sebastian Show with fellow comedian Sebastian Maniscalco that airs weekly on SiriusXM and as a separate podcast. In addition, he was a writer and occasional performer on the CBS sitcom Kevin Can Wait.