- Whether it's working as a staff writer on such hit shows as FOX's MAD TV, Comedy Central's TRIGGER HAPPY TV, CON, and ALMOST LIVE! Or performing stand up around the country, Brooks McBeth is one of those comedians who seem to find the line of decency and then stomps all over it. Originally from Seattle Washington, Brooks has an edgy but yet still endearing style of comedy that has made him a favorite at every comedy club he performs in. Brooks continues to appear regularly in national television commercials and voice-overs, but it is on stage by himself where he is truly in his element. Besides being Comedian Joel McHale's full time opener (The Soup & NBC's Community), Brooks has also performed with such greats as Frank Caliendo, Drew Carey, Harland Williams, Doug Benson and Jack Black to name a few.
- Tom Clark is the boy next door...if you lived next door to an insane asylum.
Whether it's his off kilter observations, his knack for spontaneous crowd interaction, or his unusual physical comedy, Clark's act has a little something for everyone. This has allowed Clark to perform coast to coast and around the world at both New Faces at the prestigious Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and on The Main Stage at The Capetown Comedy Festival in South Africa. Other appearances include CBS's Late Late Show, NBC's Last Comic Standing, The Bob & Tom Radio Show, and Comedy Central's Premium Blend.
Clark has a strong background in improv and sketch having completed the Second City Conservatory in Chicago and being a Main Company member at ComedySportz LA.
Clark has also landed several guest starring roles including the Hallmark made for TV movie The Wish List, NBC's Outsourced, and even a dramatic role on TNT's "The Closer" opposite Kyra Sedgwick...yes he was the murderer. After landing the role on Outsourced, director Ken Kwapis invited Clark to be in the Drew Barrymore movie, Big Miracle
- Comedian Michael Malone is an international headliner known for his energy, "rubber face" and versatility of material styles. Currently based in Los Angeles, Malone recently returned to the Midwest to film his one-hour comedy special, "Casual Sext," available to the masses this fall for $5 download on his website.
The comedy bug bit Malone at the impressionable age of 19, where he promptly stopped attending college and took to the road to pursue his dream. Ten years later, Malone has a top ten selling comedy album on iTunes called "Let's Get Physical," an international tour schedule--including sold out venues of stadiums and clubs, alike and an upcoming one-hour comedy special release.
Malone is an energetic comic with a knack for reading the room. His organic interactions with crowds earn him as a consistent favorite across the country
- When Auggie takes the stage, audiences across the country quickly realize that they're in for an evening of riveting, take-no-prisoners stand-up comedy.
- During Auggie's set, pop culture and political targets are dissected piece by piece into intelligently written manic rants.
- His seamless rapid fire style has developed a loyal following across the country.
- He has spent most of the last two decades keeping a constant road schedule honing his craft and creating a truly memorable, relevant, and constantly evolving live experience.
Described by many as "energetically laid -back," Jeff Capri is one of very few second generation comics working today. Jeff's observational comedic palette takes a different direction than his father's classic Catskill style. Jeff covers everything from pop-culture, biographical and political twists as well as a silly pun or two. The Los Angeles Times calls him: "...consistently fun, spontaneous, smart and witty."
Jeff Capri is a favorite in Las Vegas and has made many television appearances, including Comics Unleashed, Last Comic Standing, Ed McMahon's Next Big Star, Who Wants to Date a Comedian? Jeff has also appeared along side many respected entertainers, including Ellen DeGeneres, Joy Behar, Rich Jeni and Adam Sandler.