Paul has been doing comedy since 2008 and has been headlining in Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming. He has a CD on iTunes – “Sheffield Had it Worse.” He is the winner of the 2010 Happy Valley Comedy Competition.
Moody McCarthy: The Good Jew
Moody was born “Matthew” in Syracuse, NY, into a rambunctious household with six siblings. (They’re Irish…somebody had to get a nickname.) He began doing comedy in 1992 and was soon hired by Syracuse’s top morning radio show to cover sports and write jokes, his first loves.
Mike Toomey: Welcome to My World
With his Sharp Delivery, quick wit, and unique style, Mike Toomey has been a favorite at comedy clubs and special events since 1982.
Mike Speenberg: Uphill Both Ways
Mike Speenberg has been a professional touring Stand-up comedian for 20 years. He’s performed on 5 different continents, entertained everyone from Hall of Fame Athletes to US Diplomats, shared the stage with everyone from Robin Williams to Bill Burr, and been featured on everything from CNN to the AMERICAN FORCES RADIO NETWORK.
Mike Siegel: Have Jokes Will Travel
Mike Siegel is a stand-up comedian, TV host, and actor. For nine years, he hosted TBS network’s TBS Movie EXTRA and has hosted numerous other network shows including HGTV’s If Walls Could Talk and What You Get For the Money, GSN Live on the Game Show Network, and The Next GAC Star on GAC.
Mike P Burton: I Can Get Whiter
Mike Burton delivers his comedy with high energy, great storytelling, and hilarious facial expressions.
Mike Guido: Sanity Optional
Mike Guido has made his mark as a nationally known headlining comedian. He has made eight national TV appearances including SHOWTIME, A&E, MTV, and VH1 and has worked with some of today’s biggest stars such as Jay Leno, Robin Williams, and Ellen Degenneres.
Mike Brody: Not Afraid of Butterflies
Starting comedy on a whim at an open mic in the year 2000, Mike Brody has since devoted his life to perfecting the delivery of his high-energy act.
Mark Poolos: One Wife, Two Daughters, Zero Influence
Mark stands 6’7″ weighs in at 350 technically a giant however he is very weak and a wimp. In his routines, he weaves the story of his life as a bumbling jolly giant in his fast engaging storytelling style.
Lee Hardin: Not Quite A Grown Up
Lee Hardin is a comedian known for making bad decisions and his love for Taco Bell.
Lamuweri Guluka: The First Option
Lamuweri Guluka is an African name meaning “hard to pronounce on the first try.‚Äù Lam is a seasoned comedian who has performed at colleges, comedy clubs, and cafes all over the country whose background as a nerdy, suburban, black male gives him a unique comedic perspective that audiences love.”
Lamont Ferguson: You Had All Day
Ferguson has appeared on the Tonight Show, Comedy Central, Comics Unleashed and ABC’s Family Channel. He was the Winner of the Seattle International Comedy Competition, Three time semi-finalist at the Boston Comedy Festival, Finalist in the San Francisco International Comedy Competition and named ‚ÄòBest of Fest‚Äù at the Detroit, Lucky Eagle and San Luis Obispo Comedy Festivals.
Kelly Terranova: A Man Named Kelly
Despite his name, Kelly Terranova isn’t a beautiful, witty woman, but what he lacks in luscious flowing locks he makes up for in expressive observational humor.
Keith Barany: Dude…Seriously?
There’s no doubt Keith Barany delivers the laughs, every single time he hits the stage. As a tested and veteran touring pro, Keith could explain for hours about the subtle skill set he employs to make the laughs happen.
Karen Mills: Pink Pants
Karen Mills has made a career out of making people laugh. She’s been a nationally touring comedian for 25 years and can be heard daily on Sirius / XM comedy channels.
Jimmy Della Valle: Famous Nobody
Jimmy is well known for his high energy rapid-fire delivery, hilarious stories, and one-liners as well as amazing improvisation off the audience responses with Headlining performances that are always on the edge with his unique edgy streetwise point of view.
Jeff “Big Daddy” Wayne: Big Daddy Kicks It!
Comedian Jeff Wayne was dubbed “Big Daddy‚” by Billy Crystal and Robin Williams on an HBO Comic Relief show. The moniker has stuck to a guy who’s been part of the stand-up comedy scene for a long time.
Jeff Shaw: Manly Girly Man
Jeff Shaw’s writing is marked both by idealism and humanity. His stimulating satire is often infused with poetic beauty.
Jeff Jena: Old Dog. New Jokes
Jeffrey Jena is one of the top corporate and cruise comics working today. His thirty-three years of live performance experience and over forty national television shows, both as an actor and comic give him the ability to work for any audience.
Jeff Capri: Capricious
Jeff’s ongoing comedy trek has enabled him to work alongside many respected entertainers, including Ellen DeGeneres, Rodney Dangerfield, Joy Behar, and Bill Burr.