Comedians’ Comedian’s Comedians is Stanhope’s 15th comedy album since he began his career in stand-up over 25 years ago. Doug has performed at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, and was named one of the Top Ten Comics to Watch by Variety and the Hollywood Reporter. He has also made numerous television appearances, including a memorable performance on an episode of his friend Louis C.K.’s series Louie. Called “the most important standup working today” by Ricky Gervais and “one of the most bracing live acts on the stand-up circuit” by The Denver Post, Stanhope’s confrontational and vulgar style of comedy has led to him being compared to legends like Richard Pryor, Sam Kinison and Bill Hicks.
Morgan Murphy has recently written for the CBS comedy, 2 Broke Girls and appeared in the films Sleeping Dogs Lie and World’s Greatest Dad. Previously, she performed standup and wrote for Jimmy Kimmel Live! and on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, where she was part of the original writing staff and received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Writing. Comedy Dynamics released her critically acclaimed stand up special Irish Goodbye in 2014.
An established star of the comedy circuit, Glenn Wool has performed all over the world. He has appeared on Comedy Central’s Jon Oliver’sNew York Stand-Up Show and Jim Norton’s Down and Dirty as well as numerous UK stand-up shows. He won “Best Comedian” at the Sydney comedy Festival in 2010, was nominated for “Best Headliner” by Chortle in 2009 and more. Recently, he was featured on BBC1’s The John Bishop Show, and NBC’s Before The Morning After.
Named the “Funniest Person in Austin,” as well as “Best Stand-Up Comedian” in Austin two years in a row, Brendon Walsh has appeared on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live! And Comedy Central’s Jon Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show. Recent acting credits include IFC’s Maron, FX’s Legit and the feature Punching Henry. He currently writes on Disney XD’s Pickle and Peanut and was a consultant on Comedy Central’s @midnight.