Marty Pollio is an American stand-up comedian and actor. He appeared twice on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and once in a skit on the show with Jay Leno. He also guest starred on several network sitcoms, including Night Court, Empty Nest and Blossom, in addition to co-starring in a CBS pilot produced by Dan Aykroyd, Mars Base One.
Lisa Gilbert: All The Time Tired
Lisa Gilbert hasn’t had a donut to herself in years. With her new triplets, marriage, and 52nd birthday, Lisa’s personal relationship with herself and Jesus has needed to make some adjustments. Kid leashes and skates; God’s dropbox; and city-approved birthday parties are her new norm.
John DeBoer: Put it on My Credit Card
His twisted observations of life, the world around him, and particularly how he has managed to screw it up, have earned John a reputation as one of the most consistently strong acts wherever he goes.
John Branyan: Demeaning of Life
In November of 1990, John took the stage at an Indianapolis comedy club with the intention of getting comedy out of his system.
Joey Callahan: The Notorious F.O.D.
Jesse performs stand-up comedy all over the country and has opened for Chris D’Elia, Theo Von, Dane Cook, Doug Stanhope, Joey Diaz, Brian Posehn and many more.
Jesse Egan: That’s the Spirit
Jesse performs stand-up comedy all over the country and has opened for Chris D’Elia, Theo Von, Dane Cook, Doug Stanhope, Joey Diaz, Brian Posehn and many more. Check out Jesse Egan’s “That’s the Spirit”.
James Gregory: Food is Not Fatal
James Gregory, a Georgian suffering from Vertigo, is on a mission to spread the good news of “real butter,” Paul-bearing strength, hotter summers, and endangered chicken legs.
Dave Dyer: Further Along Than Anyone Expected
David Dyer has been performing at stand-up at comedy clubs and corporate events for over twenty years. He’s worked with some of the best comics in the industry including Mike Birbiglia, Jim Breuer, and Lewis Black.
Dave Dugan: Human Cannon-ball!
A one-of-a-kind delivery accompanied by impeccable timing and imaginative comedy angles has led DAVE DUGAN down the path to NATIONAL TV APPEARANCES and to RAVE REVIEWS from corporate event planners.
Dave Burleigh: Nobody’s Keeping You Here
Comedian and Impressionist Dave Burleigh’s star is on the rise. His uncanny ability to impersonate just about anyone landed him the starring role as Charlie Sheen in “Not Another Celebrity Movie.” Burleigh’s multiple characters, voices, and impressions were showcased on Season 7 of America’s Got Talent, where he became a fast favorite of both judges and fans alike.
Daren Streblow: Organic & Inorganic Life
Daren Streblow’s unique style of observational stand-up comedy has been entertaining hundreds-of-thousands of people throughout the United States and around the world since he first stepped on the stage in 1995.
Danny Johnson: The Chusky Life
Danny Johnson’s hilarious, clean stand-up has entertained audiences in comedy clubs, corporate events, and churches nationwide.
Daniel Spencer: Dear Amy,
A special special dedicated to a special lady.
Daniel Eachus: A Mild and Skinny Guy
Daniel Eachus talks about weird jobs, strange fears, and how to prank restaurants all through the lens of being the lifelong skinny guy.
Dan St. Paul: Mocking the Suburbs
Dan St. Paul has been chronicling his life on stage for 30 years. After turning fifty, he discovered his body changing, “I’m a cylinder now.”
Dan Megini: Been There, DUMB that!
Not smart enough to do any more with his overactive brain, Dan Mengini is stuck using plastic, explaining apps to his parents, singing the alphabet to get through the phone book, and dreaming about the life he could’ve had in a third world country.
Costaki Economoupolos: Now That I’m a Grown Up
For 20 years Costaki has been living his dream as a full-time stand up comic. He has written jokes for Bette Midler, Jay Leno, MTV, and BET.
Clayburn Cox: Toothbrush Prank War
Born and raised in Alabama, Clayburn Cox makes comedy look easy. He sings a new and improved “Old McDonald,” gives the proper answer to “what is your name, sir?” and heckles the audience before they can heckle him.
Chris Young: Buoyant Mon
Chris Young is able to take real-life experiences and turn them into laughs that maintain a clean but funny appearance.
Chris Voth: Cashmere
If your type of comedian is someone who reminds us all how funny we all are, Chris Strait is for you! No funny topic is off-limits for this California native, but he’s just telling his story.