Based in NEW YORK CITY, Santi is a multilingual stand-up comedian who performs regularly in NYC's best comedy clubs. He has been doing standup comedy for over a decade and his comedy can be described as honest, anecdotal and personal. He is the host of the very successful comedy showcase ItMatters Comedy at New York Comedy Club. He has performed from small and big audiences in rundown bars/comedy clubs across North America to sold out clubs in London, England and Bogota, Colombia. Santi is one of the few comics who has performed at the New York Comedy Festival both in English and Spanish. He just recorded his debut comedy album IDENTITY CRISIS, which people can listen to on iTunes, Sirius XM and Spotify. Some of his credits Include: NY Comedy Festival, TBS, and Sirius/XM.
Described by Jeffrey Gurian as "also very funny," Elon Altman is a stand up comedian born and raised in NYC. In 2015, he was featured on AXS TV's "Gotham Comedy Live," he headlined Caroline's On Broadway, and he was runner up in NBC Universal's "Cozi TV Comedy Search." He can be seen regularly at clubs such as Caroline's On Broadway, Comic Strip Live, Broadway Comedy Club, and the New York Comedy Club. He also features and headlines at festivals, colleges and private events across the northeast.
Janelle Draper is a New York based comedian and writer. She brings her charm and quick wit on-air as a regular Trivia and Bingo host for the offbeat comedy channel, IFC. You can watch her standup on IFC.com “That’s Funny” and listen to it on Audible. She performs all over the country, most notably at Boston Comedy Festival, All Jane Comedy Festival (Portland) and Laugh Factory (LA + Chicago). She produces and hosts Foreplay On A Hump Day at Stand Up NY and Twisted Sistas at The Stand Comedy Club. Janelle’s comedy can be described as off the cuff, high energy and honest. She has appeared in commercials for T-Mobile, Bud Light and Levi’s. Janelle is originally from Boston but only has an accent when drinking Chardonnay. She started doing standup in LA when she was an NBC Page in an itchy Brooks Brother’s uniform working on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Derek Humphrey is an urban hick with an uncanny wit. Born in a single wide trailer in Detroit, Derek has been a high school dropout, laborer, hotelier and veteran of the US Navy. War and hospitality were not painful enough, so he entered show business. Derek is now a New York City based comic and actor. As a comic, he has been featured in the 2022 New York Comedy Festival, The 2021 Red Clay Comedy Fest, The 2022 New York Theater Festival and was named one of "New York's Funniest" by TBS. His acting work has been featured in the award winning play "Race: The Play: The Movie" and campaigns for Gillette, with appearances on MTV and ABC. You can follow Derek on Venmo at @humpderek
Rich Aronovitch, known for appearances on Gotham Comedy LIVE on AXS; The Food Network’s Beat Bobby Flay, and HBO's Bomani Jones, NBC's Last Comic Standing, The WE Network Three Men And A Chick Flick. He gained social media fame for his silly dances, which led to features on NBC's Access Daily, a Tiesto music video, performances with Limp Bizkit at Madison Square Garden, and on the jumbotron for the New York Islanders. Recently, he was featured on TNT's March Madness Sweet Sixteen Pre-Game Promo and appeared on The Food Network’s Worst Cooks In America Season 25 Viral Sensations.
Michael Brigante has been entertaining audiences for over a decade with his side-splitting comedy and unique brand of storytelling. Having performed to sold-out audiences throughout the United States and Canada, this Caribbean-born, New York City-bred, performer is unapologetic in his approach to humor. He has been featured on Comedy Central, Kevin Hart's LOL Radio, and his comedy special, MICHAEL BRIGANTE: RELAX is now streaming on YouTube and TIDAL. His album (of the same name) debuted at #1 on iTunes with over 300k streams in the first 60 days. Energetic, loud, and always funny, the crowd is guaranteed to be taken for a ride they’ll remember.
Actor/Comedian/ Brian Scott McFadden is one of the funniest stand up comics working in the industry today. A regular on the NY comedy club circuit, Brian has recently taken his act to a whole new level with his high energy performances & some of the most unique, incisive & hilarious routines around. After making his debut on The Late Show with David Letterman Brian followed that up with an appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson on CBS. A multidimensional performer Brian is both an accomplished stage actor, who has played Hamlet in New York, and a versatile voice over artist with a vast range of accents and character voices in his repertoire. Brian was recently seen on the big screen in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty with Ben Stiller & also performed in such films as Ice Age II with Ray Romano and Robots with Robin Williams & Halle Berry. Look for Brian’s new comedy special “Accents & Nonsense” on Drybar Comedy later this year.
Oscar Aydin is a New York-based comedian originally from Chicago. A two time feature in Time Out New York's "LGBT POC Comedian We're Obsessed With Right Now". He’s been on LOGO, Bravo, BBC Reels and a regular on SiriusXM. Whether it’s an audience of 3 or 1,000, Oscar always brings his sass and eccentric style of comedy that keeps audiences saying "Oh Oscar".
Reg Thomas has been making people laugh forever. His comedy draws from the clash between his conservative Haitian upbringing, growing up in Brooklyn and dating in New York City. Reg writes jokes that allow anyone with a heartbeat to laugh and enjoy the moment. He has written content for media companies including Atlantic Records, Complex Magazine, KicksOnFire.com and TruTV. In five short years, Reg has made a name for himself running the gauntlet that is the New York City comedy scene and headlining clubs like Caroline’s on Broadway.
Carmen Lagala is a New York City based stand-up comedian who made her network television debut in 2018 on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Originally from Vermont, Carmen endears audiences with her small-town charm, delivering jokes that are smart, dark, dirty and playful. She regularly features for comedian Hari Kondabolu at the best clubs and theaters across the country, and recently appeared in the web sketch “Dollar Store Therapist” for Comedy Central. Carmen was featured in the 2018 New York Comedy Festival for stand-up, sketch, a roast, and her own show “Puppets Present” which was a Time Out New York pick for “Best Shows to See”. She’s performed in several other festivals including Brooklyn Comedy Festival, Bridgetown, Rogue Island, and the Women in Comedy Festival.
Matt Ruby is a standup comedian from New York City and his debut album is called "Hot Flashes." His jokes offer a smart and brutally honest look at relationships, politics, race, religion, technology, and sex. Matt is also the star and creator of Vooza, a video comic strip about the tech world (called the "The Spinal Tap of startups" by Mashable), and producer of two of the hottest live comedy shows in New York City (Hot Soup and Schtick or Treat). Other credits include MTV's Girl Code, Seeso/NBC, CNN.com, The Huffington Post, NY Magazine, Time Out NY ("Joke of the Year" nominee), Splitsider, and Gawker. He has also appeared across the country at comedy venues and festivals including SXSW (Austin), Bridgetown (Portland), NY Comedy Contest, SF Comedy Contest, Boston Comedy Festival, Biftek Festival (Montreal) and the New Orleans Comedy and Arts Festival. His comedy blog, Sandpaper Suit, was nominated for Best Comedy Website by The ECNY awards. Look, you made it to the end of this bio. Nice job! Now lets go out there and live our best lives.
ANDREW DICE CLAY is proud to be one of America's most controversial and outrageous comics. And it’s that persona that has made him a Rock and Roll, Comedy Legend. When he released his debut album, Dice, the parental advisory label simply read “Warning: This album is offensive.” Despite media backlash, Dice’s rise to fame was nothing less than meteoric, creating “Dicemania”. He became the first comedian to sell out Madison Square Garden two nights in a row, as well as sporting arenas all across the country and was the only performer ever “Banned For Life from MTV.” Dice has released numerous best-selling DVDs (No Apologies and Dice Rules!) and a string of multi-gold and platinum selling CDs (The Day The Laughter Died and Face Down, Ass Up). Dice also starred in several one-hour HBO, pay per view and Showtime stand-up specials including: The Diceman Cometh and Indestructible. In recent years, Dice’s career has experienced a resurgence. In 1992, Dice performed in front of the largest audience ever by a comedian at that time, when he shared the stage with Guns & Roses at the Rose Bowl and most notably for his recurring role on the final season of Entourage, when he starred to great critical acclaim alongside Cate Blanchett and Alec Baldwin in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, Martin Scorsese’s Vinyl and most recently in the award winning, blockbuster hit, A Star Is Born. His other notable TV credits are The Celebrity Apprentice, where he is proud to have been the first celebrity thrown off the show that season and his Showtime series, for two seasons, called Dice, which was very loosely based on his own life. Additionally, in 2014, Simon & Schuster published Dice’s brutally honest, unapologetic and uncensored autobiography “The Filthy Truth”, in which, Dice chronicles his remarkable rise, fall, and triumphant return. Filled with no-holds-barred humor and honesty, the book sets the record straight and gives readers plenty of never-before-shared stories from his career and his celebrity friendships. For decades, the secret to Dice's continuing success is that he has a lot more going for him than just being a shocking potty mouth. He is a comedic icon and his acting roles and credits clearly show that he is capable of being just as funny (or serious) without the dirty words. Dice is a talented, disciplined and versatile performer/actor and continues to be a comedy force to reckon with. But more than anything, audiences continue to crave the excitement, and demand to see The Diceman, and he is more than happy to oblige so don’t miss this Undisputed Comedy King if he appears in a city near you.
Big Jay Oakerson is one of the most beloved and easily recognizable comedians in New York City. His easy charm and dirty delivery endear him to audiences every night. Jay’s comedy career spans two decades and a journey from “comic’s comic” to mainstream fame. Beginning as a standout in the Philadelphia comedy scene, Jay quickly became a favorite among other comedians after his move to New York City. He’s no stranger to the rest of America, either, regularly headlining across the country and playing festivals including Bonnaroo, Jager's Korn tour, RockStar Energy Drink's Mayhem Fest, Gathering of the Juggalos and Funny or Die’s Oddball Festival. Jay has also been featured on This Is Not Happening with Ari Shaffir, Comedy Underground with Dave Attell, FX’s Louie, Inside Amy Schumer, and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon & Conan. Jay co-host's “The Bonfire” on Comedy Central Radio Sirius XM 95 alongside Dan Soder Monday through Thursday 6-8pm EST. He is also the co-host of two wildly popular podcasts - “The Most Offensive Podcast on Earth” Legion of Skanks with Luis J. Gomez and Dave Smith and The SDR (Sex, Drugs & Rock & Roll) Show with Ralph Sutton both on The Gas Digital Network. Jay’s debut hour special "Big Jay Oakerson: Live At Webster Hall" premiered on Comedy Central in 2016 & was filmed at the legendary music venue in New York City providing the perfect heavy metal vibe for the show. Jay's comedy is raw, compelling and honest to the core, as he takes viewers on a journey of brutal truths. His second special premiered in 2018 as part of “The Degenerates” on Netflix filmed in Las Vegas. He has 3 albums on Comedy Central Records, The Crowdwork Sessions: What’s Your F@#king Deal?! Volumes 1 & 2 recorded live at The Stand & The Village Underground that capture Jay’s raunchy, off-the-cuff essence with a full hour of crowdwork. They join Jay’s first album, An American Storyteller, a one-hour onslaught of unbridled awesomeness and raunchy rock n' roll hilarity. Oakerson has hosted 2 seasons of "What's Your F@#king Deal?! Crowdwork & Off The Cuff Comedy" on Seeso. Jay asks the audience to let go of pretension and leave egos at the door as he leads a pack of comics in a completely improvised show based on interactions with the crowd. The atmosphere is loose and no-holds-barred, so you'll see a side of the performers you've never seen before. Longtime fans of Jay’s will also remember him as Neil, the sexually ambiguous owner of a NYC rock club, on IFC’s Z-Rock, and from his appearances on Comedy Central's Premium Blend, Comedy Central Presents and Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. He’s wowed audiences at the prestigious Just For Laughs Montreal festival an impressive four times, both on The Nasty Show and with his solo show, The American Storyteller. And he’s a fan favorite guest on Sirius XM’s Bennington (previously Ron & Fez).
Todd Barry has done EVERYTHING! Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central Presents, Last Call with Carson Daly, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Vancouver International Comedy Festival, Just for Laughs Festival – Montreal and much, much more!
Now a massive star in Ireland, native New Yorker, Des moved from Queens to Ireland in his mid-teens in 1990. He first came to prominence with his extraordinary TV series The Des Bishop Work Experience (2004), where he lived on minimum wage in a series of different jobs in Ireland. Mixing this documentary footage with stand-up, the series became one of the most talked-about of the year, and propelled Des into national stardom. In 2006, he embarked on his second critically acclaimed TV series, Joy In The Hood, where he taught stand-up comedy in disadvantaged areas in four major Irish cities. Another hugely successful live tour followed including invitations to the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and the Melbourne Comedy Festival in Australia. Des’s most recent project took him to Beijing, China in 2013 to learn Mandarin and he has been living there for the past 18 months. He is now fluent and the show, Breaking China was another major hit for broadcaster RTE in 2014 and he also made a half hour radio documentary about the rise of Stand Up in China for the BBC World Service called “Stand up for China”. His live show again opened at the Edinburgh Festival where he played to over 5,000 people and included an invitation to perform at the Soho Theatre in London and a return to Barrow Street in New York.
Pete Davidson is a celebrated stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and producer. In 2023, Davidson starred in Peacock’s “Bupkis"; a semi-autobiographical comedy series he also co-created, co-wrote, and executive produced. Davidson was a cast member on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” from 2014-22, where his singular "Weekend Update" features and original music videos garnered millions of views. He recently returned to Studio 8H to host the 49th Season Premiere of “SNL,” earning rave reviews. Davidson shot his first one-hour stand-up special for Comedy Central in 2016 and was named one of Forbes’ "30 Under 30" the same year. In 2020, he released the stand-up special “Pete Davidson: Alive From New York.” Davidson was listed as one of Time’s "100 Most Influential People of 2022". In 2020, Davidson co-wrote, executive produced, and starred in the critically acclaimed film “The King of Staten Island.” Additional film work includes “Dumb Money,” “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,” “Trainwreck,” “Big Time Adolescence,” “Set It Up,” “Meet Cute,” and “Bodies Bodies Bodies.” Upcoming projects include “The Home,” “Wizards!,” and “I Slept with Joey Ramone.”
Judah Friedlander was born on March 16, 1969 in Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA. He is an actor, known for 30 Rock (2006), The Wrestler (2008) and Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). I'm a comedian. I do mostly mainstream rooms and I do alternative rooms too, and I don't change my act at all. I'll do black rooms, I'll do Latino rooms. I've done gay rooms, I've done Asian nights, and I'll always just do my thing. I try to make my act so it works for everybody. It's not exclusionary. I'm not in any clique. I'm an outsider. I'm a comedian for the people. I'm not big on preachy. If I'm sending out any message, I like people to find it. I don't like to shove it down their throats. So my act's changed over the year, but it's certainly a comment on just how self-involved many people are.
David Attell is a stand-up comedian, actor, and writer, best known as the host of Comedy Central's INSOMNIAC WITH DAVE ATTELL, which gave him a cult following. Dave Attell can next be seen on Netflix’s, BUMPING MICS with Jeff Ross, set to be released in 2019. Dave starred alongside Amy Schumer in her hit films, TRAINWRECK and I FEEL PRETTY. Dave can also been seen on HBO’s critically acclaimed series, CRASHING with Pete Holmes. His stand up series, DAVE ATTELL’S COMEDY UNDERGROUND and his one hour special, ROAD WORK were featured on Comedy Central and ROAD WORK is now streaming on Netflix. His film credits include Chris Rock’s cult film, POOTIE TANG, FUNNY PEOPLE, SCARY MOVIE 4, and LOS ENCHILADAS! His television credits include THE SIMPSONS, DIFFICULT PEOPLE, BOB’S BURGERS, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, THE JIM GAFFIGAN SHOW, THE JIM NORTON SHOW, INSIDE AMY SCHUMER, LOUIE, ED, EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, and TOUGH CROWD WITH COLIN QUINN. He was named one of the “25 Funniest People in America” by Entertainment Weekly Magazine. When not on the road, Attell makes regular appearances at the Comedy Cellar in New York City.
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.
Originally from New Jersey, veteran stand-up comedian Artie Lange rose to prominence as a contributor to The Howard Stern Show. More recently seen on Judd Apatow's HBO series Crashing, Artie has also made appearances on MADTV, Norm MacDonald's film Dirty Work, Mystery Men and The Jim Gaffigan Show.
Having been named one of Rolling Stone’s “50 Funniest People,” Buzzfeed's "50 Hottest Men in Comedy," and Variety’s “Top 10 Comics To Watch,” Che is quickly leaving his mark on the media landscape. A native of lower Manhattan, Che’s comedy uses humor to identify humanity in the most controversial actions. He applies street culture to world issues with a delivery that The New York Times describes as "a reflective, laid-back stage presence with jokes that draw as much from his city upbringing…as from blunt, insightful points that bring the abstract into focus.” Che is currently the co-anchor of Saturday Night Live’s iconic “Weekend Update” segment where he is also a co-head writer writer for the show. Prior to joining SNL, he was part of “The Best F*ing News Team Ever!” as a correspondent on Comedy Central’s Emmy & Peabody Award-winning program The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Che has performed stand-up on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers and on CBS's Late Show with David Letterman. In 2016, he released his first hour-long stand-up special entitled Michael Che Matters on Netflix. His first special aired in 2014 on Comedy Central’s The Half-Hour stand-up series. Che has made numerous other television and film appearances. Most recently he co-hosted the 70th Annual Primetime EMMY Awards on NBC. Che’s other appearances include Chris Rock’s Top Five, Comedy Central's hit series @midnight, and as a weekly cast member on Vh1’s Best Week Ever. In August 2013, Che headlined a successful month-long run of standup shows entitled “Cartoon Violence” at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, with The Guardian raving, “his effectiveness as a comic is instant.” Che has performed on the Oddball Comedy and Curiosity festival tour, at The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, The Montreal Comedy Festival, Comedy Central’s South Beach Comedy Festival, The Moontower Comedy Festival, and Bonnaroo, where The Nashville Scene proclaimed “Straight up: Michael Che is going to be a star.” He was crowned the winner of the New York’s Funniest Stand-Up competition at the 2012 New York Comedy Festival, and both Time-Out NY and Comedy Central have listed him as one of their "Comics To Watch." He headlines comedy shows nationally and internationally.
Described by the Sunday Times as a ‘truly gifted stand-up’, Joanne has been taking Ireland and the UK’s comedy scene by storm, enjoying sell-out Edinburgh runs with her stand-up shows Wine Tamer and The Prosecco Express. Both shows have toured in Ireland, and she has sold out over 50 nights at Vicar Street in Dublin, four nights at the London Palladium, and three nights at London’s Eventim Apollo. She is the cohost of the hugely popular podcast My Therapist Ghosted Me, alongside her best friend Vogue Williams, which has over a million downloads a week. Joanne created, wrote and presented the funny and insightful documentary Baby Hater which was broadcast in Ireland for TV3. Her first one woman show, Bite Me, a show about eating disorders, was nominated for multiple awards at the Dublin Fringe in 2016. She went on to perform Bite Me at the Vault Festival in 2019 where Lyn Gardner described her as ‘hilarious and brutal’. Joanne’s numerous TV credits include ITV’s The Jonathan Ross Show and Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club, Comedy Central’s Guessable and Comedians Solve World Problems, BBC’s Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel, Richard Osman’s House of Games, Channel 4’s The Big Fat Quiz of Everything, and Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back. She has been a guest on various radio shows including BBC Radio 4’s A Good Read, Radio 5 Live’s Sarah Brett Show, and also hit podcast Evil Genius. In Ireland, she’s co-hosted RTÉ 2’s flagship comedy show Republic of Telly, and appeared on The Blame Game (BBC Northern Ireland), Women on The Verge (UKTV), The Late Late Show (RTÉ One), The Tommy Tiernan Chat Show (RTÉ One), and Clear History (RTE).
Laurie Kilmartin was a Top Ten finalist in season 7 of NBC's Last Comic Standing. She has been seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Central and Showtime, plus appeared as a talking head on The Rachel Maddow Show, Fox 'n Friends, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, VH1's Best Week Ever and Oprah. She is currently a writer on CONAN at TBS and has performed at the Montreal, Aspen and Edinburgh comedy Festivals. Her CD, Five Minutes to Myself, was named by Punchline Magazine as one of the top ten comedy CDs of 2009.
Comedy veteran Steve Byrne has seemingly done it all and continues to push himself to accomplish even more. Starting over 20 years ago and cutting his teeth in all the major clubs in NYC, including the Comedy Cellar, he then ventured off to Los Angeles, began working at the Comedy Store and Hollywood Improv, and his career really took off. After becoming a regular on the late-night talk show circuit and even doing "The Tonight Show" ten times, Steve racked up multiple hour specials on Comedy Central, Netflix, and Showtime. In 2012, he starred in, produced and wrote the TBS hit show "Sullivan & Son", which ran for 3 seasons. Through the show, he cultivated a deep appreciation for storytelling, and in 2019 released his first film, "Always Amazing", a documentary about comic/magician the Amazing Johnathan. In 2020, Steve wrote and directed the indie feature "The Opening Act", his love letter to stand-up comedy, that garnered critic and audience ratings on Rotten Tomatoes at 82 and 83% Fresh. In 2022, he released his fifth hour special, "The Last Late Night", on Amazon Prime, his most innovative work to date and rated 5/5 stars – an hour special disguised as a late-night talk show. Steve continues to tour relentlessly, work on material, and is currently casting his next film that he wrote and will direct towards the end of this year.
Ronny Chieng is a stand up comedian, actor and Correspondent on "The Daily Show". He starred in "Crazy Rich Asians", Marvel's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings", Disney's "Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.", NBC's "Young Rock" and "M3GAN". He has two stand up comedy specials on Netflix. He will next be seen in the Disney Plus series "American Born Chinese" and Hulu’s upcoming series "Interior Chinatown".
As 2018 and 2019’s most viewed comedian in the world, Andrew Schulz has taken stand up comedy by storm. A native New Yorker, Schulz is known for his hilariously unapologetic takes and wild off-the-cuff interactions with the crowd. His stand up clips posted on YouTube received over 4 million views per week. Schulz’s latest comedy special THE CROWD WORK SPECIAL has been viewed over 2 million times. His other specials 441 and VIEWS FROM THE CIS have been viewed over 10 million times. Schulz’s debut comedy album 551 was #1 on Billboard, Apple Music, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Music. Andrew has been a guest on THE JOE ROGAN EXPERIENCE twice this past year, both times with episodes lasting over three hours. His two podcasts – THE BRILLIANT IDIOTS and FLAGRANT 2 – receive over 500k listens per episode. Over the years, Schulz has had many appearances on traditional TV and film, but let’s be honest, who even watches TV anymore?
Justin Hires can be seen playing BOZER in the CBS reboot of MACGYVER. His past credits include starring as DETECTIVE CARTER in the CBS action/comedy RUSH HOUR, portraying JUARIO in the box office success 21 JUMP STREET, and recurring on Comedy Central's popular sketch comedy show KEY & PEELE.