Eugene Mirman

Brooklyn resident Eugene Mirman escaped the clutches of Russian communism at the age of four when his family immigrated from Moscow to Lexington, MA (where along with Paul Revere and John Adams he kicked off the American revolution). He attended Hampshire College and designed his own major of Comedy – doing a one-hour standup act as his thesis (for which he was made fun of, don’t worry).

Eugene currently stars as the voice of “Gene” on Fox’s hit animated series Bob’s Burgers. He is also known for portraying comedian/mobster Yvgeny Mirminsky on Adult Swim’s Delocated, Eugene the landlord on Flight of the Conchords, Dr. Eugene Mirman on Aqua Teen Hunger Force and Eugene, the Russian foreign exchange student, on Home Movies. He is a frequent co-host of Star Talk with Neil deGrasse Tyson and hosts the audio series Hold On with Eugene Mirman for Audible, which has featured such guests as Jim Gaffigan, “Weird Al” Yankovic, and Reggie Watts. Eugene has also appeared on Archer, @Midnight, Inside Amy Schumer, Late Night With Conan O’Brien, Russell Howard’s Good News, Late Night with Seth Myers, Broad City, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and more.

Eugene’s comedy special Eugene Mirman: An Evening of Comedy in a Fake Underground Laboratory aired on Comedy Central in 2012 and his most recent special, Vegan on His Way to the Complain Store, premiered on Netflix in 2015. In 2015 he also released a nine-disc vinyl box set on SubPop entitled I’m Sorry (You’re Welcome), which could also be purchased as a chair, a bathrobe, and a puppy.

Eugene was named Best New York City Comedian by the Village Voice, one of “50 Funniest” by Time Out New York, and one of the 10 best comedians of the last decade by Paste Magazine. Eugene was also named by Rolling Stone as “Hot Twitterer” and keeps his 400k+ followers entertained daily.

A pioneer of the comedy variety show since the days of Rififi, Eugene co-founded Pretty Good Friends along with Julie Smith Clem, which began as a weekly comedy show in Brooklyn, but grew into tours, large outdoor shows, and TV and radio projects. Out of these shows, Eugene and Julie also created (originally as a joke) the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, which is now a yearly institution in Brooklyn and beyond.

Kyle Kinane

Kyle Kinane is an internationally touring comedian who has appeared on “@Midnight,” “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,” “Conan,” “Workaholics,” “This Is Not Happening,” “Not Safe with Nikki Glaser” and “Comedy Bang! Bang!” He invented science. Comedy Central will air his newest One Hour Special “Kyle Kinane: Loose in Chicago” in October 2016. “I Liked His Old Stuff Better” debuted on Comedy Central in 2015. He has ESP. He is featured as a recurring character on Netflix’s “Love.” Kyle is playing a series regular on “Those Who Can’t” on TruTV. He let someone else write most of this bio. He can be heard as the voice of Comedy Central and in various animated programs such as “Regular Show,” “Adventure Time,” “Lucas Bros. Moving Co,” ” Aqua Teen Hunger Force,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “TripTank” and “The Life and Times of Tim.” He can swim backwards. Comedy Central released his first hour special “Whiskey Icarus” in 2012 in addition to his own Comedy Central Presents: The Half Hour in 2011. Also, farts.

Sklar Brothers

Randy and Jason Sklar began as one zygote and later guest starred in many TV shows, including an Emmy Award winning episode of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, the FX hit “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, as well as Adult Swim’s Childrens’ Hospital, and most recently on the USA Network’s critically acclaimed, Playing House. They starred as conjoined twins in a memorable episode of Grey’s Anatomy and as warring agents on HBO’s Entourage. Of the Entourage episode, Entertainment Weekly television critic Paul Katz wrote of their turn, “in the hands of comedic masters, The Sklar Brothers, they made it soar.” They’ve also appeared in such films as Touchstone’s, Wild Hogs, and Fox Atomic’s, The Comebacks. Most recently, they co-starred in the popular Netflix movie, Teacher Of the Year, alongside Keegan Michael Key, Larry Joe Campbell and Jamie Kaler.

They recently hosted the critically acclaimed History Channel docu-comedy that highlights the ways in which statistics tell the story of America called The United Stats of America.

The Goddamn Comedy Jam

Comedians do a stand up set and then perform their favorite cover song with a live band. This show rocks so hard broke the stage – twice.

Stand up comedian, Josh Adam Meyers and his band, Elemenopy, host the premiere underground comedy event: The Goddamn Comedy Jam (#GDCJ). Every month, killer lineup of comedic entertainers come together to rock the stage and the mic in the only show that proves: every comedian wants to be a rock star.

The Goddamn Comedy Jam is the intersection of comedy stardom and rock & roll dreams. Comedians perform a stand up set and short story followed by a song of their choosing, accompanied by a live band. It is an unprecedented opportunity to shine as both a comedic star and rock God in the electrified atmosphere that can only be found at The Goddamn Comedy Jam.

The best stand up comedy and storytelling draws on a comedian’s ability to be vulnerable. The GDCJ embraces that vulnerability and takes it to the next level by giving comedians a platform to bask in the glory of laughter and then morph into a rock star. It’s a thrilling experience for viewers who get to watch their favorite comedians express their personal artistry in a way that has never been seen before.

“Comedians tend to find a comfort zone and stay there and do lamer versions of themselves for the rest of their lives.” – Chris Rock

What happens when you ask well established comics to take an audience on a
journey using a creative medium unfamiliar to them?

Goddamn magic. That’s what.

Gina Brillon

Actress, comedian, and writer Gina Brillon was born and raised in Bronx, New York. She’s been a standup comic since she was 17 years old. Her first one hour special, ‘Pacifically Speaking, was produced by Gabriel Iglesias and debuted on NuvoTV this past fall. Gina has a featured role in Gabriel Iglesias’ theatrical film, The Fluffy Movie. She’s made appearances on E!’s Chelsea Lately, AXS’ Gotham Comedy Live, The View, and Late Night with Seth Meyers. Gina is the first Latina winner of NBC’s 2012 Stand up for Diversity Showcase. She is also an accomplished singer, published writer, and poet. Her pieces have appeared in the New York Post and Daily News among others.

Gina is currently developing scripted content for Broadway Video’s new digital studio Mas Mejor with Horatio Sanz, as well as a scripted network pitch based around her life and comedy with Universal Cable Productions, and she can be seen this coming summer headlining the Ethnic Show at the Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival 2016.

Naomi Ekperigin

Naomi Ekperigin is a NY based Stand Up Comedian and Writer who is currently Co-Creating the UNTITLED JESSICA WILLIAMS PILOT for Comedy Central. Naomi recently recorded her Comedy Central Half Hour Special. She was most recently a staff writer on Comedy Central’s BROAD CITY and Season 1 of Hulu’s DIFFICULT PEOPLE. Previously Naomi worked on the Sundance Channel show, THE APPROVAL MATRIX.

David Gborie

David is an up and coming stand-up comedian originally from San Francisco, CA. As a performer, David has appeared at The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Indie Fest, and Denver’s Too Much Funstival, as well as the SF Punchline, The Denver Comedy Works, and other impressive venues.

David made his TV debut in early 2016 on the Viceland TV series ‘Flop House.’

Jordan Rock

Jordan recently wrapped season 2 of the Netflix series LOVE, which Judd Apatow co-created and wrote with Paul Rust and Lesley Arfin (Brooklyn Nine-Nine). He is also set to star as “High Guy” in the Comedy Central ½ hour comedy, DRUNK GIRL, HIGH GUY, which will be produced by A24. Jordan has also appeared on FX’s TOTALLY BIASED, GOTHAM COMEDY LIVE, and NBC’s LAST COMIC STANDING. Jordan recently wrapped the Netflix feature film SAN BERNARDINO BOUND, starring opposite Josh Peck and Tony Revolori. He was recently named one of JFL’s New Faces to Watch at the 2016 Montreal festival.

Byron Bowers

Byron Bowers is a stand-up comedian from Georgia now living in Los Angeles. He has appeared on the Eric Andre Show on Adult Swim and toured with Eric Andre Live, in addition to performing at Comedy Central’s South Beach Comedy Festival, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Maui Comedy Festival and SXSW. Byron was also featured as New Face as the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. He has performed stand-up on Comedy Central’s “Adam Devine’s House Party”, the reboot of BET’s “Comic View”, and made his late night debut this year on TBS’s “The Pete Holmes Show”. Byron is currently a regular panelist on MTV2’s hit show “Guy Code” and will make his late night television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live in the fall.

Jacqueline Novak

Jacqueline Novak is a stand-up comedian and the author. Her new humor non-fiction memoir How to Weep in Public: Feeble Offerings on Depression from One Who Knows (Three Rivers Press, 2016) has been praised by Amy Schumer, Maria Bamford, Mike Birbiglia, Nick Kroll, Nikki Glaser, and many others. In 2015 Jacqueline made her Network TV debut on The Late Late Show with James Corden and was named one of Comedy Central’s Comics to Watch. This past June, she filmed a special for the upcoming season of Comedy Central’s “The Half Hours”.

In 2014, Jacqueline’s self-released stand-up album Quality Notions debuted at #2 on iTunes. Jacqueline has been a featured act at a variety of comedy festivals including: Tig Notato’s Bentzen Ball, Bridgetown Comedy Festival and Riot LA. In New York City, Jacqueline can be seen most weeks at Cake Shop Comedy (called “achingly hip” by The Village Voice), a raucous weekly comedy show she co-hosts with Liza Treyger and John Early.

Late Late Breakfast

Late Late Breakfast is the perfect comedy show for a weird Saturday afternoon. Hosted and co-created by lovable scamps Tyler Jackson and Danny Maupin, Late Late Breakfast is a fast-paced mixed-format standup show that the Chicago Reader simply called “Chaos.”

Every show is a wildly different experience and features a dizzying array of comedians telling jokes while facing randomized themed challenges that could be anything from having an impromptu puppet show or pie fight or Easter Pageant, to giving a guided tour in a trolley car or smashing fruit like Gallagher or pitching in a baseball game involving the entire audience.
Expect anything and everything out of the ordinary, all of it held together by solid, hilarious standup comedy.

Our show has been featured on NYCF, The Comedy Exposition, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Orlando Indie Comedy Fest and more. We also shot a television pilot last summer!

Liza Treyger

Liza Treyger is a Chicago-bred standup comic who now resides in NYC. She really misses alleys, her favorite bartenders, and her Russian parents. Liza’s Half Hour and first album will be released by Comedy Central in August 2015. She recently performed at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal and has appeared on Adam Devine’s House Party on Comedy Central, Chelsea Lately and is a cast member on MTV2’s Joking Off. She was thrilled to be a part of the New York Comedy Festival 2012 as one of Comedy Central’s Comics to Watch (where she got to watch shows and eat cake balls with two professional wrestlers!). Check out her super cool web series How Many Questions.

Nick Vatterott

In 2010 The Hollywood Reporter named Nick Vatterott one of the “break-outs” at Montreal’s Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. Since then he has performed on Conan, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and has a half hour special on Comedy Central. Nick was also a producer/writer/performer on Comedy Central’s stand-up sketch hybrid show Mash-Up, and with co-creator TJ Miller sold the project Manimation to Fox’s ADHD. He was the recipient of the prestigious Andy Kaufman award in 2011 and before heading off to NYC, Chicago Magazine listed Nick as “The Funniest Man in Chicago.” Nick’s debut comedy record, FOR AMUSMENT ONLY was released in November 2014 by Comedy Central Records and was voted by Vulture, Laughspin, and Splitsider as one of the year’s best comedy albums. In addition to naming Vatterott’s album one of the best of 2014, also listed him as one of the top 50 comedians you should know in 2015. Nick has been called “one of the most dynamic performer’s today” by The Laugh Button and his LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON set was received as “so damn brilliant” by The Chicago Reader. Nick has also had correspondent work on THE BIG TEN NETWORK and is currently writing for GORBURGER on Comedy Central with TJ Miller.

Sam Jay

Comedian Sam Jay hails from Boston and the African American lesbian is creating a buzz in the comedy scene with her new, refreshing perspective. Sam Jay is featured on season 3 of Comedy Central’s “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail”. In 2015, she was named to the Comedy Central Comics to Watch list in which she was invited to perform at the renown New York Comedy Festival. She has also performed at festivals across the US, including Portland’s Bridgetown Festival, The Laugh Your Asheville Off Comedy Festival and Boston’s Women In Comedy Festival. Opening for powerhouse acts like Hannibal Buress and Dave Atell, she has established herself as a rising star. Her fresh, unique and warm approach makes Sam Jay a comedian worth seeing and one you will be talking about long after you do. She currently lives in Los Angeles.

Brian Moses

Brian Moses is a stand up, host, writer and producer. He is the creator, EP, and host/referee of Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, a live comedy show in which comics go toe to toe in a no-holds- barred verbal boxing match. The show aired as a mini series on Comedy Central with Brian Executive Producing alongside Roastmaster General, Jeff Ross. The live championship finale marked Comedy Central’s first ever live sporting event. Brian writes for MTV’s Wild ‘N Out and has featured for comics like Cheech & Chong, Sarah Silverman, Jeff Ross, and Bill Burr. He recently hosted the Comedy Central Red Carpet for the Roast of Rob Lowe. One of his goals is to become friends with more black people so he can get his hair braided for free.

Josh Adam Meyers

Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Josh Adam Meyers is an entertainer. Mixing standup comedy and musical performances with his band, Josh has been taking Los Angeles by storm over the past few years.

He was chosen as a “New Face” at the prestigious Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in 2013. He also is the Host and Creator of The Goddamn Comedy Jam, a show where ever comic gets to be a rockstar.

Born in July of 2014, The GDCJ showcases “A List Comedians” doing standup sets followed by a cover song with The Goddamn Band making it the most sought after ticket in Los Angeles. By 2015 the live show was on the road to some of the biggest festivals in North America including Bonaroo, Outside Lands, Bumbershoot, Moontower, New York Comedy Fest, and multiple night runs at the Just for Laugh Festival. In Aug of 2016, Comedy Central premiered the GODDAMN COMEDY JAM Comedy Special with an A-list line up, and subsequently picked up the show as a series, due out in early 2017.

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    Madison Allen - Oklahoma City, OK

    Madison Allen is a comic based out of Oklahoma City. He runs two shows. Divine Comedy at The Speakeasy and Artsy Beatdown. He performs in clubs and bars all over the Midwest and has been selected to perform in festivals like The Hoboken Comedy Festival and Blue Whale Comedy Festival.

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    Allie Amrien
    - Austin, TX

    Allie Amrien is an Austin based comedian by way of San Antonio. She has performed in the San Francisco Comedy Competition and the Cape Comedy Festival. Her dark, somewhat self-deprecating humor is told through a voice so husky, it could pull a sled on the Iditarod.

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    Cian Baker- Broken Arrow, OK

    Since 2012, Cian Baker has used the stage to work out deep rooted emotional issues through self deprecation, absurdism, and naïveté.  Too real? He’s been said to “put the ‘aww’ in awkward.”

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    Yasamin Bayatfar - Tulsa, OK

    I’m a 22 year old woman. I’ve been doing comedy off and on for 3 years, seriously doing it for about a year. I really liked the festival when I attended for the first time last year and would really like the opportunity to be a part of it.

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    Shawna Blake - Muldrow, OK

    Shawna Blake is a comedian from rural OK. Her poor life choices translate into relatable material she’s performed across the Midwest. She has opened for some impressive comedians including Dan Soder, Nikki Glaser and Tim Northern. She’s also participated in The World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas.

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    Glenn Bolton - Kansas City, KS

    Glenn Bolton is a Kansas City, KS native. He got his comedy start at 21 while living in El Paso, but now once again calls home to Kansas City.

    He’s performed at the World Series of Comedy in Vegas, The Oddball Festival, and hosts the Crazy World of Glenn Bolton Podcast.

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    Cameron Buchholtz - Oklahoma City, OK

    Cameron Buchholtz has been heard on the ‘Doug Loves Movies’ podcast, seen in the comedy documentary “The Greatest Movie Ever Rolled,” and has performed on such festivals as the Moontower Comedy Festival and the infamous Gathering of the Juggalos. He’s also a DJ on Rock 100.5 the KATT in OKC.

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    James Curtis - Oklahoma City, OK

    James Curtis began performing stand-up comedy in Oklahoma City in 2011. James specializes in a surreal form of satire mixed with insult comedy, illuminating some of the darker recesses of the human mind with incisive one-liners and vicious barbs at all the terrible things life tosses at us.

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    Vanessa Dawn - Tulsa, OK

    Vanessa Dawn is a laid back comedian from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her off the wall, goofy observations will make you laugh, and give you something to think about for days to come.

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    Andrew Deacon - Tulsa, OK

    Andrew is a web developer and internet marketer by trade, but is very active in Tulsa’s comedy scene. Most nights, you can catch Andrew performing at a comedy club, bar or music venue somewhere. He was first runner-up in Tulsa’s Funniest Comic Competition in 2014 and participated at the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas last year. He’s opened for Dan Soder, Joe DeRosa, Kyle Kinane and Michael Ian Black.

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    James Draper - Denver, CO

    James Draper is a stand up comic based in Denver, CO. He runs a monthly one liner show and has had the pleasure of opening for Tig Notaro, Maria Bamford, and The Grawlix. He has been seen on the High Plains Comedy Festival in Denver, CO and was named the funniest person in Oklahoma City in 2012.

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    Jasmine Ellis - Grand Prairie, TX

    Jasmine Ellis is a Dallas Ft. Worth based comedian. With her high energy and love of everything relatable and personal she has entertained crowds throughout Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Jasmine has performed at the East Texas Comedy.

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    Dan Fritschie - Tulsa, OK

    Every time Dan Fritschie thinks he’s seen it all, life take that as a dare… And in turn, Dan Fritschie brings it to the stage. He tours clubs nationally, has recently opened for Nick Thune, and tours with the World Series of Comedy. His new DVD “Reproduction” is set for release later this year.

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    Ella Gale - Austin, TX

    Ella has been described by the Austin Chronicle as “exceedingly clever”, and her jokes run the gamut from honest to absurd. She’s the co-host of Naughty Bits, a show where she gives comedians sex advice based on their jokes, and she has performed at the Bridgetown and Moontower festivals.

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    Uncle Gary - Tulsa, OK

    Uncle Gary likes to tell jokes and stories about his life. Personal thoughts on his experiences woven together into a cautionary tale and delivered with an endearing quality uniquely his own. Also dick jokes!

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    Ryan Green - Sapulpa, OK

    Ryan Green is a Tulsa based comic and writer. He has opened for nationally touring comics such as Brian Posehn and Dan Soder. He performed in 12 cities on his own tour in 2015. Ryan is the host of two shows at the Comedy Parlor, and is also their new in-house stand up teacher.

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    Saffron Herndon - Mesquite, TX

    Saffron Herndon is a stand up comedian who is not scared to share her feeling on anything from politics and religion to her distaste for her public school and parents’ flaws. She started at age 8 and by 11 years old she already has a budding career. She’s performed at Gilda’s Laughfest in Grand Rapids, Dallas Comedy Festival and Austin’s Out of Bounds Comedy Festival. She recently performed live on the Today Show in NYC.

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    Spencer Hicks - Oklahoma City, OK

    Spencer has opened for Dave Chappelle, Kyle Kinane, Marc Maron, Paul F. Tompkins and many more. Originally from Shawnee, Oklahoma, Spencer began stand-up in 2004. He features for the Loony Bin Comedy Club, and released his first album in December.

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    Evan Hughes - Tulsa, OK

    Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Evan Hughes is one of the most well-known comedians in the local scene. Evan has opened up for Creed Bratton, David Liebe Hart, Tim Northern and many other nationally touring comedians. He is also single.

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    Crayons Improv - Tulsa, OK

    Crayons Improv has been performing clean short-form improv in and around Tulsa since 2007. We specialize in creating unique improv games and creating unique re-occurring characters. Crayons has had the pleasure of performing for several festivals in the US and would love to do Blue Whale again.

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    Katherine Jessup - Washington, DC

    A former cubicle jockey and high school coach, Katherine now co-hosts a podcast and performs around the country. Her comedy has been called sublime, profoundly relatable, and also available for birthday parties. She can be found most nights trying to make strangers laugh.

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    Steven King - Chicago, IL

    Steven King is from Tulsa. He won “Funniest Man in Tulsa” in 2012. He’s been on the Chicago Tribune, and he won “Best Stand Up Comedian” At MCL Chicago. He performs all over Chicago. This year he will be performing in several festivals like The Comedy Expo and Onion/A.V Club Comedy Festival.

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    Thomas King - Tulsa, OK

    Thomas King hosts “Tulsa Tonight” at the Comedy Parlor. He performed in the 2015 Blue Whale Comedy Festival and 2012 Laugh Your Asheville Off Festival. Thomas was the Comedy Director of Pink Box Burlesque in Tuscaloosa, AL for 4 years, and performs comedy across Oklahoma and Arkansas.

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    CJ Lance - Oklahoma City, OK

    From Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, CJ Lance puts a hilarious spin on everything from embarrassing personal stories, to advertisements that just don’t make sense. His comedy style is clean, but with an edgy element that keeps audiences laughing; so come out, and enjoy the show!

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    Josh Lathe - Oklahoma City, OK

    Josh Lathe is a comedian. He is very anxious. He is working on that, and comedy.

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    Jay Light - Los Angeles, CA

    Jay Light is a stand-up comic and writer currently living in Los Angeles. He has performed at SXSW, the North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, and is a regular at the Comedy Store and on LA’s infamous Roast Battle. He has opened for the likes of Theo Von, Dana Carvey, and Dave Chappelle.

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    Jake McKenzie - Chicago, IL

    Jake McKenzie is a Chicago-based stand-up comedian and writer who hails from the red dirt of Oklahoma. His comedy ranges from story-telling and observations, to zany one-liners and off-the-wall examinations of pop-culture and current events.

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    Zach Milvo - South Bend, IN

    Zach Milvo is a law student at the University of Notre Dame who has opened for personalities such as MTV’s Kevin Barnett and The Office’s Creed Bratton. Zach brings a laid back but sincere perspective to the stage and is sure to resonate with audiences of all types.

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    Mike Modlin - Broken Arrow, OK

    Winner of the 2015 Loony Bin Comedy Battle Royal and a finalist of the 2014 “Tulsa’s Funniest Comedian” competition. Has featured for Matthew Spruill, Matt Lewis, Tim Northern, Dan St. Germain. Hosts Modlin’s Mayhem at the Hunt Club. Part of “Sharp Dressed Men”.

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    Jesse Mundy - Austin, TX

    Pseudo-intellectual manchild-about-town by night…usually asleep by day: His comedy has most often been described as “literary”, whatever that means. He hails from Austin, TX where he can be found on stage denigrating the finer words of his vocabulary, by forging them into “fart jokes” with airs.

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    Rob Neville - Oklahoma City, OK

    On stage, Rob tackles the uncomfortable moments of everyday life. An enthusiastic stand-up comedian, Rob performs his unique brand of humor at comedy clubs and one-night venues all over the U.S.A.

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    CR Parsons - Jenks, OK

    CR has been referred to as “Everyone’s Alter Ego.” A working Comedian and Attorney, CR also is a Musician, Biker, Potter, and man of many interests. CR works clubs regionally and tours with The Distinguished Gentlemen nationally. CR has appeared in both previous Blue Whale Comedy Festivals.

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    Alex Sanchez - Oklahoma City, OK

    Hi, I’m Alex Sanchez. I am around 5’10” and 250 lbs, not very fast or physically strong. My interests include pro wrestling and monsters. I have never been beaten up, despite my personality.

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    Nicole Schreiber - Los Angeles, CA

    Nicole is a comedian who isn’t letting her lady parts hold her back. She’s a feminist that enjoys a good ol’ fashion catcall and a well lit dick pic. Nicole was just featured on the Oxygen Network show, Funny Girls.
    “Nicole tells a really good dick joke.” – Dave Attell

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    Stan Silliman - Norman, OK

    Funniest Person in OKC, Stan Silliman is an old, gimpy, arthritic, one-handed Jew who walks like a zombie AND even with all that going for him he probably still won’t win your contest. But he has been busy writing 8 books, 850 humor columns examining the fuzzy, linty underbelly of sports.

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    Rick Shaw - Tulsa, OK

    Rick Shaw speaks in third person to describe his high energy brand of humor & old school showmanship. He has created several live comedy shows such as “The Rick Shaw Comedy Showcase,” “The Something Witty Super Awesome Show,” & his current project “Rick Shaw’s Real Good Jam.” He’s not too shabby!

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    Justin Smith - New York, NY

    Justin is a NYC based comedian from OKC. His resume ranges from making fun of proms on MTV to talking about the intricate details of comedy on PBS, to performing at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. Justin resides in a Hispanic neighborhood, rides crowded trains, and performs nightly all over the city.

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    Abby Stassen - Chicago, IL

    Abby Stassen is a fun neurotic known for her intelligent writing and deadpan delivery. She performs nationwide and has appeared in the Orlando Indie Comedy Fest, Chicago Women’s Funny Fest, Crom Comedy Festival, and Green Gravel. She featured for Dana Gould at the 2016 Bird City Comedy Festival.

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    Katie Stone - Austin, TX

    Smart, animated, & aware of her own privilege, Katie Stone’s personal tragedy is your comedy. Katie co-hosts a monthly comedy/dating advice show called Naughty Bits, described by the Austin American Statesman as “wildly popular.” She’s performed at Hell Yes Fest & Austin Sketch Fest.

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    Raj Suresh - Rogers, AR

    Raj Suresh is a stand-up comedian who tells jokes about cats, Adele, being Indian, redheads and more while delivering his outsider perspective of America. He has opened for Julian McCullough, Creed Bratton (The Office), Joe DeRosa, Maronzio Vance, and Lemme & Heffernan (Super Troopers, Beerfest).

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    Amberla Tepe - Enid, OK

    Amberla is just a really nice person. After becoming the Stillwater High School Band Homecoming Queen in 2001, life took off! She went to college, got married, moved to Los Angeles, got divorced! She has performed all over Los Angeles, including The Comedy Store in Hollywood.

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    Jeff Thomas - Tulsa, OK

    Jeff Thomas has been performing comedy in Oklahoma and the Midwest region for 5 years. He has brought his intelligent comedy to The Blue Whale Comedy Festival and has been a finalist in the Tulsa’s Funniest Person competition 2 years back to back.

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    Gary Thompson - Tulsa, OK

    Gary Thompson is a 20-plus year radio veteran & stand up comic. Gary got his start in comedy while living in Las Vegas. “Clean is his thing.” Gary’s family friendly style is safe for all ages. Gary has been heard on the radio nation-wide & seen in comedy venues & churches in a variety of places.

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    Katie Van Patten - Tulsa, OK

    Katie Van Patten is a former student of Peter Bedgood. Her first official comedy show was in March 2016, and she has had several shows around Tulsa since then. She was recently made a showcase comic by Bazar Entertainment, and plans to continue striving to make people laugh until she is dead.

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    Charlie Vergos - Chicago, IL

    Charlie Vergos is a piano playing river boat tour guide and possibly a minor character in a Mark Twain novel. His ADD brain and southern drawl give him the presence of someone who accidentally wandered on stage while looking for fruit snacks, which, at times, has actually been the case.

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    Andrew Wagner - Norman, OK

    Andrew Wagner stumbled into a stand-up comedy in 2013. Since then he’s focused on honing his silly and bizarre jokes on stages in Norman, Oklahoma City, and beyond.

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    Jason Webb - Asheville, NC

    Jason Webb is a southern preacher’s son with a dark twist. For the last 5 years, he has been entertaining audiences all over the southeast with his unique brand of adorably hateful insights. Jason consistently brings the audience to a comfortable place to discuss uncomfortable subjects.

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    Drew Welcher - Tulsa, OK

    Drew Welcher has been performing comedy in and around Tulsa, Oklahoma for the past 4 years. She has performed in the Blue Whale Comedy Festival and the World Series of Comedy. Her humor has been described as self-depricating, sarcastic, and acerbic.

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    Aaron Wilder - Oklahoma City, OK

    Aaron Wilder is the Queen of Oklahoma City comedy. His comedy is unabashedly gayer than yours. Aaron has been a finalist in the Othello’s Comedy Classic and the champion of The Big Dumb Improv Show in Oklahoma City.

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    Kevin Yee - Los Angeles, CA

    Kevin Yee is a recovering Broadway chorus boy (MARY POPPINS, WICKED tour, and MAMMA MIA Canada), and a former member of Quincy Jones’s boy band YOUTH ASYLUM. Festivals include NC Comedy Arts Festival (Headliner), Scruffy, Dallas, and Memphis. Kevin recently hosted prides in Boston and Washington.

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    Michael Zampino - Tulsa, OK

    Michael Zampino is a comedian and musician from Tulsa, OK who began doing standup in Jan 2010. In 2013 Michael was named Tulsa’s Funniest Comic, and at last year’s Blue Whale Comedy Festival he opened for Nick Thune and Chris Cubas. In addition to standup, Mike can also be seen, and heard, playing lead guitar for Tulsa based rock band “Greater Than Planes”.