Eddie Pepitone is the ultimate comic/character actor of his generation. Compared to Bert Lahr and Jackie Gleason, Pepitone is truly a force to behold.
He has appeared regularly on The Conan O'Brien show when he was a comedy staple in NYC as well as The Chappelle show, Crossballs on Comedy Central, Jimmy Kimmel, King of Queens, and Last Comic Standing. Also a great dramatic actor, Eddie has appeared on Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Deadline , The Beat, and Now Again.
Which comedian did Judd Apatow tell the L.A. Times he thinks is hysterically funny? What entertainer starred in Target's Black Friday ad campaign two years in a row? Whose cult hit web series is being displayed at the Museum of Art and Design in New York? Which comic's CD was named one of the best comedy albums of the year by Amazon.com and one of the best comedy albums of the decade by The AV Club? Maria Bamford! That's Who!
Maria started her performing arts career in Duluth, Minnesota at the age of 11 where she starred in the Chester Park Elementary production of How the West Was REALLY Won! A short 24 years of self-discovery and secretarial work later and look at her now! Maria is the first female comic to have two half-hour Comedy Central Presents specials. She starred in the Comedy Central series, The Comedians of Comedy and Netflix's Comedians of Comedy: The Movie. She has made multiple late-night appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Kimmel Live, as well as not-so-late appearances on John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show, Premium Blend, Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and The World Comedy Tour: Melbourne 2003. Maria appeared regularly on Adult Swim's Tim and Eric: Awesome Show and guest starred on The Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central.
Maria currently contributes comedic voiceovers for such animations as Cartoon Network's Adventure Time, Disney Channel's Kick Buttowski, Nickelodeon's Kung Fu Panda, PBS's Emmy-winning series Word Girl and the upcoming Tight Bros for Adult Swim. She was also a regular voice on Nickelodeon's CatDog and Back at the Barnyard (in which she reprised the role of "Mrs. Beady" from the Nick feature Barnyard).
Maria's writing has been featured in The Onion, The Melbourne Age, and LA Weekly. (You can read archived versions on her site, www.mariabamford.com.) Her CD, Unwanted Thoughts Syndrome, is available on Comedy Central Records and features a bonus DVD of her web series The Maria Bamford Show.
Rob Delaney is originally from Boston. After an idyllic childhood during which he was never, ever lonely, he attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. He performs stand up regularly at the top comedy venues in Los Angeles, New York, and various comedy clubs across the United States. Rob is currently in development for both a pilot for Comedy Central and a book deal for Random House. His television credits include FUEL TV's The Daily Habit, and the pilot Movie Nook for TBS. On Twitter, Rob has created a following of nearly 230,000 followers that grows every day. He's been listed on "The Funniest People on Twitter" on such sites as the Huffington Post, Vice Magazine, Paste Magazine, Comedy Central, and Funny or Die. Most recently Rob was a contributing writer on the British version of the IT Crowd as well as the show Ridiculousness on MTV. Rob also sings the national anthem for the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Nick Kroll is an L.A. based comedian who can currently be seen on FX's comedy series The League. Nick has appeared in the films Little Fockers, Dinner for Schmucks, Date Night, Get Him to the Greek, I Love You, Man and A Good Old Fashioned Orgy. His writing work includes contributions to Chappelle's Show, The Life and Times of Tim, Human Giant and the best-selling coffee table book, Bar Mitzvah Disco which he co-wrote. Nick lends his voice to the animated series, "The Life and Times of Tim," for HBO, on which he plays Stu, Tim's best friend. Nick's Comedy Central hour-long special, Thank You Very Cool, premiered in January 2011.
Paul Scheer is an American comedian, actor, writer, and producer. He co-created and starred in MTV's sketch comedy series Human Giant and currently co-stars as Andre on the FX comedy The League. He also currently stars as Trent Hauser on the Adult Swim show NTSF:SD:SUV:: which he created. Scheer can be heard weekly on his highly popular Earwolf podcast How Did This Get Made? which dissects bad movies and has made recurring appearances on television programs such as Best Week Ever, 30 Rock, Funny or Die Presents, Parks and Recreation, Party Down, Yo Gabba Gabba and Childrens Hospital.
"I am a comedian who specializes in humor."
Ron Lynch is probably best known for playing all of the doctors on "The Sarah Silverman Program", the teacher "Mr. Lynch" on the cult animation hit "Home Movies", and his work with Tim & Eric. He has been performing comedy for over thirty years, starting in Boston. Ron has been on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" many times, both as a stand-up and sketch performer. Now living in Los Angeles, he has appeared in several sitcoms, does animation voice-over which started with his regular appearances on "Dr. Katz", and now includes "Bob's Burgers", "WordGirl" and "Adventure Time". Ron told me that his favorite thing is hosting "Tomorrow!", his variety show that's every Saturday at midnight, now in its sixth year. He is the drummer of the band, "The Tulsa Skull Swingers". He has performed at the World Famous Magic Castle doing magic and hypnotism. These sentences are without transition.
Jen Kirkman is a stand-up comedian, television writer and actress.
Jen Kirkman is a writer and roundtable regular on The E! Network's "Chelsea Lately."
Jen has also written for the NBC sitcom "Perfect Couples" and Disney's hit cartoon, "Phineas and Ferb."
Jen also was the narrator of HBO's "Drunk History" which received the Jury Prize for "Best Short Film" at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010.
Jen's newest comedy album "Hail to the Freaks" debuted at #13 on the Billboard charts for best-selling comedy album. It's available on iTunes. Jen released her first comedy album titled "Selp Help" in 2006. You can purchase "Self Help" on iTunes or buy a hard copy here: http://www.astrecords.com
Jen has performed stand-up on: Conan, John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show, The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, Late Friday on NBC, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, The BBC UK's "The World Stands Up.
Jen was also a cast member of Vh1's sketch show - "Acceptable TV". She played many characters on the Cartoon Network's "Home Movies" as well as Current TV's political cartoon "Super News!"
She appears regularly in L.A. at The Hollywood Improv, The Laugh Factory, Largo & The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre as well as headlines all over the country.
Jen has her essays published in "Rejected: Tales of the Failed, Dumped & Canceled" as well as "Bad Sex - We Did It So You Don't Have To."
Jen can be heard as herself, nicknamed "Southie" on the monthly podcast available through iTunes, "The Pod F. Tompkast."
In 2009 Entertainment Weekly named Jen "One of the Top 12 Rising Stars in Comedy."
In May of 2010 both MSN and The Huffington Post named Jen one of the top comedians to follow on Twitter.