Karl Hess is a person & stand-up comedian, writer and actor who lives in Los Angeles. He is the only person ever to do all of those things. He also enjoys tacos and leisure.
Karl has performed at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival, SXSW, San Francisco Sketchfest, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta at which he was a finalist, HellYes Fest in Austin & New Orleans, and numerous others whose inclusion might render this biographical blurb unwieldy and verbose, which, let's be honest, nobody here has time for. He has been featured on Tru TV's "World's Dumbest..", FUSE, AXS TV, numerous national commercials, written for MTV, contributes to VICE and he plays regularly at the top shows in LA, as well as all across this great nation.
Baron Vaughn is a series regular on Netflix's Grace & Frankie in the role of "Bud." The first and second seasons are streaming on Netflix, and the third season is currently in production. He was on USA Network's Fairly Legal (2010-2012), and has appeared in the films Black Dynamite, Cloverfield, and The Other Guys (Deleted Scenes).
As a comedian, Baron's performed stand-up on Conan (twice), Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and Comedy Central's The Half Hour. He's performed in the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival (Aspen), The Just for Laughs Comedy Festival (Montreal), The South Beach Comedy Festival (Miami), Moontower Comedy Festival (Austin), SXSW Festival (Austin) San Francisco Sketchfest, Bridgetown Comedy Festival (Portland), Vancouver Comedy Festival, All Points West Music Festival (New Jersey), FYF Music Festival (Los Angeles), Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival (TN), and Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival (Seattle).
Baron has a new comedy recording, Blaxistential Crisis, dropping October 7th by AST Records.
Adam Cayton-Holland (www.adamisfreakingoutrightnow.com) is a national touring comic who has appeared on Conan, @midnight, The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, The Pete Holmes Show, Happy Endings and was named one of Esquire's "25 Comics to Watch.," as well as one of "10 Comics to Watch" by Variety. Along with his cohorts in The Grawlix, he is one of the creators and stars of the new TRU TV sitcom, "Those Who Can't," airing in 2016. His albums, "I Don't Know If I Happy" and "Backyards" are both available on iTunes. He has been described as "genial" and "with pretty decent teeth."
Megan Gailey grew up in Indianapolis, the perfect town to raise a delusional upper-middle class Midwestern socialite. With a love of flirting and vacationing, it was a natural fit to leave the monotonous exercise schedule for a life of stand-up.
Gailey recently made her late-night debut on The Conan O'Brien Show, she was a part of the 2015 Just For Laughs "New Faces", a finalist in NYC's Laughing Devil Fest, a featured performer at the Traverse City Winter Comedy Festival, New York Comedy Festival and Comedy Expo. Megan was recently featured in Chicago Magazine and Marie Claire Magazine for her comedic risk taking and amazing dresses. And she has finally performed alongside enough famous people that her older brothers no longer hate her.
Megan just wrapped Season 1 of Ladylike for MTV and will next be seen on the upcoming season of Adam Devine's House Party on Comedy Central.
Megan works and applies makeup at a fanatical pace. She continues to search for a rich husband, just in case.