• Marty Allen Marty Allen Marty Allen (born Morton Alpern March 23, 1922 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American stand-up comedian and actor. He has worked as a comedy headliner in night clubs and as a dramatic actor in TV roles. During the 1950s, Allen worked as an opening act for stars such as Sarah Vaughan, Eydie Gorme, and Nat King Cole. It was during this time that he became part of the comedy team of Allen & Rossi with Steve Rossi. That association produced a string of hit comedy albums, 40 appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show. Throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s, Allen made hundreds of television appearances, becoming a regular on "Hollywood Squares." Currently, he is performing at the Palace Station Casino in Las Vegas with his wife Karon Kate Blackwell, as well as performing on cruise ships.
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  • Louie Anderson Louie Anderson Two-time Emmy award winner Louie Anderson is one of the country’s most recognized and adored comics and was named by Comedy Central as “One of 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comedians of All Time.” Currently he is headlining in his own show, “Louie-Larger Than Life” at the Excalibur Hotel & Casino on the famed Las Vegas Strip. Anderson is also a best selling author and has written three books including the best selling first book "Dear Dad-Letters From An Adult Child" in 1989. Anderson, a humanitarian, is co-founder of the H.E.R.O. organization whose mission is to empower people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness to attain maximum self-sufficiency.
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  • Shelley Berman Shelley Berman Comedian, Author, actor, and playwright, and professor, 21 appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show “Inside Shelley Berman,” first live comedy album to go gold and be awarded a Grammy Award. Currently appearing as Larry David’s father, Nat, in HBO’s "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Recent appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Grey's Anatomy,” “Meet the Fockers,” “Boston Legal,” “Hannah Montana” and “Holiday.”
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  • Lewis Black Lewis Black Lewis’ live performances provide a cathartic release of anger and disillusionment for his audience. Lewis yells so they don’t have to. A passionate performer who is more pissed off optimist than mean-spirited curmudgeon, he's perfected expressing what the rest of us can not say in polite company. Lewis is the rare comic who can cause an audience to laugh themselves into incontinence while making compelling points about the absurdity of our world.
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  • Chris Bliss Chris Bliss A fresh and captivating new voice in the tradition of American satire from Will Rogers to Dennis Miller, Chris Bliss delivers smart comedy for the information age. With seven standup appearances on the "Tonight Show," Jay Leno has called him "one of the brightest comedians around." And yes…he is the internet juggling sensation.
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  • Leroy Chaio Leroy Chaio “Leroy Chiao’s preoccupation with the heavens has led to his becoming a leading member of two of the most elite and exclusive groups on Earth: NASA astronauts and, now, one of the pioneers in the frontier of commercial space flight. If he has his way, flying to the moon will be as common for our kids as hopping a flight to Grandma’s.” –USA Weekend Magazine
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  • Cinematic Titanic Cinematic Titanic From the people who brought you "Mystery Science Theater 3000" comes a whole new movie-riffing experience: CINEMATIC TITANIC. Created by Joel Hodgson, creator and star of MST3K (as it’s known to it’s devoted fans), and featuring the writing and performing talents of the show’s original cast – Joel Hodgson (Joel Robinson), Trace Beaulieu (Crow, Dr. Forrester) and J. Elvis Weinstein (Tom Servo, Dr. Ehrhardt) along with longtime writers and co-stars from the show’s 10 year run, Frank Conniff (TV’s Frank) and Mary Jo Pehl (Pearl Forrest).
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  • Will Durst Will Durst Will Durst, sworn enemy to all tyrants, foreign and domestic, left and right, is more than a stand- up comic: he’s an author, syndicated columnist, radio and TV commentator, stage and screen actor, radio talk show host, and former margarine smuggler. Nominated for 5 Emmys with 7 nominations for the American Comedy Awards Stand up of the Year, he has yet to win anything. Durst has performed in 14 different countries, garnering 500+ television appearances including regular stints on PBS, CNN & Fox News, He has performed in front of 3 elected Presidents, a Mayors Convention, a Governors Conference and once made Bill Clinton laugh so hard he spit water through his nose, which remains the highlight of his career. Come see the man who the New York Times calls “possibly the best political comic working in the country today.”
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  • Terry Fator Terry Fator Las Vegas Strip headliner Terry Fator captures the hearts and funny bones of America with Terry Fator: The Voice of Entertainment live at The Mirage. With singing, comedy and unparalleled celebrity impressions, the “America’s Got Talent” winner brings to life characters including Winston, the impersonating turtle, Emma Taylor, the little girl with the big voice and lounge singer Monty Carlo. With comedic banter and amazing vocal impressions of musical superstars such as Garth Brooks, Dean Martin, Aretha Franklin, Lady Gaga and more, Terry Fator: The Voice of Entertainment is a one-of-a-kind experience.
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  • Chris Fonseca Chris Fonseca Chris Fonseca is a Colorado native who has shared the stage with Jose Feliciano and Jon Secada at a benefit for the Latin American Educational Foundation in Denver, Colorado. He has done stand-up comedy for twenty-one years and his wheelchair is definitely part of the equation, due to a combination of being born with Cerebral Palsy and car accidents. His prominent TV appearances include “The Late Show with David Letterman,” HBO’s “Loco Slam,” PBS’ “Look Who’s Laughing,” and ABC’s “9th Annual American Comedy Awards.” Also, on the small screen Fonseca took a jab at acting in an episode of the mega-hit show, “Baywatch.” He has released two CDs, 1997’s “Not Tonight, I have Cerebral Palsy….” and 2001’s “Get in the Van.” A follow-up is in the works. The discs have gained airplay coast to coast, on radio programs such as “The Howard Stern Show” and Los Angeles’ KLOS’ “Five O’Clock Funnies.” Clips from both albums are frequently played on XM Satellite Radio.
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  • Billy Gardell Billy Gardell Billy Gardell stars in the CBS Hit television series, "Mike and Molly." "Mike and Molly" garners approximately 13 million viewers every week. Gardell took the long road to Hollywood, stopping at every small town lounge, military base and comedy club along the way. His comedy act took him to Los Angeles where his dedication to acting, along with touring as a stand-up comedian, allowed him to grow consistently in both arenas. His stand-up show is a powerhouse. His grounded, down-to-earth point of view strikes a strong chord with American audiences. Stories about his rough childhood, wild adolescence and new family life are executed with the skill of a master craftsman.
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  • Judy Gold Judy Gold Emmy Award winning actress and comedian, Judy Gold is best known as the star of her two critically acclaimed long-running Off Broadway hit shows. Judy’s most recent show, "The Judy Show – My Life As A Sitcom" ran from June 2011 – January 2012 at The D-R-2 theater in New York and will be part of 2013 season at The Geffen Theatre in L.A. The NY Times made it a critic’s pick and called it, “Highly entertaining! Brash, Buoyant & Infectiously nostalgic.” The Huffington Post said the show is, “Comedic Gold. A funny & fantastic ride! It’s the ultimate laughter-through-the tears tale.”
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  • Gilbert Gottfried Gilbert Gottfried At the young age of 15, Gilbert Gottfried began doing stand-up at open mike nights in New York City and, after a few short years, became known around town as "the comedian's comedian." After spending several years mastering the art of stand-up comedy, producers of the legendary NBC late night comedy show "Saturday Night Live" became aware of Gottfried and, in 1980, hired him as a cast member. It wasn't until a few years later when his true notoriety would begin when MTV hired him for a series of improvised and hilarious promos for the newly formed channel. This led to several television appearances on "The Cosby Show" and "Late Night with David Letterman."
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  • Jonathan Katz Jonathan Katz Author, producer, actor, comedian and musician Jonathan Katz is one of the entertainment industry's most original and versatile creative personalities. Katz co-created and starred in the hit animated series "Dr Katz: Professional Therapist," which, during the six seasons it aired on Comedy Central. was credited with branding that network as the home for sophisticated. smartly stupid humor. He received Comedy Central's first ever Emmy Award, and the prestigious Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting. As an actor, Katz won praise for roles in the films "Daddy Day Care" with Eddie Murphy (excruciatingly funny), the David Mamet films "State and Main," "Things Change," and "The Spanish Prisoner," and opposite Janeane Garofalo in the 2002 release "The Independent." He also co-wrote the story for Mamet's critically acclaimed "House of Games."
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  • Tom Kenny Tom Kenny In addition to voicing the lead role of “SpongeBob” in the Nickelodeon’s hit animated series "SpongeBob SquarePants," Tom Kenny is also familiar to Nick viewers as the voices of “Dog” on "CatDog" and Heffer on "Rocko’s Modern Life." His voice talents can also be heard on "Adventuretime" for Cartoon Network, the new educational series for PBS, “Wordgirl" and he also voices the villain Zilius Zoxx on Warner Brothers' upcoming "Green Lantern" animated series, produced by the illustrious Bruce Timm. Tom is also a cast member on "Ultimate Spiderman" for Disney XD, "Hugglemonsters" for Disney Jr., and "Brickelberry", the new animated series for Comedy Central.
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  • Cathy Ladman Cathy Ladman The best way to get inside Cathy Ladman's head is to see her live. As one of the country's top comedians, Ladman's show is a self-probing, anxiety-venting vehicle, which draws laughter from exposing personal neurosis. She has not only appeared on "The Tonight Show" nine times, but was also the only female comic to appear on the last two Johnny Carson "Tonight Show Anniversary" shows. Cathy has had her own HBO "One Night Stand" comedy special and, in 1992, was awarded the American Comedy Award for Best Female Stand Up Comic. Most recently, Cathy was one of the three finalists in Nick at Nite’s “Funniest Mom in America.”
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  • The Passing Zone The Passing Zone Owen Morse and Jon Wee met in 1986 at a juggling convention and instantly knew they were destined to be a team. Two weeks after their first show in 1988 they won the Silver Medal at the International Juggler’s Association Teams Competition. In 1989 they won the Gold. Most recently, they were finalists on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” where they lost one million dollars to an 11-year old. Television appearances have included “Comic Strip Live,” “An Evening at The Improv,” “MADtv,” Penn & Teller’s “Sin City Spectacular,” “Steve Harvey’s Big Time,” and NBCs "Today Show." During their 18 years together, The Passing Zone have been awarded five Guinness World Records and 18 Gold Medals from the International Juggler’s Association.
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  • Penn & Teller Penn & Teller They defy labels, and at times, good taste. They’ve performed together for over 30 years; skewering the genre of magic, their sold-out audiences, and themselves -- very often all at the same time, within one mind-boggling evening. And along the way, Penn & Teller have made the hardest trick of all – a remarkable career that ranges from stage to television, three best-selling books, TV series and Specials, and films. Appearances on “Late Night with David Letterman” soon “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Miami Vice,” “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “Hollywood Squares,” “The Today Show,” “Saturday Night Live,” “The Drew Carey Show,” “Friends,” “Dharma & Greg,” “Home Improvement,” and “The Simpsons.”
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  • Piff the Magic Dragon Piff the Magic Dragon The stand out star of season 10 of NBC’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ was without question Piff the Magic Dragon. When it comes to Piff, think Larry David in a dragon suit (with a trademark Chihuahua named Mr. Piffles) who performs jaw-dropping magic tricks and you’re on the right track. With over 12 million YouTube hits to his name, Piff has performed to hundreds of thousands of fans in iconic venues such as Radio City Music Hall, Shakespeare’s Globe, the O2, London and Sydney Opera house.
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  • Joe Piscopo Joe Piscopo Television, film, theater, nightclubs -- they're all fields in which Joe Piscopo has won the acclaim and affection of millions. For almost 20 years, Joe has proven to be one of show business' brightest lights. After stints as a disc jockey and dinner-theater performer, Joe turned to comedy. In 1980, he was chosen to join a newly formed ensemble charged with one of the most difficult tasks in TV history-replacing the original cast of "Saturday Night Live."
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  • Shadoe Stevens Shadoe Stevens Shadoe Stevens is one of the most recognized voices in the world, but that’s just the beginning. For decades, Shadoe has been an innovator and star of radio, television, film, visual arts and the internet. Whether you know him from "American Top 40," "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," "Dave’s World," "Hollywood Squares," his children’s books, "Cabo Wabo Radio," "Top of the World," commercials, or artwork, Shadoe has defined his career through innovation and thinking out of the box, while creating compelling entertainment programs.
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  • Jimmy Tingle Jimmy Tingle "Drawing on 25 years of comedic insight, outrage and commentary nationally known comedian and commentator for 60 Minutes II. He worked as a contributor and satirist for MSNBC has appeared on ABC-TV's "The American Comedy Awards," "The Tonight Show," CNN’s "Larry King Live," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," Comedy Central as well as his own half hour HBO comedy special, and was the American correspondent for Sir David Frost’s "The Strategic Humor Initiative" for PBS and the BBC. The New York Times wrote of his previous one person show, “Uncommon Sense”, Jimmy Tingle is “more than comic wit, so cheerfully intelligent he makes his audience optimistic in the face of reality. It takes a serious and well intentioned man to make one laugh to such good effect.”
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  • Billy West Billy West Billy West’s stint on the Stern show, from 1989 through 1995, served as a springboard that launched the very animated West into cartoon superstardom. West has voiced such luminaries as Popeye; Nickelodeon’s Doug; Futurama’s Fry, Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth, Zapp Brannigan and Dr. Zoidberg; Ren and Stimpy; and the new Woody Woodpecker. In short, he’s taken the place of the governor of voice-over specialists — the late Mel Blanc.
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  • Fred Willard Fred Willard Fred Willard kicked off his career as part of Chicago's renowned Second City sketch comedy troupe. Willard’s credits on the small screen include his latest role alongside Kelsey Grammer and Patricia Heaton in the FOX comedy “Back to You.” He received an Emmy® Award nomination for his role on “Roseanne” and two Emmy® Award nominations for his recurring role on “Everybody Loves Raymond.” Additionally, Willard counts more than 90 appearances on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” On the big screen, Willard earned an American Comedy Award nomination and a Screen Actors Guild nomination for Funniest Supporting Actor for his role in “Waiting for Guffman.” His film credits also include “This Is Spinal Tap,” “Roxanne,” “The Wedding Planner,” “How High,” “American Pie 3,” “A Mighty Wind” and “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” with Will Ferrell.
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  • Roy Wood Jr. Roy Wood Jr. In 2015, Roy Wood Jr joined The Daily Show with Trevor Noah as a correspondent. In 2006, Roy Wood Jr. appeared in the New Faces Showcase at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and made his network television debut on "The Late Show with David Letterman." Wood more recently starred on TBS's "Sullivan & Son" and regularly appears on "Conan" and ESPN's "SportsNation." Wood's stand-up album, "Things I Think, I Think," was released in 2013. Wood was one of 10 national finalists in Comedy Central's 2002 Laugh Riots competition, has been featured on its "Premium Blend" stand-up series and appeared on "@midnight." He has also performed on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," "The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and HBO's "Def Comedy Jam," and he finished third in the 2010 season of NBC's "Last Comic Standing."
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