The man Jerry Seinfeld calls “my favorite comedian” Sebastian Maniscalco was one of Pollstar’s top 30 highest-grossing performers in the world, and was nominated for that publication’s Comedy Tour of the Year award. He sold out five shows at Radio City Music Hall, and the latest in Maniscalco’s five television comedy specials (for Netflix, Showtime, and Comedy Central) scaled new ratings heights, prompting NBC Nightly News to describe him as “comedy’s new superstar.”
Jerry Seinfeld needs no introduction. Seinfeld, the show about nothing, clearly is about something....success. It's one of the highest rated sitcom's of all time. His most recent TV endeavor, Comedians in Cars Having Coffee has featured some of the best known comedians performing today. Seinfeld continues touring to sold out audiences at concerts, corporate events and fundraisers.
Ryan recently released his first stand-up special. The one-hour Netflix original Happy Face, follows a wealth of television appearances and a non-stop headlining tour. Armed with the unique perspective of growing up in rural Idaho to become a favorite in the New York stand-up comedy scene, he’s one-of-a-kind. He’s been named one of Rolling Stone’s Five Comics to Watch, and recent appearances include The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Conan, and opening spots for Jerry Seinfeld as well as Gad Elmelah at Carnegie Hall. Ryan is endearing stand-up lovers, and his future is bright.
National headliner, talk show host, producer and writer, Jay Leno has done it all. Personally chosen my Johnny Carson to take over The Tonight Show, Jay filled some very big shoes with great success and humility. One of the hardest working stand ups, Jay still does over 200 concert dates each year. Jay is corporate clean and a pleasure to work with.
Jeff Foxworthy is one of the most respected and successful comedians in the country. He is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy Award nominee and best selling author of 26 books. Widely known for his redneck jokes, his act goes well beyond that to explore the humor in everyday family interactions and human nature, a style that has been compared to Mark Twain’s.
Formerly part of the hugely successful Blue Collar Comedy Tour, Bill Engvall delivers a good laugh, whether live on stage, on the big screen, or on paper. Having toured professionally since 1980, Bill is one of the cleanest comedians working today.
Emmy-winning TV writer and a comedic actor, John Mulaney is perhaps best known as a standup comedian. Usually performing clean-cut and wearing a suit, his confident, deadpan delivery is at odds with his observational humor, which pokes fun at everyday absurdities as well as his own interests and often misplaced anxieties.
A dry and clever American standup comedian who's hateful toward Hot Pockets and proud to be pale, Jim Gaffigan is a regular on the late-night talk show circuit and an in-demand actor and successful author as well. His observational humor pokes fun at food, laziness, and fatherhood, among other things, and he is regarded as a "clean comic" who avoids using profanity. In Amazon Prime’s very first original comedy special Jim Gaffigan covers topics ranging from the appendix to horses. Gaffigan is presently touring with all new different material.
Iliza is one of today’s leading comedians with a fan base who show their loyalty by creating their own Iliza inspired swag to wear to her shows. In 2018, she premiered Elder Millennial, her fourth Netflix stand up special for the streaming service. The campaign featured her styled in classic looks from the late 90s/early 00s. Her past specials War Paint, Freezing Hot and Confirmed Kills have made her one of the top comedians working today.
Emmy –award winning comedian Dana Carvey has maintained an illustrious career. In 1986 he joined the cast of “Saturday Night Live ". Carvey left SNL after seven very successful seasons establishing his best known characters; The Church Lady Hans from body building duo Hans and Franz Grumpy Old Man and Garth the most Excellent Co-Host to Mike Myers in the immensely popular “Wayne’s World”. In addition to these characters Dana has received widespread praise for his uncanny comedic impersonations of such political figures as George and George W. Bush Bill Clinton H Ross Perot Ronald Reagan and Barak Obama as well as Johnny Carson Andy Rooney Regis Philbin Casey Kasem as seen on his recent SNL Hosting appearance his HBO special and on Jay Leno and David Letterman. In addition to headlining theaters and casino showrooms Dana is one of the most requested Corporate and Private event comedians.
Howie Mandel has remained a constant force in show business for more than 30 years. Mandel serves as executive producer and host of the game show “Deal or No Deal,”. For nine seasons he has served as a judge on NBC’s hit summer talent competition series, “America’s Got Talent,” which recently wrapped its milestone 13th season. He will also be seen as a judge on the global winter edition of the series, “America’s Got Talent: The Champions,” which will premiere on Jan. 7. His additional work as a host, actor, and/or executive producer include “Take It All” and “Howie Do It” for NBC, “Deal With It” for TBS and “Mobbed” for Fox. Howie continues to tour and is a great option for your corporate event, private party or fundraiser.
Sinbad never tells jokes- “I don’t know any,” he admits- but rather stalks the stage, telling real-life stories. He doesn’t deliver payoff lines; he slam-dunks them. His comedy is large, physical, and impetuous. Psychologically, he jams us, poking holes in our lifestyles. His stories mirror our foibles. His explosive energy of the neighborhood; his phrasing is manic, musical and right on time. He doesn’t write his material; he relives it as he remembers it.
America’s favorite ventriloquist has just released his next Netflix Originals Stand-up Special, “Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself”, taped June 21st and 22nd at the American Airlines Center in his hometown of Dallas, TX. In addition to his usual cast of accomplices, Dunham introduces a brand new, never seen-on-TV character who gives his unique take on what it’s like to work at the White House under Trump. Following the success of 2017’s “Jeff Dunham: Relative Disaster,” the new show is Dunham’s second special for Netflix Originals, and the ninth in his impressive string of record-breaking stand up television events.
Comedian, actor and best selling author, Jay Mohr has been performing stand-up comedy since he was sixteen years old. With a career that has spanned over three decades, Jay has become an artist that is very difficult to define. Never wanting to rest on his accomplishments, Jay has always pushed himself to be more than just a comic.
When Pablo Francisco hits the stage, he immediately brings his audiences to their feet with boisterous laughter and applause. He weaves together his arsenal of characters, spontaneous outbursts, and clever insights to create a stand-up show that more resembles an hour-long comedic jazz riff. He is an off-the-wall, animated character that points out the absurdity in an illogical, pop-culture obsessed world.
Colin Jost was born and raised in Staten Island, NY. He began performing comedy in 7th grade when he re-enacted the Late Show with David Letterman and sketches from SNL. He attended Regis High School where he did Speech and Debate and was editor-in-chief of "The Owl," then became president of the Harvard Lampoon and acted in non-funny plays like Chekhov's "Three Sisters." Now the co-head-writer at SNL, Colin performs stand up regularly in New York City and headlines all over the country and the world (if "the world" is Canada).
Tom is a veteran stand up comedian who has earned the respect of both his peers and the public alike. He has recorded several specials the most recent of which, ‘Freaked Out’, is available on Netflix. As a frequent guest on television, Papa has made numerous appearances on the "Tonight Show", "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" and "Late Show with David Letterman." He also has a recurring role in the new Steven Soderbergh project, “The Knick” on Cinemax. Tom is the host of the hit Sirius/XM show ‘Come to Papa’ that airs on channel 99. Some of Tom’s guests have included Mel Brooks, Ray Romano, Carl Reiner and Jerry Seinfeld. The live version of the ‘Come to Papa’ podcast that combines stand-up with a classic radio show format was voted Best Podcast of the Year by Time Out New York.
If laughter is the best medicine, prepare to be heavily medicated. Tom is the first comedian to ever reach the finals of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”. His runner up finish on the show has catapulted him to the comedic stratosphere. Before his historic run on the world’s largest talent competition, Tom won the Seattle International Comedy Competition, the grand prize at The Boston Comedy Festival and was voted "Best Stand-Up" at The Las Vegas Comedy Festival. He has become a familiar face on television shows like The Tonight Show, “Last Comic Standing”, The Today Show and his own series, TWO-FUNNY, on The Women’s Entertainment Network. Other TV credits include CBS’ The Late Late Show, Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend”, Comics Unleashed among many others. Tom also filmed his very own Comedy Central special, “Comedy Central Presents… Tom Cotter”, and was featured in the Miramax film, “Next Stop Wonderland”. In January 2019. Tom is a favorite on the corporate circuit.
Wanda Sykes has been called "one of the funniest stand up comics" by her peers and ranks among Entertainment Weekly's 25 Funniest People in America. Her smart-witted stand up has sent her career in many different areas. Sykes was recently seen on several television shows over the past two years. Last year she made a return to HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm” starring opposite Larry David. In 2010 she starred in her own late night talk show on FOX, “The Wanda Sykes Show”. In October of 2009 her second HBO stand up special “I’ma Be Me” premiered. It was taped at the Warner theatre in Washington D.C. where she tackled topics like the first black president, gay cruises, being a new mom and aging. The special was nominated for two 2010 Primetime Emmy awards: Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special and Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Special.
Critics, fans and fellow comedians agree: Brian Regan is one of the most respected comedians in the country with Vanity Fair calling Brian, “The funniest stand-up alive,” and Entertainment Weekly calling him, “Your favorite comedian’s favorite comedian.” Having built his 30-plus year career on the strength of his material alone, Brian’s non-stop theater tour continuously fills the most beautiful venues across North America, visiting close to 100 cities each year. Brian premiered his seventh hour of comedy, the Netflix special, Brian Regan: Nunchucks And Flamethrowers, on November 21, 2017. This is the first special in a two-special deal with Netflix, joining Brian with Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld and others in multi-special deals with the leader in worldwide streaming. Brian’s second Netflix special is planned for release in 2019.
Seth Meyers is an Emmy Award-winning writer and current host of “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” Meyers hosted the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2014 and was Emmy nominated in 2017 and 2018 for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series. In 2018 he hosted the 75th Golden Globe Awards, which was Emmy nominated for Outstanding Variety Special. In addition, Meyers was named one of the 2014 TIME 100, Time magazine’s 100 most influential people. Seth is a great choice to host your corporate meeting or fundraiser.
Scott is a veteran comedian and television personality who has built a reputation as the "go-to" choice for business humor, having hosted hundreds of events for companies such as FedEx, Ford, IBM, MetLife, Pfizer and Verizon. Scott makes it his business to immerse himself in the specifics of your business and your event. That's how he's able to talk like an insider about your organization's products and people, buzzwords and acronyms. In addition to his work as a highly respected emcee and comedic keynote speaker, he has had a successful career in television. Scott has been featured on Comedy Central numerous times, and was the host of his own weekly VH1 series.
For 30 years, comedian Kathleen Madigan has been touring 250 nights on the road and squeezing in hour-long filmed specials and performances on every late night show ever made. From over 40 appearances on the late night shows to recently riding around with Jerry Seinfeld in his NETFLIX series, "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," Madigan is still having a blast and selling out theaters across the country. Her most recent special "Bothering Jesus" is her fifth hour long standup special and will be her third special to be available on NETFLIX.
Transforming his own personal issues and tragedies into wince-worthy, hilarious confessions on stage, comedian and actor Pete Davidson has found a sympathetic fanbase. Davidson got his start playing a variety of roles on MTV shows like Failosophy, Guy Code and Wild 'N Out. After standup appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Comedy Central, Davidson had a guest role on Brooklyn Nine-Nine before becoming one of the youngest Saturday Night Live cast members at age 20 in 2014. He has also made headlines for his love life, particularly for his brief engagement to pop singer Ariana Grande in 2018.
Born in Havana, Cuba and raised in North Bergen, NJ, Joey ‘Coco’ Diaz has quickly become one of the most sought after actors and comedians in the entertainment industry today. His love of storytelling is reflected in each role he takes: whether it is on film or on stage, his passion for entertaining and delighting audiences shines through every performance. This winter, Diaz can next be seen starring as ‘Mikey’ opposite Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro, Kevin Hart, and Kim Basinger in the highly anticipated feature film Grudge Match (Warner Bros.).
The man who added the catch phrases "Git-R-Done" and "Lord, I Apologize" to the American lexicon and drew fans by the pickup truckload to his shows proved to be one of the most successful comics of the early 2000s. Dan Whitney, known better as Larry the Cable Guy, claims he was born in the back of an El Camino during a Foghat concert. His drawl may sound Southern, but Larry was raised on a pig farm in Pawnee City, Nebraska. His upbringing was conservative, traditional, and churchgoing. That didn't mean that strip bars were out of the question when Larry turned 18 (maybe even a little earlier). Fascinated by this redneck life -- "redneck" being a term he is not only fine with, but endorses -- and always looking to comment on it, Larry used his humorous observations to captivate his friends, who dared him to try his hand at standup. He did in 1986 and the fans' reaction to his slow, approachable style had him hooked. Two years later, he relinquished his title as funniest bellhop at the Ramada Inn and set out for a career in comedy.