California native Andrew Delman’s love of performing started at a young age when he got very seriously into the world of magic. Almost immediately Andrew realized that he loved the jokes more than the magic and made the magic disappear- to date his most impressive trick. After studying and performing at nearly every improv/sketch school in the city — The Groundlings, UCB, Second City, that one in the backyard of that guy’s house—Andrew Delman is quickly finding his place in the stand-up scene. If he looks familiar it’s cause you may have seen him in countless commercials for Toyota, Verizon, draft kings, pizza hut, etc. If he sounds familiar it’s because you probably watch The Most Popular Girls in School and he plays the voices of Saison Margueritte and Shay Van Buren.
Isaac Hirsch is a Los Angeles-based comedian with weird-looking wrists. Originally from Ashton, Maryland, his self-deprecating wit and confident awkwardness has endeared him to audiences across the country. He was recently seen performing on The TD Jakes Show on the Oprah Winfrey Network and was also recently seen losing on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in May 2017. Isaac was featured as an emerging stand-up in the 2017 SF Sketchfest, and has also performed as a part of the Boston and Asheville Comedy Festivals. He won the Washington DC edition of Funny or Die’s Road 2 Oddball stand-up competition in 2014, and was a finalist in the TBS/Rooftop National College Comedy Competition. Outside of comedy, he has no hobbies or interests.
Julia Austin has been doing standup in Los Angeles since 2012. She’s performed in several festivals and has some TV credits but all you really need to know about her is that she loves dogs and Ross Dress for Less.
The live performances of celebrated conjurer, “Stand Up Magician” Derek Hughes, have been lauded by audiences and critics alike, with the New York Times calling him “thoroughly entertaining.” Hughes has performed his magic on MTV, VH1, Comedy Central, and the CW’s Penn & Teller: Fool Us. He’s a consulting producer on TRUtv’s hit magic series, The Carbonaro Effectand was a finalist on season 10 of NBC’s America’s Got Talent.
Kevin Christy was born January 31, 1977 in La Crescenta, California. He got his first public exposure when he did a commercial for Taco Bell. Other commercial projects came in soon after and he was able to land roles on advertisements for Sprint, PCS, MasterCard, Burger King, Dodge and 7-Up.
Among his notable TV guest appearances were on Dharma & Greg, Seven Days, Raising Dad, Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, CSI : Crime Scene Investigation, Malcolm in the Middle , Undeclared and Love, Inc. Christy was also part of several films including the 2000 comedy sci-fi Dude, Where’s my Car?, where he played the role of Zellner, a cult member. He was cast for the drama film A Time for Dancing. In 2003, Christy was Crocodile on the gay fantasy Neverland, a film that took home awards at the Dances With Films and Fort Worth Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival. He starred as Clip in New Port South, and was seen in Love Don’t Cost a Thing and For Your Consideration. In 2004, he played Barfly in the thriller EMR, a film which has won awards at the Raindance Film Festival, San Francisco Fearless Tales Genre Fest, Washington DC Independent Film Fest and Weekend of Fear, Nuremberg, Germany.
He is a regular standup comedian at The Comedy Store located in Hollywood. He also appeared in the music video of the song “Promise” by Southern Californian rock band Eve 6. Christy currently lives in Los Angeles.
Andy Melman is played by Kevin Christy on NBC’s Quarterlife . The show is an adaptation of an online series and social network with the same title. It centers on the lives of six twenty-something artists as they come of age. Andy, a film editor, is sidekick to Jed and Danny
Fahim Anwar is a Los Angeles-based Standup Comedian, Actor and Writer. Formerly an Aerospace engineer at Boeing , Fahim traded the cubicle for the stage and has never looked back. His Afghan parents however plead with him to look back nearly every day. “Is comedy worth throwing your life away for?” Fahim says, yes! He is known for Neighbors (2014 film), Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2016 film) and Coffee (2012).
Fahim Anwar just wrapped shooting season 5 of Guy Code for MTV. He recently performed on Late Night with Seth Meyers and performed at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal (2013). His recent FILM/TV credits include Kirstie, Rizzoli & Isles, and Chuck. In addition, Fahim and his sketch group Goatface Comedy were recently praised in Rolling Stone Magazine.
Greg is a stand-up comedian and television writer/producer. A regular guest on The Howard Stern Show, Chelsea Lately, The Adam Carolla Show, and The Joe Rogan Experience. His 2011 book, Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons received critical praise from NPR and Vanity Fair.
Since 2006, Greg has hosted a radio show on Howard Stern’s Sirius/XM channel and his own twice-weekly podcast, Fitzdog Radio. A regular on Letterman, Conan, and Kimmel, Greg also had two stand-up specials on Comedy Central and spent five years as a panelist on VH1’s Best Week Ever.
As a writer, Greg won 4 Daytime Emmy Awards on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. He also worked on HBO’s Lucky Louie, Politically Incorrect w/ Bill Maher and many others. He has created and executive produced pilots for VH1 and FX and served as head writer on The Chelsea Handler Show, The Man Show, and Tiny Tonight.
Greg is the winner of “The Jury Award for Best Comedian” from The HBO Comedy Arts Festival and a Cable Ace Award for the MTV game show he hosted called Idiot Savants.
Comedian Feraz Ozel performs at clubs and colleges all over the world. With his Afghani-Pakistani descent, Ferazprovides crowds with a diverse and energetic brand of insightful comedy. Feraz won the Funzine Comedy Competition in Budapest, Hungary, and the San Diego’s Funniest Person competition.
He has been seen on national television on “Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen” and “The Doctors” on CBS. Feraz is a part of Ahmed Ahmed’s Next Generation of Evil comedy tour, the sequel to the Axis of Evil which aired on Comedy Central and Showtime. Recently, he was chosen to be a part of NBC’s prestigious Stand up for Diversity showcase in San Francisco.
Feraz is one the fastest rising comedians in Los Angeles, where he can be seen regularly performing at Hollywood’s hottest clubs including the Improv and Comedy Store.
Vancouver-based comedian Dino Archie‘s career is experiencing some serious highs right now.
He has performed on Just for Laughs in Montreal and on The Jimmy Kimmel Show.
Archie possesses the unique talent of being able to connect with every single person in the room while spinning actual events from his life into hilariously relatable anecdotes.
Bell first appeared on televisions across the country as bartender “RJ” when he joined Season 2 of “Whitney” on NBC. He was the host of MTV’s “Jerks with Camera’s and in 2014 was cast in a break out role as bailiff Tedward Mulray playing opposite Kate Walsh in the sitcom “Bad Judge” on NBC. Voted one of Variety’s 2015 Top 10 Comics to Watch, Tone Bell continues to regularly perform stand-up to sold-out audiences across the country. His half hour stand-up special premiered on Comedy Central late last year and he is currently prepping his hour special to shoot end of 2016.