Rodney Perry has had the opportunity to learn the business of Comedy from some of the best. His first job in Hollywood was serving as writer/warm-up guy for Kym Whitley’s show “Oh Drama” on BET. Doors continued to open for Rodney as he got opportunities to serve as the opening act for the likes of George Lopez, Cedric the Entertainer and Steve Harvey. It was Oscar Winner Mo’Nique that would introduce Rodney to the world on her late night talk show.
Perry calls Atlanta home when he’s not traveling the country to sold-out audiences or hosting his highly popular online radio show, Rodney Perry Live. His career has opened up many doors for him, from his work as co-host of “Who’s Got Jokes” or BET’s “Mo’Nique Show”, to his starring role as Harold in “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family”. Even though Perry is a sought out Actor/Host, he still remains a comedian at heart. He is currently preparing for his ‘made for TV’ comedy special entitled “No More Mr. Nice Guy” and can also be seen every Tuesday night as the current Host of Bounce TV’s “Off the Chain”!
The Hypnotist Seen on THE ARTIE LANGE SHOW, In PARADE MAGAZINE and on ACCESS HOLLYWOOD. Watch as Rich invites volunteers from the audience to get hypnotized on stage right before your eyes then be amazed at what happens next when he gives them suggestions to do the most outrageously funny things you can possibly imagine. This Adult clean show is done with just the right amount of innuendo. Laugh till it hurts with this non stop roller coaster ride that will have you and your friends coming back over and over again to try it for yourself.
Special EXTREME Comedy Hypnosis Show on the Saturday Late Show and the Sunday Show This show contains extreme adult content and a closed door policy will be in effect once the performance has started. It is advised that you arrive early. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! Are you ready for something totally over the TOP? Then The Rich Guzzi Extreme Comedy Hypnosis Show is what you want. This is not your everyday comedy show. It is an explosive night of madness that can best be described as an experience of Hysterical Debauchery. We can't even write what will happen at this show here. Let's just say that once the subjects on stage get hypnotized, it will get very out of control and leave it at that.
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Combining hyper A.D.D., an envious level of self-depracation, a philosophers soul and curiosity beyond measure, Davidoff puts on one of the most high intensity shows in standup making him an audience favorite. Voted “Top-10 Comedy Albums of 2008″ on iTunes and PUNCHLINE magazine, his CD, “The Point Is…” released on COMEDY CENTRAL RECORDS® proves exactly that. Recorded live at the Comedy Works in Denver, CO, Davidoff’s CD captures this kinetic master at his best. It’s Davidoff’s impeccable ability to find common ground with EVERYONE that makes him a truly great comedian. He dissects the irony and problems of the world in a way that makes funny what otherwise isn’t. Dov’s material makes people think and look at themselves, but laugh hysterically while doing so.
In addition to performing regularly in clubs and colleges throughout the country, Davidoff was recently named as one of VARIETY’S top 10 TO WATCH. Dov has most notably starred opposite Mark Wahlberg in the film “Invincible,” is seen on any number of TV shows, and co-starred with Jeff Goldblum in the NBC drama “Raines.” Davidoff has been seen on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and “Last Call with Carson Daly.” He is also a regular fixture on COMEDY CENTRAL, starring in his own 2007 half-hour comedy special, as well as appearing on “Chappelle’s Show,” “Premium Blend,” and “Tough Crowd” with Colin Quinn. He is a favorite at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal as well as HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.
His new hour comedy special recently aired on COMEDY CENTRAL. There’s no doubt that Davidoff has established himself as one of the “MUST-SEE” acts on the scene today.
In 1998, D.L. Hughley gained his widest exposure yet with the debut of his sitcom The Hughleys. The show was based around a black family that had recently moved to a primarily white suburb, a situation in which Hughley had found himself in his own life. While the show was more tame and family-friendly than Hughley's adult-oriented stand-up routines, he adapted his talents to the format. The NAACP Image Awards nominated Hughley in the Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series category five times. During the run of his sitcom, D.L. Hughley also participated in the Kings of Comedy tour with Steve Harvey, Bernie Mac and Cedric the Entertainer. The tour was documented in Spike Lee's 2000 film The Original Kings of Comedy. When Bernie Mac died in 2008, Hughley and the other Original Kings spoke at his funeral.
Hughley took a job with Comedy Central, hosting a late-night talk show called Weekends at the D.L. It ran from 2005 to early 2006. Later that year, Hughley signed on for the new TV show Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, written by West Wing powerhouse Aaron Sorkin. Hughley's character was a sketch comedian on the fictional late-night show depicted in the series. Although Studio 60 started out with big expectations, the show never gained a strong following and was cancelled after one season. Hughley was realistic about the problems on the show, saying that, although disappointed, he wasn't surprised that it had been cancelled.
Hughley went on to make his next HBO special, Unapologetic. From there, he moved even further away from acting, taking a job with CNN as host of D.L. Hughley Breaks the News. The humorous program was a departure for the network, which was hoping to capitalize on the lead-up to the 2008 presidential election. The show went off the air after a few months, when Hughley decided he wanted to be based in Los Angles in order to spend more time with his family. Next up was radio. Armed with his own morning show on New York's KISS FM, Hughley tried to cultivate a following as a radio personality. Due to issues with the syndication company, however, the show went off the air after a little over a year.
Throughout all of his work, D.L. Hughley has retained his belief that comedians should stay true to their own points of view. He offered the following advice in an interview, when asked what younger comedians should know: "If you lack the courage of your convictions, sell shoes." At the same time, Hughley doesn't want to simply turn his performances into a tool for his own ends. "My gig is to observe all that stuff and take it in without ever forgetting that I'm here to make people laugh, not to preach."
A nationally performing comic who lives in Washington DC, Justin has a high enery, improvisational style that can mold to fit any crowd. He's worked with such national acts as Brian Regan, Lisa Lampanelli, Kathleen Madigan and Dave Attell. Come see one of the best young comics that the DC/Maryland area has ever put out! You can also hear him every single morning on 98 ROCK's Morning Show with Justin, Scott and Speigel.
Comedian/Actor Mike Brooks, born and raised in Washington, D.C./Maryland, is known for serving up his humor raw and uncut. With his amazing wit and on the mark timing Mike will have you bending over in stitches! The New York Times describes him as the next Martin Lawrence. You may have seen him on HBO?s Def Comedy Jam, P. Diddy?s Bad Boy?s of Comedy, Comic View and on the big screen in the movie The Salon starring Vivica A. Fox and Terrence Howard. Mike recently filmed a project with Martin Lawrence that will be aired on STARZ titled The 1st Amendment Comedy Stand- Up. He was also the opening act of Martin Lawrence film STRONG. Mike has opened for entertainers such as Bernie Mac, Dave Chappelle, Monique, Damon Wayans, DL Hughley, Eddie Griffin, Patti Labelle, Maze, Anthony Hamilton & The Isley Brothers.
Rob Stapleton says that growing up in the Bronx, New York, is what has led to his hiliarious, energetic comedy style. I grew up in a area where shoplifting was everywhere. It got to the point that if you got caught stealing you had to take a picture with the stuff you stole.
Pinpoint observations such as this is what has made Rob Stapleton an high demand comic in the bright lights of NYC. A few years ago Rob has decided to take his career to the next level and move out to the Los Angeles area but not before becoming a favorite on HBO's P-Diddy presents The Bad Boys of Comedy, Jamie Foxx's Laffapoolooza and Martin Lawrences 1st Amendment. 2008 proved to big a year for Rob as he was given his first Half Hour Comedy Central Presents special as well as receiving his first major network holding deal with NBC.
Rob has become a first hand pick by some of todays comedy giants as he has recently be selected to shoot Mike Epps and Friends DVD live at The Nokia Theatre and Jamie Foxx's Foxxhole Comedy Tour DVD. Things have only gotten better for this high demand comic as he has been selected to join the elite cast of Jamie Foxx and Affion Crockett's new FOX TV Sketch Comedy show titled 'The AfterParty" in 2011 in which is being considered by many to be the next "In Living Color" . The sky is the future for this upcoming , soon to be house hold name. When he's asked does he feel lucky that he has been given the opportunity to work with the current slate of comedy superstars. Rob says that " There is no such thing as luck, its all preperation met with God given opportunity. When it all comes together you have to step up and knock it out of the park! While still trying to remember to have fun. One thing that can be guaranteed is the fact that when you come to a live Rob Stapleton show you will walk away with a smile on your face and the belief that you have witnessed something special.
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