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Headliner Mike Siscoe, featuring Tim Loulies
Born and raised in San Diego, Mike Siscoe began his stand-up career in 1997 at the world-famous Comedy Store in La Jolla, CA, where he was soon opening for notables Tommy Davidson, Jeff Altman, Mitch Hedberg, Margaret Cho and Richard Jeni. He was also voted funniest comic in San Diego by The Reader in 1999.
His angelic face is belied only by his devilishly-dished delivery. Edgy, honest, and insightful are just a few words to describe him. Mike tours the country, headlining clubs from Seattle to Florida, Maine to Mexico. His quick-witted, high energy shows keep audiences laughing in over forty six states a year, and in every Comedy Zone from Vegas to the Bahamas.
Based in the Big Apple, Mike performs at several of the City's marquee clubs including Gotham, the Laugh Factory, the Improv, Dangerfield’s, and the Laugh Lounge.
"Known as one of the fastest rising comedians on the East Coast, Tim Loulies's up-beat imposing style of comedy has entertained large and small audiences from all walks of life. Tim's unapologetic observations, mis-directed jokes and imposing stage presence has been felt from coast to coast. Tim started his comedy career performing anywhere that would let him tell jokes. Sometimes in places most comics would never dream of performing. Whether Tim's in a comedy club, a biker bar or even a nudist colony (that really happened), Tim always brings what it takes to make the audience laugh. "
Headliner Paul Strickland, featuring Will Jacobs
Paul Strickland is a writer and performer.
Cranky every second but loving every minute of it, Paul is generally unimpressed with the world around him, but knows that if you look at anything long enough, you can find something to appreciate in it.
Paul has been accused of being "seriously funny" but his work is best described as "funny seriously." He is the lovable grumbler in everyone's life, but he's rather good at it, which is why they charge admission. He is not the "funny guy at the office." He is the guy who makes fun of the "funny guy at the office" because that guy gave himself that title and everybody knows it.
Paul is passionate about his writing and performing.
"I firmly believe that making people laugh at themselves and their world is a good way to help them escape while, hopefully, gaining some perspective on what they're escaping from, and distracting them from the fact that I just took their money."
William Jacobs moved to Charlotte, NC from the Philadelphia area and has been entertaining crowds with his brand of clever and insightful comedy ever since. A former attorney, Will brings his engaging brand of comedy from the court room to the comedy club. Audiences will undoubtedly find him funny as charged.
In addition to Will hosting the March Mania Comedy Tournament, he also is the host of Charlotte’s Improv Fight Night Competition, the house emcee for LOL Thursdays at The Comedy Zone Fort Mill, and a featured member of the Charlotte Comedy Theater Improv troupe. Will also frequently emcees the professionals shows at all three Charlotte area The Comedy Zones.
Jamie Kennedy Live!
Actor, producer and comedian Jamie Kennedy’s recent work includes starring roles in the latest installment of the Tremors film franchise for Universal, Chris Carter’s (The X-files) Amazon drama pilot The After, and now NBC’s new medical dramedy, Heartbeat. He is also voicing multiple characters on the new Comedy Central animated series, Legends Of Chamberlain Heights. Kennedy also had a recurring role as a sleazy boxing manager on Navy Street (Kingdom) for DirectTV, and before that he was a voice actor on Fox’s The Cleveland Show. Jamie can also be seen performing his stand up show around the country.
Jamie landed his big break when he was cast in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, alongside Leonardo DiCaprio as a punked-out rival to John Leguizamo. His career soon kicked into high gear as he co-starred in his breakthrough performance as Randy Meeks in Wes Craven’s Scream and its follow-up Scream 2. Jamie has worked alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood like Steve Martin in Bowfinger and Greg Kinnear in the Oscar-nominated As Good As It Gets.
In 2002, Kennedy created The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, which became the WB’s highest-rated show. Kennedy portrayed a number of wacky characters, but the audience’s favorite was Brad Gluckman, the white rapper from Malibu. In 2003, Kennedy brought Brad Gluckman to the hit film, Malibu’s Most Wanted.
Along with those films mentioned above Jamie has had memorable roles in fan favorites like Three Kings directed by David O. Russell, Enemy of the State directed by Tony Scott, Boiler Room opposite Vin Diesel and over 190 episodes of television under his belt with networks that include CBS, WB, MTV, Comedy Central, Showtime, NBC, Fox, and VH1.
Headliner Paul Lyons, featuring David Wingfield
Paul can't stopping winning, He's been The Inspirational Coach for the Washington Generals, Lindsay Lohan, and Ted Kaczynski. Paul always looks on the bright side of life. Although his cat won't use the kitty litter Paul says, "My cat thinks outside the box" Paul has A.D.D. but as he sees it "I'm multi tasking" After Paul's license was revoked he celebrated, saying,"I just saved a bundle on my car insurance." Paul loves life, Laughter, Lyle Lovett, and alliteration We could all use Paul's wisdom. We could all use Paul's ability to refer to himself in the third person. Paul's main message is that you can do it youself! -- with his help. Without hope we are hopeless, with hope life doesn't suck....so much 'Pure gold 'funny' very illuminating.' New York Post. 'Paul digs down deep into himself.' Arts and Entertainment Magazine 'A deviously creative funnyman.' Denver Rocky Mountain News 'Lyons left the audience in tears.' Columbus Bulletin 'Wonderfully wholesome, significantly different.' Manhattan Spirit His more than two dozen TV appearances include being the 2007 Marketing maverick for Comedy Central's summer promos, Everybody loves Raymond and Showtime's: Love at Stake. Paul has headlined in every state and overseas in London, England and Sydney, Australia. As an essayist Paul's inspiring, peculiar pieces appear regularly in Playgirl, TV Guide and Details magazines.
Once upon a time, David C. Wingfield was that kid in the back of the classroom that was always cracking jokes. Later on, he became that guy in the cubicle next to you that would impersonate your boss. Today, David C. Wingfield is a comedian who can’t believe he gets paid for what he does. He has performed with some of the most recognizable names in comedy, such as Charlie Murphy (Chappelle’s Show), Dave Attell (Insomniac), and John Witherspoon (Friday), and he has written jokes for other comedians, including Victoria Jackson (Saturday Night Live). He was the audience warmup comedian for ABC’s “Extreme Makeover”, and in 2013, David was selected to compete in Comedy Central’s “Up Next” Talent Search. A favorite for private events, David has performed everywhere from Boy Scout camps and Baptist churches to nursing homes and nudist colonies. And he’s still impersonating your boss.
Headliner Greg Hall, featuring Eric Grady
Standing 6'5", Greg Hall's dreams of winning the Triple Crown as a jockey were dashed by the tender age of four, so he picked up a guitar. From the oil fields of West Texas, Hall's redneck pedigree was established at fifteen, yet he longed for something more. Hall jokes that he did a rare thing in those parts... He learned to read. A fan of the classics, Hall could often be found with his Dickens in one hand and a can of Copenhagen in the other. Thus, a well-read redneck was born.
Hall's entertainment career began as a performing songwriter after winning a prestigious Kennedy Center award at the American College Theatre Festival for 'Outstanding Achievement in Musical Composition'. With that success, he quit college the next week and began singing in bars, "Mom was not happy." The next decade took him on a journey through thirty states and England. Hall released a few CDs along the way, and shared stages with such artists as Shelby Lynne, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Vern Gosdin, Keith Urban, Jerry Jeff Walker, Dan Seals, and others.
A near fatal car wreck knocked him out of the game for a while. With a hard head and the stubbornness of a mule with a learning disorder, Hall rose like a bipolar phoenix and entered the realm of standup comedy. Always a quick wit, and with guitar in hand, he took his stage experience, songwriting chops, musicianship, and fast tracked into touring top comedy clubs across the nation. Now as a headliner, Greg spends at least twenty weeks a year bringing his brand of humor and music to tens of thousands.
Good things come to those who wait, and even to those who screw up. "It's getting really cool these days. Eastern Europe, the Bahamas, my Uncle Larry's tire shop. Who knew that switching from heavy medication to heavy meditation would pay off so well... go figure." Part redneck, part philosopher... Greg Hall is "Bubbastotle".
National touring comedian, Eric Grady is probably known, just as well as; 'The Tall Guy' has been making audiences "bust their guts" from laughing since 1995 with his hilarious, edgy, and fresh stand up comedy. He was born and raised in the south. Born in SC, Eric grew up in Charlotte, NC. He's been a shy person all his life, but even more so in his school days. Eric was always funny around his friends through school, but shy around others. In his Junior year of high school, Eric started using humor to break through his shyness, discovering that he could be funny and people would talk to him, without him having to 'break the ice'. When Eric graduated high school, he had gained a lot more friends through laughter. He had already made several friends though his height. He was 6'5' tall at graduation.
Eric's comedy career began in South Florida. Well actually, it began in Charlotte, NC. He did his first open mic, in Charlotte. Eric loved it. He was nervous. But he was funny. The audience was laughing. And Eric felt that he had to have more of what he was feeling. So, he kept coming back as often as he could, but Eric was living in Myrtle Beach, SC at the time. So, it was hard to get back to Charlotte for an open mic night.
So, after doing about 10, or so, open mics, in 1998, Eric moved to Charlotte, and got married. And fell out of comedy to work and help support a wife and step-children. Sadly, after a few years, the marriage was over, and in 2001, Eric moved to Ft Lauderdale, FL, where he promptly got back into comedy open mics. There was no looking back, after that.
After spending a couple of years in Florida, Eric moved back to Myrtle Beach, SC, doing comedy often. Eventually, in 2006, he moved to New York City, where Eric worked about 2000 shows, in 2 years. And finally, in 2008, Eric moved to Los Angeles, CA, where he resides, today. Eric stays busy with stand-up. He's honed his 'rapid fire' comedy to be quick, sharp, and hilarious. Eric talks about himself, and his view on the world around him, including subjects such as; his life being so tall, his marriage, his step-children, his dog, his single life, his travels, and his accent, to name a few.
Today, Eric is still shy, still funny, and still tall. He's 6'9', which is why a lot of people know him as 'the tall guy'. Eric comedy has been described as 'Very funny' by Comedian; Wendy Liebman, and 'Fresh, original', by Comedian; Fred Klett, adding; "No one is doing what (Eric's) doing.". And he's physically funny, using his height and his weight to do mind-bending body bending comedy. You can catch Eric at a comedy club near you. And you should. Eric is a VERY funny person.