Comedians


T.J. Miller (Erlich) has been named one of Variety’s “Top 10 Comics to Watch,” as well as one of Entertainment Weekly’s “Next Big Things in Comedy.” Miller was most recently seen hosting the first season of Comedy Central’s ‘Mash Up,’ a series that combined stand-up and sketch comedy. Miller also co-starred in the Fox’s ‘The Goodwin Games’ opposite Becki Newton and Scott Foley. In addition to his television work, Miller has a popular podcast, ‘Cashing in with T.J. Miller,’ on Nerdist.com. The show finds host Cash Levy failing to get any other guest except Miller on the show...every single episode. Miller has been seen in a number of major film releases, recently ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,’ opposite Steve Carell and Keira Knightley, and in 80s rock musical ‘Rock of Ages,’ opposite Tom Cruise. Miller’s additional film credits include: ‘Our Idiot Brother,’ ‘Yogi Bear,’ Gulliver’s Travels,’ ‘Unstoppable,’ ‘She’s Out of My League’ and ‘Get Him to the Greek.’ Miller’s voice-over career has included roles in ‘How to Train Your Dragon,’ Cartoon Network’s ‘Dragons,’ Disney’s ‘Gravity Falls’ and Fox’s ‘High School USA!’ Miller first appealed to a wide audience in 2008 when he starred in J.J. Abrams’ blockbuster ‘Cloverfield.’ Soon after, he appeared in Mike Judge’s ‘Extract’ and ABC’s comedy series ‘Carpoolers.’ Miller currently resides in Los Angeles, where he struggles to find meaning in an uncertain world.
"Danny Braff is a NJ based comedian who’s dark observational style has entertained audiences at clubs and bars across the country including The Comedy Store, The Stress Factory Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, The Comedy Connection, etc. Danny has made 2 appearances on the popular comedy podcast Kill Tony and is one of very few people to have received a standing ovation on the show. He has opened for comics such as Tim Dillon, Mark Normand, Jessica Kirson, Rich Vos, Yannis Pappas, and more. A Comedy reviewer in Florida once described Danny’s act in print as: “exhaustive list of Costco jokes” but Danny prefers to think of it as Costco Jokes in bulk."
As a stand-up comedian for 40 years, Joey Kola has performed for hundreds of thousands of people throughout his career in the US, Canada and England. His high energy, spot on punch lines, and fast delivery assault an audience like a comedic freight train. Joey's topical and timeless material combine to always make his audiences laugh hard. Joey has worked at countless comedy clubs, colleges, casinos, theatrers, cruise ships and corporate functions. Kola's also proud of the success he's had in raising great amounts of money for the many different charities he currently supports. Joey Kola's TV credits include, "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno", The Late Show with David Letterman", "The King of Queens" with Kevin James, "The Martha Stewart Show", "Comedy Central Presents Joey Kola", "The Rosie O'Donnell Show", Comedy Central's "Premium Blend", The Rachael Ray Show, Jimmy Fallon and CBS's hit show "Kevin Can Wait" staring Kevin James, where Joey also plays the role of "Larry Anderson", the corn eating Assistant Principal on the show.
Mario Adrion is a stand-up comedian and YouTuber from a small town in Germany who gained over 2 million followers from posting VLOGs and comedy clips across his various social platforms. His comedy is refreshingly vulnerable playing with the struggles and stereotypes of being a retired male model and as a European living in the United States. He’s been featured in Vogue, FOX, ABC, Daily Front Row, Pro7, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE, and you also might know him from his iconic comedy performance challenging Katy Perry to a Catwalk Battle on American Idol while wearing a Speedo. Based out of LA and NYC, Mario regularly performs at the Hollywood IMPROV, Laugh Factory, The Stand NYC, and recently sold-out his headlining shows as part of the New York Comedy Festival. Mario is currently touring the United States as part of his “German Efficiency” stand up tour. He is one of the hottest new comics and you don’t want to miss his European charm.
Sam Ramsdell is a comedian and creator with over 4 million social media followers and also happens to have 2 Guinness World Records for the Largest Mouth and Widest Mouth. Aside from being known for her big mouth (physically and emotionally) on social media, she performs regularly in NYC both improv and stand up with UCB and the PIT and has appeared on Italy's Got Talent, the Drew Barrymore Show, and the Ellen show. Her comedy offers an absurd angle on her experiences being a guinness world record holder, growing up weird, and tells relatable stories of the nuances of being a millennial with mental illness and the world's largest mouth gape.
Pedro Gonzalez is a New York based Colombian American comedian who lives in NYC, and he was the first Latin American immigrant comedian to appear on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Besides touring the country as a stand up, Pedro is a staff writer of an upcoming Amazon TV show based on the life of NY Times best seller Shea Serrano. Pedro loves writing jokes, and thanks to his passion he’s been a finalist of several national competitions like Stand Up NBC and also a finalist in the New York’s Funniest Contest.
Thomas J. Kelly was born to be on television. During the summers most kids go to day camp, space camp, or a sports camp as a teen Thomas J. Kelly went to TV Camp. Since his freshman year of college, Tom has had an On and Off camera career ranging from cable access television to network shows. Ever since in elementary school, Tom was always a bit of an outsider. In high school here learned there are two ways to keep from getting your butt kicked 1) making people laugh and 2) screaming like a girl. At a certain point Tom realized making people laugh was much more dignified. In a recent appearance on ABC’s “The View” he revealed to America that his love of Star Trek helped him pass the time as he lost his virginity at a very late age. Kelly has managed to turn awkward and charming into a career. In High School he dreamed of being the next Letterman. Hosting is what he does best. As the warm up comedian for ABC’s “The View”, Tom gets the crowd going before the show and entertains them during the commercials. Tom moderates podcast available at ThisShowAgain.com featuring a cast of friends and experts who discuss pop-culture and ways for you to live your life. A review in The New York Times called “This Show Again” . . . funny, and listening to the show is like sitting at a neighborhood bar with friends.” Kelly is at a wonderful crossroads of his career. He can be seen warming up crowds for TV shows with celebrities during the day while doing his own thing at night. As the warm up comedian for Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series, Tom is no stranger to large crowds. While opening for Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers Tom, has performed for crowds of over 15,000 and 20,000 people respectively. His favorite concert was opening for a U2 concert at Fordham University with a crowd of 9,000 college students in the snow and mud. A versatile emcee, Tom has also opened for Usher, Kelly Clarkson, Fantasia, and Counting Crows among others. When time permits, Tom has also freelanced for “Live with Regis and Kelly”, “Fashionably Late with Stacy London” and “Head Games.” In addition to his work in a variety of clubs in the New York area, Tom is a pioneer in using the Internet to spread his comedic message. Tom turned his disdain for large weddings into the popular IHateWeddings.com which gets over 2,000 visitors a month. Articles from Kelly’s wedding humor website IHateWeddings.com have been cited in “In Touch” magazine and on numerous radio programs. Kelly created and starred in Internet based video series “The Little Merman.” LittleMerman.com is a docu-comedy about Tom’s quest to be the first male mermaid at Weeki Wachee Springs. The series follows Kelly as he quits comedy and moves from New York City to Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida to become and underwater performer and the first “merman” at the historic tourist attraction. During that time, Kelly really performed synchronized swimming shows in the park’s underwater theater. Tom has an extensive off camera and off microphone resume working in radio and television. He writes a daily comedic “prep sheet” for the United Stations Radio Networks which is syndicated to over 100 radio shows nationwide including “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show.” His TV resume includes experience at “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” where he saw several of his ideas make it to air, “Dateline: NBC”, “NBC Nightly News,” and “Elimidate” Tom’s segment “A Moment With Tom” is a regular feature on ABC’s The View. Tom has appeared in several episodes of Prime Time Live’s “What Would You Do?” on ABC. And perhaps most impressive is that he managed to write this entire bio about himself in the third person without saying “I” once.
echiel Jacobs, catapulted into the limelight through his uproarious presence on social media platforms. With a knack for crafting relatable, laugh out loud content, Yechiel amassed a dedicated following within just a few months, eagerly awaiting his next laugh-inducing post. However, Yechiel's comedic journey doesn’t stop online. Encouraged by his growing popularity and craving direct interaction with his fans, he took to the stage, performing his first ever stand-up comedy show at the Laugh Factory, bringing his infectious humor and magnetic charm to live audiences. From his very first performance, Yechiel proved that his talent transcends pixels and screens. With each punchline, he effortlessly captivates audiences, leaving them in stitches and craving more of his signature wit. With his meteoric rise from social media sensation to rising stage star, Yechiel Jacobs is solidifying his place as one of comedy's brightest and most versatile talents. Keep an eye on this rising star as he continues to spread laughter wherever he goes.
Felicia Madison had a childhood dream of becoming a Broadway dancer. Her parents had other plans ...which is why she was pre-med in college! Felicia graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in biological basis of behavior and a minor in marketing. (She jokes that she's only qualified to sell drugs!) Happily married and Manhattan mother of three, Felicia pulls on her experiences as a stay-at-home mom in an affluent part of the world to poke fun at marriage, parenthood and life in general. Felicia is the founder of Laughing Affairs which produces a daytime lunch show, Laughercise- Come Laugh Your Ass Off, Comedy for a Cause, and private events for corporations and individuals. Felicia is the New Talent Director at West Side Comedy Club in New York City where she produces two new talent shows a month called F Comedy Club. Felicia curates comedians for her show and helps to develop and nurture young talent thru her daytime mic program also at West Side Comedy Club. Funny Business Panel Discussion created and moderated by Felicia, provide a forum for female comedians to hear from female executives in the comedy world. Her first event at the Friars Club was a huge success and due to popular demand she is planning to produce 4 panels a year. You'll find Felicia performing throughout NYC. In addition to live appearances, Felicia is blogging, podcasting and writing a sitcom based upon her life in the comedy world.
A veteran of more than 100 TV and talk show appearances, comedian JOE DeVITO's dead-on timing, unexpected twists and sheer flights of lunacy make him a favorite at the top clubs in New York City and across the USA. His performance at the prestigious Just for Laughs Festival was rated "9.5 out of 10" by The Montreal Gazette.   Joe's TV credits include two performances on The Late Late Show, three appearances on Comics Unleashed, two appearances on Gotham Comedy Live on AXS TV, Comedy Central, and a semi-finalist turn on NBC's Last Comic Standing. He is also a regular contributor on FOX News Channel's Red Eye and Kennedy Show, with other panel appearances including Chelsea Lately, CNN, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, and truTV's The Smoking Gun Presents...
Joe has performed all over the world, from Africa to Europe and also toured across America. He is a writer for the Daily Show and has written over 1,100 episodes.
Famous for her appearances on the NBC reality talent competition Last Comic Standing, she is also well known as the co-host of the humorous podcast My Wife Hates Me.
Erin Jackson is one of the fastest-rising comedians in New York City. She works nightly in the city’s top clubs and most recently made her Netflix debut on Season 2 of Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready. She currently writes for the hit Netflix show, The Upshaws, and has appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers, CONAN, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, This Week at the Comedy Cellar, and Last Comic Standing.
As seen on Comics Unleashed and Late Night TV
Mia Jackson is a bonafide Georgia peach (that's Georgian for “native”). In 2017, she was selected as a New Face by the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival and Atlanta's Creative Loafing named her the Critic's Choice Best Stand-Up in the city. Mia has appeared on NickMom's Night Out, Viceland, Comedy Central's This Week at the Comedy Cellar and was a semi-finalist on Season 9 of NBC's Last Comic Standing. Her first stand-up special aired in October 2018 as part of Unprotected Sets on MGM+ and her Comedy Central half hour special debuted in November 2019.
Pranav is a former writer for MAD Magazine and co-host of the popular Mango Bae Podcast. A favorite of festivals and clubs around the country, he was most recently featured in the 10k Laughs Festival (Best of the Fest), Rogue Island Comedy Festival, and headlined the 2018 Milwaukee Comedy Festival alongside Colin Quinn, Gina Yashere, and others. An up-and-coming actor, Pranav also has landed roles in forthcoming episodes of The Marvelous Ms. Maisel and HBO’s The Other Two, and has previously starred in Law & Order: SVU. He is also the writer and co-creator of the upcoming BRIC TV Web Series Problematic. You can find him across platforms @pranahaha
Madelein Smith is a touring comedian based in NYC. She has traveled internationally performing at colleges, clubs, and cruise ships. She has opened for Judy Gold, Maria Bamford, Guy Torrey, Rachel Feinstein, and many more. She is also a regular at many NYC clubs. Her debut album, Belle of the Ball, rose to #1 on the ITunes Comedy Charts. She has been featured on Amazon Prime, SiriusXM and Comedy Central, and currently has a network pilot in development. She co-hosts the podcast Cheers for Queers with Sarah Garner, where they interview amazing queer performers and talk about being little weirdos.
Stephanie O. is a New York City-based stand-up comedian who has performed at Lady Laughs Comedy Festival, San Diego Comedy Festival, Cream City Comedy Festival, Black Girl Giggles, and Sno Jam Comedy Festival. Fun fact - she has appeared on Bravo TV's Cash Cab and won! She co-hosts a monthly stand-up comedy show called Party Hat at West Side Comedy Club in New York City.
Headlining all over the Northeast, Matt Lopes is a stand up comedian based out of South CT and the House Comic at the Stress Factory Comedy Club in Bridgeport, CT. He is the Cohost of the You Should Be Worried Podcast and has performed with a number of venues and companies such as Don’t Tell Comedy, New York Comedy Club, Helium Comedy Club, The Stand NYC, etc. When Matt is not onstage he’s writing and creating hilarious content all over the internet, with a combined 450k thousand followers and 100 million views across tiktok and instagram (@mattyfucko).
Carmen Angelica is a comedian, writer and director originating from Minneapolis MN. After going to college in New York she moved to LA where she worked in film and TV. You might have seen her work on popular comedy sites like Cracked or CollegeHumor where she wrote performed and directed. Carmen was a regular performer at The Upright Citizens Brigade in LA and had a long running solo show called Who Am I And What The Hell Am I Doing? in 2014 directed by Rebecca Drysdale. This inspired Carmen’s short film Tight Spot that became a Vimeo Staff Pick in 2015. In 2019 Carmen was recognized as a New Face at Just For Laughs in Montreal. Carmen’s work has been written up in media like Entertainment Weekly, Vulture, and Huffington Post. Carmen moved back to New York to work as a Segment Director at The Daily Show and you can see her perform stand up around New York City when she isn’t working or too sleepy or hungry. She is currently represented at Odenkirk-Provissiero Entertainment.