The Bucket List Open Mic is EVERY Tuesday at The Lounge at the Wiseguys Downtown SLC at the Gateway. The stage is ready, the sound is tight and admission is FREE for everyone in The Lounge.
If you want to do a set, throw your name in the bucket, then do a 3 minute set when your name gets picked. It’s just that easy! Bucket List Open Mic show features a mix of professional comics, newbies, amateurs and of course, bucket-listers!
If you want your name in the bucket you must sign up in person no later than 7pm. The Lounge opens at 6pm. Feel free to come and hang out. Sign-ups begin at 6pm. Show starts at 7:30pm.
PS..The awesome Wiseguys Wednesday Open Mic is still gonna rock too! No changes to that. If you have questions email email@example.com. The Lounge opens at 6pm. Feel free to come and hang out. Sign-ups begin at 6pm and end at 7pm. Show starts at 7:30pm.
Wiseguys Open Mic is a weekly showcase of Utah's best up-and-coming performers. Each show is a hilarious mix of professionals working on new material, amateur comedians working on their chops, and first-timers being thrown in the mix.
Wiseguys Open Mic is held every Wednesday at 7:00pm at our Downtown SLC club. Doors open for seating at 6pm. Must Be 21+ w Valid ID to Enter.
How do I sign up?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request a spot on the next open mic. You may submit one email request for yourself only up to one week before the next scheduled open mic. You may not request a spot several weeks in advance of the night you'd like to perform. Anyone interested in performing on Open Mic night must send in an email request; there are no longer sign-ups the night of the show. If you are selected to do a spot, we will respond to your email. It is up to you to check your email.
If you are a comic visiting from out of town, please email us and we will try to make room for you. All performers must be aged 21 or older.
How will I know if I'm on the show?
We will respond via email to everyone who will be on the open mic no later than 6pm the Tuesday before open mic. If you are selected, feel free to invite friends and family to come watch and support your performance. Admission is $5 for audience members and free for performers. It is your responsibility to check your email to see if you've been selected.
What if I'm not chosen to be on the show?
We do our best to give everyone an opportunity to perform but we can't always squeeze everyone on to the show because of high demand. If you are not selected to perform, keep sending in email requests. Be persistent and patient (and nice) and we will make sure you have an opportunity to take the stage. If you’re not selected, please come to the show and support anyway. Your support of the other open mic performers is noticed and appreciated and won’t hurt your chances to be selected for a future open mic.
Stand-by List: If any spots become available at 6pm on Open Mic night, then a stand-by list will be made available for performers who aren't already scheduled for that evening. There are no guarantees that a stand-by list will be available each week and will be determined at 6pm if there is any available room to add performers on to the show.
*A certain number of open mic slots are made available to touring professional comedians. If you are wondering whether or not you’re a touring professional, you’re probably not a touring professional. (Keep working hard and you’ll get there though)
I'm on the list, now what?
You must check in at the front desk no later than 6pm otherwise your spot will be forfeited and given to someone waiting on the standby list. No-shows are less likely to be given future performance opportunities at open mic night.
All scheduled performers get 3 minutes on stage. Please stick to your time. Show order is random and determined by that evening's emcee. Be sure to watch the countdown clock! Respect the time, audience, and other comedians.
Please stay out of the staff's way as they are very busy. Stay clear of the aisles. Also, you should order from a server and tip them. It's the right thing to do and good karma.
Open Mic is used as a starting ground for many comics, as well as a place to practice new material for veteran comedians. Some jokes may kill, others may bomb, but it's always a good time. Be sure to support those appearing on stage; it's not as easy as you think! Sit down and watch the show from an empty seat in the showroom. You never know...you might learn something!
Comedian, Paul Virzi, headlines comedy clubs across North America and is host of the weekly podcast, “The Virzi Effect,” on All Things Comedy network. Paul has toured with Bill Burr throughout Europe and in this country's most iconic venues including, Madison Square Garden, The Chicago Theatre and Carnegie Hall.
This summer, Paul shot a role in the untitled Judd Apatow/Pete Davidson Universal Pictures film starring Pete, Marisa Tomei and Bill Burr. Paul’s critically-acclaimed debut hour-long comedy special, “Paul Virzi: I’ll Say This,” premiered on Comedy Central in November 2018 and is available to stream on CC.com. The special was shot at The Tarrytown Music Hall in Tarrytown, NY.
His 2015 debut comedy album, “Night At The Stand,” was #1 on iTunes and reached #4 on Billboard’s Top 100. Paul has appeared on TruTV's “Comedy Knockout,” AXS TV's “Gotham Comedy Live,” The NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football,” and he has written for ESPN’s “ESPY Awards.” Paul is a regular at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and performed at the SXSW Festival in Austin, TX.
Paul grew up in the suburbs, outside of New York City. He loves his family, cigars and having pointless sports arguments with his friends.
Tinder Live with Lane Moore coming to Salt Lake City! Tinder Live has been named one of the best comedy shows in NYC for good reason. Produced and hosted by NYC based comedian, Lane Moore (The Onion, HBO's GIRLS, Brooklyn Magazine's "50 Funniest People In Brooklyn," former Cosmopolitan Magazine sex & relationships editor, and author of #1 bestseller, How To Be Alone: If You Want To And Even If You Don’t, praised as one of the best books of the year by The New York Times, New York Magazine, NPR, Fast Company, Marie Claire, and many others), Tinder Live is a totally improvised, anything-can-happen interactive comedy showstopper with helpful and oftentimes ridiculous Tinder tips, tricks, real-time swiping, and messaging (and sometimes even real-time phone calls with Tinder matches)! You’ll relate to Moore’s live-swiping and laugh at her reactions and find inspiration in her ridiculous, random emoji-filled messages (and sometimes even phone calls!) to would-be suitors. It’s also a great show to attend with a date, Tinder or otherwise.
But don’t expect cheap shots…this show has a huge heart. In between laughs, Lane reminds us how challenging it can be to find a match in the digital age. Even if you’ve never been on an online dating site, you will love this show.
"Tinder LIVE! is truly addictive entertainment…[it’s] ingenious. Moore transforms the banter on a dating app into compelling long-form improvisation. Ms. Moore, a cagey and humane performer, has developed an instinct for turning the raw materials of sexually charged chat with ordinary strangers into honed and generous jokes. “Tinder Live” has a comic momentum and energy that is unusual. The way she manipulates tone and pace reveals an artist supremely confident in her form, not to mention a flirt par excellence.” -- The New York Times.
The New York Times, New York Magazine, Time Out New York, and Village Voice, have listed the show as one of the best comedy shows in NYC. Brightest Young Things called it “the greatest show on earth,“ and CBS called it one of the Best Comedy Shows in NYC, saying, “Moore’s commentary will make you cry laughing as she randomly sends texts messages to those that peak her interest. It’s seriously funny.”
The show has also been praised as one of the best comedy shows out there by The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, The Guardian, Fast Company, VICE, The Atlantic, Vulture, Hello Giggles, Gothamist, Germany’s Süddeutsche Zeitung, Brooklyn Paper, Bustle, Metro UK, Paper Magazine, New York Observer, Flavorpill, Brokelyn, Brightest Young Things, Brokelyn, Brooklyn Magazine, and Brooklyn Vegan.
Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher, married comedians, are using their hilariously hard-won wisdom on relationships and building on their hit Netflix special to help others by offering love advice to callers while simultaneously examining the ups and downs of their own relationship!
Moshe Kasher & Natasha Leggero: The Royal Family Tour
Comedians Natasha Leggero and Moshe Kasher have been married for a couple years, so they are basically relationship experts. They will come to your town, perform stand-up, and offer live relationship advice that will either keep couples together forever or keep them laughing as they plan their divorce. Last year, Moshe and Natasha released a three-part comedy special for Netflix, The Honeymoon Stand-Up Special – based off of their wildly successful podcast The Endless Honeymoon.
Moshe Kasher has written for several films, series, and specials including Betty for HBO, Little America for Apple, Wet Hot American Summer for Netflix, Another Period, the Comedy Central Roasts, and ZOOLANDER 2. Moshe can be seen in his Comedy Central talk show, Problematic with Moshe Kasher. He also co-hosted the popular podcast The Champs and hosts The Hound Tall Discussion Series.
Natasha Leggero is an accomplished actress, writer, and stand-up comedian. Leggero created, wrote, produced and starred in the Comedy Central sitcom, Another Period, which aired for three seasons. She had standout appearances on the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco and the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber. On the big screen, Leggero starred in two comedy films including Neighbors and Let’s Be Cops. She can be seen starring in CBS’ upcoming comedy, BROKE.
Andrew Santino will be starring in a new FX series alongside comedian and rapper Lil Dicky coming in 2020. Santino starred in the Showtime series, I’m Dying Up Here executively produced by Jim Carey and directed by Jonathan Levine. He also appeared in Game Over Man written and produced by the Workaholics crew. Previously, Santino was the star of ABC’s comedy Mixology.
The host of his popular podcast Whiskey Ginger, Andrew is also a frequent guest on the Joe Rogan Experience. His Showtime hour-long stand-up special Home-Field Advantage debuted in 2017. His Comedy Central Half-Hour stand-up special was released alongside his debut album Say No More on Comedy Central Records. Santino headlined at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, as well as SXSW and numerous venues across the country.
Andrew made his stand-up debut on Adam Devine’s House Party and has since performed stand-up on Conan and The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail. He got his start acting and writing on the final season of Punk’d for MTV. Since then Andrew has guest starred on This Is Us, Adult Swim’s Children’s Hospital, Netflix’s Arrested Development, HBO’s Family Tree, NBC’s The Office, FX’s The League, and Hulu’s Deadbeat.
On the heels of her newly released Netflix special, Michelle Wolf: Joke Show, Wolf is hitting the road with all new material. Watch Michelle work it out in intimate venues while you still can. Come laugh, be offended, be part of the process, be whatever you want to be… It will be fun!
Wolf has quickly become one of the most influential voices in the comedy landscape with the Village Voice calling her “the voice comedy needs right now” and The Daily Beast declaring, “Michelle Wolf is the future of stand-up comedy.” In 2017 Wolf debuted her first hour-long stand-up special, Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady, on HBO for which she received rave reviews and a Primetime Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Writing For A Variety Special.”
Wolf recently served as the executive producer, writer, and host of the critically acclaimed variety sketch series The Break with Michelle Wolf on Netflix. In 2018, she made international headlines as the much buzzed-about headliner of the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Wolf’s other television credits include being an on-air contributor and writer for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and a writing supervisor and performer on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Josh Wolf is a comedian, actor and NY Times Bestselling author best known for his work as a round table guest and writer on E!’s Chelsea Lately and After Lately. He has become one of the most sought-after personalities in comedy, headlining stand-up comedy tours across the nation.
Josh starred on and hosted CMT’s first original late night comedy series,The Josh Wolf Show, which aired for one season. He has written on numerous sitcoms including Yes, Dear, Will Smith’s All of Us, Cuts, and Dads in Parks. Wolf appeared on the fourth season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and has had recurring roles on television series like My Name Is Earl and Raising Hope. He is also a recurring guest on ESPN’s SportsNation. Wolf hosted Shark After Dark, which aired during the ultra-popular “Shark Week” on The Discovery Channel, as well as Discovery’s late night series Naked After Dark, which recapped each episode of the hit series Naked and Afraid.
Additionally, Wolf has published a book, titled It Takes Balls: Dating Single Moms and Other Confessions from an Unprepared Single Dad, through Grand Central Publishing. Funny and brutally honest, the book detailed Wolf’s adventures as a struggling stand-up comedian, while juggling being a single parent in Los Angeles.
Wolf continues to perform stand-up comedy tours nationally and internationally.
Pound for pound, Brad Williams is the funniest comedian in the country right now, and has become one of the most in-demand comedians working today.
Williams has parlayed that success into a multitude of stand-up television experiences, including Live at Gotham, The Tonight Show, Dave Attell’s Comedy Underground, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. His first one-hour special, Fun Size, was the highest rated on Showtime, and a year later, he followed that up with his second special, Daddy Issues. Most recently, Williams recorded a new half-hour special for Netflix’s upcoming stand-up comedy showcase The Degenerates.
An accomplished actor, Williams has appeared on numerous TV shows, including FX’s Legit, Sam and Cat, Mind of Mencia, Pitboss, and a recurring role on the Hulu original show Deadbeat. He has also had memorable roles in a plethora of movies, including Little Evil and the Netflix original Christopher Guest film, Mascots.
In addition to stand-up and acting, Williams has become a dynamic on-air personality. His podcast with Adam Ray, About Last Night, is a mainstay on the iTunes charts. He is also a regular contributor on KROQ’s Kevin and Bean Show in LA, as well as Adam Carolla’s podcast, The Adam Carolla Show.
Brad’s ability to make humorous and inspiring observations on disability, relationships, sex, and race are consistently winning over audiences and proving anyone can overcome their shortcomings.
Ron Funches is a triple threat. He is an excellent stand up comedian, actor and writer.
Ron has built an impressive acting resume. Whether it’s lending his voice to projects like Trolls, Bob’s Burgers, and Adventure Time. Or his memorable acting roles on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Black•ish, New Girl, Transparent, Powerless, and Undateable. He even made being a gang member likable in the film Get Hard.
His personal appearances include Conan, The Tonight Show, @midnight, Chopped, Cupcake Wars and many more.
Ron is a great writer too. His writing credits include The Eric Andre Show, Kroll Show and several television pilots.
Ron is also a pretty solid dad and friend. He lives in Southern California with his son.
Melissa Villaseñor broke barriers by becoming the first-ever Latina cast member of Saturday Night Live.
A comedic impressions expert, she got her start as a semifinalist on America’s Got Talent. Melissa has voiced characters for Toy Story 4, Wreck It Ralph 2, Cartoon Network’s OK K.O.!, Fox’s American Dad, and Family Guy. On camera, she most recently filmed episodes for HBO’s Crashing and Barry, Fullscreen’s Alone Together, and of course Saturday Night Live.
Melissa has been named one of Forbes “30 Under 30” and Rolling Stone’s “50 Funniest People Right Now.” She tours nationally headlining clubs and theaters. Melissa will release her second music EP later this year, as well as a book of her art.
Tim Dillon is a Stand up comedian, writer, and actor. He was a new face at the Montreal Comedy Festival in 2016. He won the title of New York's Funniest 2016 at Carolines NY Comedy Festival. In 2017 he was named of the top ten comics you need to know by Rolling Stone magazine. He had two specials premiere in 2018, a Comedy Central Half Hour and a Netflix Quarter hour. He created and hosts Tim Dillon's Real NY Tour which takes the audience on a double decker bus through Manhattan. He has performed at the Oddball Comedy Festival, the Glasgow Comedy Festival, SXSW, among others. He has been on the Christ Gethard show on Fusion, Gotham Comedy Live on AXS tv, Fox's Red Eye, Tru Tv's Comedy Knockout, and season two of WYFD with Big Jay Oakerson on Seeso. He hosts a Podcast called The Tim Dillon Show.
Standup comedian, writer, and actor Tim Dillon is quickly becoming one of the nation’s strongest comics. Named as one of Rolling Stone’s “Ten Comics You Need to Know,” Vulture declared “Tim Dillon is a comic you really remember.” His popular live Real NY Tour show, which takes the audience on a double decker bus through Manhattan, has enjoyed multiple sold out dates including runs at The New York Comedy Festival two years in a row. In July 2018, Tim’s episode of Netflix’s standup series The Comedy Lineup premiered with The New York Times describing him as a “bruising comic with contempt for conventional wisdom.” His half-hour standup special premiered on Comedy Central in October 2018 with Paste Magazine offering “Dillon (has) a spStandup irit that no one else in the comedy scene has.” In addition to his TV and standup projects, Tim also hosts his own popular podcast The Tim Dillon Show and has appeared on several other top-rated podcasts including The Joe Rogan Experience, The Bertcast, and The Adam Carolla Show. He appears as a frequent panelist on Lights Out with David Spade, and guest on several Sirius XM shows including The Bonfire, Bennington, Jim and Sam, and The Howard Stern Wrap-Up Show.
Pete Holmes is a comedian, writer, actor, cartoonist, podcast host, and author. His wildly popular podcast, You Made It Weird, is a comedic exploration of the meaning of life, with guests ranging from Deepak Chopra and Elizabeth Gilbert to Seth Rogan and Garry Shandling. Pete also created and starred in the semi-autobiographical HBO show Crashing, which he executive produced alongside Judd Apatow. An accomplished stand-up with three hour-long television specials and innumerous late-night appearances, he continues to tour regularly to sold-out crowds. He lives with his wife and daughter in Los Angeles.
Mark Normand has one of the most unique voices in comedy today. A New Orleans boy who cut his teeth in the New York scene, Normand's relaxed delivery puts the audience at ease whether he's laying down humorously inappropriate observations or cracking jokes at his own expense. Normand is a master of deadpan and sharp quips, taking on his admitted introversion and its many misunderstood quirks.
Career Highlights: Comedy album "Mark Normand: Don't Be Yourself," and appearances on "Inside Amy Schumer," "Horace and Pete," "This Week at the Comedy Cellar," "The Late Late Show with James Corden," "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "@midnight," and "2 Dope Queens."
Taylor Tomlinson is too funny to be 25. Her perspective possesses a degree of wisdom that’s typically earned with age. “Being in your twenties is like having a virus,” Taylor quips in one of her beloved standup acts. “You can’t do anything about it. You just have to wait till you get better.”
Focusing exclusively on Taylor’s old-soul clarity is tempting, but what makes Taylor stand out isn’t just that she seems too young to understand youth so well. It’s that she combines that vision with on-the-nose immediacy that can only come with still living in the moments being lampooned.
“I think that’s what comedians do: We’re funny in the moment,” Taylor says. “We’re just so self-reflective and narcissistic.” She laughs, then adds, “But I’ve always felt older than I am. That virus joke is similar to a lot of my material in the new Netflix special. It’s me being frustrated that I’m in a period of my life that everybody talks about like—"Ooof, yeah, that was hard. It was fun! But I wouldn’t go back for anything.”
When Taylor’s new hour-long Netflix special, “Quarter Life Crisis,” debuts on Feb. 25, 2020, she’ll add another red-letter win to her already impressive comedic resume. Performances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, CONAN, Comedy Central's Adam Devine's House Party, and Netflix’s The Comedy Lineup, as well as a top-ten finish in season 9 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, have all endeared Taylor to a national audience. Variety Magazine named her one of the Top 10 Comics to Watch at the Just for Laughs Festival, and she’s a regular on What Just Happened??! with Fred Savage. Taylor has spent much of the last year filling clubs across the country on her own headlining tour.
Along with Delanie Fischer and Kelsey Cook, Taylor also co-hosts Self-Helpless, an iTunes Top 100 podcast that combines hilarious send-ups of self-help books, trends, and more with genuine explorations and buy-in from the hosts. “We are all constantly trying to better ourselves––we’re all perfectionists. Originally, we were like, ‘We’ll make fun of self-help, and it’ll be hilarious!’ But then, we found we actually agreed with things or found stuff that really helped,” Taylor says of the podcast.
Taylor is in her mid-twenties, but she’s honed her craft for more than a decade. The California native began doing standup at 16 after taking a class with her dad––and she never stopped. Churches, schools, and fundraisers were her first stages. When Taylor turned 18, she played every club in San Diego that she could. “When I started doing standup, it was the first time I felt comfortable with myself,” Taylor says. “I think people I went to school with were surprised––I was kind of quiet and introverted.”
Dating, friendships, our evolving relationship with technology and reality––Taylor skewers modern twenty-something life with self-deprecating precision. Raised in a conservative home, Taylor also prods Christianity and privilege with that same blend of distanced awareness and personal familiarity that defines her jokes about her age. “I’m a perfectionist. I’m not really a risk-taker––being a standup comic to me is already risky enough,” she says. “I don’t drink. I don’t party, and I never have. My mom died pretty young. I think when that happens when you’re a kid, you realize sooner than other people that you aren’t in a bubble. You lose that self-perceived invincibility a lot of young people have.”
Taylor’s Netflix special is the culmination of years of writing and performing, and it shows. The set is a masterful display of deft timing, crowd connection, physicality, and smarts. The material changed over the months that passed from pitch to performance, reflecting shifts in Taylor’s own life. “A lot happened over the summer of 2019,” Taylor says. “I ended up breaking off my engagement. It was a lot of growth in a very short period of time. It changed the hour a lot from what I had submitted back in February––and I think made it better.” For filming the special, Taylor chose the Aladdin in Portland, Oregon.
“I found out I got the special and enjoyed it for about 20 minutes, then I got really stressed and was pretty laser focused,” Taylor says, laughing a little. “You think you’ll take a break after you film it, but then you realize, ‘Oh shoot. I need a whole new hour of material––I can’t take a break!”
Taylor can’t stop now. But she wouldn’t want to, anyway. “I just don’t think there’s anything better than having a room full of people laugh at something you said. All I really want to do is be really good at standup––and continue to get better at it,” she says. “Saying ‘that’s all I really want’ feels insane because it’s so much to want.”
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.).
Diaz’s start in comedy began while serving a short stint at a correctional facility in Denver, CO in 1988. “Each Wednesday we would watch movies on the projector, but sometimes it would break,” he shares, “so I would get up and do stand up to fill the time.” Learning he had the skills to make an audience laugh, he pursued comedy after his release and began performing at an assortment of comedy clubs in the area. While he was touring as a working comic, he began acting in a variety television and film roles. You may recognize him from his appearances in “The Mentalist”, “Children’s Hospital”, “My Name is Earl”, or “General Hospital” - to name a few. On the film front, Diaz has held roles in “The Longest Yard”, “Spider Man 2”, “Smiley Face”, and “Taxi”, among others.
In 2013, Diaz continues to perform stand up and act, while also staying on top of the new media move in podcasting. Currently, Diaz hosts his bi-weekly podcast “The Church of What’s Happening Now,” which ranks among some of the most highly downloaded podcasts online. He is also a regular guest on Joe Rogan’s popular podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience.”
On the comedy front, Diaz continues to tour and perform at the biggest comedy clubs in the country. His comedy specials in “The Testicle Testaments” have sold thousands of downloads, and have even made it to the Billboard Top 100. Diaz’s raw style of comedy is highlighted on television with recurring sketch roles on “Stand Up Revolution” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Later this year, Diaz will release his new DVD/CD special - which will surely top the charts once more.
In December of 2016, Joey released his first ever hour comedy special titled “Socially Unacceptable”. Sociably Unacceptable debuted on NBC Universal’s digital platform Seeso and quickly has become one of the biggest hits on the platform. On January 27th, 2017, “Joey Diaz: Socially Unacceptable” will be released on iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Spotify, and all digital audio retailers.
David Attell is a stand-up comedian, actor and writer, best known as the host of Comedy Central's Insomniac with Dave Attell, which gave him a cult following.
Most recently, Attell was seen on Netflix’s Bumping Mics with Jeff Ross. Dave starred alongside Amy Schumer in her hit films, Trainwreck and I Feel Pretty. Dave can also been seen on HBO’s critically acclaimed series, Crashingwith Pete Holmes. His stand-up series, Dave Attell’s Comedy Underground and his one hour special, Road Work were featured on Comedy Central. Road Work is now streaming on Netflix.
His film credits include Chris Rock’s cult film Pootie Tang, Funny People, Scary Movie 4, and Los Enchiladas! His television credits include The Simpsons, Difficult People, Bob’s Burgers, Arrested Development, The Jim Gaffigan Show, The Jim Norton Show, Inside Amy Schumer, Louie, Ed, Everybody Loves Raymond, and Tough Crowd With Colin Quinn. He was named one of the “25 Funniest People in America” by Entertainment Weekly Magazine.
Bobby Lee is best known from his numerous years as a cast member on MADtv and his podcast Tiger Belly, one of the top comedy podcasts in the world.
Bobby recently starred on ABC’s Splitting Up Together and also starred on the NBC show Animal Practice. He has been touring the country year-round with his hilariously unpredictable stand-up. Lee’s film credits include The Dictator, Pineapple Express, and Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle. On TV, Lee was a regular guest on E!’s Chelsea Lately, has appeared in Curb Your Enthusiasm, and has performed stand-up on both Premium Blend as well as The Tonight Show. Lee voiced Tim/Sumo in the Hulu original series The Awesomes, was a recurring guest on Netflix’s LOVE, and stared in several national commercials, such as Bookings.com. He was also a recurring guest on David Choe’s podcast DVDASA.
Beginning as a stand-up comedian, Robinson first made his mark in the comedy circuit at the 1998 Montreal "Just For Laughs" Festival. Now headlining venues and festivals across the country, he does both solo shows as well as full-band sets with his band, The Nasty Delicious.
Before deciding to pursue his comedy career full time, Robinson was a K-8 teacher in the Chicago Public School System. He earned his undergraduate degree from Illinois State University and his Masters of Education from St. Xavier University. It was while Craig was studying education in Chicago that he also discovered his love of acting and comedy when he joined the famed Second City Theatre.
Craig is best known for his portrayal of Daryl Philban in NBC's "The Office" but has also starred in such movies as "Dolemite Is My Name," "Knocked Up," "This Is The End," the "Hot Tub Time Machine" series, "Morris From America," "Tragedy Girls," "Dolemite Is My Name" with Eddie Murphy, "Timmy Failure," and "Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon" with Kate Hudson. Craig also starred in his very own sitcom, "Mr. Robinson" on NBC, as well as "Ghosted" on FOX.
Joe List began his comedy career in Boston, Massachusetts in 2000 just weeks after graduating from high school. Since that time he has been featured on The Late Show with David Letterman as well as multiple appearances on Conan. He’s featured in Season 2 of The Netflix Series “The Stand Ups”. In 2015 List was a finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing and had his own Half Hour comedy special on Comedy Central. His albums 'So Far No Good' and 'Are You Mad at Me?' can be heard regularly on Sirius Radio. List is also the co-host of his own popular weekly podcast 'Tuesdays with Stories'. When not headlining comedy clubs all over North America, List is a regular at the Comedy Cellar in New York City.
Norm Macdonald is best known for his 4 year stint on Saturday Night live where Chevy Chase noted he was the best anchor to ever grace the chair. He is a favorite guest on Late Night shows, having performed the final stand-up set ever on David Letterman. Mr. Letterman referred to Norm as the funniest man in the world. Conan O'Brien also lists Norm as his favorite guest.
After leaving SNL, Norm starred in 2 movies, one being the cult classic "Dirty Work" and also appears in many Adam Sandler films, including his first "Billy Madison", where Norm played Adam's best friend. Norm also starred in 3 television series. In 2015 he was a judge on "Last Comic Standing" as well as portraying Colonel Sanders in an avant-garde series of spots for KFC.
His tour-de force anti comedy roast of Bob Saget became an instant classic, as well as the five-minute "Moth Joke" on Conan which received a full one-minute laugh. His most recent credits include voiceover work for Activision Blizzard’s “Skylanders Academy”, Adult Swim’s “Mike Tyson Mysteries” and guest starring in Netflix’s original series “Girlboss”. In 2017, Norm released his own special titled “Norm Macdonald: Hitler’s Dog Gossip & Trickery” and currently hosts “Norm Macdonald has a Show,” both currently streaming on Netflix.
It is still Norm's stand-up which is his pure gift. His 2011 Comedy Special "Me Doing Stand-up" was hailed by The Guardian as one of the best Stand-up Specials of all time and Comedy Central name him in their top 100 comedians of all time. Norm retires all material he has used on specials and guarantees that no two shows will ever be identical. If you know Norm Macdonald, but do not know his stand-up, you do not know him. He is a stand-up comedian who must be seen to be believed.
With over 750 million streams of his 5 albums to date, Chad Daniels is the most listened to comedian you might not recognize in a photo. His audio plays are in the 99th percentile in comedy and music on Pandora alone, averaging over 1MM per week. If you want to know what he looks like, his most recent release “Dad Chaniels” is available now as a special, streaming globally on Amazon Prime Video along with his previous special “As Is” and a documentary following Chad, Tom Segura, and Pete Lee through China called “I Need You To Kill.” Chad’s previous album, “Footprints on the Moon” was the most streamed comedy album of 2017, and he has 6 late night appearances and a Comedy Central Half Hour under his belt. If you want to know more, you can follow Chad on Instagram and twitter @thatchaddaniels or subscribe to his facebook page @comedianchaddaniels.