Our founder wanted to MC this thing but then remember he has stage fright and isn't funny. So we needed a host. And we found an amazing one in David Drake.
David Drake is a comedian. He is a very funny comedian. He has been featured on Sirius XM's "Raw Dog Comedy", "Laughs on Fox", "'Who's Laughing Now?" and "Trial by Laughter". He was named one of Complex Magazine's "Comics to Watch Under 30" and his three comedy albums "Dave" , "Sorry Mom", and "Live from the Gutter" all debuted at number one on the iTunes comedy charts.
Here's a funny clip from him:
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You might think that we'd need more than one comedian to make this sort of this work. We thought that as well, so we got a few more.
Saurin Choksi does comedy and makes good things in New York City.
His stand up has been featured on "Laughs on Fox" and Sirius/XM radio and also hosted a television show on Fuse called "White Guy Talk Show" where he talked about pop culture and wore suits he couldn't afford. He also created internet videos for Seriously.tv.
Choksi relaxes by sewing, crafting, and making stuff. He loves his wife, his family, and 4 of his friends. He thinks you should be nice to yourself and is impressed by your power.
Here's a bit from him:
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Drew Michael is generally hilarious and also did an HBO special. It followed him as he navigated his fears, anxieties and insecurities in an unconventional stand-up setting.
Michael has written for Saturday Night Live and recorded a stand-up special for the cable series "The Half Hour", as well as the stand-up albums "Lovely" and "Funny to Death".
Some jokes from him are below:
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Daniel Simonsen is a Norwegian comic and the 2012 Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award winner for Best Newcomer. He has performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe since 2009. As well as his Newcomer Award, his show "Champions" received positive reviews, he supported Simon Amstell on his UK tour in 2012 and 2015 and appeared on Russell Howard's Good News in 2012. Simonsen has won and been nominated for awards both in Norway and the UK including Chortle Best Newcomer, Best Comedian at Comedy Fight Club and the So You Think You're Funny competition. Since 2014, he has had a recurring role in Vic and Bob's BBC sitcom House of Fools as Erik.
Here's him on Colbert:
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Rebecca Vigil is currently on a mission to really impress ten year old Rebecca Vigil. She was recently in "The Week Of" on Netflix with some of her childhood heroes. She performs in clubs, theatres and bars all over New York City, including headlining Carolines on Broadway.
Here's some of her stuff:
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