Nathan Macintosh made his network television debut on TBS’ Conan in February 2017. Before that, he taped his own “Comedy Now!” special for the Comedy Network/CTV, performed at the prestigious 2010 Just For Laughs Festival Homegrown Competition where he placed runner-up, and won a 2009 “Canadian Comedy Award” for best newcomer.
When people see Subhah Agarwal writing jokes, they often ask her why she’s doing homework at the bar. When not screaming into a pillow, you can find her getting ID’d by bouncers outside of New York comedy clubs, with regular appearances at New York Comedy Club, Greenwich, Broadway, & the Laughing Devil. She has performed at the New York Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, and was a featured comedian on PBS’s popular web series “Modern Comedian”
Joe Larson has appeared on The Bob & Tom Show”, on The Tonight Show’s Laugh Squad, “Laughs” on FOX, Gotham Comedy Live, and on the Speed Channel. He’s even had the time to fit in an appearance on the film, “Stand-Up 360”.
Carmen Lynch is a NYC-based comedian who recently made her second appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman. She’s been a semi-finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and has performed several times for the troops in Iraq and Kuwait. Carmen has also appeared on Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer & HBO Canada’s Funny As Hell.
In the history of NBC’s hit show, “America’s Got Talent”, only four stand-up comics have made it to the final ten; Gary Vider is one of them! A favorite of Howard Stern throughout Season Ten, Gary’s deadpan style rocked the house repeatedly at Radio City Music Hall and his “Boobisippi” joke even won Heidi Klum’s approval and trended nationwide on Twitter! Gary has also made a stand-up appearance on TBS “Conan”.
The Stone twins (“Stone and Stone”) were semi-finalists on “Last Comic Standing,” they were the leads in a series of Verizon FiOS commercials, and they have performed on New York Friars Club roasts for people including Dennis Rodman, George Takei and Padma Lakshmi. They also host a web series presented by truTV called “Grown up, Grown down,” which accompanies the show “How to be a Grown Up.”
Kevin McCaffrey is a comedian & writer based out of New York City. He made his network TV debut on The Late Show with David Letterman in November of 2013 (after which he was hired as a warm-up comic for the show), and he currently appears every week on truTV’s Greatest Ever series, and truTV Presents: World’s Dumbest. He is also a regular on Comedy Knockout on truTV. Kevin’s previous television appearances include VH1’s I Love the 2000s, History Channel’s I Love the 1880s, as well as The Edge & Christian Show and The List on the WWE Network.
Michael Harrison is one of the most in-demand touring comics today, and has also found time to develop a solid acting resume with appearances on MTV’s Video on Trial, NBC’s The Bridge, Queer as Folk, the TBS movie The Jazzman and as a co-host on E-West, along with his own nationally televised half-hour comedy special. Avid radio listeners may have also heard him on the popular Bob and Tom radio program or on Sirius XM, where he is in constant rotation. Michael has also been featured in several prestigious comedy festivals including Just for Laughs, Laugh Fest, Laughing Skull Festival, and the LOL Sudbury Comedy festival.
Meghan Hanley recently made her television debut on AXS TV’s Live at Gotham Program. She tours the country and regularly opens for Nick DiPaolo.