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Alex Malt has survived social anxiety, PTSD, rehab, a police beating, two parachute malfunctions, and one drowning in the Zambezi River…and came out the other side with jokes. What didn’t kill him definitely didn’t make him stronger, but it did make him funnier. And he’ll take that! (Head injuries work in mysterious ways…) Originally from Boston, Alex Malt has been working in Los Angeles for over a decade. He has appeared on Comedy Central, Sirius/XM Radio and A&E, as well as worked with Jay Leno, Kyle Kinane, Trevor Wallace, Laurie Kilmartin, Joe DeRosa, Brian Kiley, Emma Willmann and more!

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Beau Lerner is a standup comedian from Michigan, currently residing in Chicago. Beau was a finalist in the Ridley’s Detroit to LA challenge in 2022, you can usually find him at Second City or the Laugh Factory in Chicago!

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Ben Frank is a New York-based stand-up comedian, who began his comedy career in Shanghai, China. Ben's comedy has been featured on SiriusXM and has won him numerous competitions, including the World Series of Comedy in New Orleans and the Laugh After Dark Clean Comedy Award. He has also been named Best of Fest at Burbank Comedy Festival, Laugh Out Loveland, and Four Corners Comedy Festival. Ben released his debut comedy album “Goodbye Shanghai” in 2022, and during his time in China, he became the first comedian to headline a stand-up show in Wuhan following the city’s infamous 76-day lockdown from COVID-19.

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Brad Rigler is a touring comedian living in Indianapolis with his wife and two kids she swears are his. He is a regular at Cracker's and Helium Comedy Clubs. Brad is best known as the host of the "Roast War Championship (roast battles inside a steel cage)." He can be seen every week on WHMB's Dr. Gutty's Comedy Clinic. He describes his comedic style as, "dumb jokes for smart people—but still come even if you're dumb. We don't want you wandering the streets."

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Comedian, actor, and hilarious force to be reckoned with! Seen on Ryan Reynolds' "Discontinued" and shining bright in films like "Rent Due" and "Hey Mr. Postman." Chris adds humor to the beat, appearing in music videos alongside rap heavyweights Roddy Ricch, 42 Dugg, Gunna, Young Thug, and Cordae. This seasoned performer has graced stages nationwide, sharing laughs and opening for comedy legends such as Kevin Nealon, Damon Wayans Jr., Tommy Davidson, Chris Kattan, and Faizon Love.

Jamal Coleman is a tour-de-force comedian, actor, producer, freestyle rapper, and improviser. He is also a radio show producer and founder of the "Silly Ass Podcast." An idea on a napkin that he landed on the legendary Kevin Smith's "Toad Hop Network." He's worked with prominent outlets such as Mother Jones, LA Talk Radio, Jeff Garcia’s podcast, and Da Breaks Podcast. On top of his impressive comedy resume, Jamal has won comedy freestyle rap battles and performed on ABC, CBS, and VH1. Now with a residency in Vegas, Jamal is delivering the funny weekly at LA Comedy Club.

Manny Petty (he/him) is a Chicago-based stand-up comedian and musician somewhere between Tom Petty and a Mani-Pedi. He is a first-generation Sicilian-American, happily gay-married househusband, and former punk rocker turned clown. Manny is the writer and performer of Thirst Trap Salon at the Newport Theater and has headlined shows at The Laugh Factory, Laugh It Uptown, Laughs at Atmosphere, and The Comedy Clubhouse. You can catch Manny’s unique form of physical comedy and storytelling in his new stand-up comedy special “Pasta Spice” on YouTube.

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Zach Mama is a French-American stand-up comedian, jazz drummer, director, and writer. He began his journey in 2012 when he left Paris to pursue a career in jazz drumming in the vibrant city of Philadelphia. Zach's talent and dedication have garnered recognition, with notable achievements including winning the 2022 Honolulu Stand Up Tournament and earning "Best Of The Fest" title at the 2023 Rubber City Comedy Festival in Akron, Ohio. Last year, he performed in 22 different states, sharing stages with esteemed comedians like DC legend Tony Woods, Sam Tallent, and Shaun Latham.

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