More bang for your buck - 10 national headliners in one show!With PAUL MORRISSEY (Comics Unleashed), JOEY MEDINA (Showtime, Loco Comedy Jam), LISA ALVARADO (Comics Unleashed, MTV), LOU SANTINI, MATT FULCHIRON (Tosh.0, Comedy Central Presents), RANDY KAGAN (Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson) and more
Joey Medina,a Puerto Rican who was born and raised in the Bronx, New York, is one of the freshest and funniest comedians around today. Joey spent most of his teen years perfecting his boxing skills that would one day earn him a state Championship as a professional and a shot at the world title before becoming a heavy-hitter in the comedy arena. Joey is a veteran of over 50 television appearances and he just completed his own SHOWTIME Comedy Special, “Taking off the Gloves.” He headlines comedy clubs, casinos and theaters throughout the United States and has also toured Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Most recently toured alongside, Russell Peters in New Zealand and Australia where he performed in front of over 36,000 fans. He also has proudly performed for the US Armed Forces during wartime in Bosnia, Kosovo, Kuwait and Iraq several times, as well as the USS Roosevelt aircraft carrier. Joey also starred in Paramount Picture’s “The Original Latin Kings of Comedy” with Cheech Marin, Paul Rodriguez, George Lopez and Alex Reymundo. Recently Joey produced & directed “Cholo Comedy Slam” a brand new comedy and music special hitting stores July 27, 2010. He also starred in “Latin Palooza” – A hilarious DVD that Joey hosted and produced. Which followed his award winning debut comedy CD “Below the Belt.” He can also be seen on “Cheech Marin and Friends: Live From South Beach” DVD by Comedy Central and “Comedy on Steroids” & “Nightclub Girls” DVDs both distributed by Laughing Hyena. His first screenplay, “El Matador” in which he made his directorial debut, swept the 8th Annual East Los Angeles Chicano Film Festival in 2002 by winning Best Film, Best Director and Best Acting awards. The film is currently available on DVD through Maverick Entertainment. Joey wrote, produced and hosted Sí TV’s first scripted television show, “Circumsized Cinema.” In addition, Joey is also recognized as one of the hosts and producers of “Loco Comedy Jam,” a stand-up comedy show featuring some of the best Latino comedians in the country on Mun2 Television. He was had a co-staring role in the action-comedy “Zombie Strippers” with Jenna Jameson and Robert Englund (Freddy Kruger). Latin Style Magazine says “Joey Medina is one of the few comedians that can bridge together urban with mainstream comedy to make his style a hit throughout the country.”
Lou Santini began his entertainment career with 11 years as a radio broadcaster in Northeast Ohio before transitioning into standup comedy, TV hosting, acting, writing, and voiceovers in Los Angeles. He won the 2011 Detroit Comedy Festival and the 2004 San Diego Comedy Festival. His TV hosting and comedy work include regular appearances on "Reelz Channel", with acting and standup comedy performances on “Frank TV”, and "TV Guide Network" (now “Pop”). He was one of the writers and co-hosts of the popular web series “1TrackMind" as well as a series regular on the digital series, “Those Guys”. He has performed in all the clubs in Los Angeles and headlined at clubs, colleges and corporate events all over the country. He's the voice of "Slim" on the hugely popular video game, "Evolve". He also has two books available on Amazon: "101 Weird Conversations with Mom" and, "How to Go from Wedding Hell to Wedding Bells: Your Wedding Shouldn't Need a Survival Guide". He also is the co-writer and co-executive producer of the movie: “30 Dates on Craigslist”. His second full-length comedy album, "Let's Get Bloated" is available on iTunes and Amazon.
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*Commercial / Theatrical / Print Representation: Howard Talent West
*Voiceover Representation: Solid Talent
As a kid, I always liked comedy and would listen to albums by George Carlin, Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, and Lenny Bruce. Despite my enjoyment of these great talents, I decided to pursue an unfunny career and left Los Angeles for San Francisco State College to be a lawyer. When that did not hold my attention, I switched majors and ended up getting a Bachelor of. Art Degree in Communications.