Hugh Moore: Hugh Moore's comedy journey began on the streets of NY where he was raised by his parents, a poor farrier and coppersmith team collectively known as the metallics.
While performing on the NY comedy scene Moore, affectionately known as "Catwoman" was an immediate stand out. His low key, deadpan, yet regal demeanor enabled him to perform regularly at the premiere comedy club The Comic Strip. Moore honed his skills at the club nightly and he wrote daily.
Working for Vibe led to him wearing normal clothing and writing on other shows such as MTV's The Lyricist Lounge Show, Fox's The Best Damn Sports Show Period and head writer on MTV's Nick Cannon Presents: Wildnout. The show that entered MooreÂ’s name into the history books for being the lowest paid head writer in the history of television. Moore continues to perform standup all over the country.
His goals are to win an Emmy award and kick Tito Santana in the head.
Tobe Hixx: Tobe Hixx was born in Miami, Florida. At six months old he went to Omaha, Nebraska to be raised by his grandparents. Because he was a skinny kid he was often ridiculed by his classmates. Now today Tobe Hixx is one of Americas's Funniest Comedians. He credits that time for developing the thick skin needed in this business.
Tobe Hixx began his Comedy career in San Diego, California. Where he was voted San Diego's Funniest Man! During his Comedic journey, Tobe Hixx has done thousands of shows across the world. He is one of the most well traveled and respected Comedians in the industry. Tobe is also a Military favorite performing in over 15 countries including Iraq and Afghanistan. He received the highest medal of recognition for entertaining our troops.
Tobe is a versatile Comedian who can make an audience erupt with clean or adult material. When you come to see Tobe Hixx you will appreciate the Comedic ride he will take you on.
The La Times writes "Tobe Hixx is a true comedian". He works the crowd until everyone is laughing and then he gets even funnier. Great Show! Tremendous Artist! He is worth every penny of admission! Tobe Hixx has been seen in sketches on " The Tonight Show w/Jay Leno. The Doctors (Man Cave Segment). Operation Repo, 1000 Ways to Die! As well as numerous stand-up TV performances. Tobe resides in Studio City, California where he's close to all the action in Hollywood.
Matt Champagne: Matt Champagne has been making his living acting in various TV shows, movies and commercials for about fifteen years now: TV stuff like "Providence," "Will and Grace," "Working," "The Tick," "Angel," "Monk," "CSI Miami," "Boston Legal," "Numbers," "Medium," "Reaper," "'Til Death," "The Ghost Whisperer," "Retired at 35" and "Miss Match" with Alicia Silverstone who--Matt has convinced himself--had a crush on him. (Matt Champagne can be more than slightly delusional at times.); movie stuff like "The Continued Adventures of Reptile Man," "The Pentagon Wars" (almost typed "Pentagon Warts"), "The Specials," "For Christ’s Sake," "Crime and Punishment in Suburbia," and "Superhero Movie." Matt Champagne also played Piper Perabo’s husband in the Diane Keaton film "Because I Said So," something for which THEY paid HIM; commercial stuff like Home Depot, McDonald’s, Jack-in-the Box, IHOP, PODS, Dell Computer, Sprint, IMAX, Continental Airlines, AT&T and a bunch of other stuff that Matt Champagne is sure you’d be perfectly bored to hear about. Matt Champagne has also done stand-up comedy around Los Angeles at places like The Hollywood Improv, The World Famous Comedy Store, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, The Ice House and The Comedy Union. Matt Champagne has opened and/or featured for major headliners like Nick Swardson, Jon Reep, Christopher Titus, J. Chris Newburg, Tom Rhodes, Rich Vos, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Jamie Kennedy. Matt Champagne also likes to play the bass guitar and will never pass up an opportunity to drop a groove on your ass. Matt Champagne has just discovered he’s uncomfortable using the word "ass" in his bio and promises not to do it again. Matt Champagne’s bio is now complete.
Ed Galvez: Ed Galvez has been doing stand-up since moving to LA in the Summer of 1998. Ed got his start studying at UCB, IO West, Second City, ACME, and The Groundlings. Ed has written and performed in many sketch shows, and can be regularly seen performing with his improv team Pangea, as well as doing stand-up all over the country. Ed also performed his one man show "Love Life Limb" at top comedy venues all across the country. Ed has appeared in numerous national and local commercials, MTV's Paris Hilton's My New BFF, and was featured in The History Channel's documentary History of the Joke hosted by Lewis Black.
Currently Ed co-hosts The Fort Podcast (www.thefortcast.com) with Mike Costantini & Kevin Ford and is the host of his weekly show "The Ed Galvez Punk House," at M.I.'s Westside Comedy Theater, where every Wednesday he features national headlining comics, underground heroes as well as the best up & comers. His album "Why are Things Weird" is available for download on Itunes and Amazon.
Nate Craig: Nate Craig is one of the most well traveled young comedians in the country. His exciting live shows and cutting edge writing have been enjoyed in all corners of the United States and Canada. He has been featured on the Bob & Tom Radio show, and has written for NPRs A Prairie Home Companion, with Garrison Keillor. Aside from being the creator and Executive producer of The Visitors Locker Room on Fearless Radio, www.fearlessradio.com, his latest full length comedy album, Crap Circus, is a regular feature on XM satellite radio. Nate was a featured performer in last years HBO Las Vegas Comedy Festival and was also featured at the 2007 DC Comedy Festival. Nate has also appeared on NBCs hit show, Medium produced by Rene Echevarria, and taped for Last Call with Carson Daly. An established performer with national credentials, Nate is well on his way to becoming one of Americas top entertainers.