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Hot Comic All-Stars

Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
  • Tymon Shipp

    Tymon Shipp

  • Barry Marder

    Barry Marder

  • Scott Henry

    Scott Henry

  • Chris James

    Chris James

  • Amy Ashton

    Amy Ashton

  • Andrew Sleighter

    Andrew Sleighter

  • Ticket Price: $3.00
  • Show Type: Stand Up
  • Showroom: Stage 2
  • 18 & over
    Two drink minimum per person
  • Door Time: 07:30 PM

Description: Featuring stand-up a variety of Ice House favorites. With TYMOAN SHIPP, BARRY MARDER, SCOTT HENRY, CHRIS JAMES, AMY ASHTON, ANDREW SLEIGHTER and more!

BARRY MARDER will be reading from his “Letters for a Nut” series of books. Barry Marder has performed as opening act for Jerry Seinfeld.   Marder wrote for Bill Maher, Jay Leno, David Letterman, and the talk show Night Stand with Dick Dietrick. Marder also co-wrote the Dreamworks film Bee Movie, with Seinfeld, Spike Feresten, and Andy Robin, in 2007. In 2012, a promo video for Seinfeld's widely successful new Internet series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee features Barry Marder and will debut on September 6, 2012. Under the pseudonym "Ted L. Nancy" — now a trademark of Marder's— Marder wrote a series of books of prank letters, together with their responses. Books in the series include: Letters from a Nut, More Letters from a Nut, Extra Nutty! Even More Letters from a Nut, Hello Junk Mail!, Ted L. Nancy’s Afternoon Stories, and All New Letters from a Nut.  The first three books in the series were co-written with comedian Bruce Baum. In 2012, a video for Seinfeld’s widely successful new Internet series "Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee" identifies Marder as Ted L. Nancy.

Scott Henry known for his appearances on Chelsea Lately, Sports Soup and King of Queens.

Tymon Shipp who has made 9 appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, won the best male comedian at the 2006 Las Vegas Comedy Festival and works as a L.A. county probation officer.
Chris James is a British-American comedian and seen on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as well as the lead in his own award winning short film, Master Dread.

Amy Ashton is a stand-up turned executive producer for several TV shows she wrote and created on E!  She does Red Carpet interviews for MTV award shows.  Amy has also starred in numberous commercials like Super Bowl Bud Select and Quiznoz’s as a lounge singer and was featured in the movie “Soccer Mom’s Secrets”.  Amy also is an author and written a book, How to Score with a Girl, By a Girl.”

Andrew Sleighter recently wrote and blogged for the Sports Show with Norm Macdonald on Comedy Central and you can see him on the the MTV prank show "Money From Strangers

Tymon Shipp: For more than 20 years, Tymon Shipp has been entertaining and bringing laughter to audiences everywhere with his clean yet hilarious comedy routines, poking fun at himself, his childhood, everyday life, and human relationships. An East Saint Louis native, Tymon moved to Los Angeles via Denver in 1989. Since then he has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno nine times and has performed at such venues as Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at the Tropicana in Las Vegas, and the LAX Hilton to audiences of over 1000 people. Tymon was in the top 10 of the Las Vegas Comedy Festival Competition. In addition, Tymon was the winner of the "Ultimate Laff Down Comedy" contest and winner of the LA Womens Theater Festival Spotlight Comedy Competition. Early this year Tymon appeared on the Craig Shoemaker Radio Show. Based in Los Angeles, he is a regular feature at many popular comedy clubs such as Regency West, L.A. Cabaret, Mixed Nuts Comedy Club, Ontario Improv Comedy Club, The Ice House, and Laff Stop. His ongoing night club performances include The Improv in Santa Monica, the Laugh Factory on Sunset, and many others. He also appears regularly at corporate, social and charity events and private parties throughout Southern California

Scott Henry:  Scott’s career as a stand-up comedian and actor was launched at the Montreal Comedy Festival. Following the festival, he had three consecutive talent holding deals – two with ABC and one with UPN. Scott has appeared on “The King Of Queens,” “Chelsea Lately,” and “Sports Soup,” as well as in specials for Comedy Central and VH-1. He has opened for an array of high – profile comics including Ellen DeGeneres, Dana Carvey, and Jeff Foxworthy, and headlines in major comedy clubs around the country. He has also been to over 50 countries entertaining U.S. troops, including Afghanistan and Iraq. Scott has also voiced more than 100 commercial for companies such as Toyota, Netflix, Coors, and Fram. He is known in the corporate world for his well-rounded versatility and top level comedy and hosting skills.