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Comedy Juice has been called one of the top live comedy brands in the world. They attract the best up-and coming comics along with stars. From before-they-were-famous to current appearances, they’ve had comics like Sarah Silverman, Daniel Tosh, Aziz Ansari, Dane Cook, Dave Chappelle, Joe Rogan, Marc Maron, Jeff Ross, Whitney Cummings, Chelsea Handler and Ben Gleib. Every Thursday at 10 p.m.
Amir K is one of the fastest rising young comedians in Los Angeles. Born in Tehran, Iran and raised in Southern California, his comedy is a hilarious blend of character work, storytelling and improvisation shaped by a multi-cultural upbringing. Amir can be seen in Ben Affleck's upcoming film "Argo" and has been featured on DFDTV's Live-Laughs. He recently won Tommy T's Stand-Up competition and has won the 100 comic Ultimate Laff-Down stand-up competition in Southern California. In 2010 Amir K won OC’s Funniest stand-up competition, was a performer on this year's CBS Diversity Showcase, and was a finalist in NBC’s renowned Stand-Up for Diversity Showcase. With a relentless work ethic, Amir K performs nightly on stages all over the world with many of the most respected comedians in the business.
If you are looking for someone who knows the meaning of the word "no" then keep looking because if you ask anyone who knows him, Maronzio Vance refuses to acknowledge the word even exists. Making people laugh for as long as he can remember, this witty, sarcastic, storytelling North Carolina-born comedian/actor (who also refuses to accept the fact that he comes from the South because his state starts with "North") once waited in a men's bathroom for two and a half hours for a chance to meet the Kings of Comedy.
If you haven't seen him in any local bathrooms, you may have seen him on The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, Jamie Foxx’s Laffaplooza on Comedy Central, Wanda Sykes: Wanda Does It, Last Call with Carson Daly, writing for The Boondocks or Last Comic Standing. People can mistake his comedy and conversation as being sarcastic, but let him tell it: "When I started out I asked Steve Harvey the key to becoming a good comedian. He paused and told me how much his suit cost. I can only give what I'm given. See you in the restroom people."
I don't ask people without arms to point me in the right direction -Maronzio Vance