Description: ONE OF THE HOTTEST SHOWS IN THE COUNTRY STARRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF COMEDY STARS!
Michael Yo: Michael Yo is an actor, television host and correspondent, Hollywood expert and stand-up comedian. He is best known for his work on the E! programs CHELSEA LATELY, THE DAILY 10, E! NEWS, EXTRA, KOURTNEY & KHLOE TAKE MIAMI and his own show YO ON E. In Jan of 2013 Michael started at omg! Insider as the Fill in Host/Correspondent. He has also been a correspondent on SHOWBIZ TONIGHT and TODAY. In April of 2012, YAHOO Launched "THE YO SHOW on YAHOO" A show that highlights Michael's unique personality and take on celebrities and pop culture. Catch Michael on the silver screen in Losing Control and in the upcoming Sofia Coppola's Bling Ring. Michael has appeared at numerous comedy clubs across the country including Improv’s, Stand-Up Live, Palms Hotel, Laugh Factory, Comedy Store, Comedy Juice just to name a few.
Nick Guerra: With just under a few years into stand up, Nick Guerra has won over crowds from all walks of life. Whether it is performing from clubs to colleges to any place with a stage, Nick has shown that dedication and continuous work has paid off. His style balances all topics. Current events, relationship humor, and personal stories have become his arsenal when given a microphone and some time. Many times the crowds never knew what to expect with Nick but were rarely disappointed.
Along with stand up, Nick was a writer, asst. director, actor and story producer for the Mun 2 reality show "Pitbull's La Esquina" second season, a writer for the Dallas based "Elementz" magazine and is currently working on a reality show for 2011 season.
Jason Collings: JASON COLLINGS
Jason Collings spent his youth growing up in the heart of Long Beach, CA with his identical twin brother, mom and dad. During his elementary days, Jason was known for being a bit of a jokester. This passion for humor only intensified as he reached his teen years. Lacking focus, Jason's father put him into martial arts at age 12. Jason later went on to compete in tournaments and win several local and national 1st place titles. He gained prominent status in the fighting word and eventually trained side by side with Royce Gracie. When other stand up comedians were beginning their careers, Jason, at age 21, was opening his own Martial Arts School.
As his passion for Martial Arts grew, so did his passion for comedy. He began idolizing comics like George Carlin, Eddie Murphy, Richard Pryor and Jim Carrey. He would breathe in every 'special' he could get his hands. He began to wonder if he too could be a stand up comedian. This dream became more practical when the gravity of reality struck at the heart of his career. At age 34, Jason sustained a major leg injury during training and he was told that he would never run again. Jason found his career in Martial Arts coming to a screeching halt.
At age 35, after a long recovery from surgery, Jason knew he needed to consider a new career. While continuing to run a successful school, he decided to look up his first and long time love, comedy. He began writing material based on his life experiences, his family and his two boys. Unknowingly, Jason's ultimate decision to step on stage would rest on one more pivotal moment.
In 2006, Jason’s father was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Knowing that it may be his father’s only chance to see him on stage, Jason made it his purpose to find a decent venue. He convinced a local Hollywood club to give him stage time, saying that he had been doing it for several years. 15 Minutes later, Jason found his purpose. The club made him an instant weekly regular never knowing that he fibbed his way in the door.
Like 99% of all other comedians, Jason has always had a love for comedy. It has been in his heart since he was just a small boy. The 1% percent that makes him different is that in only 3 years time, he has sky rocketed ahead of the pack. Starting his career at age 35, he has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in comedy. He has toured with Jo Koy and most recently, Carlos Mencia. He is a well known regular at major comedy clubs including The Improv, The Laugh Factory, The Ice House, The Punchline and The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club. Jason's unique brand of observational humor and his ability to paint a picture with his physical comedy will have you falling out of your seats and begging for more.
"All I care about is being on stage and doing comedy.” Jason Collings
Pauly Casillas: Pauly has already made an impact as one of the most prolific and wittiest comedians out today. With a blend of realism and refreshing cleverness, Pauly has mastered the craft of joke writing and is only getting better. Pauly has worked with such comedians as Russell Peters, Chris D’elia, Kyle Kinane, Neal Brennan, Jeff Dye, Maria Bamford, and Eric Andre. Before he started doing stand-up, Pauly gained success and notoriety on the social media website Twitter. With such accounts as @NotGaryBusey, @BestWorstAdvice and @PaulyPeligroso, Pauly has accumulated a following of over half a million people and that number is growing daily. In 2009, Pauly’s @NotGaryBusey account was featured on MSNBC.com as #6 in the “Top 10 Funniest People on Twitter” article, then again in 2010 by Business Insider. He is also considered one of the 50 most “Funny and Insightful Tweeters” on the website Favstar.com. Pauly has had numerous articles featured on FunnyorDie.com. In 2011, Pauly was named “Tucson’s Top Twitterer” by Arizona Foothills magazine. He has also been nominated by NationalLampoon.com under the category “Most Offensive Male” for his stinging one-liners and is being considered for a writing position for Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live.