Long before Finesse became a cast member on Saturday Night Live, he made quite an impact in the world of stand-up comedy. If you want to know whether to buy that pair of skinny jeans, by all means, ask your girlfriends. But when it comes to men – ask Finesse.
The Chicago Tribune argues he's a "hysterical hybrid of Hunter Thompson and Charles Osgood," although the Washington Post portrays him as "the dark Prince of doubt." All agree Durst is America's premier political comic.
A top-notch writer and engaging performer, Dixon combines a conversational style with tight, punchy material, all fueled by a uniquely off-kilter comedic sensibility.
With topics ranging from Columbine to Donkey Kong, JR expertly blends seemingly opposing subjects into a hilarious mix.
Lisa Landry is one of the most fearless and innovative women working in the New York City stand-up comedy scene.
One of the funniest young comics on the New York stand-up circuit with a host of TV and radio credits to his name including "Def Comedy Jam," and "Chappelle's Show."
A Bay Area comedian, writer, and director for more than ten years , W. Kamau Bell lists his comedic influences as Cracked Magazine, Kentucky Fried Movie, and Malcolm X.
After quitting a comfy day job working for Procter & Gamble in 2001, he's made excellent strides in following his passion for making people laugh.
After ten years drowning in "Minnesota nice", Pete recently moved to New York to get in touch with his inner prick. In NYC, Pete finally found his voice.
One of the rising young comedians in the country and around the world, Ted's laid back style offers something for everyone, combining hilarious observations with hysterical physical comedy.
Matt became a full-fledged stand-up comedian in Chicago performing in both the 2001 and 2002 Chicago Comedy Festivals, he also was a founding member of the seminal improv group The Seaning.
Original, brash and smart combining energetic performance with viciously funny writing.
On stage, Tracey's good ol' southern upbringing, sprinkled with stories of living in the Midwest, creates a performance of seamless storytelling and earned her the prestigious nomination by Campus Activities Magazine as Best Female Performer in 2008.
A Comedy Central's Laugh Riots Competition finalist and a performer at the prestigious Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy and Arts Festival, Chad made his network television debut on CBS' The Late Late Show in 2004.
Kinno delivers insightful and raucous narratives on topics ranging from the menial tasks of daily life, to relationships, pop culture, and his unusual Russian heritage with a truly unique perspective.
With work in cable TV, network TV, writing, acting, etc.--Robert Hawkins' first love is performing comedy in front of a live audience, and obviously he's pretty damn good at it.
Often described as "refreshing" and "twisted," go watch him before he is struck by lightning and/or cast as a cheesy sidekick in a horribly written sitcom.
He Performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival in 06 and made his American television debut on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham."
Nominated for Best Female Comic 2007 by the Chicago Comedy Awards, she was Rooftop Comedy's hand-picked stand-up winner at Chicago's Snubfest competition, securing herself a spot in the 2009 Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival.
A medium energy act without the gift to sell a joke with actions alone, at twenty three, Tommy is already a favorite at comedy clubs all across the country.
With his ability to put a funny and unique spin on topics such as race, religion and politics, Ty demonstrates that comedy can be funny and thought-provoking.
Full of talent, so take note of this funny lady as the audiences have fallen in love with her unique comedy style and stage presence. Viciously likeable (If there is such a thing).
With her high energy and hilarious stories keeping audiences on the edge of their seats, Jessi joins us this year as the winner of Rooftop Comedy's People's Choice Comic online competition.
A seasoned comic who has performed in Iraq, the UK, forty of the fifty US States, the Montreal Comedy Festival and a laundromat, her finely crafted jokes make her one of comedy's funniest women.
College Comedy Finalists
The Golden Shingle
The Silver Nail
Best Club for Emerging Talent
Best Club to Work
Best Online Comedy Forum
Best Online Comedy Industry Publication
Best Sketch Comedy Web Series
Best Comedy Twitter
The Best of the Fest
Viewer's Choice: Clip of the Year 2009
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