Corporate Comedian

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RobFee

The Most Wonderful Person You'll Ever Meet??
Los Angeles, CA

Rob is a comedian, host, and show creator originally from Kentucky. He was a producer on the Ellen show, stars on the Netflix series Cooking on High and Disney XD's The Attack, and has appeared on Comedy Central, MTV, Go90, Fox, CNN, SourceFed, and numerous others. His debut comedy album hit number one on the iTunes comedy charts in the US and Canada. He currently hosts weekly shows for Skybound, Live.Me, and PROHBTD and loves pro wrestling more than any adult should.

Katsy the QraftyQomic

Actress~Qomic~Quirky Qrafter!
Los Angeles, CA

Katsy is a vested actress and qrafty qomic! Some of her TV/Film creds include THE VEIL, TRUE LIES, ROSEANNE, TORCHWOOD and ER and Hollywood Squares. Numerous gigs include a Berber Camp in the Sahara Desert, day show for rocket scientists at NASA/JPL and qomedy shows in elementary schools for kids. Katsy has toured World Wide doing shows in Iraq, Bahrain, Kuwait, Djibouti, and Japan. She was voted Entertainer of the year by the Bob Hope USO shows. Fee Negotiable-Please Inquire

Clean Comedian Ron Ruhman

"Impressively funny" Time Magazine
Los Angeles, CA

Ron headlines Clubs, Colleges, Corporate and Church events, throughout the United States and Canada. He has opened for many talented performers including Leon Redbone, Judy Tenuta, Jimmy Brogan, Don Friesen, and James P Connolly, done audience warm-up on several productions including Castle Rock Pictures “Forget Paris” starring Billy Crystal, and appeared on numerous television shows including “America’s Funniest People”, Comedytime TV, KTLA’s Find Me a Comic, and Boston Legal

Johnny Beehner

Johnny Beehner as seen on Late Show with Letterman
Los Angeles, CA

Johnny Beehner puts on a funny show. He’s got everything you want from a comic: He’s silly, he’s likable, and he’s fun. Beehner made his network television debut in January of 2015 as one of the last comedians to appear on the Late Show with David Letterman. He has made numerous appearances on FOX’s “Laughs” television show, has appeared on AXS tv’s “Gotham Comedy Live,” and regularly appears on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show. His comedy can be heard regularly on XM/ Sirius Satellite radio. Other notable and accomplishments of Johnny’s include winning First place in Comcast’s 2014 season of “Trial By Laughter,” placing third in the 2014 “Laughing Skull Comedy Festival” of Atlanta, and making it to the finals in the 2012 “Great American Comedy Festival”. He was named one of Ricky Gervais’ Top 5 picks in the “Just Sayin” stand up contest. Johnny's a married man, a new dad, and his current life goal is to win just one argument with his beautiful wife.

Denny Corby

Mind Reader & Magician
Scranton, PA

Most of us grew up believing in magic. Grandfathers made quarters appear out of thin air. Men in black suits with white gloves cut people in half and pulled furry animals out of tall hats. Somewhere along the line, though, we grew up. We stuffed that love for magic into a plastic TMNT lunchbox and tucked it away to make way for life in the “real world.” Not Denny Corby. Denny fell in love with magic as a young kid growing up in Scranton, PA. His parents did everything they could to stir up his enthusiasm. They enrolled Denny in every magic class he could find and encouraged him to perform for friends and family as often as possible. The kid had a clear knack for entertainment. Denny’s family owned the only paper company in Scranton. Naturally, that made The Office a TV staple in the Corby house. If you met him, you’d swear he was a cross between Michael Scott and Jim Halpert (with a little bit of Andy Bernard thrown in). At the age of 16, Denny went to work for his parents. Between the paper business and a cleaning company his family owned, Denny had a hand in literally everything. From stripping floors and waxing bathrooms to loading trucks and making sales calls, Denny worked his tail off in the "real world.” Still, he couldn’t leave magic behind. While working for his parents, he continued to perform on nights and weekends. Denny began his college career at Marywood University in Scranton and finished it in 2004 at Bay State College in Boston. After school, he went back to work for his parents. He loved being a part of what his family had built but the tension between his day job and his passion for magic started to overwhelm him. Finally, Denny’s family encouraged him to step out and take a risk in doing what he truly loved. Four years later, Denny is a wildly successful magician, entertainer, and keynote speaker. He performs regularly for a slew of corporate clients including Comcast, Tyson Foods, Berkshire Hathaway, and BMW. His shows range from intimate office gatherings of 20 to crowds of 2500 and everything in between. Through appearances on major cable networks like Fox and NBC, Denny has graced television screens across the country. He’s also put out an instructional DVD, Magic Tricks Now, showing people how to use some of his favorite tricks to impress their friends, family, coworkers, and even strangers. Wherever you meet him, Denny is guaranteed to make your day. He's a warm-hearted goofball who lives to make people laugh and see them smile. You'll never find him any happier than when he’s cracking jokes and having fun with friends, family, and even complete strangers. At the end of each show, somebody always asks whether magic is real. Denny’s answer is simple. For whatever bit of time he has, a magician gets to pull a crowd of people out of their crazy lives and fill them with a sense of joy and wonder. Instead of worrying about their jobs or their finances, each audience member is right there in their seat loving every minute of the show. That’s where the real magic lies. When Denny’s not busy making full-sized automobiles appear out of thin air (yes, he actually did that), you’ll catch him making bowling pins disappear down at the local Strike

Sergio Marzitelli

Now Accepting Booking For All Types of Events
Scranton, PA

Sergio Marzitelli performs a wide range of comedy, drawing from his own life experiences with friends, girlfriends, and everything in between. Sergio blends crowd work with relatable true stories, making for a truly unique comedy experience. Sergio won the 2015 NEPA Scene Competition and was a Finalist in the Florida's Funniest Comedian competition. He was voted The Weekender Magazines Best Comedian in their 2015, 2016 and 2017 Readers Choice Awards. Sergio performs all over the East Coast, from Miami, FL to Montreal, Canada. Recently, Sergio has become the voice of PA Cage Fight, an MMA promotion. As the ring announcer, Sergio brings his deep, booming voice and the stage presence he honed as a comedian to the job.

Liam Hales

Comic - Actor - Writer - Giant
Los Angeles, CA

At first glance, Liam Hales and his Viking-build would seem better suited to entertain the masses on any given Sunday, but thankfully, his knees are made of raisins. His insightful, fun and savvy routine touches on anything going on in his life, his head, the world or the Multi-verse. Book him today! Your audience will thank you for it.

Evan Wecksell

Guitar-Playing Comedian Featured on Conan, VH1 and The Goldbergs
Los Angeles, CA

Comedian Evan Wecksell has flown over 500,000 miles to perform in 46 states. Evan’s act is blend of comedy, music and improvisation that is spontaneous, energetic amd hilarious. He is most recognized from VH1’s “I Love the 80s,” E! “30 Outrageous Celebrity Feuds,” Conan, The Goldbergs amd The Gong Show. His Youtube following of over 12,000 subscribers has also earned him credits with ESPN, WWE and WFAN (NY’s #1 sports talk station). You can also check out Evan’s podcast “Socially Awkward” on Apple Podcasts amd Google Play where he interviews a random Facebook friend each episode. FunnyEvan.com @evanwecksell

Reem Edan

Muslim Comedienne with an Edge
Los Angeles, CA

Reem is a first-generation Iraqi-American comedian, writer and actor based in LA. Her quirky-yet-edgy material covers everything from her cross-cultural upbringing, to minority challenges, to the struggles of leading a semi-hallal lifestyle. Reem has performed at venues across the country (Laugh Factory-LA, Comedy Store-LA, Gotham-NY, the Stand-NY) and internationally (London, Berlin, Amsterdam). She also writes and performs in origjnal sketches for WhoHaha (Elizabeth Banks' comedy venture) and has her own humor column on SWAAY.com

Elliott Morgan

Elliott Morgan is a stand-up comedian and writer.
Los Angeles, CA

Elliott Morgan combines brutal honesty with intelligent commentary. He got his start as part of the massively popular YouTube channel, SourceFed, where he helped attract 1.5 million subscribers. In 2015, Elliott released his first comedy special, “Premature,” which is now streaming on Vimeo-on-Demand, as well as Fullscreen. He most recently wrote, starred in, and executive produced a twenty-minute pilot called “Bad Influencers” for Fullscreen, and he’s worked as a writer and performer in both traditional and digital outlets. Elliott hosts the pre-show for Spike’s Lip Sync Battle, which is executive produced by Jimmy Fallon. He is an expert host with skills in public speaking, interviewing, and improv. He performs stand-up comedy multiple times a week and has put together two successful stand-up tours on both coasts of the United States. He’s currently finishing up his second stand-up hour and shopping for distribution.