Having just performed on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, after performing twice on the same show when it was hosted by David Letterman, Keith Alberstadt is one of the most acclaimed comedians working today. He tours throughout the world, including eight comedy tours for the troops - Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, and throughout the Middle East.
Harrison Greenbaum performed on "Conan" in May 2018. Previously he was a semifinalist on Last Comic Standing and America's Got Talent. He won the Andy Kaufman Award (2010) for creativity and originality in comedy, the Shorty Award in collaboration with Comedy Central, the New York Comedy Festival for "Best Emerging Comic" (2011), and the Magners Comic Stand-Off (2011).
Dan LaMorte has appeared FOX's Red Eye, had his stand up featured on NBC Universal's COZI TV, was featured on the 2017 season of AXS TV's Gotham Comedy Live and in January of 2017 he released his first album "Not Enough Pieces" through On Tour Records. The album was met with great reviews and a lengthy stay as the number one best selling stand-up album.
Vincent James is one of the most in-demand comedy hosts in the country, having emceed events featuring Magic Johnson, John Legend, and countless other luminaries.
Noah Gardenswartz is one of New York's most in-demand comics. He had his own half hour special on Comedy Central debut last year, and also released his debut comedy album, “Blunt,” on Comedy Central Records. He's performed stand up on Conan twice, most recently in December 2017, and was a semi-finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing."
Lance Weiss is a comedian, actor and writer based in NYC. He currently serves as a co-executive producer as well as an on-camera talent for KarmaNetwork.com‘s comedy sketch show Hey Gordon. Prior to this, he served as co-host of CNBC’s “Common Cents” on digital channel Make It, as well as co-host in several videos for Conde Nast’s channel The Scene. He was a Top 4 finalist in CMT’s “Next Big Comic”, and has been seen on NBC’s “The Today Show,” FOX’s “Laughs,” MTV’s “World of Jenks,” and Bravo’s “The Love Broker".