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In the not so distant future, when the first urban comedy dictionary is finally published, there will be a short list of definitions and references under the word “electrifying.” At the top of that list, taking up the majority of the page will be a smiling, action photo of a young stand-up comedian and future comedy Hall of Famer, 2010 Bay Area Black Comedy Competition winner and cast member of Nick Cannon’s Wild’n Out, Nate Jackson.
From the moment he takes the stage and grabs the microphone, until he puts it to rest, back in its stand, you can actually feel the electric comedy energy surging through your body, in the form of constant laughter, and on your way out of the club or theater and even into the next day, you’re still feeling the comical and in some cases, medicinal effects of experiencing a Nate Jackson comedy show.
A born entertainer and showman, Nate doesn’t need the first few minutes of his act to “warm up” or for the crowd to warm-up to him before he starts getting funny. What makes Nate so unique is that he’s instantaneously hilarious. Once you start laughing at a Nate Jackson show, it’s going to be hard to stop.
Cracking up crowds of all sizes with his razor-sharp wit, engaging stage presence and his high-energy style, Nate is loved by audiences ranging in ages from 18 to 83… and counting. With more than a thousand performances under his belt, Nate is one of the most versatile and experienced stand-ups under age 30, on the circuit today.
A Seattle-area native and graduate of Eastern Washington University, Nate began his journey in comedy as a full-time college student. He majored in Organizational Communications while pursuing an extracurricular minor in Stand Up Comedy. Instead of the on-campus classroom where he pursued his traditional studies, his classrooms for comedy were the clubs in and around Spokane.
A featured comic in national tours in 2008 and 2009, Nate has worked in some of the most prestigious comedy clubs across the country and has shared the stage with urban comedy notables such as: Don ‘DC” Curry, Bill Bellamy, J. Anthony Brown and Tony Roberts. Nate is eager to learn and take on new challenges in comedy. As a result, his career never ceases to move in the right direction. In 2010 he won the nationally acclaimed Bay Area Black Comedy Competition, making him a member of an exclusive alumni including: Jamie Foxx, DC Curry, Craig Robinson, Rodney Perry, Mark Curry and many more.
In early 2014, Nate was a featured performer on BounceTV’s #1 Rated Standup comedy show Off The Chain and also on BET’s completely revamped ComicView. In early 2016, Nate was a stand out performer on MTV’s #1 Rated and newly syndicated show Nick Cannon Presents Wild’n Out. Nate Jackson is one to watch, as his career unfolds and one to work with now.
Rich Vos is an American comedian and actor. He has over 100 television appearances including 4 Comedy Central Specials as well as HBO, Showtime, and Starz appearances.
He produced and starred in an award winning comedy movie Women Aren’t Funny alongside Bonnie McFarlane, Chris Rock, Rosie O’Donell and many more. He is a 2 time Academy Awards writer, a regular on SiriusXM radio and the cohost of the hit podcast, My Wife Hates Me that Paste Magazine named one of the best podcasts right now. He has also appeared on WTF with Marc Maron, the Joe Rogan podcast twice, Guys we F@%*@ed. He’s been sober for over 32 years and good at golf for 20.
The House of Comedy is proud to present The House of Fabulous Comedy Show! This show has something for everyone and will be presenting the best LGBTQ comedians in Arizona!
We are also including a couple of straight comedians, because we believe diversity makes us all better people.
Growing up in Philadelphia, being a comic was one of the last things on the mind of Lawrence Killebrew. Watching others enjoy themselves by engaging in different forms of entertainment always struck a chord with Lawrence.
Lawrence eventually found his niche in the entertainment arts, offering audiences the therapy of a good laugh. The road has had its bumps and bruises along with its triumphs. From getting booed off stages to getting standing ovations; Lawrence has learned to remain humble and continuously work on his craft.
At age 23, Killebrew first burst onto the comedy scene in November of 2004 making his way onto the stages of comedy franchises like the Laff Factory, The Improv, and strings of Rascals Comedy Clubs located all over the United states. Additionally, Killebrew entertained the younger generation at colleges and universities along the east coast.
Since then, he has continued his journey from an amateur open mic performer, to a well-known and respected comedian, touring and opening for a number of comedians, such as Katt Williams, Kevin Hart, and Bill Burr. He has hosted his own comedy show, “Tickle Me Tuesday”, since 2007 and just celebrated its three year anniversary.
In early 2010, Killebrew went on tour in Seoul Korea, along with other comedians to perform for the troops. In addition to comedy, this chameleon is also a guest jockey on Radio One’s 100.3 The Beat on “Philly Home Jamz” on Sunday nights. After successfully surpassing all expectations at Jamie Foxx’s Laffapalooza Comedy Festival in their “New Faces” competition, Lawrence is willing and ready to set his sites on new opportunities and larger projects in order to advance his career in the world of comedy. Lawrence is eager to perform, capable of capturing an audience, and known for his outstanding performances which make the people always want more!
Well It’s that time of year again. Time for our popular Funniest Person with a Day Job Contest. This is our 5th year doing Funniest Person and it gets better and better everytime. If you have a day job and think you’re funny this is the contest for you. Oh yeah if you win, we will give you a cool $1000.00. Anyone can enter, all you need is Five Minutes of original material. It can be anything as long as it gets the laughs you’re good.
Each week for 6 weeks we pick 3 finalist to go to our semi-finals. The Contest starts April 9th and goes until June 4th The Final.
There will be Celebrity MC’s and Guest Judges .
Special Presentation Show – No Coupons/Passes/Groupons accepted
I am Haha Davis also known as Mr. Big Fella. I am from Detroit Michigan where the best talents are hardly ever recognized. I began my passion as a comedian/ internet sensation in 2013 by creating funny Vine videos and Instagram clips that turned me into the person that I am today. I am also known for phrases such as “Ooh I’m Outta”, “What’s Goin’ Owwn”, “What’s your frustration”, and “Im Finna Daah”.
In the time of becoming Haha Davis I had the opportunity to meet Snoop Dogg in 2015 which became my mentor. The following year I was given the chance to work on a Grammy nominated album with Chance the Rapper. I was featured on “No Problems”, “All Night”, and “Blessings” on the album Coloring Book. I was also selected to narrate the Magnificent Coloring World Tour as the character Carlos The Lion.
Now I have the “Big Fella” clothing taking off, with custom shirts, underwear, socks, stickers etc. I will also be appearing in Meet The Blacks 2 this winter. Started my “Big Fellas Of Comedy Tour” in January and it’s coming to a city near you.
The Kinda Late Show is a late night show meets standup comedy. Hilarious comedians perform standup, followed by an exclusive interview.
This unique show is a look behind the comedy curtain. Find out why established standups began telling jokes in the first place, how badly they’ve bomb, and the worst show they’ve ever performed on.
Host, Ty Baumanis, is a comedian from Phoenix, Arizona, who has performed all over the country. He’s been featured on NBC, BuzzFeed, and the Big Pine Comedy Festival. Now, he’s bringing his boyish good looks and flannel shirts to House of Comedy with The Kinda Late Show.
Eleanor is the latest in a long line of historically funny women who cut their teeth at the World Famous Comedy Store. Starting out as a waitress there, Eleanor learned the ropes of comedy, all the while making the best comics in the country laugh, in the kitchen of the club.
It would take several years and lots of pushing from one of her biggest fans, Andrew Dice Clay, to finally get her to take her comedic talents to the stage. After co-starring with him in “Dice Undisputed”, Dice invited Eleanor to go on the road with him to promote the show. “I’m an actress not a stand up!” she replied. After seeing her one woman show, Andrew would no longer take no for an answer. “You’re hysterical and everyone should know that!” he said, and Eleanor’s been performing stand up in clubs and theatres around the country ever since.
Her hilarious take on life comes from her unique experiences growing up street-savvy in South Philly, as one of 10 children in a very Irish-Catholic family. She paints an uproarious portrait of her life experiences, beginning with her childhood in a three bedroom row home and moving to her adventures as an adult living in L.A… Eleanor’s shoot-from-the-hip take on life is both refreshing and exciting. She’s not afraid to give the audience a piece of her mind and they love her for it. Eleanor is also a graduate of the esteemed Joanne Baron and D.W. Brown acting studio in Santa Monica, California, following in the footsteps of acting greats such as Halley Berry and Patrick Dempsey. She’s had audiences rolling as one of the motorcycle riding, pool cue wielding tag team called “Harley’s Angels” on UPN’s “Women of Wrestling” and has made countless appearances on other major networks such as Nickelodeon, VH1, Howard Stern & HBO.
Eleanor Kerrigan is certainly one to watch you can catch her on the last season of Entourage & she will be touring the country with her brazen brand of humour. Don’t miss her!