Mike Rivera as seen on HBO & Showtime, and The View’s Most Hilarious Teacher, with Comic Doc
Since 1988, Mike has been successfully touring the US, Europe and the Caribbean. Mike is a versatile performer who brings together high energy with an irreverent sense of humor for one knock-out show.
Rob Little from Last Call with Carson Daly, The Best Damn Sport Show Period, Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time and more, with Adam Snair
Rob Little’s outlook on life can be summed-up in two words: Pure Optimism. At a young age, he developed and nurtured an upbeat philosophy about life. Fortunately, Rob’s ability to see things in a positive light, coupled with his desire to make people laugh, has served him well. While working in a lucrative position as a computer programmer for IBM, he decided to take a huge risk. He now enjoys an incredibly successful career as a stand-up comedian and with an impressive and growing portfolio of television and film appearances. A sketch comedy player on the Fox Sports Net Show, “The Best Damn Sports Show Period” and “Last Call with Carson Daly,” Rob uses his training from the world famous Second City Comedy Club to create routines that are inventive, funny, spontaneous, and completely unique. He also earned a role on the CBS network summer hit series, “Fire me Please.” Recently Rob was named Maxim Magazine’s “Real Man of Comedy”. Last Comic Standing on NBC named him, “The Happiest Comic in America”. You have also seen him on the Comedy Central sketch comedy show “Nick Swardson’s Pretend Time”. Don’t let the “Little” name fool you. The truth is, Rob is big in more ways than one. With a grin on his face, a gleam in his eye, and a passion for comedy that is larger than life, he’s the biggest thing to happen to comedy in a long, long time.
Kojo Prince as seen on Showtime & Comedy Time Network, with Joe Latham
Kojo Prince comes from a long line of performers; Great Grandmother working in Vaudeville, Grandmother as an opera singer and Mother (Falumi Prince) as a featured singer with Harry Belafonte. His first appearance as a Comedian was at the Village Gate in Greenwich Village, NYC in 1992. From that point on he knew where his heart lied, on stage performing in front of an audience. A constant professional that maintains his focus and pleasant demeanor off and on stage. All this is branded by three things that were taught to him by his late Mother; “above all, be professional, be polite and always be on time…because the show must go on”.
Frankie Paul as seen on FOX and Comedy Central, with Dennis Drake
Frankie Paul has been touring professionally since 1990 and entertaining audiences all over the country. Frankie Paul is fast becoming a prominent force in the world of comedy! He has a unique knack for taking a typically unnoticeable situation and placing it to new levels of hysterics! From fishing, scuba diving, and female body builders to marriage, kids, and how we choose the animals we eat. Frankie Paul hits them all from angles you know but never see coming! He knew from a young age that he had a knack for making people laugh! In school, he was a real class clown. He was able to make the teacher laugh along with the kids; Thereby, avoiding a trip to the principal’s office. Frankie says, “Everything I’ve learned, I’ve learned under a palm tree.”
Mark Evans as seen on Comedy Central, with Lori Evans
Atlanta native, Mark Evans, has spent his entire life in the south. His “Southern…not stupid” tour has been taking clubs by storm all across the country and at the same time, erasing the myth that all southerners are a bunch of inbred pig farmers! Mark brings a perfect blend of humor and sarcasm which points out the lighter side of the dumb things we see and hear every day. As he puts it, “We all either cause, or suffer from these random acts of stupidity! The humor is in finding out which one of these two categories we fall into.” His fresh approach not only leaves them laughing in the aisles, but hopefully a little bit wiser!