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Emmy award winning writer, stand-up comedian and television personality. One of the hosts of That Metal Show on VH1 Classic. Rolling Stone magazine called the show "one of the 50 Best Reasons To Watch TV.” His comedy album “Live and Hilarious” is available on Metal Blade Records.
Jamie Flam is the co-creator and producer of the hilarious podcast, The Long Shot. He is also one-half of the L.A. based comedy duo, The Spanglers (along with comedian/actress Vanessa Raglund). Jamie currently books and manages comedy shows for The Lab at The Hollywood Improv.
Sean Wheelock is the play by play commentator for Bellator Fighting Championships (which can be seen on MTV2 and Spike.com) , and one of the best known commentators in Mixed Martial Arts. Over his career, Wheelock has broadcast MMA in 12 countries, including Japan, Brazil, and the Netherlands.
Graham Elwood has been a stand-up comic since he was 18. He has performed in clubs and colleges across the country and starred in five USO tours to Afghanistan and Iraq. Graham has performed on CBS’s “The Late, Late Show” and also acted on Comedy Central’s “The Sarah Silverman Program”.
He is also the co-host of the film review podcast Comedy Film Nerds.
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Kambri Crews once lived with her deaf parents in a tin shed in Montgomery, Texas. She now runs her own PR and production company in New York City, books comedy for the 92YTribeca, and is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir 'Burn Down the Ground' (Random House).
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Chris Gore is a writer, filmmaker and a television personality who has built a solid reputation as a hilariously outspoken voice in the film world. As a teenager, Chris founded the legendary Film Threat magazine. In addition to being a noted speaker and author, he is the film expert on the G4TV’s Attack of the Show.
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Judy Tenuta is the most famous person who has ever lived...and if you don't believe it, just ask her. She's had her own stand-up specials on Showtime, HBO and Lifetime. Judy was the first female stand-up comic to win "Best Female Comedian" at the American Comedy Awards and is a two-time Grammy nominee for her comedy CDs.