Thursday, January 21, 2010
While trying to put himself through Colgate University, a young Mark Klein figured out that the best way to earn a supplemental income was to perform standup comedy in his spare time. Little did he know this part time job would blossom into a full-fledged career. His first executive decision came when he decided to take his fast speaking, easy to follow, pro business comedy to the folks who could most appreciate it; business people. Klein began spending the majority of his time working large cooperate functions entertaining CEO's and other white collar types, but he still finds the time to play the occasional comedy club and nationally syndicated morning show.
Nick Griffin began doing standup comedy back in 1987 as a way to voice his frustrations with life and to avoid having a job with a boss. Sure he may be dark, cynical, depressed and has a problem getting along with women, but Griffin is one of our absolute favorite guests and is a must see if he performs in a club near you. Nick has been featured on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," "The Late Show w/ David Letterman," "The Late Late Show w/ Craig Ferguson" and recently finished a brand new comedy CD "Bring Out the Monkey." Follow Nick on twitter and facebook.
Tony “The Goose” Siragusa was a larger than life persona on the football field as a plater, and continues to be as a member of FOX's NFL broadcast team. But unlike those other broadcasters than call the came from the booth, Tony gives us his analysis from his unique a position in the end zone. His athletic career ignited in high school when he became the New Jersey state wrestling champion. In football, he later earned All-American honors at the University of Pittsburgh before signing as a defensive tackle with the Indianapolis Colts (1990-1996) and then the Baltimore Ravens (1997-2001). Tony helped lead the Ravens to their first Super Bowl title in franchise history. Follow Tony on twitter. You can also pick up a copy of his new book GOOSE – The Outrageous Life & Times of a Football Guy