Thursday, July 29, 2010
At the young age of 25, Kristin Key was the youngest finalist ever to appear on NBC’s "Last Comic Standing." But this was nothing new to her. After getting into the comedy scene at the age of 19, she quickly became one of the youngest headline comedy acts in the country. Don’t let her sweet, sexy outer demeanor fool you; she’s actually quite the firecracker. With her fearless style of comedy and biting tongue, she’s earned the reputation “Preacher’s Kid Gone Wild,” a title she cherishes. For Kristin, no two shows should ever be the same and nothing is off limits. When not performing, she continues to live in L.A. perusing her dream of acting in film or television. Follow Kristin on Facebook.
Warren B Hall
After watching Eddie Murphy perform for the first time, Warren B. Hall knew at the age of 10 that he wanted to become a standup comedian. Then, after his mother gave him a good beating for using the 'F-word' while practicing, Hall decided it would be wise to take a cleaner approach to comedy than his often foul-mouthed idol. Hall has worked with the USO tour of the Middle East, where he performed at military bases for our troops. However, if you didn't happen to catch those shows, you may recognize him from his television commercial work or from various clubs here in the States, which he also frequents. Hall is a self-proclaimed 98% clean comic who doesn't shy away from adult innuendo. Aside from comedy, Warren B. Hall is also the author of the book, Pieces of Me.
Singer/songwriter and gifted guitar player Henry Phillips may be lonely and a self-professed loser, but he's also one of the most clever comedians on the planet. His songs often focus on the darker, more twisted side of life, but we still find his soft-spoken, self-deprecating personality quite adorable. Though his demeanor may lead you to believe otherwise, he's actually a fun guy to be around, especially if you enjoy gambling, drinking or gambling while drinking. In other news, Henry recently wrote and starred in the movie Punching the Clown, which can now be added to your queue on Netflix (click here to add) or purchased at Amazon.com. Follow Henry on twitter. You can also check out his new music video "He's Talkin' Again" and his new web series "Henry's Kitchen."