Friday, July 30, 2010
If someone were to tell you they were performing as a comedy club MC six times a week and having to host karaoke after each show in the dead of winter 60 miles from the Canadian border while living in a 6x8 motel room next to a French fry factory, you might think they had it all. Chad Daniels on the other hand felt he needed something more in his life. Good thing he did too, because since then he's performed as a finalist in Comedy Central’s "Laugh Riots" competition, appeared on "The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn," and Comedy Central Presents and released two comedy albums including his newest one, Busy Being Awesome. Follow Chad on facebook and twitter.
Not only does Mike MacRae perform a hysterical comedy act full of insightful social commentary, he also has an arsenal full of outstanding celebrity impressions that many other comedians would never dare attempt to perform. These voices include Harrison Ford, Rip Torn, Vince Vaughn, Morgan Freeman, Ben Kenobi and Gregory Peck just to name a few. In fact, Mike's impressions are so good, he became a regular on a show based all around. Follow Mike on facebook.
Comedian John Evans is known for three things on the BOB&TOM Show. The first is his ability to scat along with any song (a talent that comes in handy more often than not), the second is his fondness for thrift stores and vintage clothing (which is how he got the nickname "High Plains Thrifter), and the third is his uncanny resemblance to cereal spokes-monster Count Chocula (according to Tom). Follow John on twitter.
The Slow Dude
Brian Baumgartner portrays Dunder Mifflin’s “slow dude” in accounting, 'Kevin Malone,' on NBC's critically acclaimed series "The Office." Baumgartner is one of those people who somehow broke into the entertainment industry only three months after moving toHollywood. Between the time he arrived to town and landed the role of ‘Kevin,’ Brian appeared on "Jake in Progress," "Arrested Development" and "Everwood." Currently, Baumgartner is starring in and producing the upcoming NBC special "Golf Therapy: Life Lessons and the Pursuit of Par." The show follows Brian as he interviews sports stars Michael Strahan, CC Sabathia, Pau Gasoland Nastia Lukin on how to improve his golf game before playing in a celebrity tournament. Brian receives some traditional and unorthodox advice in his quest to improve his game. The show airs on NBC on Sunday, August 1 at 3 p.m. ET.