Friday, December 17, 2010
Though Mark Wahlberg has been in entertainment for most of his life, his acting career began with parts in the films Renaissance Man and The Basketball Diaries with Leonardo DiCaprio. He would later star in another critically acclaimed film with Leo, The Departed, for which he earned Academy Award and Golden Globe Nominations. Wahlberg has enjoyed playing wide variety of characters of the course of his career, ranging from a porn star in Boogie Nights, a feel-good football star in Invincible, and a grown up man with a teddy bear in Ted. Currently you can find Wahlberg in the new action thriller Broken City which opens this Friday. Follow Mark on twitter.
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.
Tim Harmston began his comedy career in 2002 at an open-mic in the prestigious Mall of America, the second largest shopping mall in the world. Only one year later, he won Acme Comedy Company’s 2003Funniest Person in the Twin Cities contest. Tim has played some of the finest comedy clubs in the country, where he’s known for his odd stories, sharp one-liners, and unpredictable punchlines. In 2008 Tim was awarded a Rusty Nail award at the Rooftop Comedy Festival in Aspen, CO, and made his network TV debut on NBC’s "Last Comic Standing." Tim recently made his Comedy Central debut on "Live at Gotham." He currently resides in Minneapolis, MN. Follow Tim on facebook and twitter. Catch his new YouTube series, "Conny Dugan: Hockey Mom"
During his three seasons on the hit sketch comedy show MAD TV, comedian Pat Kilbane quickly carved out a niche for himself with popular characters like The Java Man and Rubberman and by imitating celebrities like Mel Gibson, Billy Bob Thornton and Tom Hanks. After the show, Kilbane stayed busy with roles in films such as Semi-Pro, Eurotripand Meet Dave and guest appearances on Spin City, Arli$, and on Seinfeld where he portrayed “Bizarro Kramer.” Oh, did we mention he’s also a talented stand-up comedian?