Wednesday, February 23, 2011
When he wasn't manning the Budweiser Freshness hotline and keeping the world safe from skunky beer as the famous “Bud Delivery Guy,” Don McMillan spent his time becoming a nationally recognized, headlining standup comedian. Aside from his work in commercials for Budweiser, 7-11 and Little Caesar’s Pizza, Don has become one of the premier corporate comedians, and as far as we know, the only standup that comes equipped with PowerPoint. With his geeky background as an engineer for the likes of IBM and AT&T, Don is leading the way in technological humor, the best of which can be found on his new comedy DVD Technically Funny 2.0.
A native of Cleveland, OH, Ryan Dalton discovered after graduating from college that the entertainment industry might be right for him because it was one of the few places where a basic lack of knowledge on any subject is not only necessary, but also embraced. He uses standup comedy as a way to poke fun at controversy and the “everyday personal injustices” that are dealt with by the common man. He also tries to defend the common woman whenever possible. Follow Ryan on facebook and twitter. Check out this April Fool's Day prank that a comedy club pulled on Ryan.
Born and raised in New York City, Ben Lyons is the grandson of legendary New York Post columnist Leonard Lyons and is the son of film and theater critic Jeffrey Lyons. Much of his childhood was spent among the world's most artistic and influential celebrities. The Lyons family has been covering pop culture in American media for more than 80 years. Ben is E!'s film critic, and you can catch him interviewing stars, covering red carpets, awards shows and hitting festivals for the network and E! Online. He is now getting set to cover the most important red carpet even of the year, and the biggest night in film, the Academy Awards. Ben has also been working with [yellow tail] Reserve as their resident movie expert for ReserveYourNight.com, letting folks know what to drink based on each best picture nominee.
Clean, clever and funny, Kevin McPeek has a show that you can bring the entire family too, though you may want to make sure he’s wearing clothes first. His humorous stories and comical facial expressions have been featured on both Comedy Central and HBO. But if you missed him either of those places, you can make up for it by seeing him in a comedy club near you