Thursday, March 24, 2011
Though Ralph Harris has found success in both television and film, he continues to be on of the best touring stand-up comedians. "A Tonight Show" veteran and finalist on "Last Comic Standing," Harris isn't your typical stand-up comedian because he does much more than tell jokes on stage, he acts them out. He has appeared on the shows "Seinfeld," "In Living Color," "Living Single" and "Parenthood" just to name a few. Ralph's natural chameleon-like ability has helped him land a few roles in hit films like Dreamgirls and Evan Almighty. He was also the host of the show "My Momma Throws Down" on TV One. Follow Ralph on facebook and twitter.
Floyd J. Phillips’ humor is derived from his upbringing in the ghetto of Chicago. His mother raised five kids all by her lonesome after his deadbeat dad shacked up with another woman. That day taught him a valuable life lesson about pain: either walk it off or learn to accessorize better. He’s been walking it off ever since. Floyd’s tough background gives him the courage to talk about the topics other people avoid. Comedy has taken this little kid from the ghetto of Chicago to winning the Seattle Comedy Competition in 2000 and being a finalist in the 2001 San Francisco Comedy Competition.