Friday, November 9, 2012
Dan St. Paul
If you've heard his piece The First Baseball Game, you've probably guessed that comedian Dan St. Paul is a huge baseball fan. But outside the ballpark, he's also a suburban husband and father who has to deal with the same daily frustrations as everyone else. The only difference being that while others just complain about their problems, Dan uses his as fodder for stand-up comedy. Dan St. Paul is a member of the Stand-Up Dads comedy tour, and has been featured on a number of BOB&TOM All-Stars shows. Follow Dan on twitter.
Nick Griffin began doing standup comedy back in 1987 as a way to voice his frustrations with life and to avoid having a job with a boss. Sure he may be dark, cynical, depressed and has a problem getting along with women, but Griffin is one of our absolute favorite guests and is a must see if he performs in a club near you. Nick has been featured on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," "The Late Show w/ David Letterman," "The Late Late Show w/ Craig Ferguson" and recently finished a brand new comedy CD "Bring Out the Monkey." Follow Nick on twitter and facebook.
Kevin "Dot Com" Brown can be seen each week, on NBC televisions Emmy Award winning comedy series titled, "30 ROCK." But that's not this actor/comedian's only claim to fame, he's been a triple-threat in Entertainment for over 20 years. As a Businessman he and his brother Andre created and produced “The Uptown Comedy Club” tv show. He's also been featured on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien, MTV's Human Giant, NBC’s Last Comic Standing and BET’s Comic View" just to name a few. Follow Kevin on twitter.