With just under a few years into stand up, Nick Guerra has won over crowds from all walks of life. Whether it is performing from clubs to colleges to any place with a stage, Nick has shown that dedication and continuous work has paid off. His style balances all topics. Current events, relationship humor, and personal stories have become his arsenal when given a microphone. Many times the crowds never knew what to expect with Nick but were rarely disappointed.
Nick was a writer, asst. director, actor and story producer for the Mun 2 reality show “Pitbull’s La Esquina” (2nd season), performed on Comedy Central's "Gabriel Iglesias Stand Up Revolution" (2nd season) and just filmed for Nuvo TV's "Stand Up & Deliver" (2nd season).
Originally from Virginia, Eddie now resides in Los Angeles. Don't worry Eddie will make no jokes about how he hates writing about himself in the 3rd person in his Bio, just understand that he does, I mean I do.
The “Hollywood Reporter” named Eddie Pence one of the Top New Faces of the Montreal Comedy Festival in 2004, he was also invited back to perform there again in 2006. In 2007 Eddie performed at the HBO Aspen Comedy Arts Festival as well as HBO’s “The Comedy Festival” in Las Vegas. In 2010 Eddie was a finalist in the Seattle International Comedy Competition. A favorite of the World Famous Improv, Eddie can be seen at clubs and colleges across the country. His credits include Comedy Centrals "Live at Gotham" and "Crossballs", "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson", “Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfield” on Fox News, “History of the Joke” and “Surviving The Holidays w/ Lewis Black” on The History Channel and recently he appeared in the “Last Comic Driving” campaign on NBC.
Matt Champagne has been making his living acting in various TV shows, movies and commercials for about fifteen years now: TV stuff like "Providence," "Will and Grace," "Working," "The Tick," "Angel," "Monk," "CSI Miami," "Boston Legal," "Numbers," "Medium," "Reaper," "'Til Death," "The Ghost Whisperer," "Retired at 35" and "Miss Match" with Alicia Silverstone who--Matt has convinced himself--had a crush on him. (Matt Champagne can be more than slightly delusional at times.); movie stuff like "The Continued Adventures of Reptile Man," "The Pentagon Wars" (almost typed "Pentagon Warts"), "The Specials," "For Christ’s Sake," "Crime and Punishment in Suburbia," and "Superhero Movie." Matt Champagne also played Piper Perabo’s husband in the Diane Keaton film "Because I Said So," something for which THEY paid HIM; commercial stuff like Home Depot, McDonald’s, Jack-in-the Box, IHOP, PODS, Dell Computer, Sprint, IMAX, Continental Airlines, AT&T and a bunch of other stuff that Matt Champagne is sure you’d be perfectly bored to hear about. Matt Champagne has also done stand-up comedy around Los Angeles at places like The Hollywood Improv, The World Famous Comedy Store, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, The Ice House and The Comedy Union. Matt Champagne has opened and/or featured for major headliners like Nick Swardson, Jon Reep, Christopher Titus, J. Chris Newburg, Tom Rhodes, Rich Vos, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Jamie Kennedy. Matt Champagne also likes to play the bass guitar and will never pass up an opportunity to drop a groove on your ass. Matt Champagne has just discovered he’s uncomfortable using the word "ass" in his bio and promises not to do it again. Matt Champagne’s bio is now complete.