Thai Rivera, without a doubt, is one of the fastest upcoming comics in the game today winning over even the most unexpected of audiences with his shocking point of view. This openly gay comic offers nothing but the most brutally honest & oftentimes politically incorrect thoughts on everything from the homeless to AIDS.
The recent title holder of the World Series of Comedy competition in Las Vegas this past September, Thai is best recognized for his appearance on Comedy Central’s “Stand Up Revolution” on which Gabriel Iglesias raves “...he is amazing...put your seatbelts on its about to get crazy!”
Thai’s brilliant stage talents have been recognized by some of the best in the business. In addition to “Stand Up Revolution” he has also toured alongside Gabriel Iglesias, Jo Koy and Russel Peters.
“There’s no question this kid is going places...” Dave Tribble | Entertainment Solutions (Seattle)
“To Thai, political correctness is like wearing a coat in the summer. It’s unnecessary. If you brought yours, just check it at the door because you won’t need it during his show.
You may not want it afterwards either…” First Order Historians
Thai has also appeared on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, The Logo Network’s One Night Stand Up, NUVOtv's Stand up and Deliver, SiTv’s Latino 101 and recently toured throughout Australia, Japan and Greenland for our American troops.
Matt Ralston grew up in Alaska, and went to college in Seattle. He currently resides in Los Angeles and does shows all over the place. Matt is skilled at going into hot tubs. He can stay in the hot tub for quite a while, and, even though he gets sweaty, he just continues sitting in the hot water. People sometimes become concerned that he's been in there too long, but it doesn't phaze him. Apart from that, Matt enjoys listening to pop songs and changing the words around to produce hilarious song parodies.
Dillon Garcia was born into a one-parent household in Whittier, California where he was inspired by superb comics to initiate and develop his own comedy career. Dillon started his professional comedy career at age 16 when he was offered an opportunity by Richard Villa to take the stage, and dish out laughs, using his microphone and his wits.
Dillon's successful stand-up routines have brought him to open for many renowned comics including, but not limited to, Nick Swardson, Dave Chappelle and Gabriel Iglesias (his comedic idol). Dillon has also performed throughout the country and has been credited by American Latino Television, Google TV and MTV. Dillon was the youngest comedian to appear on Comedy Central when he was featured on "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution” series in 2011.
Despite Dillon's early accomplishments, he realizes and accepts that he has much more to learn. As he molds his comedic style and polishes his gift of improvisation, Dillon's material is supported by life lessons with a satirical and sarcastic twist. However most of his material is primarily based on throwing himself in the spotlight and poking fun at himself. Dillon is currently performing at comedy clubs across the country.