Dustin Ybarra was seen most recently in recurring roles on the ABC series "The Goldbergs" and the CBS series "Battle Creek". Other television credits include a recurring role on the cable series “Californication”, “Stand-Up Revolution”, and “Live At Gotham.”
His recent film credits include “Hop,” “We Bought a Zoo,” “Gay Dude” and “21 & Over.”
Ybarra began his comedy career as a writer and performer in the online comedy troupe “Sucker Punch Comedy.”
Originally from Bedford, TX, Ybarra resides in Los Angeles.
Jason Gillearn is a stand-up comedian and writer in Hollywood, CA. He teaches high school to juvenile offenders in Los Angeles. Unlike most teenagers, his students actually get along with their parents because a lot times they're in the same gang. He has been doing stand-up and teaching juvenile offenders concurrently for over ten years.
Brady Matthews’s high energy, good looks and witty personality make him standout amongst other young comedians in the country today. Born in Boston and raised in Chicago, Brady grew up making his friends and family laugh, catapulting him into becoming the standup comedian he is today. After winning the Uncle Clyde’s Comedy Competition at the Ice House in 2007, Brady knew being on stage and making people laugh was what he is meant to do. He was invited to the Seattle Comedy Competition as well as the Calgary Comedy Festival and headlines all around the country. You can catch Brady performing at his own show Top Secret Comedy at the Hollywood Improv, or working out new material at the Comedy Store. When Brady isn’t on stage, you can catch him on the new webisode series “Clean Break” or in reoccurring roles such as E!’s “Reality Hell”, “Always Sunny in Philadelphia”, “Better Off Ted”, “CSI: New York”, and “How I Met Your Mother”. He has also been featured on TruTV’s “TheSmokingGun.com”, and Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Forrest Shaw made his television debut on Conan in 2014 and appeared on Gotham Comedy LIVE on AXS TV in early 2015. He has performed in numerous festivals such as, Comedy Central's South Beach Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, Big Sky Comedy Festival, New York Underground Comedy Festival, World Series of Comedy, & the Comedy Central Open Mic Fight and was awarded 2013's Ultimate Miami Comedian. Forrest is featured in season 2 of the FXX show Legit and has also appeared on Animal Planet. Forrest is a co-writer (and lead actor) of the award winning web series "Labor Days" & is co-creator of the weekly "What's What Podcast". He can also be heard on Sirius/XM Satellite radio, Pandora, and Spotify. His debut album ‘Mister Grizzly’ was released on November 18, 2014 on Comedy Records. Find more information at forrestshaw.net
Aristotle Athiras is a well-oiled comedy machine, and when I say well-oiled machine I mean he does the robot in front of the mirror with baby oil on his chest and shoulders. At an early age Aristotle was systematically exposed to countless hours of “Three’s Company”, child abandonment by a father with a mustache and the study of disruptive culture in the academic setting - also known as teacher taunting.
With this, Aristotle realized that his insecurities, abandonment issues and paranoia would make for a great comedy laser show on ice, and began his comedy career, earnestly, in 2004 without the ice and the lasers. Quickly, Aristotle became a recognized and respected comedic talent. Placing in every contest he entered, he won the Long Beach Comedy Festival less than two years after hitting the stage. Shortly after that win, Aristotle put his comedy career on hold while he continued his study of disruptive culture in college, completing a long promised accomplishment to his Mother after she told him a fairytale about a young lady who defied all odds and kept a baby despite it’s unreasonable requests for attention and milk.
Now, after finally graduating in January 2008, Aristotle is back to make you laugh so hard you'll start a trend called pee-pee pants washed denim! Aristotle has put his skills of mimicry and characterization to good use by creating characters that are seamlessly incorporated into his stand-up and grocery shopping. The only way to truly know what it is like to be at an Aristotle Athiras show is to see him live or go to a supermarket near his home – he loves Fuji apples.
Sink or Swim Thursdays - 1st Place and 3rd Place
Sierra Mist Search for the Next Great Comic - Regional Winner
Orange County's Funniest Person - 2nd Place
Ultimate Laff-Down IV - 2nd Place
San Diego Comedy Festival - 2nd Place
Comedy Battle in the Basement at Miceli's - 3rd Place