James Davis is hilarious and arguably one of L.A.’s hottest comedians. Born and raised in South Los Angeles, James was blessed with comedic inspiration from his friends and past classmates from Crossroads High School in Santa Monica. Still considered one of the fresh faces in Hollywood, James has appeared in Hell Date, Russell Simmons Presents Stand Up at The El Rey, Pit Boss and written for the last six BET Awards and last five BET Hip Hop Awards. He also was a writer for Season 2 of Hell Date and a consultant on The Tony Rock Project. When he’s not stealing the spotlight on stage, James also performs at colleges and universities across the nation. He has hosted rap/comedy concerts featuring Drake, Big Sean, J. Cole, and Ryan Leslie.
James is not only winning fans on stage and screen; he’s winning fans on the internet as well. His parody Baracka Flacka Flames – Head of the State was named #2 viral video of 2010 by AOL and has over 10 million views on the web. The popular spoof even landed James on Inside Edition and The New York Times. Since then, James has released numerous viral sketches on YouTube and become a regular on Will Ferrell’s Funny Or Die website where he gained notoriety for his Kobe Bryant Parodies. James recently has become a regular on the E! channel’s Chelsea Lately, has a re-occuring role on BET’s Real Husbands of Hollywood, and will appear in the return of Nick Cannon’s Wildn Out and Lil Duval’s “Ain’t That America” on MTV 2 this summer.
Billy Bonnell, is a native of Texas. He started performing Stand Up in San Diego while in the Navy and quickly won San Diego's Funniest Person Contest in 2010 and then again in 2012. As a house regular at the La Jolla Comedy Store, American Comedy Co. and Mad House Comedy club, he has been the go to feature for some of comedies biggest names including, Jim Norton, Anthony Jeselnik, Adam Devine, Jeff Garlin, Jamie Kennedy, Doug Benson, David Allan Grear, Joe Rogan and Brody Stevens.
After nearly 10 years in the Navy, he decided to move to Los Angeles to peruse comedy full time. Since his arrival he has been a featured act on Season 2 of Adam Devine's House Party on Comedy Central and a guest on The Doug Loves Movies podcast with Doug Benson, The Deathsquad Podcast with Brian Redban and Joe Rogan and Put Your Hands Together with Cameron Esposito at the UCB theater. He was quickly named a Fresh Face to watch by The Laugh Factory and his comedy clips have been seen over 300,000 times by YouTube audiences. Also, he is the co-founding member of The Tunguska Yacht Club, an online sketch group that has over 2 million views on YouTube and Funny or Die where he is a featured contributor. He's is an electric performer who combines cerebral one-liners, with an uncanny storytelling ability for a unique experience that have left audiences of clubs and colleges throughout the United States wondering, "How did he think of that?"
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.
Stand-up comedian Rick Glassman stars as Burski, an unapologetically honest bar regular, in NBC’s comedy “Undateable.” He has appeared in “Adam Devine’s House Party” and had a recurring role on the FX series “The Comedians,” starring Billy Crystal and Josh Gad, as Josh's best friend, Clifford. In 2013, Glassman was one of 22 comedians around the country to be invited to perform at the New Faces showcase at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal. Time Out New York identified Glassman as “Best of the New Faces.” A Cleveland native, Glassman moved to Los Angeles in 2008 and has since stablished himself as a Jewish heartthrob.