Ben Gleib: Ben Gleib is a standup comedian, actor, and writer. A national headliner, Esquire named him one of "SIX COMEDIANS WHO COULD BE COMEDY'S NEXT BIG THING." He's a regular guest on CHELSEA LATELY on E! and recently performed his standup on Last Call with Carson Daly on NBC.
Gleib was one of the stars of the primetime NBC comedy THE REAL WEDDING CRASHERS He's been featured on NBC's LAST COMIC STANDING, performed on THE LATE LATE SHOW on CBS, regularly is heard talking politics on NPR on the PATT MORRISON PROGRAM, and has been guest host of GSN LIVE.
No stranger to the internets, Gleib's online videos have received a total of more than 14 MILLION VIEWS, and he also co-starred in a web series for Yahoo! Sports called "Behind Enemy Lines," and can currently be seen doing news pieces for the new MySpace Comedy.
In 2006 he sold a pilot called THE GLEIB SHOW to FOX produced by Saturday Night Live's Lorne Michaels and NBC/Universal. The show originally ran for 3 seasons as the #1 show on the National Lampoon Network, airing to millions of college students across the country.
Gleib also can be seen in a supporting role in the feature film, "Bar Starz" a comedy starring Charlie Murphy.
Full bio at bengleib.com/bio
Paul Morrissey: Paul was raised as a sports fanatic in the tiny town of Owego, in upstate New York. After four years of playing college basketball, somehow he graduated. Aside from playing in the NBA, his dream job was to talk about sports for a living. Paul then moved to California after landing a television sports anchor job but found out quickly that he was “too much of a smart-ass” for TV news. After he was fired, Paul took his unique sense of humor to comedy club stages all over the country. In 2005, Paul was selected to perform at the HBO Comedy Festival in Las Vegas. Morrissey has also been a finalist in several national comedy competitions including Wendy’s Comedy Challenge, Comedy Central’s Open Mic Fight and Maxim’s Real Men of Comedy. Morrissey’s big break came in June 2006, when he made his network television debut on “The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson” on CBS. He was so well received that Paul has been asked to return three more times to the show. Morrissey’s four appearances are the most by a comedian on “The Late, Late Show” during the past year. The recent TV exposure has put Paul in high demand as a headliner at clubs and colleges across the US and Canada. He also performs frequently at The Comedy & Magic Club in Hermosa Beach, Laugh Factory, The Hollywood Improv, and The Icehouse in Pasadena. Morrissey has also released two CDs,”Good Seats Still Available” and "Comedy Sampler" which get regular airplay on both XM/Sirius Satellite Radio. One reviewer says, “When an experienced comedy fan is repeatedly surprised by the payoff or where the jokes land, you know you are listening to an original comedic talent.”
Bruce Jingles: Bruce Jingles is not a Black Comic, he is a Comic that happens to be black. He couldn’t have picked a better name for his chosen line of work, but he’ll be the first to tell you that his name has both blessed and cursed him throughout his life. After all it’s not easy, as Bruce will tell you, to “transition from the sprawling metropolis that is south central L.A. to the hard mean streets of South El Monte”, but being born in South LA, raised in South El Monte and living in the Inland Empire have given Bruce Jingles comedic style that can only occur in suburban southern California. “Growing up, I was always a couple inches taller than the other kids, and when you’re the new black kid in a Mexican neighborhood, there’s never a shortage of other kids trying to prove themselves against you. Add the name Jingles to the equation and you have a recipe for potential disaster! Never mind the fact that I couldn’t fight worth a damn…c’mon man. I had to learn to make folks laugh.”
Always eager to offer insight into everything from the political to the preposterous, his material is largely based on personal experiences and observations that were “born in the world in between the comic book store and the local weed house, and all of the other bullshit in between”.
A hardened veteran of the inland club circuit, Bruce’s So Cal based comedy has taken him literally, all over the world. Bruce, “The absolutely coolest gigs that I’ve ever done have been the USO gigs. I mean these are the guys that can best appreciate a good laugh.” Bruce’s work for the USO has taken him to The Balkans, Iraq (twice) and Germany.
Most recently, he has been voted Inland Empire Weekly’s “Comic of the year” for a second consecutive year and now presents his headlining act nationally along with film credits that include two Showtime specials, "Jeff Garcia's Low Budget Madness," and "The Ten Dollar Ticket” along with the soon to be released “Driving Bill Crazy”. IN the meantime, catch his sets on Youtube or watch for his next appearance on TMZ!
Tone Bell: Tone Bell stars in the NBC multi-camera comedy Whitney as RJ, the effortlessly cool bartender at Whitney and Alex’s new local spot.
Comedian Tone Bell was raised in Decatur, GA. His stand-up career was born in Texas where earned the honors of Best Comic In Texas in 2010 by Timeout Dallas, Tone decided to move West where he has been a fixture at Hollywood comedy clubs ever since. He was named the 2011 NBC Stand Up for Diversity Winner, where he received a talent holding deal from the network.
Tone recently played a re-occuring role on VH-1′s Single Ladies and was featured on the Spike TV special Eddie Murphy: One Night Only. He currently tours around the country performing at colleges and clubs.
Tone currently resides in Los Angeles.