Al Jackson is a Los Angeles-based stand-up comedian, writer, and TV/radio personality best known for his 30-minute “Comedy Central Presents: Al Jackson” special, and for his role as host of the BAFTA-nominated BBC series, “Officially Amazing”. In 2014, Al will also be seen on Dave Attell’s new Comedy Central stand-up series, on FXX's "Legit", on GSN’s Mind of a Man”, and on the NickMOM series, "Parental Discretion".
Born and raised in Cleveland, Al began his comedy career while working as a middle school teacher in Miami. After two appearances on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” and winning several comedy competitions, Al further built his resume with a series of credits including: TBS’ “Comedy Cuts”, Showtime’s “Louie Anderson Presents”, hosting FOX’s nationally syndicated travel show “Awesome Adventures”, and writing for TruTV’s “Upload with Shaquille O’Neal”. He has also appeared on Comedy Central's "John Oliver NY Stand-Up Special", "50 Super Epic TV Moments" and "50 Most Insane Celebrity Oops" (both on the E! Network), and serving as a coach on an Emmy-winning season of MTV’s “MADE”. Al can also be heard on the radio via the nationally syndicated “Bob & Tom Show” and on the “Opie & Anthony” show.
In addition to his work in television and radio, Al performs regularly at colleges, comedy clubs, and prestigious comedy festivals including the Montreal Comedy Festival, the HBO Comedy Festival, and the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival where, in 2011, he was voted one of the Best of the Fest.
D.C. native, John Conroy, has devoted himself to making people laugh.
Shortly after he relocated to Minnesota, his peers voted him “2008 Best
New Comic in the Twin Cities”. His sharp and well-crafted material then
earned him the title of “2009 Funniest Person in the Twin Cities”. In
addition, his videos on RooftopComedy.com are Staff and Celeb Picks.
John Conroy’s material is smart, aggressive and uncompromising, which makes him a comedian that you won’t soon forget.
Stacey Kulow, adorable, charming, and a performer since childhood, has always considered herself the class clown, even though in high school she was voted Most Likely to Program a Calculator. What’s that about? Stacey got her first taste of the professional stage when she won Atlas Improv’s The Cut in 2008. As a member of Atlas, and now as a stand-up comedian, she has made the stage her second home. Stacey won Madison's Funniest Comic 2014 after being a finalist in 2013. She stared in the short film, "Long Distance" selected for the 2013 Wisconsin Film Festival. She also was a Quarter-Finalist in the 2013 She-Devil Comedy Festival in New York City. Stacey spends her weekends traveling to comedy gigs throughout the country or performing stand-up or improv right in the amazing city of Madison. Stacey may appear small, cute, and innocent, but is packed with surprises.