Ian Bagg started his comedy career in his native country, Canada. He proceeded to do all the show business things that every successful Canadian entertainer does. He went to a “Hockey Night in Canada” game on a Saturday night, performed at the “Montreal Comedy Festival,” kissed a fish in New Foundland and a “Comedy Now” special on CTV. So what does a Canadian do when he has done it all? He boards a train to New York City, lives in a youth hostel and ends up on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” “The Late Late show with Craig Ferguson” and “Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” It is not always fun and games. He was forced to do “Make Me Laugh,” “Showcase Comics with Louie Anderson,” “Fridays” on NBC and the “Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn.”
Bagg was featured in Tim Robbins’ “The Cradle will Rock,” “MVP 2,” and “MXP.” Fun fact: he’s the the only known comic to have worked for Judd Apatow and NOT become a multi-billionaire. Life has been amazing for Bagg being on such diverse networks as the History Channel, the Food Network, the Biography Channel and being the first ever Canadian to meet three US presidents -- Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter and George Bush…although only one was in the White House at the time, he met one on a plane and the other at a hockey practice.
Ian Bagg went to school to be an explosives engineer, but a lucky chance at an open mic made him the volatile one. He may be in your area sooner than you think, because this manchild does over 100,000 air miles a year. He has had 2 half-hour specials, “Comedy Central Presents” and HBO’s “A Comics Climb” and has been featured in 2 seasons of “Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution” on Comedy Central. His latest one-hour special, “Ian Bagg: Getting to F**king Know You” aired on Showtime and can now be found on HULU for all you cable cutters. In 2015, Ian was a fan favorite and placed in the Top 5 on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.” He recently wrapped a 75 date national tour with the Top 5 Last Comic Standing finalists and is currently headlining his own tour around the country.
Aaron Kleiber has been entertaining his entire life — from climbing atop his grandmother’s coffee table as a child to taking the stage at comedy clubs across the country.
In July 2013, Aaron made his stand-up national television debut on "Gotham Comedy Live" with host Jim Breuer - sharing the hour with Mitch Fatel, Ashley Austin-Morris & Dean Edwards.
Kleiber has been a requested feature performer for Bob Saget (“Full House”), Jim Breuer (“Saturday Night Live”), Ralphie May, Bert Kreischer (Travel Channel’s “Bert the Conquerer”), John Witherspoon, Josh Blue (winner of “Last Comic Standing”), Pablo Francisco (“MADtv”), Tommy Davidson (In Living Color), Bret Ernst (Comedy Central) and Steve-O (MTV’s “Jackass”). He’s also opened for Sinbad, Billy Gardell (“Mike and Molly”), Bobcat Goldthwait, Tom Green and .
Aaron recently filmed a guest-starring role for the Nickelodeon series “ Supah Ninjas”, airing now. He co-starred in the film Help Me, Help You opposite Sabrina Bryan (The Cheetah Girls, Dancing with the Stars) and appeared in the acclaimed drama, Warrior, starring Tom Hardy and NIck Nolte, for Lionsgate, in addition to numerous national commercials. Kleiber was featured in the original series The Mercury Men, seen on Syfy; he’s also known for producing and performing in both the groundbreaking independent film (and subsequent Web series) Captain Blasto as well as the beloved Star Wars mockumentary A Great Disturbance, both of which claimed multiple awards at film festivals nationwide.
A native of Munhall, Pa., and a fixture in Pittsburgh’s growing comedy scene, Kleiber was voted “Best Local Comedian” by the readers of Pittsburgh Magazine in 2012 and 2013. Aaron studied and performed at the legendary Second City in Chicago.
Johnny Walsh (@johnnywalsh) began his stand up career in 2010. His act explores his life as a lawyer and the fascinating and often ridiculous way the law affects everyday life. He poignantly invites the audience to relive the unique moments he's endured living with Retinitis Pigmentosa, an inherited degenerative eye disease -- thanks parents! -- that causes severe vision loss. And he critiques and laments his life as a bachelor with no domestic skills other than the ability to order groceries online.
Stand up comedy is medicine to Johnny. The more he does it, the more he falls in love with it. In his short career, he has had the honor of opening for Bob Saget at The Orpheum Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin, and was a Top Ten finisher in Madison’s Funniest Comic competition in 2011 and 2012.