Pete Lee might be the nicest person in New York City, but that’s because it’s impossible to sound aggressive with a Wisconsin accent. Pete was raised in Janesville, WI by divorced parents and a 19-inch television, which is probably why he pursued a career in entertainment.
In 2005, Pete flew to New York to make his television debut on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend. That same night, he met his future wife, and she made him move to Manhattan. Soon after moving to NYC, he was selected to perform at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, where he was voted a standout performer. In 2008 Pete made his network television debut performing on NBC’s Last Comic Standing finishing as a semi-finalist. That same year, he made his television acting debut on the CBS Soap Opera As The World Turns, lasting two episodes! At the end of 2008 he then shot his own Comedy Central half Hour Special, which earned him a “cult” following at comedy clubs, and the opportunity to perform over the next four years at 500 colleges across the country.
In 2010 Pete began producing and editing his own shows for the Internet which led to getting his own web show on MSN.com called New York Minute:30. His web shows attracted the attention of television talent scouts and in 2012 he was hired to be a writer and cast member on FUSE TV’s Video on Trial and the NFL Network’s Top 10’s. In 2013, Pete was hired as a cast member on VH1’s Best Week Ever, which debuted in January.
If you haven’t heard of Pete Lee yet, prepare to tell other people.
Bryan Morris is a comedian quickly making a name for himself at comedy clubs and festivals across the country.
Bryan delights audiences (presumably you) by expertly balancing sharp observational humor with energetic absurdism. His quick wit, clever material, boyish charm, and manish jawline make him a loveable, relatable crowd favorite.
In 2012 Bryan won Madison’s Funniest Comic Contest with a performance that inspired The Onion’s AV Club to call Bryan, “The Michael Jordan of comedy.” Bryan was also a runner up in Laughfest's "Best of the Midwest 2014," a finalist in the Funniest Person in the Twin Cities Competition, and other impressive comedy things. Bryan has been performing with Atlas Improv Co for nearly 10 years.
He also loves wearing hoodies.
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.