Born in Texas and raised in Augusta, Georgia – Billy Anderson is stand-up comedian currently living in Los Angeles. Billy has written for Cracked.Com, performed in SF Sketchfest, was a finalist in the 2016 Seattle International Comedy Competition and as of 2013 he has performed stand-up comedy in every US state. Billy can be heard on Audible’s “Sounds Like America” hosted by Jackie Kashian and seen on season 3 of the syndicated program “Laughs” on Fox television. In 2017 he released his first live comedy special titled “America’s Sweetheart” through The Harmon Brothers’ VidAngel Dry Bar Comedy series. You can see Billy all over the nation as the host of The Gateway Show.
Winner of the Portland’s Funniest Person Contest 2016 and named one of SplitSider Magazine’s “Top Up and Coming Comedians” in 2015, Nariko Ott is definitely a name you won’t forget. He’s been accepted into the Seattle International Comedy Competition, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, The Beast Village Comedy Festival and the Idaho Laugh Fest. Always working, Nariko frequently features at Helium Comedy Club and clubs all over. He was host of “No Pun Intendo” at Ground Kontrol in Portland and the Willamette Week also named Nariko Ott as a member of their “Funniest Five.” He also had the great pleasure of opening for Kurt Braunholer on his Comedy Central special “Trust Me.”
Carmen Morales has a captivating style which incorporates opinionated quick wit and outlandish characters. Taking from family, friends and people from everyday encounters she transforms into these characters seamlessly, then adds hilarious commentary which leaves the audience doubled over in laughter. With a perfect combination of like-ability and vulnerability she has been well received by audiences internationally. She’s been seen on the tv show “Punchline,” two seasons of “Laughs” on Fox and heard on Sirius XM radio in the U.S. and Canada. She’s also been featured in Gilda’s LaughFest Comedy Festival, the World Series of Comedy, Scruffy City Comedy Festival, Bird City Comedy Festival, Women of Comedy Festival, in the New York Times and has produced her own traveling comedy show, The ‘Not Your Average Broads of Comedy’ as well as performed in comedy clubs, colleges, strip malls, indie shows, dive bars, towns no one has ever heard of and military bases across the country.
David Gborie has a lot of fun. He’s been seen on MTV, trutv, Viceland and Seeso. He was named one of Comedy Central’s “top comics to watch” in 2015 and then made his late night debut on Conan in 2016. Bats left.
Bo Johnson is a Seattle based comedian. His stand up has appeared on Kevin Hart’s Comedy Central show Hart of the City and he was a featured performer in the 2017 Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival. Bo’s prank video “Bo and Mathew Sneak into a Movie Theatre” went viral on Youtube and has also been seen on MTV’s Ridiculousness and NBC’s Caught on Camera with Nick Cannon. He performs regularly in comedy clubs, theaters, and bars across the West coast.