Mike McCarthy
October 28 - October 30
Nathan Wallace
November 04 - November 06
Dean Napolitano
November 11 - November 13
Jimmie “JJ” Walker
November 17
Eric Grady (World's Tallest Comedian)
November 18
RC Smith
November 19 - November 20
Chris Cope
November 24 - November 27
Kevin Lee
December 02 - December 04

Upcoming Shows

Mike McCarthy

The History of the Comedy Barbarian.. In 1987 At the age of nineteen, Mike McCarthy first took the stage at Boston’s legendary Comedy Connection. Within a year he had won the WBRU Funniest man in Rhode Island contest and shortly thereafter was chosen to appear on the Showtime Comedy Club network. Touring up and down the east coast from Montreal to the Bahamas, Michael worked on honing his craft to razor sharp perfection. His explosive brand of humor and frenetic pace quickly earned him a reputation as a crowd slayer, and the colorful alias he still carries today The Comedy Barbarian. On stage Mike pushes the envelope every night with material that covers weird sex, to drug and alcohol abuse. His raucous no holds barred act never fails to get the crowd fired up. With over twenty five years of experience under his belt, and now at the height of his comedic powers, Michael hits the stage like a titan and does not relent until the entire audience is under his spell laughing at things they never thought they would. Some comics make you laugh, Mike McCarthy will make you laugh till you cry. Don’t miss this high energy, balls to the walls comedy experience..... JUST REMEMBER TO FASTEN YOUR SEATBELTS!!!!!!!

October 28 - October 30
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Nathan Wallace

Nathan Wallace is a Laugh In Comedy Cafe regular who has graced stages all over Florida and beyond with his uproarious delivery. A Florida native, he brings big laughs with a gigantic hint of charisma as he tells of tales of his upbringing, family life, and everything in between.

November 04 - November 06
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Dean Napolitano

Dean Napolitano is a character actor who often portrays military and police roles, and has made small appearances in the television shows Las Vegas, The Shield, What About Brian?, and From the Earth to the Moon. Dean is also a comedian; he has performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival, at Bally's, on HBO with Jamie Morgan and Shawn Banks, and has opened for Joan Rivers often.

November 11 - November 13
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Jimmie “JJ” Walker

Rising from the streets of New York's ghettos to television superstardom, Jimmie Walker personifies the great American success story. His catch phrase "Dyn-o-mite!" is part of the modern vernacular, and he became such a major celebrity in the 1970's that Time Magazine named him "Comedian of the Decade. Walker was born on June 25th, 1947, on the mean streets of New York's South Bronx. At the time it was a poverty-ridden area notorious for its burned-out buildings, graffiti and crime, but to a very young boy, it was nothing more than "the neighborhood." Jimmie didn't grow up with thoughts of performing as a potential occupation. His life in the Projects centered around the basketball courts and ignoring school. Basketball was his first love, but at age fifteen, Jimmie only carried 129 pounds on his six foot frame, and the NBA wasn't calling. He left high school before graduating and joined the workforce, holding a number of odd jobs, including working as a vendor at Yankee Stadium. Walker eventually landed a delivery job at the Grand Union Market at a salary of $47 per week - before taxes. Even though he was working all day, Jimmie wanted to continue his education, so he made an arrangement with his boss to end his shift a little early and attend Theodore Roosevelt High School at night. He entered into the federally funded SEEK program, short for Search for Education, Evaluation and Knowledge, which accepted students who needed an educational "half-way house" as they climbed the educational ladder. His studies at SEEK focused on mathematics and literature. At age 19, Walker had some catching up to do with his grammar lessons, but his writing skills became stronger when he began writing for a class in Oral Interpretation—and along the way, he discovered he was funny. When he delivered one piece he'd penned to his SEEK classmates, they howled! When asked by one appreciative teenager, "Are you a comedian?" Walker answered, "I guess I am." And with that, the first seeds were sown for Jimmie Walker's comedic fame Upon completion of the SEEK program, Jimmie began to learn about the world of radio at the RCA Technical Institute. He started as an engineer, which required a first-class license that was available only through hours of study and by passing a test. Within a year he had earned his first-class ticket to the future. Jimmie walked into a small local radio station, WRVR, and was immediately hired as a part-time engineer at a salary of $100 per week In 1967, he improved his "day job" by moving up to WMCA radio for $250 a week, but performing comedy was still something he wanted to try. A mutual friend introduced him to The Last Poets, a group dedicated to performing militant poetry. They needed an opening act and after a successful audition, Walker opened for the Poets at the East Wind in Harlem on New Year's Eve. He did five minutes of standup, floored the crowd of 350, and stayed with the Poets for 18 months while he built his act and gained confidence as a performer. By 1969, Jimmie was on stage at the African Room in Manhattan along with a few other up and coming talents, including Bette Midler, David Brenner and Steve Landesberg. Brenner was the first to get his big break and then helped Walker and the others, moving them all to Budd Friedman's Improv in New York where they occasionally got some valuable stage time. Brenner and his "disciples" soon turned into crowd favorites and became regulars onstage. To top it all off, Walker spent a year as the youngest MC in the history of the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem. In those early days, doing "The Tonight Show" was a direct line to the Big Time. Brenner made it first, followed by Landesberg, Midler and Freddie Prinze, but by 1972 Jimmie still hadn't landed that "big break." Then Brenner, Landesberg and Midler, scheduled for the powerhouse "Jack Paar Show", refused to appear unless Walker was also given a spot. The Paar staff gave in, and were glad they did. Jimmie's first guest shot was successful beyond anyone's expectations. Dan Rowan, who had seen the show, immediately flew Jimmie to Los Angeles to guest on a "Laugh In" special. That was followed by a second guest spot on "Jack Paar", and a contract with CBS to perform each week as the audience warm-up for the sitcom "Carlucci's Department." The series of successes gave Walker the confidence to give up his day job, and in 1972 he was working as the main attraction in all the top comedy clubs. His soaring popularity prompted Time Magazine to name him "Comedian of the Decade". Spotted by the casting director for Norman Lear of "All in the Family" fame, Jimmie accepted a part in Lear's new urban-styled comedy series, "Good Times." The role of the broadly strutting, wisecracking J.J. Evans would launch him into television superstardom. "Dyn-o-mite!" was the phrase that made him famous nationwide. As "Good Times" enjoyed a six year run, Walker's fame grew exponentially. He was the first winner of the NAACP Image Award, and won a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. He appeared on The Mac Davis Show, Donny and Marie, The John Davidson Show, The Merv Griffin Show, Dinah, The Mike Douglas Show, The Hollywood Squares, and the Match Game. Clothing, tee-shirts and even a talking doll that blurted out his signature catch phrase were soon on store shelves everywhere. Even with his demanding schedule, Jimmie continued to appear as the headliner at top comedy clubs, including the world famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles. His joke writing team included a young David Letterman, Jay Leno and Byron Allen. Walker's television work would lead to movie roles, like boxer Bootney Farnsworth in "Let's Do it Again," co-starring with entertainment luminaries Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby. Jimmie also released a smash comedy album, "Dyn-o-mite!" that went gold. When "Good Times" ended in 1979, Aaron Spelling offered Walker a starring role in the short-lived "B.A.D. Cats" and returned to cast him again in 1983 in "At Ease", an ABC series about a bunch of United States Army misfits. He also landed choice roles in films like "Airplane!" and "Airport '79", and was a regular on television shows like "The Love Boat" and "Fantasy Island". In recent years he's made scene-stealing appearances on "The George Lopez Show", "Everybody Hates Chris" with Chris Rock, and "Scrubs". But despite all Jimmie's success on the big and small screens, stand-up comedy remains his first love. Walker currently tours the country 35 to 45 weeks a year performing live, and guesting on game shows and late night television. In his spare time he writes scripts for TV and movies, and continues to enjoy a comedy career now approaching five decades.

November 17
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Eric Grady (World's Tallest Comedian)

Eric Grady is a nationally touring, American, stand-up comedian, and actor... AND the World's Tallest Comedian. At least, that's what Google says. Eric has been performing stand-up comedy since the mid 1990s. He has honed his act into a hilarious, physical, rapid-fire, smart, unforgettable comedy show, that always leaves his audience wanting more. Don't miss your chance to see Eric Grady; the World's Tallest Comedian, coming soon to a comedy venue near you.

November 18
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RC Smith

A resident of New York City, RC has been doing comedy for many years, and he has the scars to prove it. He has performed as a headliner in clubs across the country and Canada, as well as a handful of shitty one-nighters he would just as soon forget. Known on the circuit for his flawless crowd rap and improvisational style, his influences are Lenny Bruce, Don Rickles and Gene Simmons. RC has done warm up for "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire","The Tony Danza Show","The Caroline Rhea Show", "The Ricki Lake Show"and several televison pilots. He is now the warm-up guy for the " Rachael Ray Show."

November 19 - November 20
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Chris Cope

Comedian Chris Cope is a Florida transplant living in Los Angeles, La’s been great to Chris thus far, In his short time in town, Chris has appeared on The Jimmy Kimmel Show, Laughs on Fox , Tosh.0 and “Grey’s Anatomy”. His Southern Charm isn’t limited to stage and screen, He has just released his first first full length comedy album, “White Trash Super Computer”, debuted in the Top 10 on Amazon.com and Top 25 on Itunes. Check Chris out on Pandora and Spotify or Headlining Comedy Clubs All Over The United States.

November 24 - November 27
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Kevin Lee

If ever there was a comedian/ magician to be seen, it is Kevin Lee. Kevin’s unique combination of comedy, magic and juggling leaves audiences both in awe and in stitches. Lee, has appeared on all of the national television stations on shows such as “Showtime at the Apollo”, HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam”, and Jamie Foxx’s “Uptown Comedy Club”, to name a few. Lee was also voted “Washington DC’s Funniest Comedian” by Washingtonian Magazine. Audiences are wowed by Kevin’s amazing juggling, fire and sword-swallowing comedy. Kevin’s stage career began at The Comedy Cafe in Washington DC where he placed first in the very first comedy competition he ever entered. After a quick stint as a Street Entertainer in DC, Lee moved to Venice Beach, CA, the Mecca of street performers. It was there that Kevin honed his craft, building his repertoire of comedy, magic and juggling to audiences of all ages and walks of life. While in California, Lee became a regular at the world’s famous Comedy Store. Lee has also been seen on five seasons of BET’s “Comic View” and his distinctive skills have allowed him to share the stage with legends such as Gladys Knight, Chris Rock, Steve Harvey, Whitney Houston, Chris Tucker and Sinbad. He performed for the troops in Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm and continues to entertain military bases around the world today, including Korea, Germany, Italy and Japan. Wynton Marsalis featured Lee in his “The Magic Hour Tour” which sold out from New York to Los Angeles in 2004. Lee, a high-energy, one-of-a-kind performer has brought audiences to their feet worldwide. A rare and true talent, Kevin Lee is not to be missed.

December 02 - December 04
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Mr. Showtime David Scott

Mr. Showtime David Scott is more then just a stand-up comedian. He is an entertainer and showman with a show that has been called "Sharp-witted", "Clever", "Classy" and "Pure Energy. Not only is there great stand-up comedy but there is so much more. There's a straight jacket. There's the "World's Most Dangerous Bit in Comedy". Even a little mind reading. Not to mention one of the best finales in the business that takes the audience on an incredibly funny journey through 4 decades of music. The Swinger David Scott has been featured on HBO and Comedy Central, is the host of his own nationally syndicated radio show and also happens to be the Guinness World Record Holder for Longest Stand-Up Comedy show by an Individual at 40 hours and 8 minutes. Forget everything you think you know about Stand-up Comedy. This is a show unlike anything you have ever seen.

December 16 - December 18
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Jamie Kennedy (as seen in SCREAM & Malibu's Most Wanted)

Jamie grew up in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, the son of a machinist and a paralegal, and the youngest of six children. He spent his formative years the same way as many children: being abused by nuns in Catholic school, tormenting his parents, and avoiding any thought of long-term goals. But when Jamie’s high school guidance counselor informed him that his grades, test scores and personality best suited him to a career of shoeing horses, he decided that the time had come to get serious about the future. Jamie spent his life thus far seeking the limelight, from faking a heart attack at age eight in order to turn the tide of a losing basketball game, to hyperventilating occasionally during boring classes, so he made a logical decision – he would become an actor. High school graduation comes and goes. Jamie enrolls in Delaware County Community College, where he earns a 4.0 grade point average after the first semester, because he dropped out of every single class except acting. His parents are none too pleased. He realized that the entertainment industry in suburban Pennsylvania is quite limited, and moved out to Los Angeles to start a brilliant career… as an extra. Jamie’s plan was well-thought out: after a few years as an extra, he’ll work his way up to a role as a wacky neighbor on a sitcom and eventually land his own television show – easy as can be. However, Jamie quickly realizes that a career highlight for an extra, or as they refer to themselves, “background artists,” is being a stand-in for Crocodile Dundee’s earlobe close-up shot, and decided to pursue a different avenue toward success – networking with celebrities. After a series of intense callbacks, Jamie lands a job at a famed Hollywood eatery – The Red Lobster. He is thrilled to be working with the sister of Lara Jill Miller (the middle child on 80s sitcom Gimme a Break!), and hobnobbing with regular customers David Faustino (Bud Bundy of Married… With Children fame) and Arsenio Hall – he has finally arrived. But these brief brushes with the rich and famous fail to procure acting work for him, and he moves on to other jobs, including a brief stint as Janeane Garofalo’s maid, a job at the “Humphrey Yogurt” ice cream parlor (where Jamie is routinely taunted by his sixteen-year-old boss, Tiffany) and a waiter gig at a Beverly Hills vegetarian restaurant, highlighted by porn star Ron Jeremy’s frequent requests for orgy-friendly food (no dairy, wheat or sugar). Whether getting fired from a job as a page after pestering Tony Danza with questions regarding how to procure an agent, or being docked wages for asking Mindy Cohn what she’s up to post-Facts of Life (answer – a grim “nothing”), Jamie manages to stay upbeat and keep his eye on the prize, never giving up hope that he’ll one day be a working actor. His hard work starts to pay gains. But even after getting accepted by the Elyse Marshall School for Acting and Modeling and landing an agent who only works with eight year olds and advises Jamie to get a nose job, he still can’t get a paying acting job – the closest he comes is a callback for the part of a Dancing Egg for the California Fresh Eggs campaign. A summer at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford proves frustrating – the teachers decide that his quirky acting style is the result of drug addiction, he is ostracized by classmates after asking guest speaker Alan Rickman what it was like to work with Bruce Willis in Die Hard, and Jamie’s cash reserves are quickly depleted. Back in Los Angeles, running out of money, Jamie moves from his $90 a month apartment (where his sexually frustrated landlord attempts to trade late rent payments for an occasional butt-touching), then to his car, finally resigning himself to an illegal squat. Jamie loses a kidney, gains a homicidal roommate, and gets mugged for his pants. Having hit rock bottom, Jamie realizes that he has two choices. He can give up the dream… or he can use his catastrophic career failures as fodder for a career in stand-up comedy. Though a slew of humiliations follow, such as getting booed off stage at a West Hollywood gay bar for not being “pretty enough to imitate gay men,” Jamie eventually gets recognition for his comedic stylings at more welcoming venues, such as the Laugh Factory, the Improv, and even open mic night at Scientology Headquarters. But powerful agents and managers still snub him, neglecting to return his calls or attend his performances. Jamie knows that his work is improving, but he can’t get anyone to take notice. Then – a realization. Every actor and writer in Hollywood loves to complain about their representation, imagining that they could do their agent’s job with their eyes closed and their hands tied behind their backs. But Jamie has never been content to simply imagine, well, anything. So he takes it a step further: He becomes his own agent. He creates old-school agent Marty Power, choosing the name in the hopes that people will mistake his agent for real power-agent Marty Bauer, and crafting Marty’s fictional persona as a mélange of characteristics of the Hollywood players he has encountered. So, Jamie quits his day job as a telemarketer, and utilized the selling skills he has learned there to pose as Marty Power over the phone, complete with a gravelly Bronx accent. Months of pitching himself full-time pay off – agents and managers show up at his shows, like what they see, and vie to sign him. Jamie “segues” from Marty to actual human representation – and all of a sudden, things start going his way. Almost ten years after alighting in Hollywood, Jamie’s acting career starts to take off. His big break comes when he is cast in Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, and his career takes off when he is cast as the articulately cynical geek, Randy Meeks, in Wes Craven’s Scream, which breaks box office records, spawns a successful renewal of the horror genre, and lands him a Blockbuster Best Supporting Actor Award. Roles follow alongside Steve Martin in Bowfinger and George Clooney in Three Kings. Through a slew of career successes and setbacks, Jamie does what he knows best – persevere. Five years later, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment (JKX), a television show that can best be described as a combination of Candid Camera and Saturday Night Live, is born. JKX quickly becomes The WB’s highest-ranking new show, attracting three million viewers each week. Jamie is currently producing two new series for The WB airing in early 2005: reality-based The Starlet and the comedy Living With Fran (starring Fran Drescher). Jamie was once interviewed by Future Sport– A blog Focused on sports and fitness. In this interview he told media about his fitness journey that how a boy who wasn’t fitness conscious at all finally made his way into fitness and sports. He also agreed to the fact that fitness is very important part of human’s body and if someone wants to become fit, he/she should play sports or do any sort of exercise daily. He liked the idea of fitness blog to encourage people about fitness who lacks proper knowledge and benefits of being fit. He also stated that how technology has changed the link between fitness and peoples, Kids who need to be learn about fitness from their initial days tend to stay away from these things as they become lost in new technologies. He pointed out a fact that due to new technology available to commute like electric scooters and kids 4 wheeler , kids are learnt to use these vehicles from such a small age whereas they should be taught to walk and play more sports at this time.

December 10 - December 11
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Justin Smith

Justin Smith is a NYC based comedian from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. On paper he is the definition of an Oklahoma stereotype. He was raised in a religious household, went to a conservative Christian college, worked in the oilfield, loves BBQ and the phrase "fixen to". But it doesn't take long after meeting Justin to realize that he is farthest thing from a stereotype. He is quick-witted, brutally honest, and incredibly engaging, which is the main reason his resume is so diverse. Ranging from making fun of high school proms on MTV to talking about the intricate details of comedy on PBS, to performing at the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, not to mention participating in the notorious Hell Yes Fest in New Orleans and has performed at the underground comedy fest and the district of comedy festival at Kennedy Center in D.C. Justin has no limits. Justin currently resides in NYC where he lives in a Hispanic neighborhood, rides crowded trains everyday, and performs nightly all over the city. And loves every second.

January 06 - January 08
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J.F. Harris

J.F. Harris is a former NYC now LA based stand up comic and writer. You may have seen his stand up on The Late Late Show with James Corden and you can catch him on the new Bill Burr presents The Ringers on Comedy Central. J.F. has written for big stars like Will Smith and shows like Netflix's Magic For Humans. He tours regularly in theaters and arenas with his good friends Joel McHale, Whitney Cummings and The Impractical Jokers. J.F. headlines clubs around the world from Hong Kong to Australia, The US and Canada. He's been a part of the NY Comedy Fest, The Kennedy Centers District Of Laughs, Just For Laughs Road Shows, Wild West Comedy Festival, Guild's Laugh Fest and many more. If you are in Los Angeles you can catch J.F. Hosting WORKSHOP a new material show at The world Famous Comedy Store the last Tuesday of every month. J.F. can also regularly be seen at The Comedy & Magic Club and The Hollywood Improv.

January 13 - January 15
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