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The comedy career of ERIC NIEVES began in the Bronx on December 17, 1971 born in the since shuttered Lincoln Hospital to Jose and Brunilda Nieves. (Mother found nothing funny about that day, but I had a good time.)
Flex Alexander was born and raised in the Bronx. For his first professional performance, he was paid $50 to break dance at a Bar Mitzvah.
What do you call a comedy juggler, a stand-up comedian, a comedy magician, and a composer of humorous songs who uses his act to teach people that they can overcome their deepest fears and accomplish anything they really want to? Most people just call him funny.
Comedian George Wallace began his adult professional life selling rags to dentists, mechanics, airlines and all others who he could convince that there existed a need for these cloth items.
At the young age of 15, Gilbert Gottfried began doing stand-up at open mike nights in New York City and, after a few short years, became known around town as "the comedian's comedian."
Greg hosts a radio show on Sirius "Howard 101", appeared for years on VH1's "Best Week Ever", and voices a weekly animated show on "Adult Swim" called "Dog vs. Cat".
Greg Warren, most recently seen on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," has been building a strong fan base around the country with his act inspired by stories from his Midwestern upbringing.
COMEDY TROUPE The Groundlings are L.A.'s oldest comedy troupe; it resembles Chicago's 'Second City' group in its improvisational approach to comedy. (The name Groundlings dates back to Shakespeare's time, when it referred to poorer theater-goers who sat on the ground between the stage and the costly seats.)
A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Heath Hyche was bitten by the acting bug when he wore a giant orange costume as his high school's mascot, even though the school's nickname was the Vikings.
Besides performing stand up comedy, Heather McDonald is a full-time writer and story producer on the E! Channel's "Chelsea Lately," an author and actress.
Horatio Sanz was born June 4, 1974 in Santiago, Chile. He joined "Saturday Night Live" on September 26, 1998 as a featured player, and the following season he was promoted to cast member status.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is a British celebrity chef, television personality, journalist, food writer and "real food" campaigner, known for his back-to-basics philosophy.
The seeds of Isaacs love for--and precocious performance of--stand-up comedy were planted at an early age, and we're not merely referring to the fact that he was born with the comedy-ready name ISAAC WITTY.
J. R. Havlan is a writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. As a writer for the Daily Show, he has won six Emmy's for Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program.
Author of Booty Food and an actor since the age of seven, Jacqui Malouf has appeared in sitcoms, episodic television and regional and off-Broadway theater.
James is one of Australia's best live stand up comedians. James has appeared on all of the major television network programs: Rove Live, The Footy Show, The Fat, The Comedy Channel's Headliners and made countless other TV appearances.
As an avid home cook and successful spice-shop owner, Janet Johnston brings her bright personality and true passion for spices to Food Network in her show, Spice & Easy.