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JIMMY BROGAN

COMEDIAN/WRITER

CHARLENE MAE

COMEDIAN

BRANDON YOUNG

CO-DIRECTOR

TONY CALABRESE

COMEDIAN

EDDIE BRILL

COMEDIAN/FORMER LATE SHOW BOOKER

Jimmy Brogan is an American stand-up comedian, writer and actor. He has made numerous standup appearances on the talk show circuit including The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and Late Night with David Letterman.

 

He was a writer on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno for 9 years. As an actor he starred in the ABC sitcom Out of the Blue.

General Q&A and Open-Mic Feedback

MARIA HERMAN

CO-DIRECTOR

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Charlene Mae's standup career started in 1997, she toured the country and opened for headliners such as Jeff Dunham, Marc Curry and Bill Engvall. She quit comedy for a few years and started back again in 2010.  

 

Her material is versatile and her performance flows with non-stop laughter, all while being edgy without being offensive.  In 2013 Charlene was invited to the Great American Comedy Festival, won a Clean Comedy Challenge and took 4th in the CA Funniest Females, and featured for Comedian Hal Sparks on the road, including at the Riviera in Las Vegas and was invited to return for the second time to the “Women in Comedy” Festival in Boston, Mass.

 

Charlene Mae was featured on Rules Of Engagement for 3 seasons, is a regular on ABC Baby Daddy and has recently been featured on Scott Baio’s new sitcom “See Dad Run”

A native San Diegan, Tony Calabrese has been performing comedy since 1995, specializing in corporate events and as a master of ceremonies and auctioneer for charity benefits.

 

He performs regularly at The Comedy Store, The Comedy Palace, The Madhouse Comedy Club and other San Diego and L.A. clubs and venues. Tony also teaches standup comedy at the Point Loma Actors Studio and National Comedy Theater.

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Brandon is a Christian comedian based out of San Diego. He's one of the co-directors and founder of the CCC and has years of experience performing on church shows, producing clean comedy shows, and is a former director of the San Diego Comedy Festival.

Eddie Brill is an American comedian, writer, and actor who started his career in Boston, Massachusetts. He was previously the warm-up comedian and comedy talent coordinator of Late Show with David Letterman. Brill tours frequently, performing in the US as well as England, Ireland, France, Australia, Amsterdam, and Hong Kong. At one time, he was a humor consultant for Reader's Digest.

 

He is also the creative director of the very successful Great American Comedy Festival that honors Johnny Carson. In addition to helping book comedy festivals around the world, he is also an international stand-up comedian and a three time MAC award winner. Eddie has also been featured on over 100 TV shows in six different countries. As an actor he has appeared on the FX TV show "Louie" and in films such as "30 Years to Life" with Tracy Morgan.

Co Producer of Comedy Heights, San Diego's most successful clean comedy show, Maria is an award winning radio journalist, and former radio morning show producer and on air talent, with more than 20 years of MC experience at fundraisers, music festivals, state fairs, and comedy shows. 

She's done thousands of voice overs and performed at festivals and clubs all over the world, and Point Loma Life Magazine's front page cover article called her animated style 'fun to watch and simply hilarious'.  

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A full-time comedian since 1989, Scott Wood’s rapid-fire comedic delivery and arsenal of well over 300 celebrity and animated impressions are a hilarious delight.

 

Scott, known as "Mr. Punchline,"has appeared on ABC, NBC, BET, Fox, Comedy Central, and was featured on America's Got Talent.

 

He is also the author of the comedy writing workbook, "The Fast and the Funny."

SCOTT WOOD

COMEDIAN/WRITER

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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