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Gary Cannon has been doing stand up comedy for nearly 20 years and has worked all over the country.
Comedy clubs love Gary for his high energy and ability to jump start a room very quickly. It's why Gary is a welcome host at so many clubs in and around California. Gary has turned his hosting skills into a great job becoming the audience warm up comic for television shows including Dancing with the Stars, Americas Got Talent, James Corden, Chelsea Handler and Gary is now the current audience warm up comic for the Conan O'Brien show.
At only 23 years old, Taylor Tomlinson commands the stage with the confidence and capability of an expert comedian. Recently selected as a New Face at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival, Taylor’s stage presence is matched by her surprisingly honed and authentic point-of-view, one that emphasizes how wildly normal she can be in a wildly bizarre world. Her self- deprecating charm and conversational wit have made her a favorite at comedy clubs, colleges, and corporate events across the country.
Taylor can currently be seen as a series regular on MTV’s Safe Word and was recently featured on the Comedy Central series Adam Devine's House Party. Taylor was a top ten finalist on season 9 of NBC's Last Comic Standing.
Originally from the Midwest, raised in Orange County, college in Montana and a three year stint in Asia make Patrick Keane a comedian with a background. Why college in Montana? Football scholarship. Why Asia? To get away from football.
Patrick has appeared on Comedy Central, the Late Late Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, the Bob and Tom show, XM Radio, Spotify, Comics Unleashed, and the Montreal Comedy Festival. Asked what the key is to comedy, this writer/comedian says, “I try not to be funny and it usually works.”
Patrick can name all the U.S. Presidents in order and knows every Super Bowl match up in history. He feels bad that he's so knowledgeable about sports when he can't even remember all the names of people in his family.
His dry sarcastic self-deprecating style originates from comedy influences Bill Murray, Gene Wilder and John Wooden.
Like Tom Hagen, Patrick Keane is of German-Irish descent.
In addition to doing comedy, Patrick also likes to do magic and sometimes he's able to make comedy completely disappear from the room.