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Matt Ritter recently traded big law for the big stage. He graduated from the University Pennsylvania Law School and worked as a corporate lawyer at one of the top firm's in the country before leaving the law to pursue a career in entertainment. Matt’s voice can be heard both behind the camera as well as in front, center stage.
Matt has carved out an interesting niche in the standup space: founding a troupe of lawyers turned comedians, aptly named the "Comedians at Law" and headlining across the country from the Hollywood Improv to Gotham Comedy Club as well as many corporate gigs. Additionally, Matt has been a guest commentator on various programs (CBS News, Fox News “On the Record”, NBC, MTV.com, ComedyTime TV, and Askmen.com), has guest hosted (Sirius XM “Raw Dog” Comedy) and is a writer for various publications (Above the Law, Bitter Lawyer, Readers Digest, and US Weekly). Behind the camera, Matt is a writer and TV producer on various shows including A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” and Discovery's “Fat N’ Furious." He is also the co-creator of the television series “Chained to My Ex” which premiered on MSNBC recently to rave reviews, and he has sold scripted projects to Comedy Central and E! and is an on-camera host of multiple aftershows on Afterbuzz TV.
Tony is a midwestern gem that was polished in Chicago before being tossed into the crazy mix of sunny So-Cal.
Schooled in Molecular/Marine Biology, he's since turned his back on Science and has been performing on stage ever since.
Since turning in his lab coat, he’s written and produced on several shows including Food: Fact or Fiction? with Michael McKean, MTV’s Ridiculousness, AWE’s Super Fan Builds, CNBC’s Jay Leno’s Garage, A&E’s Brandi and Jarrod: Married to the Job, and A&E’s Storage Wars: Barry Strikes Back.
As an actor he’s appeared on Tru TV’s Hack My Life, Those Who Can’t, 'Food: Fact or Fiction?', Attack of the Show and more!
His debut comedy album, “Scaredy Cat,” with Stand Up! Records was heralded by Huffington Post and recommended highly by LA Weekly.
Brooke Van Poppelen is a NYC based comic, actress and writer who has appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and performed on Season 4 of The John Oliver New York Stand-Up Show on Comedy Central. Brooke is a cast member of "World's Dumbest" on truTV and also appears as a talking head and panelist for different vh1 and MTV shows that make fun of the internet and celebrities. You can see Brooke on IFC doing stand-up in a tattoo parlor for some very confused people and even more confusing is her brief stint on TLC's "American Chopper" Season 6 as Mikey Teutul's comedy coachOff camera Brooke is currently a writer and producer for "Girl Code" on MTV seasons 1& 2 as well as an author for the forthcoming Girl Code books. She has contributed writing for "Guy Code" seasons 2 & 3 on MTV2, was a staff writer for "Failosophy" on MTV and contributed writing for "Nikki and Sara Live".Brooke will be a featured headliner at the 2014 Melbourne International Comedy Festival and has performed at Riot Fest LA, The 2013 Bentzen Ball in D.C. with headliners Ira Glass & Tig Notaro, SXSW, and The Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival.In NYC, she performs regularly at UCB Theater on shows like Whiplash and has headlined Caroline's on Broadway as part of their "Breakout Artist Series." In Brooklyn she can be seen at Union Hall, Littlefield, The Bellhouse and her own show Dive Comedy at Freddy's Back Room every 2nd and 4th Monday at 9pm with co-host Giulia Rozzi. Prior to NYC she performed and trained in Chicago at The Second City, IO, and Playground Theater. Brooke hails from the Detroit suburbs and loves coney dogs.
Thu Jan 3 2019 7:30 PM
(Doors 7:00 PM)