Rachel Feinstein grew up outside Washington DC in the ruthless streets of Bethesda, Maryland. She maintained a healthy, robust D- average in school, while still finding time to mock and imitate her loved ones. Rachel moved to New York city at age 17 to start her career as an actress and slowly developed her character driven stand up act which her mom refers to as her "Talent Show." Rachel' s Comedy Central Presents stand up special is now airing. She was also a finalist on Season 7's "Last Comic Standing" and was featured on Russell Simmons, "Live at the El Ray", TBS's "Just for Laughs" series and "Comics Unleashed." Rachel has written for "The Onion" and has voiced various characters on Adult Swim's "Venture Brothers", the animated Comedy Central web series, "Samurai Love God" and Spike TV's "Battle Pope." She has also been seen on E! And CNN's "Not Just Another Cable News Show. Rachel also reviews hip hop as her Grandma based on a star of david ratings system on comedycentral.com. You can hear the character, "Ice Cold Rhoda", "The Original Gangster Grandma" interviewing Ginuwine and Rhoda can be seen as VH1's hip hop correspondent on their new music special, "The Winningest Winners of 2011" airing on Dec. 7th. Ice Cold Rhoda is the only member of the AARP and the Illimunati. International spots include "Montreal Comedy Festival", Scotland's "Glasgow Comedy Festival", a TV show in Amsterdam that Rachel can't remember the name of and a U.S. Military tour in Korea.
Born in Miami and raised as an only child by a single hippie mother, Forrest Shaw got into stand-up comedy after a decade of life as a marine biologist. Saving manatees and counting seagrass by day, at night, Forrest dedicated himself to comedy, quickly working his way into regular club work. The influence of his former life as a biologist is evident in his material. Forrest delivers witty and clever anecdotes of his unorthodox with a wry smile. He shares his own faults and failures with the audience in hopes that they too can find the lighter side of those things in life, which sometimes seem too much to bear. He also isn't fond of stupid people; but who is? Life is complicated and it shouldn't be. We have created all of this stress and aggravation so the healthiest thing to do is make fun of ourselves and laugh about it.
He was in the 2011/2010 South Beach Comedy Festival, the 2011 Laugh Detroit festival, the 2010 New York Underground Comedy Festival, the 2010 World Series of Comedy, the 2009 Just For Laughs Comedy Festival showcase, and Sleepless Night 2009. Forrest was a finalist for the 2007 Comedy Central Open Mic Fight and the 2007 Las Vegas Comedy Festival Lucky 21 showcase. He was a finalist for the 2007 Carnival Comedy Challenge and the winner of the 2006 South Florida New Faces Comedy Contest. Forrest is a member of The All Organic Comedy Tour. Forrest was featured in a commercial for the Florida Marlins 2009 campaign. He has also appeared in several other television ads, radio ads, on CBS4 news, and WSVN (Deco Drive).
Bryan Morris is a comedian quickly making a name for himself at comedy clubs and festivals across the country.
Bryan delights audiences (presumably you) by expertly balancing sharp observational humor with energetic absurdism. His quick wit, clever material, boyish charm, and manish jawline make him a loveable, relatable crowd favorite.
In 2012 Bryan won Madison’s Funniest Comic Contest with a performance that inspired The Onion’s AV Club to call Bryan, “The Michael Jordan of comedy.” Bryan was also a runner up in Laughfest's "Best of the Midwest 2014," a finalist in the Funniest Person in the Twin Cities Competition, and other impressive comedy things. Bryan has been performing with Atlas Improv Co for nearly 10 years.
He also loves wearing hoodies.