Thirty-two-year-old comedian Chris Fairbanks started his career in stand-up comedy in 1998, when he left Montana to join the comedy circuit in Texas. He has appeared in multiple comedy festivals, such as the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, as part of its New Faces showcase. In 2003, he won the Funniest Person in Austin contest.
He has also appeared in films, the first being 2002’s Six in Austin: Wrecked. He also appeared in the films Dance Club, Soap S!$#!# and …Could Be Something There. He has also done voice work for the 2005 animated film Valiant. Fairbanks has also made several unaired pilots for MTV, and has appeared in an episode of the MTV reality contest The 70s House. His other television appearances include stints in Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, and a guest appearance on the late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Fairbanks is currently a correspondent for action sports channel Fuel TV, as well as a regular in the Comedy Central reality show Reality Bites Back. Aside from touring as a stand-up comic, Fairbanks also earns his living as an artist, having done posters for films such as Dance Club and Don’t Eat the Baby: Adventures at Post-Katrina Mardi Gras, animations for the 2001 film Ladyporn, as well as storyboards. He also creates illustrations for Thrasher magazine.
Conrad Courtney first got on stage about five years ago and has since become a crowd favorite at major comedy clubs nationwide. Growing up in Kansas as the middle child in a family of dysfunctional, wannabe outlaws, Conrad developed a natural ability to make anything seem funny. Using his quick wit and just a touch of filth, he has crafted an act that hits home with audiences
Winner of Madison's Funniest Comic 2011! The curious wit of Mike Schmidt has been sending audiences home happy since 2004. Prior to that, it was simply getting Mike sent home from schools and universities. Never preachy and never predictable, Mike is the perfect choice to entertain a comedy audience or to help hide a body.