Barry Rothbart is one of the young rising stars in comedy today, as one of the stars of MTV’s revamp of "Punk'd ," as a stand-up guest on the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno", "Conan", "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson", "Adam Davine’s House Party" on Comedy Central, as well as landing a role of Ben on TNT’s "Men of A Certain Age."
He co-wrote and starred in the IFC show "Do Whatever," and could be seen in a series of national commercials including: Taco Bell, Honda and Miller Light. He was named a “New Face” and “Best of the Fest” performer at the 2011 Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival, was again honored at the festival in 2013 as one of Variety’s "10 Comics to Watch," and was invited to the New York, Boston, and Underground Comedy Festivals. Recently, Barry wrapped a role in the Martin Scorsese film "The Wolf of Wall Street" opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill. Originally starting in NYC in sketch and improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade, he still continues to perform sketch and recently debuted a one-man character show at UCB Theater in Los Angeles and UCB East in NYC.
Jacob Williams' comedy is known for its dry wit and imaginative twists. He has worked with some of the biggest names in comedy, including Andy Dick, Tom Green, Whitney Cummings and many more. In 2011, Jacob opened for Pauly Shore's comedy special in Las Vegas. He also performed on a show for the Bob and Tom All-Stars Tour in California that year. Jacob lives in Chicago where he studied improv at Improv Olympic, Second City, Comedy Sportz and Annoyance Theater. He recently made his national television debut on the current season of NBC's America's Got Talent.
Greg Berman is a Minneapolis performer who’s been entertaining people since childhood. Starting as a magician, Greg entertained professionally at kids brithday parties, restaurants, libraries, and corporate events, and large stage shows. Then, Greg quickly became the top public speaker in the nation for Speech/Forensics in high school having won the first place at the national tournament in humorous/dramatic interpretation of a literary work. Having recently finished college, Greg has been holding his own in the highly competitve Twin Cities standup comedy scene, gracing all of the major stages while also delving into the world of acting. Amidst various commercial appearances and music video roles, Greg recently landed the lead role in a Midwest Independent thriller titled “Red Ice”, set to release in early 2015. But this has not distracted him from stand- up comedy as he has opened for the likes of Josh Blue, Jackie Kashian, Barry Rothbart and many other notable acts, and was a two time semi-finalist of the Twin Cities Funniest Person contest. His incredibly personable, energetic, and fast paced humor keeps the audience guessing from the moment he hits the stage, while his commanding stage presence makes it impossible to look away.