Nikki Glaser first gained notoriety during season four of "Last Comic Standing" when she advanced to the semi-finals while she was still attending college. Since then, she has performed stand-up on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Last Comic Standing" season seven. Nikki now headlines clubs and colleges, and has been invited to the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival three times. Nikki has appeared in the film "Punching the Clown," the comedy documentary "I Am Comic" and Amy Schumer's pilot for Comedy Central. Nikki also co-hosts the popular comedy podcast, "You Had to Be There," which was recently profiled in The New York Timesmagazine. Additionally, Nikki is a frequent guest on "The Bob and Tom Radio Show."
Most recently, Nikki, along with her podcast cohost, Sara Schaefer, can be seen on MTV hosting their weekly late-night talk show, "The Nikki and Sarah Show," which they have co-written and produced together. Nikki is currently residing in New York City where she can be seen performing regularly at The Comedy Cellar and other venues around the city.
Based in Los Angeles by way of Atlanta, Dave made his television debut on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” in 2013 and in the same year was selected to the prestigious “New Faces” showcase at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal as well as being named one of the “12 Comics to Watch” by L.A. Weekly Magazine. Dave can also be heard voicing several characters on Adult Swim’s hit animated series “Squidbillies” on the Cartoon Network and was a co-founding member of the nationally acclaimed “Beards of Comedy Tour”, who released their sophomore album “Cardio Mix” on Comedy Central Records in 2011. Since 2008, Dave has spent 175+ days a year on the road, sharing stages with some of the industry’s brightest stars, such as Brian Regan, Patton Oswalt, Maria Bamford, Marc Maron, Kyle Kinane and John Mulaney. Dave’s laid back and self-deprecating style make him a hit with a wide variety of audiences, transcending age, race, class, gender, height and weight.
Stacey Kulow, adorable, charming, and a performer since childhood, has always considered herself the class clown, even though in high school she was voted Most Likely to Program a Calculator. What’s that about? Stacey got her first taste of the professional stage when she won Atlas Improv’s The Cut in 2008. As a member of Atlas, and now as a stand-up comedian, she has made the stage her second home. Stacey won Madison's Funniest Comic 2014 after being a finalist in 2013. She stared in the short film, "Long Distance" selected for the 2013 Wisconsin Film Festival. She also was a Quarter-Finalist in the 2013 She-Devil Comedy Festival in New York City. Stacey spends her weekends traveling to comedy gigs throughout the country or performing stand-up or improv right in the amazing city of Madison. Stacey may appear small, cute, and innocent, but is packed with surprises.