Owen Benjamin started his comedy career in music. Growing up with an opera singer father, Owen has played classical piano since childhood. Owen was a regular on MTV’s PUNK’D, E!’s CHELSEA LATELY, Comedy Central’s LIVE AT GOTHAM, Late Show with Jimmy Fallon, he's had his own special "Comedy Central Presents Owen Benjamin", he's a regular on Nick Swardson's "Pretend Time" as well as over ten appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Owen feature credits include I NOW PRONOUNCE YOU CHUCK AND LARRY and THE HOUSE BUNNY where he played Marvin the Butler. He can soon be seen in ALL’S FAIRE IN LOVE with Christina Ricci and BORN TO BE A STAR with Nick Swardson and JACK AND JILL with Adam Sandler. He has done stand up at the Aspen Comedy Festival, Montreal Comedy Festival, a nationwide 18 city tour with Vince Vaughn and Kevin James as well as clubs and colleges across America. His short films and web series (OWEN BENJAMIN PRESENTS and GAYTOWN) have accumulated over 10 million hits. His unique blend of music and comedy makes his show a must-see.
You can see him currently starring on the hit TBS sitcom, "Sullivan and Sons".
Lyndel Pleasant is a star in the making with an act that weaves hilarious confessions about life, marriage and fatherhood into a show filled with BIG laughs and FUN times for everyone.
Lyndel is poised to secure a diverse fan base, thanks to the subtle charm of this self-proclaimed, “Sex Symbol in Training” who performs without offensive language but packs in punch lines that assault the funny bone.
With a truly refreshing style of storytelling, Lyndel has entertained audiences at comedy clubs from coast to coast including such renowned venues as Caroline’s On Broadway in NYC & The Hollywood Improv.
No stranger to success, Lyndel has been reviewed for the finest comedy festivals in the industry and has performed with such high-profile acts as Chris Rock, Nick DiPaolo, Doug Stanhope and John Heffron just to name a few!
Be Gentle, Be Kind, but most importantly, Be Pleasant!
Eric Lewis-Baker is a man of many passions. As a comedian, orchestra teacher, and, most importantly, an 8th grade girls “B” team basketball coach, he is truly a renaissance man. He began performing stand up in 2011, and quickly made a name for himself by taking 2nd place in Madison’s Funniest Comic 2012. Before starting stand up, Eric performed as an improviser with The Titanic Players and founded the Madison sketch comedy team Manhole. He is currently living and performing stand up, improv, and sketch in Chicago.