Moses is an Actor/Comedian born in the midwest. He spent the first half of his life traveling in a bus with his family of missionaries. After years of extreme religious repression and homeschooling, Moses has emerged with a highly unique comic voice and knowing nothing about "Science". Moses can be seen starring on the HULU series 4 TO 9ERS, NBC episodic ABOUT A BOY, and the Universal movie UNFRIENDED. Moses is a very gifted young stand-up, host and sketch comedian and currently co-hosts & produces a bi-monthly show on the Nerdist stage at Meltdown called, THIS SHOW IS YOUR SHOW and TRIFECTA at UCB Sunset. Moses is also an acclaimed storyteller. He won the Moth's GrandSLAM and has been featured on KCRW several times. He also gained a large social media following this year from his viral video and social media posts detailing how he tried to throw his own birthday party at the Chilli's To-Go at LAX. His newest social experiment is entitled #MODERN MILLENNIAL, which began as a Kickstarter campaign that was fully funded and had him living full time at an art installation in Downtown LA in September 2014.....And yeah, that's his real name.
Nat Baimel is a comedian, upbeat problem solver, and awkward philosopher with a knack for always looking on the bright side. His smart, well-crafted material often tackles the most serious of subjects in a silly manner that will make you laugh as much as it will make you think.
Nat has been heard on Gabriel Iglesias' Stand-Up Revolution on XM Radio. You've likely seen one of his jokes online, as they've garnered tens of millions of views and been shared hundreds of thousands of times across MTV.com, BuzzFeed, the Chive, Cheezburger, College Humor, 'Laughs' on Fox, Rolling Stone, the front page of Reddit (dozens of times), and on the popular Facebook page of George Takei (three times). As a writer, he was a semi-finalist in the highly respected NBC Writers On The Verge as well as the Nickelodeon Writer's Program, where he placed in the top ten out of thousands of applicants.
Nat has performed at the prestigious Laughing Skull and San Francisco International Comedy Competitions, and headlined internationally at the 7th annual Hong Kong Comedy Festival. He lives in Los Angeles and tours the nation constantly. Life is good. He can't complain, but he's Jewish, so he probably will.