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Michael Kosta is a stand-up comedian who was recently host and co-executive producer of The Comment Section for The Kardashian Network (formerly E!). Previously, Michael was seen on Fox Sports 1’s, Crowd Goes Wild, on which he and Regis Philbin lead a panel of experts in a lighthearted look at the world of sports. Kosta started out as an athlete; he is quick to point out that he was once-ranked number 864 in the world in professional tennis and earned over $11,000 on tour. Dont laugh, thats $11,000 more than you made as a pro athlete.
Kosta gained attention as a comedian when he broke out of the HBO Comedy and Arts Festival in Aspen. He quickly relocated to Los Angeles where he began his television career; he made regular appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno & Chelsea Lately before both those hosts drowned in their money and ended their shows. He has performed on Conan, @Midnight, Late Night with Seth Meyers, the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal and also starred in his own comedy special, Comedy Central Presents: Michael Kosta. As a host, Michael acted as a know-it- all correspondent for E!’s spinoff of The Soup, entitled The Soup Investigates, and was recently seen guest hosting the hit G4 series, Attack of The Show; that stint ended after Kosta caused the show as well as the network to be cancelled (the media says that the network was being reformatted, but we know better). Kosta has also developed or starred in pilots for NBC, Fox, and MTV that were all colossal failures. Michael can currently be seen on Comedy Central’s Snapchat series, Worst Birthday, which is based on his successful podcast. He also is the star and creator of the webseries Sports. Kosta. Basement. which is currently in production as a series for Verizon’s Go90 network.
In 2015, Kosta released his first comedy album on Comedy Dynamics Records, Comedy For Attractive People. Please dont listen to if you are ugly.
Greg's been on TV! He's co-starred on NBC's Great News, YouTube Red's Untitled E Sports Show, CBS's Angel from Hell, ABC's The Muppets! He's also been in over 11 commercials for 9 brands! But his Mom is still dead! What!?
Born and raised in Las Vegas, NV, to immigrant parents from Cuba, (Hollywood likes Diversity) Greg made his way out to San Diego, CA where he started doing Stand Up Comedy in 2009. Now in Los Angeles, Greg has performed at SF Sketchfest (2017 & 2016), RIOT LA (LA’s Alt Comedy Festival) in 2015 & 2014 & the Bridgetown Comedy Festival (2014) & opens for many comedians he does not feel like name dropping to further boost his image.
He also does Sketch Comedy! What!? You can see Greg monthly at Westside Comedy Theatre on their Main Stage Sketch Team: The Westside Sketch Company. Each month they produce a brand new hour of live sketch comedy.
He also does Digital Sketch! What!? His sketch group, Tunguska Yacht Club (now The Yacht Club because you idiots can't spell), has been featured by Mas Mejor, Comedy Central, Playboy.com, Funny or Die, Huffington Post Comedy, Men’s Humor, You Tube What’s Popular, The 2012 International Song Writing Competition, and countless Eastern European sites he can not understand.
Greg also co-wrote, co-produced, and participated in a Publisher’s Clearing House Prank on his best friend, Reed Hahn, which was featured on MTV’s Prank’d Season 2, TRU TV’s Top 20 Most Shocking Pranks (2010), TRU TV’s Top 20 Funniest Big Check, No Money (2013), TRU TV’s World’s Dumbest (2013), and TRU TV’s Totally Random (2015).
Geoffrey Asmus started comedy in 2013 right after graduating college in order to negate six years of studying Religious Studies and History. In a short time Geoffrey won Comedy on State’s “Madison's Funniest Comedian 2015” and Penguin Comedy Club’s “Funniest Person in Iowa 2015,” beating out the guy who invented meth both times.
Shortly thereafter Geoffrey was selected for the ‘New Faces’ showcase at the 2016 Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal and seen by four people on Fox TV’s ‘Laughs.’ He has also been featured at the Bridgetown, Limestone and Boston comedy festivals and has opened for Brian Posehn, Todd Barry, Daniel Sloss and Andrew Santino among others.
Onstage and offstage Geoffrey will not make eye contact, which is a blessing for all.