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Michele Balan

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Michele Balan was one of the four finalists on NBC’s 2006 “Last Comic Standing,”  and she is “The Last Woman Comic . . .. ” Voted one of the “Top 10 Comics” by Backstage Magazine in 2004, Michele Balan is a brash, New York Stand-up comedian who has performed on Comedy Central as well as […]

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Oct 6, 20143
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Sabrina Matthews

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Sabrina Matthews is an openly lesbian comic who relates the absurd in everyday life in a witty anecdotal style. Playland Magazine says, “She is instantly likeable and charms both gay and straight audiences”. Her hilarious half-hour comedy special, “Comedy Central Presents Sabrina Matthews”, premiered in January, 2001, and according to Willamette Week, “she wowed viewers […]

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Oct 6, 20143
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Judy Gold

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Judy Gold, born in Newark, New Jersey, stands as one of today’s highest stars. Not only is she 6’3, but she is an actress, a comedienne, producer & writer, and also a mother – of her two sons Henry & Benjamin, along with her long-term partner, Sharon. She’s appeared in movies such as ‘Lois Lives […]

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Sep 30, 20143
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Carol Leifer

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Currently, Carol Leifer is penning pilots under deals with both Brad Gray Television and Big Ticket TV. Most recently, Carol served as the executive producer Ellen Degeneres’ show “Ellen Again” and co-executive producer of the Dreamworks/ABC series “It’s Like, You Know”. Most notably, Carol served as a writer and supervising producer on HBO’s critically acclaimed […]

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Sep 23, 20143
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Bob Smith

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Bob Smith has the distinction of being the first openly gay comedian to appear on The Tonight Show and have his own HBO Special, The Bob Smith Comedy Half-Hour. He’s also appeared on the first national television showcase for gay and lesbian performers, Comedy Central’s Out There, for which he was also the head writer. […]

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Aug 25, 20143
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