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Dennis Miller

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Dennis Miller is a five-time Emmy award winner for his half-hour, live talk show “Dennis Miller Live” which had a nine year run on HBO. He also wrote and starred in the Emmy-nominated cable comedy special “Raw Feed”, his sixth such special. He was the host and executive producer of CNBC’s “Dennis Miller”, a topical […]

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Oct 13, 20143
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Bill Maher

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Bill Maher is a comedian, talk show host and political commentator.

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Oct 13, 20143
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Al Franken

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Al Franken is the junior senator of Minnesota who first gained notice as a comedian and political satirist during his long tenure on Saturday Night Live.

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Oct 13, 20143
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Lewis Black

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Lewis Black is an American comedian, author, playwright, social critic and actor. He is known for his angry face, comedy and style, which often includes simulating a mental breakdown, or an increasingly angry rant, ridiculing history, politics, religion, trends and cultural phenomena. He hosted the Comedy Central series Lewis Black’s Root of All Evil, and […]

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Oct 13, 20143
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Nick Revell

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Nick Revell’s extensive writing credits for radio and television include The Million Pound Radio Show, Drop the Dead Donkey and Sunday Format, which won the 1999 British Comedy Award for best radio comedy. Nick co-hosted Radio 4 satirical election shows with John Oliver in 2005. He has also hosted Open Book – Radio 4’s highbrow […]

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Oct 9, 20143
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Patton Oswalt

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Patton Oswalt has been headlining at comedy clubs all over the United States since 1996, as well as appearing in his own standup specials on Comedy Central and HBO. He was chosen as Entertainment Weekly’s “It” comedian in 2002. He is a regular on Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1993). His other television credits include […]

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Oct 7, 20143
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Sklar Brothers

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Growing up outside of St. Louis, Randy & Jason Sklar had a typical suburban upbringing – playing soccer and baseball after school, hanging out with friends. Then they found comedy. The two began performing in High School at a local comedy club and continued through college hosting a monthly, on-campus comedy night at The University […]

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Oct 6, 20143
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Vanessa Hollingshead

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Vanessa Hollingshead is the quintessential New Yorker. She only got her driver’s license a couple of years ago. As a child, she spent a year at Millbrook Mansion with her father as he introduced Timothy Leary, and later, the Beatles to LSD. After an accidental “trip” of her own when she was only five, she […]

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Oct 6, 20143
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Jimmy Dore

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In 1995, Jimmy Dore moved to Los Angeles to get on television and it actually worked. He has appeared on every major network multiple times. The high point of Jimmy’s stand-up career came when he taped his own 1/2 hour Comedy Special for Comedy Central. Jimmy played the hilarious neighbor on AMC’s Movies at My […]

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Oct 2, 20143
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Chris Bliss

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A fresh and captivating new voice in American satire, Chris Bliss delivers smart comedy for the information age. Now a Tonight Show favorite, Jay Leno has called him “one of the brightest comedians around.” Before beginning his comedy career, Chris was internationally known as an innovative variety artist – touring with major artists from Eric […]

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Oct 2, 20143
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