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  • Steve Soelberg: We Say Bim

    Movie

    Extremely funny comedian and overall nice person Steve Soelberg brings an observational, story telling style of comedy which has repeatedly left his regularly sold out audiences in stitches.

  • Shayne Smith: Prison for Wizards

    Movie

    Former Gang Member, current comedian, future famous comedian. Shayne Smith is the runner up in the Wiseguys' 2015 Funniest Person In Utah competition, winner of the 2015 Salt City Comedy Superstar contest and most recently voted best Alternative Comedian of 2016 by City Weekly.

  • Shayne Smith: Alligator Boys

    Movie

    Stand-up comedian Shayne Smith delivers more stories about everything from a failed robbery to a wrestling match in the New York Subway and even saving the life of a dog in his second original Dry Bar Comedy special, "Alligator Boys".

  • Bob Smiley: You're Just Hungry

    Movie

  • Brian Moote: Getting Schooled

    Movie

    Brian Moote started performing stand up in 2005 while he was working as a teacher in the Seattle School District.

  • Key Lewis: Half Black, Half White, Looks Mexican

    Movie

    Sacramento California born Key Lewis is a high energy, improvisational, storytelling, multiple-personality nutcase!

  • Andrew Sleighter: Breakfast Stealer

    Movie

    Andrew Sleighter started in comedy looking for the perfect funny line to open a biography. Since then, Andrew's laid-back style and clever writing has won him appreciation from fans and respect from his peers.

  • Bob Smiley: Tartar Terrorist

    Movie

    In-demand stand up comedian known for his machine gun approach and hilarious, clean material. He has performed all over the U.S.

  • Cam Bertrand: Sophisticated Ignorance

    Movie

    Cam shares his outlook on relationships and life through the eyes of a 23-year-old in a way that everyone can relate to.

  • Bengt Washburn: Poking a Grizzly

    Movie

    Bengt Washburn is an Aquarius with Hazel eyes who prefers boxer briefs, solid deodorants, and Crest toothpaste.

  • Bengt Washburn: Not Bad

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    Bengt Washburn is an Aquarius with Hazel eyes who prefers boxer briefs, solid deodorants, and Crest toothpaste.

  • Mark Christopher Lawrence: Clean Outta Compton

    Movie

    Mark Christopher Lawrence (born May 22, 1964) is an American character actor, stand-up comedian, and voice-over artist.

  • Andrew Hobbs: A Joke Unless It Works

    Movie

    Have you ever, as an adult, been bullied by a healthcare professional or popular middle school girl? Andrew has.

  • Jordan Makin: The BFFG (The Big Fat Funny Ginger)

    Movie

    Born and raised in the heart of Utah County, Jordan Makin had to compensate for his red hair and uneventful childhood by learning to be funny.

  • Josh Fonokalafi: The Specific Islander

    Movie

    Joshua T Fonokalafi is a Utah based comedian from the mean streets of Ogden, Utahs own Compton. Raised in the Northwest and the son of an Islander immigrant, Joshua tells of his hardships growing up as one of the biggest minorities in the country.

  • Christian Pieper: Glutton for Punishment

    Movie

    Christian Pieper is an award-winning and crowd-pleasing comedian from Beaver Dam, Kentucky, now living in Los Angeles.

  • Collin Moulton: Anti-Animal Vegan

    Movie

    Collin is one of the most fun, personable, and sought after headliners today. He has had his own stand-up special on SHOWTIME, he's been on NICKELODEON, and was recently featured on LAST CALL WITH CARSON DALY.

  • Danny Villalpando: Too Informative

    Movie

    Danny has been performing stand up comedy for over sixteen years. He's had the opportunity to work for many corporate events, charity organizations, and cruise ships.

  • Drew Allen: Out of Ideas

    Movie

    Cursed with the ability to over-analyze even the most basic of human interactions, comedian Drew Allen has been delighting audiences with his distinct brand of anxious comedy since 2010.

  • Steve Mazan: Humblebragger

    Movie

    Steve Mazan shot out of the famous San Francisco scene that produced comedy legends such as Robin Williams and Dana Carvey.

  • Lee Hardin: Not Quite A Grown Up

    Movie

    Lee Hardin is a comedian known for making bad decisions and his love for Taco Bell.

  • Mike P. Burton: I Can Get Whiter

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    Andy recently appeared on Conan on TBS. Around that same time, his half-hour special premiered on Comedy Central.

  • Jeremy Nunes: Neighborhood Sasq-Watch

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    Jeremy Nunes has drawn rave reviews from critics for his clever observations, unique storytelling style, and ability to improvise with his audience.

  • Scott Long: Life In Flyover Country

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    "Scott Long tosses out sharp and clever lines that remind you of the differences between funny people and true comedic artists." –Indy Star