Jermaine Fowler (TruTV’s Friends of the People and MTV’s Guy Code) has been touring the country since he was 21 with Comedy Central, MTV, College Humor, and Funny or Die. This January he sets to embark on his own nation-wide tour in celebration of his debut comedy special, Give Em Hell, Kid.
Bryan Miller renounced all seriousness and quit his job as a newspaper editor to move to Minneapolis, MN, and try standup comedy in 2008. In his first year he was a finalist in Acme’s Funniest Person in the Twin Cities contest, and just two years later he was spotted by Craig Ferguson, who invited him to do a spot on CBS’s The Late Late Show, where he made his network television debut in April 2012.
Meet your new best friend, Maggie Faris. Maggie is noted for her ceaselessly cheerful personality and seemingly endless series of quirky, intelligent jokes dissecting our fears and social barriers. She beat out Tig Notaro to win both the Funniest Clip of the Year and the Silver Nail award at the Aspen Comedy Festival. Curve magazine named Maggie Faris one of the Funniest Lesbians in America. She recently won The Advocate Magazine’s national search for the Next Funniest Queer Comedian. She was also voted “Best Comedian” by her Minnesota peers.