Rich Vos: The Myth, The Man, The Legend
Raised in New Jersey, Rich Vos is a no-holds-barred performer who destroys in comedy clubs around the country. A comedian’s comedian, he can be heard regularly on Opie and Jimmy and as a guest on the most popular podcasts including WTF with Marc Maron and Rogan.
Rich also has his own hit podcast (on Riotcast) and a radio show (on Sirius) both called My Wife Hates Me. (That’s not confusing.) His cohost is his wife, comedian Bonnie McFarlane.
Rich can be seen on HBO, Showtime, Starz, Jimmy Kimmel and Comedy Central where he has two stand-up specials. Rich Vos can also be seen in the hit Netflix movie Women Aren’t Funny which he also produced.
As a comedy writer, he’s come up with the best lines for the Comedy Central Roasts and was a writer this year on the Oscars for the second time.
For corporate events, roast, golf outings, and theaters.
If that’s not enough, you can download any one of his 4 cd’s from iTunes.
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Moody McCarthy is a stand-up comedian who lives in New York with his wife, two daughters, and a Betta fish they rescued from a pet store. Moody has made numerous TV appearances, highlighted by performances on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and two scintillating sets on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Moody was born “Matthew” in Syracuse, NY, into a rambunctious household with six siblings. (They're Irish, so somebody had to get a nickname.) He began doing comedy in 1992 and shortly thereafter was hired by Syracuse’s #1 radio show to cover sports and write jokes, two of his loves. After six years of performing regionally Moody decided his apartment was too big and moved to New York City.
This millennium has been good to Moody: he’s also been featured on Last Comic Standing; Star Search (the 2003 reboot); America’s Got Talent; and Gotham Comedy Live. He’s a regular at some of the best clubs in the land and can be heard on SiriusXM.
Moody’s material is described as original but universal, and smart without being trite. Couple that with a disarming stage presence & in-the-moment chops, you’ll see why he’s earned the admiration of his peers for his ability to “go up cold” and turn any setting into a lively comedy room. From country clubs to pubs to corporate outings, he will brighten any event.
Moody McCarthy: few people hate him!
Melvin George has appeared on just about every channel having produced comedy throughout his career including HBO, Showtime, A&E and Fox.
Melvin George II is “The King of Smooth!” Tall, lean, bespectacled and armed with a brazen sense of “cool,” Melvin made his comedy debut in his hometown of Boston and soon after moved on to a successful career in New York City. A trained actor and director, Melvin used his theatrical training as a member of “The Kitchen Table Comedy Team” making appearances at Carnegie Hall and The Village Gate. He has appeared in concert with such celebrated artists as Chaka Khan, Gladys Knight, Donna Summer, Roberta Flack, Patti LaBelle, Stephanie Mills, Ashford & Simpson, Natalie Cole, Diana Ross, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Smokey Robinson and Isaac Hayes to name a few. He has been nominated for a National Campus Entertainment Award for comedy among colleges. He has been seen in the films “Mo’ Better Blues,” “Meteor Man” and “Behind the Smile.”
Shane Gillis is a hilarious Central Pennsylvania native and stand-up comic who recently moved to Philadelphia and performs all over the Eastern United States. In 2014 Shane was named Baltimore's Comedian of the Year. He performs regularly at some of the country's best comedy clubs including Philly's Helium Comedy Club, Baltimore's Magooby's Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, the Harrisburg Comedy Zone, Lancaster Stitches, and more where he has opened for A-list comedians such as Louie Anderson, Tim Meadows, and Carlos Mencia. Shane is one of Pennsylvania's most impressive rising stars in the comedy business. He also has never lost a fight.