Guy Branum is a writer and comedian best known for serving as “Staff Homosexual” on “Chelsea Lately” and his performance as Natalie Portman’s sassy gay friend in “No Strings Attached.” Noticing a trend? He’s appeared on E!, MTV, G4, CurrentTV and lots of other channels you’d need to upgrade your cable to watch. He’s also a writer for the new season of “Punk’d” on MTV and “Fashion Police” on E!. That means he’s watched the Grammys at Joan Rivers’s house. Jealous? Guy also writes for the “Gay Voices” section of The Huffington Post and occasionally makes web videos where he dances around without his shirt on. But mostly, Guy is very, very beautiful and good at having sex.
Janine Brito started doing standup comedy in St. Louis and has performed at clubs and theaters throughout the US and Hong Kong. She is the winner of the 2009 SF Women’s Comedy Competition, and recipient of Rooftop Comedy’s 2010 Silver Nail Award. Praised by 7×7 Magazine as “one of SF’s more daring voices” and one of “the 7 funniest people in town,” she was named the 2011 “Best Comedian with a Message” by the East Bay Express.
Brito is best known for her stint as a writer and on-air correspondent on the FX series, “Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell,” produced by Chris Rock. Her appearances on the show won her praise from critics and audience members alike; The Huffington Post called her “hysterical and unique” and The Onion’s AVClub demanded, “More Janine Brito, please. Totally Biased needs so much more of her.”
Along with fellow bay area comics W. Kamau Bell and Nato Green, Janine is a member of “Laughter Against the Machine,” a grassroots comedy tour and forthcoming documentary film. Her recent festival appearances include Sketchfest, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, and SxSW.
W. Kamau Bell calls her “a sarcastic, snarky smart bomb of comedy funk straight from the 80′s,” and the SF Weekly says she’s “a mean lesbian,” but she’s pretty sure that they mean it in a good way.
Kevin Shea was originally born in Seoul, Korea and in January of 1981 he was adopted and sent to America to live with a middle class Irish family in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. After moving to San Francisco, Kevin started his career doing stand-up comedy and open mic shows around town. Not trying to become the typical Asian comic, Kevin strayed away from Korean accents based on their mothers'... plus his mom is a honkey. He concentrated on developing his own style that has said to be very laid back and fresh. With his unique style and jokes, he caught the eyes of Hollywood and was invited to the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival. Kevin has numerous television appearances, which include Comedy Central's Premium Blend, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and HBO's Down and Dirty. Most recently he was the winner of 2009 NBC's Stand Up for Diversity Showcase. He was given a talent deal and showcased at the 2010 NACA National Conference, where he went on to book over 75 college dates.
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