What makes Dick Hardwick unique? He will tell you with a twinkle in his eyes, “I can do an entire routine without using a four letter word.” That’s a big part of why his wholesome, zany routines are in constant demand for conventions, meetings and Hollywood events. Working clean is very natural to this hard-working comedian.
John Caponera always knew he wanted to be in show business but in what dimension was undetermined until the summer of 1979 when John entered a talent show at a local bar in Chicago. After doing several impressions, he walked away with the five hundred dollar winner’s pot and a realization that he might have something to offer in the world of comedy.
Originally from Rochester NY, Marianne moved to NYC after graduating from the Syracuse University Drama Department. She was a regular at Stand-Up NY in Manhattan and produced her own comedy shows anywhere she could – even if it meant a bar in a subway station or a restaurant basement.
If a college could teach comedy, Russ Stolnack would have a Masters Degree. Class clown in the early years, morning radio personality for ten years plus television work as an actor and news reporter, have brought Russ experience and awards including six Emmy’s for writing and acting.
Sean Laughlin is recognized as one half of America’s top-billed variety teams. Sean has also been a headliner from coast-coast in the country’s top comedy venues, he has delighted audiences at the Improv, Catch A Rising Star and The Comedy Store. Sean has developed an act to suit a wide variety of audiences. With wild comedy and amazing juggling, he has a knack for bringing out the best in every performance.
Gregory Wilson is much more than a magician. He calls himself a “deceptionist” who breaks laws and stereotypes at the same time! A world-class sleight of hand con- artist, he earns his laughs and his living on stage with pick-pocketing, char-sharking, street-swindling and mental manipulation.