J.F. Harris is a former NYC now LA based stand up comic and writer. You may have seen his stand up on The Late Late Show with James Corden or Bill Burr presents The Ringers on Comedy Central. J.F. has written for big stars like Will Smith and shows like Netflix's Magic For Humans. He tours regularly in arenas with his good friends The Impractical Jokers. J.F. also headlines clubs around the world from Hong Kong to Australia, The US and Canada. He's been a part of the NY Comedy Fest, The Kennedy Centers District Of Laughs, Just For Laughs Road Shows, Wild West Comedy Festival, Guild's Laugh Fest and many more. If you are in NYC you can probably catch him at The Comedy Cellar or New York Comedy Club and if you’re visiting Los Angeles hosting WORKSHOP, a new material show at The World Famous Comedy Store the last Tuesday of every month. J.F. is also regularly at The Comedy & Magic Club, The Laugh Factory and The Hollywood Improv.
With the sweetness of the Midwest and the iron balls of the East Coast, Jenny Zigrino is a comedian that packs a punch of truly original humor. She's charmed audiences across the country with her keen wit, observations, embarrassing anecdotes, and brilliantly honest for a compelling performance you can't ignore. She made her late night standup debut on Conan O'Brien and keeps going back for a total of three appearances. She’s been a guest on the hit shows @Midnight, MTV's Girl Code and Adam Ruins Everything and featured on TBS, Oxygen, TruTV, Fox, and more. She created, wrote & starred in the Comedy Central Digital series Bad Ass Bitches of History showcasing bad ass babes through time. A rising star in Hollywood, her first film appearance was a leading role in 50 Shades of Black with Marlon Wayans and went on to star opposite Billy Bob Thorton in Bad Santa 2. Her new film, Too Late, is slated to debut in 2021. A Just For Laugh's New Faces Showcase alumna, Jenny has performed at festivals across the country including The New York Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Moontower Comedy Festival, and many more.
Sam Tallent is a comedian. For the last decade he has performed more than 40 weekends per year across America, Canada and France. His writing has appeared in Birdy Magazine and on VICE.com and he’s told jokes on Comedy Central, TruTV and VICELAND. His acclaimed debut novel, Running the Light, has been heralded as the definitive book on stand up comedy. He lives in Colorado with his wife and dog.
Shane Torres is a stand up comedian, writer, actor, and podcaster. Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, Shane landed in Portland, Oregon and began his comedy career. Shane has performed on festivals all over the globe including Montreal’s Just For Laughs, Comedy Central’s Clusterfest, San Francisco Sketchfest, Bonnaroo, Outsidelands, Bumbershoot, Moontower Comedy Festival in Austin, Red Clay Comedy Festival, High Plains in Denver, Laughingskull, New York Comedy Festival, Laughfest, and many more. His television appearances to date have included Conan twice, Comedy Central Half Hour Special, IFC’S Comedy Bang Bang, NBC’S Last Comic Standing (barely), Tru Tv’s Comedy Knockout, NBC’s Red Nose Day, and Ron White’s Comedy Salute To The Troops on CMT. He has been heard on such popular podcasts such as Savage Love, All Fantasy Everything, Comedy Bang Bang, Doug Loves Movies and Bertcast. He tours frequently across the states and can often be found performing in a comedy club, theaters, and music venues near you. In March of 2019 his Comedy Central web series Shane Torres Conquers Fear is being released. He has been reviewed by numerous media outlets including The New York Times, Onion AV Club, GQ UK, and more. His album Established 1981 came out in September of 2017 on Comedy Central records “Mr. Torres has a laconic drawling delivery with deliberate pacing, placing him firmly in the tradition of dry deadpan specialist like Tig Notaro and Todd Barry. But his style is warmer, relying on punchlines with corkscrew turns that have moments of vulnerability and even melancholy.” — The New York Times. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.