Allan Havey is considered “one of the best stand-ups working today” according to the New York Daily News and HBO finds him to be “Scathingly funny!” After arriving from Miami in 1978, he began his career in New York as part of the comedy duo TWO FOR NOTHING. Allan made the move to individual standup in 1981 after “passing” at the famous IMPROV, and quickly became a regular in clubs around the city. His two HBO specials “One Night Stand” and “Command Performance” were both nominated for Cable Ace Awards. He is known as creator and host of the cult talk show Night After Night, which ran for three years on Comedy Central. Allan’s television work has included Seinfeld, Viper, The Sarah Silverman Program, Punk’d, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. In 2006, he was cast as a lead in the sitcom Freeride, which aired on FOX Television. In the past year, he has guest starred on Crashing, Glow, Bosch and Billions. He has also guest-starred on Louie, The Man In The High Castle, Up All Night, The Office, Good Luck Charlie, and played the infamous Lou Avery on seasons six and seven of AMC’S Mad Men. He also made ten appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman. As a film actor, he has appeared in Internal Affairs with Richard Gere, Checking Out with Jeff Daniels, Hancock with Will Smith, The Informant with Matt Damon, as well as the Coen brother’s Hail, Caesar! and Chris Rock’s Top Five.
Al Goodwin (a.k.a. “Badgerine”) connects with his audiences–getting them to appreciate the lighter side of their own lives relating his own experiences and observations. Well known as the “Badgerine”—that ADHD Dyslexic Superhero comedian who sends audiences home with cheeks in pain from laughter—Al brings the “disability” of ADHD into an entirely new light. A winner on America’s Funniest People, Al has been interviewed on The Billy Bush Show, and he has been seen in several PBS commercials. Al regularly headlines comedy clubs, theaters, cruise lines, resorts and military bases, and also performs for large venues and corporate events. He was featured on the national TV show LAUGHS on Fox, and was a 2014 Finalist and a 2015 First Place Satellite Winner in the World Series of Comedy. He also represented the East Coast in HBO’s Lucky 21 Contest, a Las Vegas Comedy Competition. If you haven’t experienced an Al Goodwin show, put this on your “must do” list and bring some friends–because at an Al Goodwin show … laughter is always guaranteed.
When Gary Jones retired as an airline captain he started a new career as a stand-up comedian; he never looked back. For a number of years he has been performing in many of the major casinos from Washington to Arizona and numerous comedy clubs. He just finished another USO tour entertaining our military. When not on tour, you may have seen him on NBC’s Grimm and TNT’s Leverage. Gary takes the audience on a journey known as life through a comedian’s viewpoint. He touches on growing up, parents, dating, relationships, getting older, being a husband, and father. In short, most areas that all of us have experienced through life, but in a very fun and funny way. He also gives us a glimpse at life as an airline captain and time spent in Vietnam as a combat veteran. His likeable, funny manner has pleased audiences wherever he has performed. More than ever, America needs laughter and Gary delivers.