Kristin Key grew up a preacher’s daughter in a small town in West Texas. Much like Footloose, she was raised in a no-drinking, no-dancing, no instrumental music environment, so she immediately took up drinking, dancing and playing an instrument. She seemed like any other well behaved girl… until she opened her quick witted mouth displaying her undeniable sense of humor, so just to be difficult, she added standup comedy to her vices. At 19, while in college to become a paramedic, she decided to try stand-up at the local comedy club. As soon as she took the stage, it was obvious she had found what she had been looking for. Small shows in the Texas panhandle turned into 35 states worth of comedy over the next 5 years as she climbed the comedy ladder one rung at a time. Audiences couldn’t help but love the rapid-fire style of comedy coming from the “Preacher’s Kid”, and though female comics struggled to find work she was booked not for being a woman, but for simply being funny. When Last Comic Standing held their auditions in Austin, Texas, like every other Texas comic, she stood in line hoping for a chance to be seen. After 7 hours of waiting, she got her chance and her ticket to Hollywood to compete with the best in the comedy world. Key has appeared on many television shows including Comics Unleashed and multiple episodes of VH- 1’s 100 Greatest Series, is a frequent guest on the nationally broadcast Bob and Tom Show and played on Sirius and XM Satellite Radio and Pandora Radio. And she still blazes around the world performing live in comedy clubs, colleges and military shows, leaving audiences in stitches wherever she goes.
Marc Yaffee is an award-winning comedian featured on the Showtime special, Goin’ Native: The American Indian Comedy Slam. Marc has also been seen on the PBS special, Crossing The Line, SiTV’s, The Latino Laugh Festival and Comics Unleashed With Byron Allen. Marc has been heard on SiriusXM Radio, Bob & Tom and NPR. Marc has performed six times overseas for the troops in the Middle East, Europe and Asia and he won the Ventura Comedy Festival’s Funniest Person Contest in 2012. Funny not filthy, Marc serves audiences his original comedy recipe, specially prepared for non- stop laughs. Tasty topics, spicy premises and savory punchlines, are all dished out with a dash of sarcasm and a grain of salt.
Adored by mothers everywhere, Aaron Woodall is a nice young man coming to grips with a dirty, cynical world. Whether it be the lack of car horns for polite people, or the horrors of childbirth, or the disappointing reality of true love, Aaron always shares his disillusions with a sense of with wide-eyed excitement. His unique perspective has been entertaining sold-out comedy clubs and half-empty bars across the West for the last six years. In 2015, Aaron made his national television debut when he performed on Laughs on Fox. In 2016 he was a host of the hidden camera pranks show Random Acts on BYUtv, until they replaced him with someone better in season 2.