Greg Hahn has parlayed his absurdly energetic, all out style of physical humor, one liners and crowd work into a performance of immediate pandemonium and continuous laughs. Greg was raised in South Florida, where in high school he amused the Catholic nuns by poking holes in his pockets enabling pencils to shoot out of his pant leg. After several serious jobs where he refused to be serious, Greg turned pro as a stand-up comedian and landed a job as emcee for a theme park lumberjack show. This supplied him with four audiences a day, intoxicated ax swinging lumberjacks, and a log rolling dog. Soon afterwards, he worked as stuntman in the Wild Wild Wild West Stunt Show at Universal Studios. “For $20 an hour, I’d run out and get hit in the head with a stick, perfect!” He continually honed his style of comedy then headed to New York City. While in New York, Greg developed into a touring headliner and costarred in the independent film Tomorrow Night which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Then, after successful shows at the Montreal and Chicago Comedy Festivals, Greg enjoyed television appearances on Late Night with Conan O’Brien (NBC), Premium Blend (Comedy Central), Make Me Laugh (5 episodes, Comedy Central), Louis CK’s Pulp Comics (Comedy Central), 30 Seconds to Fame (Fox), Cedric the Entertainer Presents (Fox) and Star Search (CBS). When appearing on Star Search, Greg was spotted by Tom Griswold of the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Radio Show. Greg has since established himself as a favorite guest on the show and starred on the Bob @ Tom Comedy Central Special. He also headlines the Friends of The Bob @ Tom Theater Tour, which included a stop at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. Wild appearances on CMT’s Comedy Stage, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen and running for president on TOSH.O (Comedy Central) have added to Greg’s popularity.
Keith Ross Nelson has been doing comedy for over 25 years and he has performed in all fifty states. He is the director, co-writer, and star of the TV series Electives. He was in the independent movies: Mobsters and Mormons, and The R.M. He has been seen on Comedy Time, HuLu, Evening at the Improv, and Entertainment Tonight. He was included in the 2011 edition of Who’s Who, won the Portland Comedy Competition in 2005, and has been featured in the LA Times and the Daily News. He held the Masters High Jump record in his age group for seven years, and won three National championships in high-jumping—two outdoors and one indoors. He was ranked number 1 in the world for outdoor high-jumping in 2000, and number one for indoor high-jumping in 2006. He also finished second in the World Championships in 1998. He has a Black Belt in Kung Fu, as well.
Thomas Nichols is a stand-up comedian based now in Seattle, Washington. His unique and whip smart observations span from everything to cartoons to broken families to missing pets. The laid-back funnyman transitions seamlessly from one tightly crafted joke to the next within the course of a single set. Deadpan, hilarious, and wise beyond his 27 years, Nichols is a nationally touring comic who’s been featured at the New York Finger Lakes Festival, and was a finalist at the Denver Make Me Laugh Festival. His unique brand of friendly, effortless cool and his quick wit have made him a favorite recurring guest on Fishbowl Radio, as well as a popular club act.