Hosted by Daniel Eachus
Daniel Eachus is a rising young star in the comedy world. Even at such a young age, Eachus has the chops of a comedy veteran and people are taking notice. Born and raised in Fresno, CA, he was surrounded by farms, but didn’t want to smell raisins for the rest of his life, so he turned to comedy to get him out. For college, Daniel’s wish came true and he left Fresno to study in Long Beach. By day, he was a student, by night he performed on the stand-up comedy circuit. After just one year of nightly performances, he became the youngest finalist ever in the “Funniest Comic in Los Angeles” contest. He’s been entertaining audiences ever since.
Eachus has been performing stand-up throughout the nation’s clubs, colleges, and cruises. He made it to the finals on Comedy Central’s “Up Next” and soon after, made his second televised appearance on FOX & HULU’s “Laughs”. Since then, he’s done two stand-up albums with 800 Pound Gorilla Records, that have been playing regularly on Sirius XM, Spotify, iTunes, and Pandora. He also filmed his debut DryBar comedy special “A Mild and Skinny Guy” which has over a million total views!
But doing stand-up is simply not enough for Daniel. When he’s not onstage making people laugh, he’s making people laugh at their screens. Daniel acts, writes, and produces the comedy sketch series, “Bigfoot Chasers”. He is a co-writer on a brand-new Kevin Hart-Produced Series. He’s starred in 20 National Television Commercials, was featured on SpikeTV, and is in the hilarious new film, “Amy and Peter Are Getting Divorced” on Paramount+.
Featuring Anthony K
Mark is a multi-hyphenate from San Diego, California. And by "multi-hyphenate", he means he's is a shitty golfer and an angry poker player, and an up-and-coming pickleball player. He's a physical/cultural multi-hyphenate since he's Filipino, Spanish, English, Chinese and German. Mark is a comedian, writer, and actor, who got his start at the Comedy Store in La Jolla, CA. Mark has featured for several great comics, including Russell Peters, Felipe Esparza and Jo Koy. He's worked major clubs and colleges all over the U.S, but he's most proud of the fact that he tended bar through the 80's, and got out without a child or an STD. Linda Stogner
When you hear Linda Stogner's act on stage, you get the sense that she lives in her own little world where common sense and normalcy don't exist. But as Joel Hodgson once said, "That's OK, they know me there."
The comic and filmmaker was born into a life of absurdity. She was brought into the world by a father who got mixed up in a Chicago crime syndicate when he had an affair with the wife of a local mob boss. When her mother left her with her father and he couldn't take care of her, his partner-in-crime brought her back to Texas where his parents raised her with a set of phony adoption papers. That sounds like the perfect resume for a budding comic but it wouldn't be fair to just call Stogner that. She's also a gifted and heartfelt storyteller.
Her storytelling skills and unique point of view have earned her comedy honors such as the Funniest Comic in Texas as well as several Emmys and a Gold Hugo award for the short films and documentaries she's made for KERA and the PBS series Life 360.
Born in San Jose and raised in Ceres, CA (just outside of Modesto), Anthony K. is an up-an-coming comedian with knockout power, who punches above his weight. A top 5 finalist in the largest comedy festival in the US (Big Sky Comedy Festival), and a 2011 MAMA (Modesto Area Music Awards) winner, he has also recently filmed for Comedy.TV.
A west coast comic with an east coast sensibility. His style is raw and grating but relatable, like a sandblaster, or your first divorce. His ability to pull humor out of everyday life and its stumbling blocks makes for an uproarious evening of laughter and cutting loose.
Headliner Subhah AgarwalSubhah Agarwal has brought an honesty to her comedy that will leave you saying "I didn't need to know that." Subhah has written for Netflix’s “Arsenio Hall” limited series, the "Plan B" movie on Hulu," and The Jim Jefferies Show"on Comedy Central, amongst others. You can also catch her jokes live at stand up comedy clubs across the country. If you don't want to leave your couch, you can see her late night debut on NBC's "A Little Late With Lilly Singh." She's also appeared on season three of HBO's "Westworld", "General Hospital," TruTv's sketch comedy "Friends of the People", and as herself on MTV2, Comedy Central, and Gotham Comedy Live.