Brett has since gained many performing credits, including the SLO Comedy Festival, the Connecticut Comedy Festival, Mayor of Kingstown (Paramount+) and Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Sony/TriStar). A proud member of SAG-AFTRA, Brett now lives in Santa Clarita as a new dad and practices sign language with his wife who is Deaf. Come see a show!
A Baltimore comic by way of North Carolina, Anthony is a down home country boy that has a southern point of view for the world. He commands the stage with his high energy style and a mind that travels a million miles a minute. You never know what he is going to say next. Anthony always engages the crowd, leaves them laughing and wanting more. Last year, Anthony was awarded the honor of Best of the Fest at the annual SLO Comedy Festival. Before the show, check out his latest album "Eat Around It" on your favorite steaming platform, or his Dry Bar special.
Darlene is a Canadian, San Francisco-based comedian, improviser and actor. She's performed at Limestone Comedy Festival, SLO Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, Treefort Music Fest, the San Francisco Comedy Competition and the Chicago Women's Funny Fest. She once starred in a Bed Bath & Beyond commercial promoting in-store shopping, leading that company to announce they planned to close 200 stores as soon as possible. She is a good actor. The pandemic forced her to create the Talking Birds podcast which is... important news.
Featuring Rawle D Lewis
Rawle D. Lewis is an American actor and comedian best known for portraying Junior Bevil in the 1993 comedy film Cool Runnings.
Lewis moved to Los Angeles in high school and did his first stand-up set at the age of seventeen. He described himself as being a “pretty shy guy in high school". A friend of his suggested he try stand-up comedy. Lewis almost considered quitting stand-up due to being embarrassed by his debut performance, in which heckling occurred. However, fellow comedian D.L. Hughley encouraged him not to quit.
Lewis resides in Los Angeles. Today, Lewis travels all over the world for about three months of the year performing stand-up. Of the countries he has traveled into include Senegal, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, France, Sweden, and Guatemala.
Headliner Patrick Keane
Patrick is a SLOFunny favorite. He has a style and sense of humor that is all his own and will make the audience laugh through the twisted and hilarious journey that is his mind. "I'm a good guy. I signed on for one of those big brother programs and my little guy's great. He's 65 and he takes me to movies, ball games and let's me stay out as late as I want."
Originally from the Midwest, raised in Orange County, college in Montana and a three year stint in Asia make Patrick Keane a comedian with a background. Why college in Montana? Football scholarship. Why Asia? To get away from football.
Since moving to Los Angeles in 2000, Patrick has appeared on Comedy Central’s ‘Live At Gotham’, the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, the Bob and Tom show, Comics Unleashed, the Montreal Comedy Festival and is a regular at the Improv and Comedy Store in Hollywood. He was also a cast member on My TV Network’s “Tony Rock Project”. (the white guy).
When not headlining himself, Patrick is the opening act for comedians such as: Nick Swardson, Joel McHale, Kevin Nealon, Kevin Pollok, Bobby Lee, Henry Phillips, Eddie Gossling and Bil Dwyer. While at home in Los Angeles he studies at the UCB theatre and Lesley Kahn institute. Asked what the key is to comedy, this writer/actor/comedian says, “I try not to be funny and it usually works.”
With multiple appearances on the Late Late show with Craig Ferguson, his record setting viewer ship on Comedy Central, and his ability to tell the difference between people from Ireland and people from Northern Ireland, Patrick is the obvious choice to be the next host of the Oprah Winfrey show.