Cheril Vendetti is a seasoned and much sought after comedienne on America’s comedy circuit, where her bookings keep her on the road for most of the year. When in Los Angeles, she is a regular at the world famous Comedy Store in Hollywood, and recently appeared in the “The Main Room,” a documentary about the club. She received a Clio award for playing an Italian cook in a Foster Farm commercial, and has appeared on HBO’s Real Sex (thankfully, fully clothed). It was on stage at NATPE where talent agent David Tenzer of CAA began to represent Miss Vendetti and her cooking show “I Got Your Recipes..Right Here!!” It was also on that stage where she got to create two TV pilots “The Queen of New Jersey” and “Queen of the Road.” Miss Vendetti has just completed a comical cookbook, “Mistress of the Mob Cuisine”.
Steve Booth has had a varied career in stand-up, television, and film. His commercials include “Free Doritos – Snow globe throwing office worker,” which was voted Superbowl XLIII’s NUMBER ONE COMMERCIAL by USA Today, MSNBC and YouTube, “Get More Heinz – Big Kid,” a Herbert Brothers Production, and “Duct Tape – Duct Taped Roomate,” a Doritos Crash The Superbowl Finalist that aired on Comedy Central, MTV, and G4. Steve was host of 17 episodes of XLTV, which aired on UPN for two seasons. He was also a featured performer on Uncut. Steve also appeared on SplatterFactor as comic relief interviewing paintball players and fans. This show aired for one season on FOXSPORTS. Steve has also had numerous small spots in music videos, local commercials, and appearances as a local personality.
Growing up in Vernon, British Columbia, the epitome of small-town Canada, Richard Kiss has lived in Vancouver, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay area. While a mathematics graduate student at UCLA, Richard dabbled in stand-up as a member of the UCLA Comedy Club and performed in several shows. He took a hiatus for a decade, and resumed performing in November of 2004. Richard has performed in shows in a variety of locations including Rooster T. Feathers and the San Jose Improv.
Joe Gorman is a recent college graduate with the cherubic face of a recent driving school graduate. He’s a fixture on the local scene and the founder of Baby Faces of Comedy Tour. Joe’s mother once referred to him as an “apple-cheeked young man.” Joe enjoys telling jokes and most of his punchlines end with him very-nearly raping something. He has performed at San Franciso’s Punchline, the Purple Onion, and the San Jose Improv. He is also a stage actor, recently protraying Luke Skywalker in a stage adaptation of Star Wars at the Dark Room Theater.
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