Jon Huck from Comedy Central, Gotham Comedy Live, ABC, NBC, MTV, CBS

Wed, Aug 8, 2018
Thu, Aug 9, 2018

Jon Huck from Comedy Central, Gotham Comedy Live, ABC, NBC, MTV, CBS

with Loy Lee and Matt Champagne

Jon Huck is a Los Angeles based Actor and Stand Up Comedian known for his roles on the television shows Superstore (NBC), Angel From Hell (CBS), Now We Know (NatGeo), Frank TV (TBS) & Punk'D (MTV). Jon can also be seen in the independent feature films Garbage, Bellflower, Dumbbells, and And Punching The Clown. His Stand Up can best be described as honest, observational and self-deprecating. He has performed on Comedy Central's Live At Gotham, Showtime's Comedy From SXSW, AXS Gotham Comedy Live and This Is Not Happening for CC Studios. His first CD - Fantasticular Hilaritation is available on iTunes & Amazon and was called "raving mad with a tinge of brilliance" by Jon Huck has made an impact as a Producer and Writer as well, working on shows like Proving Ground for the G4 Network, MTV's Punk'd, MTV's Room 401, The Untitled Steve Jones & Jenny McCarthy Pilot and Disney's Code: 9.

Loy Lee

Loy Lee, American Asian Stand up Comedian comes from the far off and distant land of Boston, MA. Loy is a gifted writer, comedian and actor who continues to entertain audiences from coast to coast with his unique brand of comedic snark that is firmly planting him as one of the best comedians to look out for today.

Coming from 6 generations of blue collar tightly wound east coast laborers, Loy realized at a young age that being 6th generation asian in America was not only a concept that was hard for others to understand, he found that it put him in a place where he was too Chinese to be American but too American to be considered Chinese, that and he's not fit to work with his hands.

Loy began his acting career at a very young age of 5 starring in several national commercials. In 2006, Loy moved to Los Angeles to follow the footsteps of millions of aspiring actors to pursue the next level of his acting career. In 2011, frustrated with the roles that were available to him and what the industry expected from asian actors, Loy challenged himself to challenge the Asian American image status quo. Loy’s unique comedic voice and unconventional point of view has also been put to good use in the battle of the stereotypes and expectations of American Asians. As a child, Loy had grew out of a stutter and a speech impediment and he finds pride in his wordplay and mastery of the only language he knows, English. Loy’s talents extend to other areas in the entertainment business. He has a Podcast entitled “Short Pale and Handsome Podcast w/Loy Lee”. where he gives his perspective on current events, sports and his everyday life. “Short Pale and Handsome” provides an outlet for his fans to hear him on a weekly basis and follow his journey through the craziness of life. Loy works with the Asian American community and youth groups as well as colleges, fundraisers and community outreach programs to help define and establish a social environment that promotes self awareness and self esteem among Asian Americans and youth. Loy is a movie enthusiast, loves pool, is an avid sports fan and his favorite hobby is to fall down the google rabbit hole. He currently resides in Washington DC with his wife

Matt Champagne

From sarcastic one-liners to well-placed puns, from dead-on impressions of New York City pimps, nine-year-old spelling bee contestants and Nancy Grace, to ideas for game shows only he would like, Matt Champagne's frantic energy and clever comic mind combine witty wordplay with unabashed goofiness. You'll laugh against your will.

He's performed at the Ontario, Irvine, Hollywood and Denver Improvs, Laugh Factory, World Famous Comedy Store, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Acme Comedy Theatre, Ice House, Comedy Union, Rooster T. Feathers, San Francisco Punchline, and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. He's appeared with national headliners like Nick Swardson, Christopher Titus, Jon Reep, Tom Rhodes. Jamie Kennedy and Natasha Leggero.

Matt's also made his living acting in various TV shows, movies and commercials: TV stuff like "Get Shorty," "Providence," "Will and Grace," "Working," "The Tick," "Angel," "Monk," "CSI Miami," "NCIS," "Boston Legal," "The Ghost Whisperer," "'Til Death," "Numbers," "Retired at 35," and "Miss Match" with Alicia Silverstone who--Matt has convinced himself--had a crush on him; movie stuff like "The Continued Adventures of Reptile Man," "The Pentagon Wars" (almost typed "Pentagon Warts"), "The Specials," "For Christ’s Sake," and "Crime and Punishment in Suburbia." He played Piper Perabo’s husband in the Diane Keaton film "Because I Said So," something for which THEY paid HIM. His commercial work includes ads for Home Depot, McDonald’s, Jack-in-the Box, IHOP, PODS, Dell Computer, Sprint, IMAX, AT&T, IBM, Chrysler and Progressive Insurance.

Matt once saw Carl Weathers eat quiche.