Comedians Michael Loftus and Loni Love at the Brea Improv
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Latina comedian Gina Brillon has been seen on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, MTV3 and SiTV. She's the first Hispanic woman to win NBC's Stand Up For Diversity contest, and has opened for Ne-Yo and Chrisette Michelle in concert. Brillon, who was born in the Bronx and started her comedy career at the age of 17, has lent her outspoken observations on dating, pop culture and life to E!'s Chelsea Lately and ABC's The View. When she's not touring across the country, Brillon lives in New York. Learn More
You've seen him on Comedy Central and heard him on the Bob & Tom Show so if on-the-edge comedy is your thing, then you won't want to miss Michael live! Politics, current events and anything that enters his wild and daring stream of consciousness is fair game for this incredible performer.
Up-and-coming stand up comedian Michael Loftus' career as an actor and stand up began in Columbus, Ohio. Michael was one of the founding members of the well-known sketch/improv/comedy troupe Midwest Comedy Tool & Dic (MCTD). Michael built a solid foundation performing with the troupe as well as performing his stand up across the country.
His training and history with the sketch group enabled him to begin a long and successful run with the ACME Comedy Theater in Los Angeles when he headed west a few years ago. Upon his arrival in Los Angeles, he landed a spot at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, where he received rave reviews.
After his performance in Aspen, Michael performed on a number of comedy specials, including Kevin Pollak's Warner Brothers comedy album Executive Privilege and Comedy Central's Premium Blend. His high energy, side-splitting style of comedy and hilarious improvisation has audiences cracking-up from coast-to-coast.
A Detroit native, Loni Love has been working the comedy scene for nine years. A former engineer by day and comic at night, Loni got her first break when she stood in line for five hours at a open call for the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival. Loni beat out 600 comics to earn a spot for the festival. She was awarded the Jury Prize for best stand up at the 2003 US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and voted one of Variety's 2003 “10 Comics to Watch.” Loni has appeared in numerous projects and continues to entertain people all around the world.