Brea Improv Presents Handle Your Business with Shayla Rivera and Jackie Fabulous
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The last date listed for Handle Your Business with Shayla Rivera and Jackie Fabulous was Tuesday April 6, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Chris Porter, who rocked Season 4 of NBC's hit show Last Comic Standing and took third place, has been bringing his slightly skewed perspective to the stand-up stage since he was 23, and has since scored his own Comedy Central special, along with appearances on Live at Gotham and radio's The Bob & Tom Show. A Kansas City native, Porter's glad to share his extensive knowledge about the unique culture of the American Midwest, and does so proudly without puppets or catchphrases. Learn More
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OMG this shit was funny as heck! all the woman that night were hilarious. My fiance and I were sitting at the front and cracking up the whole night. My dude loved Jackie , he just kepted on raving about her on the way home from the show...i personally loved Shaylas bit about an office stripping away your soul..lol thats some funny shit! Thanks for a great night !
Comedian Jackie Fabulous has appeared on Who’s Got Jokes 2009 and Brides Night Out.
Shayla Rivera graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in aerospace engineering and entered NASA preparing to become the first Puerto Rican woman astronaut. While working at NASA, Shayla learned that her quick wit was a great tool in managing all the different personalities there. She parlayed this talent into a stint as a motivational speaker, which paved the way for her career in comedy. Shayla is now regarded as one of the most gifted comedians performing today.
On television, Shayla starred in the Lifetime series You’re Not the Man I Married. She co-starred in Comedy Central’s Comedy Rehab along with Paul Rodriguez in May 2009. She wrote and starred in her award-winning one-woman play, Rocket Science and Salsa, directed by Debbie Allen. She has also appeared on many cable and network comedy talk shows.