Kyle Kinane and Tom Segura at the American Comedy Co.
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Named one of Rolling Stone's 50 Funniest People in 2013, comedian, writer and native New Yorker Michael Che is a star on the rise who makes jokes about everything from gentrification on the Lower East Side to the difference between being in love and being in like. He's parlayed his talent and smarts into a guest writing gig for Saturday Night Live and an appearance on Comedy Central's John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show. Che has also appeared on Best Week Ever, Money from Strangers and Bunk, while traveling across the globe to participate in prestigious comedy festivals, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Learn More
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Kyle is originally from Addison, Illinois, and has been performing for ten years. He has been seen on NBC’s Last Call With Carson Daly and the BBC’s The World Stands Up. He has performed in the Aspen, Los Angeles, Vancouver, DC, and Leicester (UK) comedy festivals. Now residing in Los Angeles, he is a regular at the Hollywood Improv and UCB theater. He’ll have you know he was rated #5 in the Top 10 Emerging Comedians list on AskMen.com. Check Kinane out on YouTube if you're ready for "a bleak, misanthropic Ernest Hemingway look-alike with a penchant for suicide jokes," as one British media outlet described him. But they're, uh, the happy kind of suicide jokes. Honest.
Tom Segura is a comedian. You may have recently seen Tom on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham or on Showtime’s Russell Peters Presents or on the CBS show Gary Unmarried, but maybe your television doesn’t work so you saw Tom at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Comedy Festival or at The Comedy Festival - Las Vegas or The South Beach Comedy Festival or The Global Comedy Festival in Vancouver. But maybe you don’t travel and you fixed your television so you saw Tom’s short series Cutman on Comedy Central or Atom.com. But maybe you prefer the radio, so you heard Tom on one of his many appearances on The Bob and Tom Show. But then again, maybe you hate technology. Maybe you have seen Tom perform at one of dozens of comedy clubs across the country. But if you missed a live show or want to hear Tom in your headphones you can now purchase his debut album Thrilled on iTunes, Amazon, and Rooftopcomedy.com.