Comedians of Chelsea Lately: Guy Branum, Brad Wollack, Jen Kirkman and Jo Koy at The Grove
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The last date listed for Comedians of Chelsea Lately was Sunday December 6, 2009 / 8:00pm.
Since 2007, writer, commentator and “Staff Homosexual” Guy Branum has infused Chelsea Lately with his outlandish and hilarious gay humor. Before joining the Chelsea team, Branum was the head writer for G4’s X-Play and contributed on the comedy podcast Weezy and the Swish.
Brad Wollack served as a sideline reporter on Comedy Central’s Battlebots many years ago and as a writer/producer, he received a 2004 Emmy nomination for his work on the Wayne Brady Show.” Wollack has also written and produced for: MTV’s The New Tom Green Show and Parental Control, FOX’s Jingle Ball Rock, NBC’s Radio Music Awards and a number of others. He is also a veteran stand-up comedian having played at Hollywood Improv, the Laugh Factory and various comedy houses around the country.
Recently, Jen Kirkman was featured as one of Entertainment Weekly’s “Top 12 Comedians to Watch.” Her comedic essays have been published in two books, Rejected and Bad Sex and she has performed all over the country as a feature stand-up act. In 2007 she released a comedy album titled Self Help. In reviewing the album ImposeMagazine.com noted, “Kirkman is adept at creating a persona such that you would be perfectly fine following her down just about any rabbit hole.”
Jo Koy is dynamic, charismatic and approachable – “a comic for the people.” While on stage, he mixes a lively physical presence with full energy, sharp observational humor, and inspirational-family-based laughs. His unique energetic stand up comedy performance is a big hit with fans of all ages and racial backgrounds. His plethora of appearances include a standing ovation on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show (2005), BET’s Comic View and Jamie Foxx Presents: Laffapalooza!, and has been twice invited to the Montreal comedy festival – Just for Laughs, the series for which he was awarded Canada’s prestigious Gemini Award.
Chuy has settled into, what he hopes, is a lifelong position as the assistant to one of cable TV’s fastest-rising stars. In his spare time, Chuy moonlights as an actor and can be seen in The Rundown, starring The Rock, and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End.