Irene Bremis features & headlines, nationwide. Her intrepidity leaves no stone unturned. Her unrestrained humor is a compilation of her Greek upbringing, satirizing topical, social & political issues, rants & intimate details about her personal life. She cohosts on Sirius w/ John Fugelsang, is a writer for Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack and hosts her own show “The Scuttlebutt,” which features emerging actors, comics & politicians.
Sherrod Small is a comedian, writer, producer, actor, radio host and all around performer; born and raised by his mother and two sisters in Brooklyn, NYC. He connects with audiences everywhere through his witty commentary, quick improvisation and his views on politics, culture and everyday life. Sherrod has appeared in numerous popular series and is one of the most recognizable talking heads in America. You've seen him all over VH1's "Best Week Ever" & "I Love..." Series, guest hosting on ABC's "Good Morning America" & NBC's "TODAY", & as a frequent guest on FOX's "Red Eye" as well as Travel Channel's "Men Vs Food" & "Street Cred". Most recently Sherrod starred in A&E's "Black & White" which he produced & created with fellow comedian Christian Finnegan as well as wrote & starred as 'Malcom' in Tyler Perry's "Are We There Yet?" Sherrod has also performed on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” and NBC’s “Showtime at the Apollo,” wrote & performed on Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn” and was featured in Jerry Seinfeld’s film “Comedian.” Sherrod is also one of the most popular Radio voices today. You can currently listen to Sherrod weekly on on his acclaimed "Racewars" podcast , He has also appeared as a guest on "Raw Dog," "Scott & Sid Morning Show," "Legion Of Skanks" & and on Sirius XM's "Opie Show. You can see Sherrod currently touring the country with 'The Comedians of Opie Radio' & 'Race Wars LIVE'.
Mia Jackson has been a comedian since she graduated from the University of Georgia. She’s appeared on NickMom’s Night Out, Viceland, Inside Amy Schumer, and the movie Mother’s Day. She was a semi-finalist for NBC’s Last Comic Standing, voted Atlanta’s Creative Loafing’s Best Standup, and was named a New Face at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival.
Always hosted by Marina Franklin- Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, and HBO's Crashing