Eddie Brill is a well respected and very funny stand up here in the USA and abroad.
For the past sixteen years and counting, he has worked on The Late Show with David Letterman. He is currently the audience warm-up and for eleven years he was the Stand Up Comedy Talent Coordinator.
Eddie has taped more than 100 TV shows in six different countries...including ten appearances on The Late Show...and the FX hit series, "Louie."
He has been seen in many films including, "30 Years To Life" with Tracy Morgan.
A 3-time MAC award winner for Outstanding Male Comic in NYC, Eddie is also the creative director of The Great American Comedy Festival which honors Johnny Carson in his hometown of Norfolk, NE...and is one of the talent coordinators of this year's premiere Woodstock Comedy Festival as well.
Ophira Eisenberg is a Canadian comedian, writer, and actress. She is from Calgary, Canada. She has made guest appearances on comedy programs including Comedy Central’s Premium Blend and Fresh Faces of Comedy, as well as VH-1's Best Week Ever and All Access, the E! Channel, the Oxygen Network, and the Discovery Channel. She had her own half-hour comedy special for CTV Television Network’s Comedy Now!.She was also featured in the award-winning Canadian film The Overlookers and episodes of The Guardian and Queer as Folk. Eisenberg performs regularly in New York City, where she resides. She headlines comedy clubs and colleges across the US as well. She also hosts and tours with The Moth, a NYC storytelling show and is featured on one of their Audience Favorites CDs. She is a core performer in the live shows Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad and The Liar Show. She co-produces and hosts the long running stand-up comedy show, Sweet Paprika. She was featured in New York magazine’s “Ten New Comedians That Funny People Find Funny”, New York Post’s “The 50 Best Bits That Crack Up Pro Comics”, selected by Back Stage magazine as one of “10 Standout Stand Ups Worth Watching” in their Spotlight on Comedy Issue, and hailed as a “Highly Recommended Favorite” by Time Out New York magazine. She was a MAC Awards (Manhattan Association of Clubs and Cabarets) Finalist for Best Female Comic.