Natasha is an American comedian and has been a staple on “Comedy Central’s Roasts.” Her quick-wittedness, social commentary, and observations have been making audiences laugh for years now, and it’s no wonder she keeps being invited to do those roasts.
Outside of stand-up, Natasha lives in Los Angeles and hosts “Rat in the Kitchen,” a game where the hosts and audience members attempt to find the chef who is trying to sabotage the others. Good stuff!
Nikki is a midwesterner at heart and lives there to this day. Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, Nikki has been doing stand-up since she was 18. She writes, acts, and hosts and is best known for her work on “Not Safe With Nikki Glaser”, hosting “FBOY Island”, “The Nikki Glaser Podcast,” and “Welcome Home Nikki Glasser.”
She will make you laugh out loud with her honest commentary and point of view. She famously said, "one of the most fun things to do is learn from bombing on stage. Once you do that, you will never be afraid to fail after." Great words of wisdom, Nikki!
A newer comedian on the scene, Taylor Tomlinson, has released two Netflix specials called “Quarter-Life Crisis” and "Look at You.” She has been performing stand-up since the age of 16 and has racked up recognition after recognition since then.
She was a top 10 finalist to NBC's "Last Comic Standing," named on "Variety's 10 Comics to Watch" in 2019, and made it to "Forbes 30 Under 30 List" in December 2021. While she's still young, Taylor is a guaranteed comedy trailblazer!
Maya is one of the greats in Hollywood and is best known for her time on "Saturday Night Live" and her incredible Beyonce impression that Queen-B herself would be proud of. She has four Emmys to her name, two from her time on "Saturday Night Live" and two from voicing the hilarious hormone monster for Netflix's “Big Mouth.”
To this day, she continues to act and voice-act and has starred in several movies such as “Luca”, “Bridesmaids,” and “Idiocracy.” She has more work coming soon, so keep your eye out for it!
Cameron Esposito is a comedian who has been raved about by Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, and Carson Daly. Her stand-up mainly focuses on her life, feminism, social justice, and her experiences being LGBTQAI+.
She currently resides in Los Angeles and has created five comedy albums, voices "Carrol the Cloud Person" on “Adventure Time,” and hosts the “Queery” podcast. She’s a breath of fresh air and a voice for change on the comedy scene!