Naomi is a comedian, actress, and writer. She was born and raised in Harlem and has written for “Broad City” and “Difficult People.” She regularly appears on “2 Dope Queens” and created a number of half-hour specials for Comedy Central.
Her comedic style is hilarious, and she is certainly a person that is on the rise in comedy.
Best known for portraying Lucy in “I Love Lucy”, Lucille is one of the most famous people in Hollywood. The actress, comedian, and producer worked in the show business for 47 years.
She’s won 5 Primetime Emmys, one Golden Globe, earned two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame. She is so loved by her fans and was a true pioneer in the film and television industry.
Michelle Wolf is a rising star in the comedy world, that’s for sure. "The Village Voice" has called her "the voice comedy needs right now," and "The Daily Beast," said, "Michelle Wolf is the future of stand-up comedy." That's high praise! She is a comedian, writer, producer, and television host.
Her most notable works are writing for "Late Night Show with Seth Meyers," "The Daily Show," "2018 White House Correspondents Dinner performance," and her stand-up special "Joke Show." A hilarious person and someone you should go and watch immediately.
Michelle originally hails from New Jersey and was born to Caribbean parents. She has been performing comedy since 2001 and got her first television gig with Comedy Central five years later.
She was named one of "Esquire's Top comedians to Watch" in 2017, and her podcast, “Late Night Whenever!” made it to the Times' list of the best podcasts of 2018. She is killing it in the comedy scene and we think she’ll be around for a long time!
Born in Sydney, Australia, Rebel has been performing since she was young. However, acting wasn't her first career choice; mathematics was! She is quoted saying, "I was very academic at high school and was always good with numbers." Rebel ultimately studied Theater and Performance Studies and has a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of New South Wales.
After having a prolific career in Australia, performing at the Sydney Theatre Company, The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and appearing on SBS's “Pizza,” she has since got her big break in Hollywood by starring in the "Pitch Perfect" franchise and the Netflix film "Senior Year."