From the Tonight Show, to the Late Show , to your show, our comedians have graced the most prestigious stages and appeared on all the major television comedy shows. Safe, clean and hilariously funny, these guys will keep your audience laughing from start to finish.
A comedian that can be trusted to he clean! One of the most sought after corporate and special event comedian’s in the country, Dick Hardwick has recently been making his mark on the public by appearing in concert with the legendary Johnny Mathis and Reba McEntire. Dick is comfortable whether moderating a corporate awards banquet or serving as host of an outdoor concert at Atlanta Motor Speedway with 250,000 attendees. His quick wit and “off-the-wall sense of humor” has served him well as a guest on Jeff Foxworthy’s syndicated radio show and numerous television appearances. Hardwick’s strong audience reaction is a testament to his ability to know what works each and every time he hits the stage!
Billing himself as “The New King of The One-Liners, Geechy Guy is a comedian with a laid-back style, dry wit and off-the-wall presentation. His credits include over 75 national TV shows including three appearances on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”. He has just completed extended show runs in Las Vegas and Reno, and holds the Guinness World Record for the most jokes told in one hour. He has appeared at numerous comedy clubs, colleges, and conventions throughout the United States and Canada.
“WOW!! Thank you so much for getting Greg Hahn for our event… He is fantastic!! The energy he brings with him is contagious and I honestly can’t remember when I laughed so hard it hurt. Even our auditors commented to me about how funny and FUN Greg was!” -Michele Lee, Day Runner
“Everyone at Merrill Lynch just wanted to thank you for the fabulous job you did at our client appreciation event. Everyone thought you were absolutely hilarious! Thank you for all of your hard work and enthusiasm. We can easily say that we made an excellent choice in choosing you to be our entertainer.” -Merrill Lynch, Chico, Ca
“Our group is still commenting on the very talented Mr. Greg Hahn. Anyone who can make this group laugh until tears were streaming down their cheeks is one very great comedian. The entire group was delighted.” -Jim McDivitt – Anaheim/Orange County Visitor and Convention Bureau
Mad Chad Taylor
First of all this guy juggles three running chainsaws and he’s one funny dude. It’s no wonder he’s been called the Evil Knievil of comedy. Mad Chad has performed his popular “Extreme Comedy” show all over the world. This skateboarding funnyman brought his chainsaws to “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, “The Donnie and Marie Show, ” Rosanne”, “The Martin Short Show”, and a dozen other television shows. He has also appeared on shows in Japan, Germany,Spain and Finland.
The Physical Comedy of Max Winfrey
This out of control comedy juggler brings over 15 years of experience to the stage with appearances on The Disney Chanel and The Nashville Network. His brand of fast paced, high-energy, death-defying physical comedy will stun you into submission. Be Advised! This performer has been known to pluck innocent victims from the audience and place them into hilarious situations on the stage. He has also been known to posses and utilize such tools as machetes, flaming torches, bowling balls and yes, even the kitchen sink!
Tom Ryan has been a full time standup comedian for over fifteen years. He recently made his third appearance on “The Late Show” with David Letterman. Since he was about 10 years old, Tom wanted to be a standup comedian. The first standup comedy he ever heard was Bill Cosby’s debut album that contained the famous Noah routine. At 26, he left an insurance job in his hometown of Philadelphia to move to Florida where he got a job at a local golf course. The job lasted only 3 weeks. Ryan says, “Losing that job was the best thing that ever happened to me because it forced me to confront exactly what I wanted to do with my life.” He took a job as a doorman at the newly opened Comedy Corner in West Palm Beach. It was the lowest paying but most valuable job he ever had. It provided him with a complete comedy education watching acts such as Jerry Seinfeld, Dennis Miller and Bill Hicks.It was not long before Tom made his stage debut. Within two years he was working full time as a comedian. Since then Tom Ryan has worked steadily at comedy clubs, concert venues, corporate functions and colleges across the U.S. In addition to his Letterman appearances, he has also been featured on Showtime, A&E, Comedy Central and NBC. He has performed as the opening act in concert for B.B. King, Natalie Cole, Jeff Beck, Earth, Wind and Fire, Aretha Franklin, Tim Allen, Steven Wright, Jerry Seinfeld, and Dennis Miller just to name a few. His original style makes it easy for him to write for special events. He has contributed monologue jokes to the award winning “Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher” and regularly headlines corporate events including Continental Airlines, Compaq, Morgan Stanley and Church and Dwight.