Larry The Cable Guy

Larry The Cable GuyLarry The Cable Guy (LarryTheCableGuy.com} is a multiplatinum recording artist, Grammy nominee, Billboard award winner and one of the top comedians in the country. He has his own line of merchandise and continues to sell out theatres and arenas across the United States. Larry has created The Git-R-Done Foundation, which was named after Larry’s signature catchphrase, and has donated more than 7 million dollars to various charities.

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Jeff Foxworthy

Jeff FowworthyJeff Foxworthy (JeffFoxworthy.com} is one of the most respected and successful comedians in the country. He is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy Award nominee and best selling author of 11 books. Widely known for his redneck jokes, his act goes well beyond that to explore the humor in everyday family interactions and human nature, a style that has been compared to Mark Twain’s.
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Ralphie May

Ralphie MayVoted one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch” in 2008, Ralphie May (RalphieMay.com) next appears opposite Neil Patrick Harris and Amy Sedaris in the feature film, THE BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST. After a record-setting three separate 1-hour Comedy Central Specials in the past three consecutive years, all of which were among the networks most highly-rated, Ralphie’s relatable comedic genius is in higher demand than ever.

Since his debut on season one of “Last Comic Standing,” audiences can’t get enough of the larger than life comedian. Ralphie has a proven track record of selling out multiple shows in 1,500 to 3,000 seat venues. He has a no nonsense point of view and the ability to connect with a diverse audience by pointing out society’s hypocrisies. Ralphie doesn’t shy away from touchy topics or ethnic jokes, nor does he bite his tongue when society suggests, because he sincerely believes that as long as what he’s saying is true, people need to hear it.
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Alton White

Alton White An interview with Alton White (Mufasa) in the Lion King. Alton has been performing on Broadway with 1991 including the following productions: The Color Purple, The Lion King, Ragtime, Smokey Joe’s Café, The WHO’s Tommy, and Miss Saigon.

He also has appeared to televison on “All My Children,” “Law & Order” and “SVU.” On film, he has appeared in The Life, This Side of the Truth. He also has many voiceovers & national
commercials and concert dates around the world.
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Tommy Chong

Tommy ChongTommy Chong (CheechAndChong.com) is a Canadian-American comedian, actor and musician who is well-known for his stereotypical portrayals of hippie-era stoners.

He is most widely known for his involvement in the marijuana-themed Cheech & Chong comedy movies with Cheech Marin. He played Leo Chingkwake on FOX’s That ’70s Show for 5 years. Tommy has brought a lot of political issues to front by his outspoken feelings about rights and wrongs.
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Jay Mohr

Jay MohrJay Mohr (JayMohr.com) is a multiple threat. Film, television, radio, writing, stand-up, and producing are all among the skill sets he has accomplished throughout a career that has spanned over a decade.

In the film world, he has co-starred in over 20 features, opposite some of the most powerful actors and actresses of our generation. In television, in the scripted arena, he starred in the critically acclaimed Fox series ‘Action’ and in the reality genre, he created, executive produced and hosted NBC’s smash hit ‘Last Comic Standing’. In radio, he often guest hosts Premiere Radio’s Jim Rome Show, the number one syndicated sports radio program in the country. In stand-up, he sells out theaters, clubs and colleges all over the country, earning standing ovations for his keen observations on the world and the unique groups of people who live in it.

The multi-talented Mohr first received audience notice with his dead-on impressions of Christopher Walken, Ricki Lake, Dick Vitale and Sean Penn on ‘Saturday Night Live’. Soon after that, he landed his breakthrough film role as a rival agent to Cruise in the blockbuster hit ‘Jerry Maguire’ and followed that up in a touching good-guy turn opposite Jennifer Aniston in ‘Picture Perfect’. Mohr published his first book, the highly praised ‘Gasping for Airtime’, a darkly funny, brutally honest memoir of his two years in the trenches as a writer and featured performer on ‘Saturday Night Live’. Additionally, Mohr is well known for his respected sports work as host of Fox’s ‘NFL This Morning’, narrator of the award winning ‘Beyond the Glory’, and ‘Mohr Sports’, a uniquely original weekly comedy/music/sports talk hour he executive produced and hosted for ESPN.
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Frankie Avalon

Frankie AvalonFrankie Avalon (FrankieAvalon.com) can look back on a career that spans three generations of music, television and motion pictures which he feels is due primarily to the loyalty and trust of his audience.

Frankie’s years as a “Teenage Idol” have been succeeded by maturity and professionalism. He is currently one of the busiest nightclub performers in the country, playing the nations finest supper clubs and headlining top Las Vegas Hotel Main rooms. His motion picture career has already spanned some thirty films.
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Paul Williams

Paul WilliamsPaul Williams (PaulWilliamsConnection.com) is responsible for a number of enduring pop hits from the 1970s, including “(Just an) Old Fashioned Love Song”, a U.S. top-ten hit for the band Three Dog Night in late 1971, and a number of Carpenters hits, most notably “We’ve Only Just Begun”, which has since become a cover-band standard and de rigueur for weddings throughout North America. An early collaboration with Roger Nichols, “Someday Man”, was covered by The Monkees (a group for which he auditioned but was not cast) on a 1969 single, and was the first Monkees’ release not published by Screen Gems.

A frequent cowriter of Williams was musician Kenneth Ascher; their songs together included the popular children’s favorite “The Rainbow Connection”, sung by Kermit the Frog in The Muppet Movie. Williams has worked on the music of a number of films, including writing and singing on Bugsy Malone. He wrote the music for a musical production of Happy Days that debuted in 2007.

He is a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, and his songs have been performed by both pop and country music artists. He has won one Academy Award, two Grammy Awards and several Golden Globes.
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Craig Ferguson

Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson (visit Craig’s Website) is best known to American audiences as the supercilious Nigel Wick, Drew Carey’s boss on ABC’s The Drew Carey Show, a role he has played for the past eight years to much acclaim.

He is now becoming well known to American moviegoers, as well, for his multiple roles as actor/writer/director/producer/creator. He hosts the Late Late Show on National television in addition to his Standup Comedy he performs in Las Vegas and many other locations.
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John Davidson

John DavidsonEntertainer John Davidson (JohnDavidson.com) has received acclaim for his work in theatre, television, film and night clubs. An accomplished singer and composer, he has entertained America for decades on Television, Broadway, theatre and on the big screen.

We all remember John as the longtime member of “Hollywood Squares” as well as a frequent host on the “Tonight Show”.
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