Hilarious Colombian Americans is exactly what it sounds like - a comedy show featuring the multicultural talents of Pedro Gonzalez, Santi Espinosa, Alex Carabaño, Venessa Peruda and Oscar Collazos - all New York City comedians with Colombian backgrounds. The stories they share about growing up in both cultures have had audiences in New York City bent over in laughter for years - including a sold-out 2019 New York Comedy Festival at New York Comedy Club. Their 2022 multi-city Colombian Heritage Comedy Tour is coming to Los Angeles, and they are bringing Colombian superstar Antonio Sanint with them! Come get some much-needed laughter with these crazy parceros! This show is in English and is for everyone to enjoy - not just Colombians. Follow them on Instagram at @colombiancomedy
Beau McDowell is a standup comedian and cohost of the Losers With A Dream podcast with comedy legend Lisa Lampanelli. Beau performs regularly on the East Coast, and is known for his big personality, his big stature, and his even bigger sense of humor about his former struggles with substance abuse, family codependence, and his search for self-acceptance. Beau’s ability to approach serious and sometimes heartbreaking experiences with levity and warmth differentiate him as a comedian on the rise with something new to say.
Mike Cannon is a New York City-based comedian, podcaster and actor. In May of 2022 Mike released his second independently-produced comedy special, White Privilege Homeless, on YouTube where it received thousands of positive reviews from fans, comedians, and critics alike. His debut comedy special, Life Begins, was released in January 2020 on YouTube and earned a spot on Laugh Button’s Top 35 Comedy Specials of 2020. The album version of Life Begins was released in February 2020 through 800 Pound Gorilla Records. It was recognized as one of Interrobang’s Top 11 Albums of 2020 as well as one of Sirius/XM Raw Dog Radio’s Top 10 Comedy Albums of 2020. Recently, Mike earned critical acclaim for his acting performance as lead in the feature film Timing on Amazon Prime. Mike’s first comedy album, I Think It Just Kicked In, debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts and #7 on Billboard comedy charts, and has over 5 million streams on Pandora.Mike has appeared as a guest on the popular Barstool Sports series Friday Night Pints and Answer the Internet and Comedy Central’s Stupid Questions with Chris Distefano, and an actor on Blake Griffin’s Double Cross on TruTV, a panelist on Comedy Central’s The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, a talking head on TruTV’s Greatest Ever and MSG’s The Bracket, a sketch performer on TruTV’s Top Funniest, a comedian panelist on MTV’s Failosophy and Money From Strangers, a regular guest on Fox’s Red Eye, and was a contributing writer and performer for MTV2’s Guy Code. He is a regular guest on several SiriusXM Radio shows, including The Jim Norton and Sam Roberts Show, KFC Radio, Barstool Radio, Barstool Breakfast, The Bonfire with Big Jay Oakerson and Dan Soder and Bennington.Mike currently co-hosts Here’s the Scenario podcast with comedians Mike Feeney and Brendan Sagalow and host of two digital series, Heads Up with Mike Cannon and Mike Takes Edibles. Previously, Mike hosted the long-running Irish Goodbye Podcast and the popular weekly web-series The Weed News with Mike Cannon. He was a co-host of Cosmopolitan Magazine’s series Sexy vs Skanky and a featured performer on VH1’s Why Am I Still Single?Mike has been a guest on several popular podcasts including Andrew Schulz’s: Flagrant 2, Girls Gotta Eat, Chrissy Chaos, Are You Garbage?, Robert Kelly’s You Know What Dude!, Stuff Island, Doug Benson’s Getting Doug with High, Ari Shaffir’s Skeptic Tank, Jim Norton’s The Chip Chipperson Podcast, Joe List’s Mindful Metal Jacket and Jessica Kirson’s Disgusting Hawk. He’s also been a guest on Dad Meat, History Hyenas, OOPS The Podcast, Legion of Skanks, The Dad, Calta and Kelly, Comedy Cellar Nightly, and Opie Radio.In March 2017, Mike performed stand up on AXS Gotham Comedy Live with host and comedy icon Fran Drescher for her debut standup performance. He was a finalist in the 2016 and 2014 New York Comedy Festival’s “NY’s Funniest” contest. Mike is always developing new material. He regularly tours the country, and, when home, he plays all the major New York City clubs including the Comedy Cellar and New York Comedy Club. It makes no difference to him whether he’s performing in a club, a bar, a casino, an elevator (done that twice), a parking lot, a rooftop, on a fake beach in front of a freight train, or in a technically-legal underground speakeasy – comedy is his life. Mike is dedicated to making the majority of you laugh and the rest of you confused, yet oddly satiated.