In 2004, at age 22, Bill Squire was just your regular old excommunicated Mormon Missionary trying to find his way through life. Returning from a two-year-long Mormon mission in the Philippines, Bill found his voice on stage traveling the country telling jokes as he relentlessly pursued stage time.
In 2008 Bill recorded and released his debut album Sarcasm Bus independently and has sold thousands of copies. In 2011 Bill teamed up with Slow Mutant Productions and filmed his one-hour comedy special Just Say Your Jokes which has over 37,000 views on YouTube. In 2013, Bill released Crowded, which reached number three on the iTunes comedy charts. He has released five successful comedy albums, his albums have been heard by millions of listeners on streaming services like iTunes, Spotify, and Pandora. His newest release Bam Bam is in collaboration with Helium Comedy Records coming July 23rd, 2021.
Bill has been seen on Comedy Central. He was a regular cast member on the cult favorite YouTube series Man in the Box, starring opposite Cleveland Comedy Legend and Red Lobster regular Mike Polk Jr. He has also appeared on tv shows like Laughs on Fox and Hulu.
Family is a priority for Bill, although his time on the road means a lot to him since 2013 Bill has co-hosted The Alan Cox Show, an afternoon drive talk show on 100.7 WMMS in Cleveland. He has become a part of a larger family of millions of devoted listeners/viewers on iHeartRadio, SiriusXM, Pandora, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher.
He also hosts his wildly popular podcast The Bill Squire Show on the iHeartRadio network.
Eitan Levine is a New York based writer and comedian/human theme park. He has previously been staffed as a journalist/producer/on-air talent at Elite Daily, Cheddar, Mashable and several other publications. He’s also written for the New York Times, New York Magazine (The Cut), Amazon, Sony/Embassy Row, Reader’s Digest and has worked on creative projects with companies like Nike, Red Bull, JEEP, Audible, Tru TV and others. In 2017, Eitan was hired as a writer for "Hollywood Says," China's only celebrity talk show filming in the U.S.. During his time at Cheddar, his series "Money Menu" and "Business of Going Viral” were the highest-rated shows on the channel. His work has been covered by the New York Post, Daily Beast, Jerusalem Post, Algemeiner, BroBible, Time Out New York, New York Magazine, several Taylor Swift message boards, Glen Beck once for some reason and others. Through articles, videos, a documentary series and live broadcasts his work has been seen by billions of people across the globe.
In 2020, with comedy clubs shut down, Eitan started an outdoor show in Central Park with comedian Drexton Clemons. The show became a local hit and was picked up by Sony / Embassy Row (Watch What Happens LIVE!) to be turned into a podcast with video called NYC Is Dead.
Eitan'S TikTok channel took off in 2022 after a video called “Jewish or Antisemitic” went viral. His Jewish-themed man on the street interviews have been watched by hundreds of millions of people across the globe.
Other credits include writing for the Emmy awarding winning sports segment “5 For Fischler,” being one of 30 finalists in the running to live in the MLB FanCave 2013 and posing for a picture featured in The New York Times while holding a sign that said “PALIN! CALL ME” with his cell phone number underneath. He’s also been featured as a performer at the New South Comedy Festival, Motor City Comedy Fest, Baltimore Comedy Festival, the Colonial Theater in Pittsfield, Comedy Mob Fest, New York Comedy Festival, Stand Up NY, Cleveland Comedy Fest (BEST OF FEST AND WINNER OF THE NATE COCKERILL PERFORMANCE AWARD), Cola Con, North Carolina Comedy Festival, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, Carolines, Broadway Comedy Club and others around New York city and across the country. On top of that, Eitan has performed at numerous synagogues, JCCs, cultural centers, colleges and corporate functions. None of his favorite sports teams have won a championship since 1994.
He also once threw a 5 day comedy festival in his apartment called “Apartment Fest.”
It had 6 sponsors, which is crazy.
Jasmyn Carter got her start in Cleveland Ohio and now lives in Los Angeles. Her comedic talents have taken her far and wide; you've seen her commercials for 1-800-FLOWERS and Google Pixel (which aired during Super Bowl LVI), and she has over a million combined followers on Instagram, Tiktok, and YouTube.
Her comedy album "Too Much Head" is available on all streaming platforms.
Winner of the first and only Youngstown Comedy Festival, the Funny Stop Comedy Contest, the World Series of Comedy, and this one dive bar contest where he won $34, Tim Wolfe has been entertaining audiences with his tales of woe for the better part of a decade. From losing his job, his girlfriend - and don’t even mention his bunk bed - audiences generally leave Tim’s shows feeling much better about their own lives. Simply put: the sadder he is, the funnier he is. And right now he’s never been funnier!
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