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K.L Hasell – Katherine is an animator, writer and editor who lives and works in NYC. And who is off for the summer
Associate Editor - Chief California Comedy Correspondent Around Town with Roz Columnist
Roz Browne LA Comedy Award Nominee Comedian and Actress, Roz Browne was voted Boston’s Metro’s Favorite Comedian during the 2006 Boston Comedy Festival. Television appearances include NBC’s Outlaw, ABC’s The View, Comics Unleashed with Bryon Allen, Que Locos Comedy Jam, LifeTime TV, BET’s Comic View, The Best of Comic View and America’s Funniest People. She performs regularly at all of the major comedy clubs nationwide and was featured at the Toyota Comedy Festival in New York. She also produces the popular “Merry Wives of Comedy” Show.
California Comedy Correspondent
Chuck Ojeda is an actor and comedian in Los Angeles as well as the creator of the stand up comedy concept show Comic Underground. In addition to performing stand up at the Hollywood Improv, Comedy Store, and Ice House, Chuck is also a writer/performer for the sketch comedy troupe The Strait Jacket Society. His writing contributions include episodes for the comedy news show This Week in You Tube and PSA parodies with Retrofit Productions. For more information please visit: www.chuckojeda.com
San Diego California Correspondent
Jennifer Van Tieghem As a lover of words, Jen Van Tieghem, has found herself swimming in consonants and vowels for this here publication, among others. When she's not writing online blogs, website content, or comedy reviews she's probably got her nose in a book and a glass of wine glued to her hand. If you'd like her to unleash some prose for your site or publication feel free to drop her a line.
Lauren O'Brien is an actress, comedian and talk radio personality. Originally from New Jersey, she now works in the Greater Los Angeles area. Lauren can be heard during morning drive on her radio program "The Mikey Show" in San Diego (KBZT). She regularly performs stand-up and has done various projects in film, television and stage. For more information and to contact Lauren O'Brien, please visit her website here.
San Francisco California Comedy Correspondent
Amy Keyishian lives in San Francisco with her husband, comic Randy Hauser, and two pint-sized daughters who are funnier than either of their parents. She trained in improv at UCB in New York, performs sketch and improv with Randy when there isn't a kid attached to her bazoom (and sometimes when there is) and has performed with the Un-Scripted Theater in SF. She blogs at madfoot.blogspot.com and tweets @madfoot.
Chicago to Los Angeles Comedy Correspondent
Sarah King Hey gang, this is my bio. I hates bios. I know that bios are necessary when writing for magazines so that people can decide if you're an idiot or a jackass or.. a cult leader. Who wants to read an article written by an idiot jackass cult leader? Answer: Maybe me, that sounds kinda interesting. – Check out My website.
Zach Bratkovich is a Chicago based comedian from the great state of New Jersey. Growing up in Jersey, Zach had realized how truly funny human interaction can be and his comedy reflects that. Whether it’s dating, being pulled over by a cop, or conversations with people at the gyms or Wendy's, Zach will keep audiences laughing how ridiculous people can be. Zach also loves to get people to laugh at the crazy products on the market and T.V. shows out there. Zach Currently writes for the Comic Bible Magazine and has performed in New York City at Gotham Comedy club, the Metropolitan Room, the Comic Strip, Broadway Comedy Club, and the New York comedy club.
VP / Director, Assoc. Editor & Florida Correspondent
Lori Valenti I've been with Comic Bible Magazine for a very long time – Everybody doesn't have a bio here – Do I really need to write a bio? – Do not follow where the path may lead - Go instead, where there is no path, and leave a trail!
Cassie Doria - What's up, I'm Cassie and I am The Comic Bible's correspondent for Orlando, Florida. I have a Bachelor's degree in Marketing, Master's in PR, and now I can add freelance writer to my repertoire as well. Phew! Now that we have the formalities out of the way, let's laugh our lives away in the comedic playground formally known as Central Florida!
Ally Bruener is an up-and-coming stand-up comedienne based out of Louisville, Kentucky. After being diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy and fully wheelchair-bound at a young age, she found her voice as a self-advocate and affirmed that her rightful place in the world is in front of a crowd. Since graduating from the Underground Comedy School in October 2010, Ally has performed as part of the Clifton Heights Music Festival and as a member of Comedy Caravan’s Best of the Louisville Comedy Underground and Best of the Bluegrass series. This seemingly sweet and innocent girl breaks the limits of political correctness with self-deprecating cripple jokes and darkly observational humor while stealing the hearts of a shocked audience. – ilaughedatthecrippledgirl.com.
New York Correspondents
Jared Freid is a 26 year-old Stand-Up Comedian and Writer based in New York City. He has been featured on Tru Tv, written dating advice for Weekly World News, and currently writes “J-Train’s World” for Thefanhub.com. Jared also produces one of the largest independently run shows in NYC called “J-Train’s Comedy Express”, which you can “like” on Facebook. Jared can be reached for bookings and information at email@example.com and you can follow him on Twitter @jtrain56.
Alice Liu is a writer, producer, and performing artist living in New York City. She has served, at times, as a minority advocate, a reluctant animal rescuer, and a babysitter of adult children (a.k.a. the leader of a rock band). She is the author of The Hunter: A Middle-Aged Urban Zen Fable and several television pilot scripts. www.toiletbookpress.com
Terrence Adams has spent the last five years writing professionally for Premiere Radio Networks in New York City. During that time he has also been working as a freelance writer and has started two separate blogs; www.victrolacola.blogspot.com and www.optionthismovie.tumblr.com. He has just moved from his apartment in Brooklyn to his homestate and subsequent home city of Columbus, Ohio, where he plans to cover the midwestern comedy scene the best way he knows how; from the streets. Follow Terrance on Twitter - @Victrola_Cola_1 and email him here.
Dan Hudson – This bio is brought to you by a generous grant from the Charlie Sheen group. Where "Winning" isn't everything! It's the only thing. Did you know there are comics with diseases? Hi this is Daniel. He is a comic. For only pennies a day you can help him write jokes about his Multiple Sclerosis. Your pennies will buy things he needs like note book paper, pens, and comedy classes. Your grant will help Daniel in his small village in Cincinnati. So won't you help Daniel? Please buy The Comic Bible. You could change a life.
Sarah Hackley is a full-time writer and editor, with a specialty in ghostwriting for attorneys and investment advisers. She has most recently been published in Crucible and On The Issues Magazine. Due to an affinity for extreme temperatures and spicy foods, she lives in Austin, Texas. Find her at www.sarahhackley.com or follow her on Facebook.
Gregory James Wakeman is a passionate aficionado of comedy in all its forms, especially film and television Gregory has spent the last few years writing scripts for radio and television and has recently completed work on a short film for Summit From Nuthin Productions.
Candice Jayde Olive is a PhD student, an author and a freelance journalist living and working in Australia. She is a lover of all things literary; her first novel, an Australian crime fiction thriller, is due for release internationally in 2012. She lives in Brisbane with her husband Carl and her cat James.
Alex Barnett is a comic, writer, husband, father, believer in social justice, rooter for the underdog and, importantly, a former lawyer (almost).
Humor & Ask Kelly! Correspondent
Kelly Bowlin is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles. He currently writes script and has been published in Yahoo, Suite 101, Digiguide, and utopian realms. He’s written two novels and a collection of 26 short stories titled The Modern Wild West in Shorts. Don't Forget to ASK KELLY!
Pat Lamb incorporates storytelling ,standup, performance art ,even poetry! It’s a celebration of wit that has the audience laughing like a series of controlled explosions. www.patlamb.com
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