Shawn Carter is a stand up comic and founder of UnScene Comedy and host of the Sally O’Brien’s Comedy Show. He was a Semi-Finalist in the 2011 Boston Comedy Festival and was the Comic in Residence at The Comedy Studio in Cambridge, May, 2011.
Rick Canavan has a slightly bigger picture here than the rest of the writers, because he learned how to edit the site. He has done stuff in comedy that he thinks is pretty cool and hopes to do more. He loves his family almost as much as he loves his country.
Ted loves comedy. He hates writing short Bios about himself. Ted is very good at comedy. He is not very good at writing his Bio. Ted is constantly working on his comedy. Ted rarely works on writing his Bio. Ted tell his jokes at all the major clubs in Boston. Ted writes his Bio on his home computer. Ted has appeared in several comedy festivals. His Bio has not. Ted was the Comic in Residence at the Comedy Studio in December 2010. His Bio took the month off to spend time with family. Lets review Comedy Good, Bios Bad.
Tim Vargulish started doing stand up comedy in 2006. He quickly started performing all over the country but mostly Boston. His quirky style and irreverent regard for whether the audience was laughing garnered him respect in his mind. Besides stand up he has conquered the worlds of improv, sketch, and watermelon smashing comedy. Other than stand up he loves comic books, video games, and hopes to one day have a girlfriend to watch him do those things.
Gary Petersen is without a doubt one of the rising stars of Boston comedy. Coming like a bat out of hell onto the scene, after only 4 years in Boston this young comic has established his reputation as a strong writer and exciting performer. His unique brand of comedy draws in crowds, guiding them through the ridiculousness of life, highlighting the humor in ordinary situations and imagining even funnier ones.
June 2009 Comic in Residence at The Comedy Studio
2nd Place in 2007 Bridgewater State College Comedy Competition
2nd Place in 2007 Last Cape Coder Standing Comedy Competition
Semi-finalist in Catch A Rising Star’s 2008 Comedy Competition
2006 Improv Boston Matt Carey Performance Scholarship Winner
Invited to Compete in 2010 Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Contest
Christa is a comedian, artist, writer and all around snappy dresser living in Boston. Christa has lots of bad ideas and acts on most of them. Neurotic and misanthropic in the cutest way possible, she might not be the best role model for your children, but she is sure to make you laugh if you’ve ever had to bail one of them out of jail.
Christa participated in the innagural Chicago Women’s Funny Festival, the Women in Comedy Festival and is a featured performer on Rooftop Comedy.
Anthony is a handsome stand-up comedian and comedy writer. He began writing and performing comedy while he was a student at Brandeis University, and since then, his disarming style, clever joke writing and unique worldview have made him a powerful voice in comedy.
His material examines topics as varied as life, death, video games, sex, Star Wars and video games. Drawing from his background in writing and improv, Anthony charms audiences with his dry wit and healthy sense of the absurd.
His writing has appeared on Cracked.com, Splitsider.com, and the Boston Globe. As a filmmaker, he has won multiple awards and as an actor he has lost some.
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