Just how funny is comedian and actress Loni Love? Ask both Variety and Comedy Central, both of which have named her among their Top 10 Comics to Watch, or Campus Activity magazine, which honored her as its Hot Comic for 2009. Love is not only one of the most hilarious and lovable comics performing stand-up on the comedy club and college circuits but also a busy TV host, guest and actress who has also appeared in films and dramatic plays. Love starred in her own half-hour special for Comedy Central in 2007 and has also been seen on the channel’s “Premium Blend,” “Weekends at the DL” and “Chocolate News”. Her many television appearances include “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn,” “The Best Damn Sports Show Period”, VH1′s “I Love the 70′s/80′s/90′s,” “Vh1′s The Great Debate” and “Comics Unleashed” among numerous others.
Love has enjoyed a recurring role on the Nickelodeon show “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” as well as guest starring roles on UPN’s “Girlfriends” and the CBS sitcom “Worst Week.” She was host of the “E! Wildest TV Show Moments” and guest host on “GSN Live,”.
Robert Duchaine is a surly misanthrope. His sarcastic social commentary pokes fun at a myriad of topics including race, religion, and relationships.
He’s been kicked out of every organization he was ever forced to join, from the Cub Scouts to the U.S. Army, and fired from every job he ever finagled. Robert finally found a refuge where he can make his own rules - the stand-up comedy stage.
Now an established national touring headliner, Robert performs regularly in Las Vegas show rooms, colleges, comedy clubs and concert venues. Duchaine is also involved in avant-garde theater and independent film. Robert's unique perspective fuels an act that pushes the envelope. Duchaine is candid, entertaining, and always hilarious!
Gabriel has been entertaining audiences since the early nineties as an actor, singer, and comic. He has toured colleges, theaters and clubs of the Northwest performing in everything from Shakespearian roles to characters in the aspiring works of local playwrights. Branching into professional comedy in 2002 he has since performed in clubs around the country with comedic greats like Orny Adams, John Bowman, Vic Henley, Nick Griffin and dozens of others that consider themselves funny. Launching his own comedy tour bearing the name “Fueled by Desperation” in 2008 he has since become one of the most sought after comics in Idaho and beyond. Gabes graced the cover of Boise’s local magazines and has been the subject of numerous articles. He can currently be heard Friday mornings on KRBX 89.9 FM where he steals the show as co-host on the “Vivisect View” which is broadcast through out the Boise Caldwell area.
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