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Comedian and writer Theo Von is the host of TBS’s hit weekly hidden camera prank show Deal With It, the network’s highest rated unscripted series. Executive Produced by Howie Mandel, the show’s second season premieres on Wednesday, March 19th at 10:30PM ET/PT, and will feature celebrities such as Kelly Osbourne (Fashion Police), Nick Cannon (America’s Got Talent), Kendall and Kylie Jenner (Keeping Up with the Kardashians), and Bob Saget (How I Met Your Mother) teaming up with Theo to help members of the public pull over-the-top pranks on their unsuspecting companions. If they agree to it, participants must obey all instructions given by Theo and his celebrity co-host through an earpiece from a secret control room nearby. With the opportunity to prank their way to cash and prizes, these everyday people are shown no mercy as they are tasked with pulling off some of the most ridiculous behavior ever caught on hidden camera. The first season of Deal With It premiered on Wednesday, July 17, 2013, and featured celebrities such as Joan and Melissa Rivers (Fashion Police), Adam Carolla (The Adam Carolla Show), and Josh Gad (1600 Penn, Love and Other Drugs).

Theo also hosts Yahoo!’s wildly popular daily recap show Primetime In No Time. One of the most successful video series on the web, the show averages over one million views per day. In addition to hosting, Theo is currently developing an animated show with Comedy Central, and his half hour standup special, which premiered on the network on June 1, 2012, was one of the highest-rated of the season. Theo is also the mastermind behind CrankTexts.com, a website where he texts random cell phone numbers and gets into conversations with total strangers. CrankTexts was featured on CollegeHumor.com, has had 10 million page views, and averages 18 clicks per visit.

Theo has garnered numerous accolades for his many appearances on TV. He was voted “Fan Favorite” as a semi-finalist on Last Comic Standing, was the winner of Comedy Central’s Reality Bites Back, and has hosted The Comedy Sideshow podcast – consistently one of the most downloaded video podcasts on iTunes. He has written for Laughspin.com, and has appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show, E’s Chelsea Lately, G4’s The Top 100 Video Games of All Time, Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, and Yahoo’s OMG Insider. Theo headlines clubs across the country, and has performed internationally at The South African Comedy Festival and for the troops at Guantanamo Bay. He has appeared stateside at the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival, The Chicago Just For Laughs Festival, and Comedy Central’s South Beach Comedy Festival.

Theo Von has been entertaining TV audiences since 1999 when he captured hearts as the loveable 19-year-old Southerner on The Real World/Road Rules Challenge franchise. In 2003, the Louisiana native traded in endurance challenges for the comedy stage and never looked back. Since then the multi-talented standup, host, and writer has been blowing away critics and fans with his unique brand of refined deep-southern comedy.

Check out his weekly podcast at: http://sideshownetwork.tv/category/podcasts/comedy/allegedly-with-theo-von-matthew-cole-weiss/ 



 

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  • Mike Mercury
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    Mike Mercury is a professional stand-up comedian and writer who has been involved in the performing arts in one form or another since he was 8 years old.

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    In seventh grade he won his middle schools' coveted "Actor Of The Year" award for his work in several stage productions, upsetting the heavily favored eighth grader, Eugene Finkelman, who went on to become the manager of a local Wal-Mart.

    In High School, shunned by a narrow-minded and elitist theater department, Mike concentrated on music: drums and percussion in band, and the kazoo in the back row of geometry class. In his senior year, he got an "F" in bowling because it was spring, he was in love and he never showed up. This, too, was later made into a movie of the week.

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    In the spring of 1988 the Writer's strike virtually shut down the entire industry and Mike was laid off at his job as a Production Assistant from the not-even-close-to-being-a-hit Disney show, "Videopolis." Broke, bitter and craving cheese, Mike returned home to America's Dairyland.

    He was welcomed home with open arms. (Mostly small caliber handguns). In fact, he was quickly asked to play the lead in a production of an original political satire called "Election Rejection: How I Flunked Out of the Electoral College" which was produced at the renowned "Ark" theater. After a successful run in which critics and audiences alike raved about his performance (some were heard saying, "He should go back to L.A.") he was hired as a permanent act at the Piccadilly Comedy Pub. It was there that he finally put all his talents to use in what has now become the show that it is today; "Hilarious, Dynamic and totally entertaining!" Wisconsin State Journal

    Mike quickly became an audience favorite and a headliner at comedy clubs all across America. Now working primarily in the Corporate market, his likable persona, quick wit, and clean and clever observational material, make him a much-sought-after performer.

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    In seventh grade he won his middle schools' coveted "Actor Of The Year" award for his work in several stage productions, upsetting the heavily favored eighth grader, Eugene Finkelman, who went on to become the manager of a local Wal-Mart.

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    "Mike Mercury delivers great material AND plays off an audience as well as anybody we've ever seen. What a character! He is Jay LenoEddie Haskell and Dennis the Menace all at once."Chicago Tribune

     

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    Rising from the streets of New York's ghettos to television superstardom, Jimmie Walker personifies the great American success story. His catch phrase "Dyn-o-mite!" is part of the modern vernacular, and he became such a major celebrity in the 1970's that Time Magazine named him "Comedian of the Decade.

    Walker was born on June 25th, 1947, on the mean streets of New York's South Bronx. At the time it was a poverty-ridden area notorious for its burned-out buildings, graffiti and crime, but to a very young boy, it was nothing more than "the neighborhood." Jimmie didn't grow up with thoughts of performing as a potential occupation. His life in the Projects centered around the basketball courts and ignoring school. Basketball was his first love, but at age fifteen, Jimmie only carried 129 pounds on his six foot frame, and the NBA wasn't calling. 
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    In 1967, he improved his "day job" by moving up to WMCA radio for $250 a week, but performing comedy was still something he wanted to try. A mutual friend introduced him to The Last Poets, a group dedicated to performing militant poetry. They needed an opening act and after a successful audition, Walker opened for the Poets at the East Wind in Harlem on New Year's Eve. He did five minutes of standup, floored the crowd of 350, and stayed with the Poets for 18 months while he built his act and gained confidence as a performer. By 1969, Jimmie was on stage at the African Room in Manhattan along with a few other up and coming talents, including Bette Midler, David Brenner and Steve Landesberg. Brenner was the first to get his big break and then helped Walker and the others, moving them all to Budd Friedman's Improv in New York where they occasionally got some valuable stage time. Brenner and his "disciples" soon turned into crowd favorites and became regulars onstage. To top it all off, Walker spent a year as the youngest MC in the history of the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem.
    In those early days, doing "The Tonight Show" was a direct line to the Big Time. Brenner made it first, followed by Landesberg, Midler and Freddie Prinze, but by 1972 Jimmie still hadn't landed that "big break." Then Brenner, Landesberg and Midler, scheduled for the powerhouse "Jack Paar Show", refused to appear unless Walker was also given a spot. The Paar staff gave in, and were glad they did. Jimmie's first guest shot was successful beyond anyone's expectations. Dan Rowan, who had seen the show, immediately flew Jimmie to Los Angeles to guest on a "Laugh In" special. That was followed by a second guest spot on "Jack Paar", and a contract with CBS to perform each week as the audience warm-up for the sitcom "Carlucci's Department."
    The series of successes gave Walker the confidence to give up his day job, and in 1972 he was working as the main attraction in all the top comedy clubs. His soaring popularity prompted Time Magazine to name him "Comedian of the Decade".
    Spotted by the casting director for Norman Lear of "All in the Family" fame, Jimmie accepted a part in Lear's new urban-styled comedy series, "Good Times." The role of the broadly strutting, wisecracking J.J. Evans would launch him into television superstardom. "Dyn-o-mite!" was the phrase that made him famous nationwide. As "Good Times" enjoyed a six year run, Walker's fame grew exponentially. He was the first winner of the NAACP Image Award, and won a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. He appeared on The Mac Davis Show, Donny and Marie, The John Davidson Show, The Merv Griffin Show, Dinah, The Mike Douglas Show, The Hollywood Squares, and the Match Game. Clothing, tee-shirts and even a talking doll that blurted out his signature catch phrase were soon on store shelves everywhere. 
    Even with his demanding schedule, Jimmie continued to appear as the headliner at top comedy clubs, including the world famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles. His joke writing team included a young David Letterman, Jay Leno and Byron Allen.
    Walker's television work would lead to movie roles, like boxer Bootney Farnsworth in "Let's Do it Again," co-starring with entertainment luminaries Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby. Jimmie also released a smash comedy album, "Dyn-o-mite!" that went gold. When "Good Times" ended in 1979, Aaron Spelling offered Walker a starring role in the short-lived "B.A.D. Cats" and returned to cast him again in 1983 in "At Ease", an ABC series about a bunch of United States Army misfits. He also landed choice roles in films like "Airplane!" and "Airport '79", and was a regular on television shows like "The Love Boat" and "Fantasy Island". In recent years he's made scene-stealing appearances on "The George Lopez Show", "Everybody Hates Chris" with Chris Rock, and "Scrubs". 
    But despite all Jimmie's success on the big and small screens, stand-up comedy remains his first love. Walker currently tours the country 35 to 45 weeks a year performing live, and guesting on game shows and late night television. In his spare time he writes scripts for TV and movies, and continues to enjoy a comedy career now approaching five decades.

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  • Funny Under Fire / Travis Howze
    September 18, 2015 at 7:30 PM Funny Under Fire / Travis Howze

    U.S. Marine Corps Veteran, former Police Officer and Firefighter turned National Headlining Comedian, Travis Howze protected America's citizens for over 14 years, and now he's making fun of them! Whether dodging bullets, chasing bad guys or running into burning buildings he is always 

    Having appeared on NBC's Night Shift with Kevin Ferguson, Travis has also been Voted, Stand Up Comedy's Mouth of the South and Charleston, South Carolinas Funniest Person. He has also been referred to as The Military and Emergency Services Voice of Comedy. 

    Never taking things seriously, or feeling guilty for wasting tax payers’ dollars, this one man public service TRAVESTY EXPLODES with impeccable rhythmic timing that leaves his audiences gasping for air and craving more!

    In addition to making fun of the general public he includes his own humility from being a Firefighter, Police Officer, being in the Military, Family, Married Life and more. In Travis's mind, his days of protecting are neither over, leaving no one safe nor anything off limits! His motto is simple "If you are able to laugh at someone else's pain and misfortunes, then you had better be able to laugh at your own!"

    IGNITING top level comedy stages for years, he’s a comedian with an extremely unique and marketable edge that has never been seen before, thus allowing him to connect and develop a very loyal brotherhood style fan base of military, emergency services personnel and their supporters from all over. 

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  • Funny Under Fire / Travis Howze
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    U.S. Marine Corps Veteran, former Police Officer and Firefighter turned National Headlining Comedian, Travis Howze protected America's citizens for over 14 years, and now he's making fun of them! Whether dodging bullets, chasing bad guys or running into burning buildings he is always 

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    IGNITING top level comedy stages for years, he’s a comedian with an extremely unique and marketable edge that has never been seen before, thus allowing him to connect and develop a very loyal brotherhood style fan base of military, emergency services personnel and their supporters from all over. 

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    September 25, 2015 at 7:30 PM Mikey Mason
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    Thirteen years later Kevin is still going on-stage, and he has found the job that fit his requirements.  “For an hour a night I’m wildly successful”.  With a smooth and clever style, a great smile and a contagious laugh Kevin has been entertaining in clubs and colleges across the country.  In 2000 he was the winner of the Midwest region of the HBO “Comedy Competition” and flew to Los Angeles to compete as a finalist.  He performed on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” in 2003, and finished 2nd in the Boston Comedy Competition in 2005.  He was a semi-finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” in 2010.  This past summer he co-starred in the Indie film “Flat Chested” starring Alicia Witt and Luke Perry.

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  • Kevin Bozeman
    October 03, 2015 at 8:00 PM Kevin Bozeman

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    Thirteen years later Kevin is still going on-stage, and he has found the job that fit his requirements.  “For an hour a night I’m wildly successful”.  With a smooth and clever style, a great smile and a contagious laugh Kevin has been entertaining in clubs and colleges across the country.  In 2000 he was the winner of the Midwest region of the HBO “Comedy Competition” and flew to Los Angeles to compete as a finalist.  He performed on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” in 2003, and finished 2nd in the Boston Comedy Competition in 2005.  He was a semi-finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing” in 2010.  This past summer he co-starred in the Indie film “Flat Chested” starring Alicia Witt and Luke Perry.

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    Todd’s act is a “R” rated show for Adults!

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    October 10, 2015 at 8:00 PM Todd Yohn

    For over 20 years, Todd Yohn’s high energy, nonstop act has blended stand-up, improv, and music into one deliciously stimulating show. His fresh and clever original comedy tunes such as ‘The Feminine Hygiene Song’, ’Daddy Please Don’t Go’, and the very popular ‘Orange Barrels’ have separated Todd from the ‘other’ guitar playing comedy acts. Todd has been an accomplished musician for many years and still has a songwriting deal with MCA Publishing in Nashville, TN. He is one of the few performers today who has the rare ability to produce large amounts of laughter with the lift of an eyebrow or droop of the lip. Todd’s combination of material, uncanny sense of timing and his complete uniqueness of personality, has earned him the reputation as one of the best club comedians in the country. As a matter of fact, Tom Griswald of the nationally syndicated morning show “Bob and Tom” has said that,“Todd Yohn is, by far, the funniest live comedian show anyone will see.”
    Todd is heavily requested on the college circuit as well as the corporate world and national comedy club network. You might have seen Todd on HBO, Showtime, VH1, and Comedy Central. He has worked with Glenn Campbell, The Four Tops, Charlie Daniels, and is Joan Rivers favorite opening act (in his price range). His humor and songwriting have made him one of the original ‘regulars’ of “The Bob and Tom Show”. According to Kevin Brady of Outback Concert Promotions, “Todd is my number one closer for the ‘Friends of Bob and Tom Show’ national tours.” Simply put, Todd does comedy the way comedy was meant to be performed. He is a total performer who will thrill any audience! Don’t miss the opportunity to experience this ‘one of a kind’ entertainer!

    Todd’s act is a “R” rated show for Adults!

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  • Fifty Shades of Men
    October 15, 2015 at 7:30 PM Fifty Shades of Men
    Fifty Shades of Men” The Show is a product of the past members from the East Coast, West Coast and International Touring Chippendales. We put together a classy and entertaining show to bring to you!

    Ladies night out never looked better! A burlesque show was never so elegant. A male revue never caught so much attention! Spend an evening with “Fifty Shades of Men” The Show and they will excite all your senses when handsome male performers take the stage right before your eyes. With the seduction and temptation, these gorgeous hunks will lure you into their captivating trance of entertainment.

    When the attractive and physically perfect male dancers show their talents, they delight the audience with a series of disarmingly sexy, yet very tasteful routines.

    We design our show to fit every town and city’s bi-laws. Other male revue shows have given our business a bad reputation. Our show is very tasteful and is more burlesque/Vegas style show.

    Designed exclusively for women, we combine a perfect blend of music, hot dance moves and sensual theatrics providing a sensuous and fast-paced performance that meets every female fantasy.

    Tickets to “Fifty Shades of Men” The Show is a perfect way to spend a bachelorette party, birthday or just a fun-filled night of desired fantasy.

    So ladies, let us fulfill your fantasy and make all your dreams come true!

    *Beware of imposters and groups saying that they are "Fifty Shades of Men" (50 Shades of Men) or the Chippendales or saying they are former Chippendales. Ask for proof, google some of the dancers/owner, etc. Make sure they are who they say they are. Customer satisfaction is very important to us and we do not want the consumer to get a fake product!

    **We are not the current Chippendales, we are “Fifty Shades of Men” The Show, featuring ACTUAL past members from the Chippendale Tour!

    We look forward to seeing you soon!

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  • Untamed Shrews Rated XXX
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    Susan Smith and Marge Tackes are the nastiest of nasty girls with a brutal sense of humor.They cover topics from street signs to sex, all with a wicked slant. While their perspective is definitely feminine, they're not out to bash men. "In fact", Susan says, "some of our best customers are men..." While the Untamed Shrews are full of fun, they maintain a high caliber of professionalism and never disappoint.

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  • Untamed Shrews Rated XXX
    October 17, 2015 at 8:00 PM Untamed Shrews Rated XXX
    Susan Smith and Marge Tackes are the nastiest of nasty girls with a brutal sense of humor.They cover topics from street signs to sex, all with a wicked slant. While their perspective is definitely feminine, they're not out to bash men. "In fact", Susan says, "some of our best customers are men..." While the Untamed Shrews are full of fun, they maintain a high caliber of professionalism and never disappoint.

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