Tommy Ryman grew up with a new-age, folksinging mother and a traditional, Lutheran insurance-agent father. This XY equation evidently equals: acclaimed comedian. Ryman has earned the title of Semifinalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Roseanne Barr, a professed fan, raves she has “never seen anything like [Tommy] before in [her] whole life, [he is] one-of-a-kind, fantastic!” Ryman’s act can be described as absurdist and clever, masked behind a very likable and innocent demeanor, often thought of as disturbingly adorable. He is a favorite among audiences at top clubs and colleges around the nation.
Trevor Anderson started stand up while pursuing a degree in music at the University of Minnesota. In 2009 he performed at the Aspen Comedy Festival where he was a winner of the Rooftop Comedy College Competition. Trevor's intelligent and charmingly enthusiastic approach to comedy helps him win over almost any audience (except for that one time at the American Legion in Savage, MN).
Bryan Miller renounced all seriousness and quit his job as a newspaper editor to move to Minneapolis, Minnesota, and try standup comedy in 2008. In his first year he was a finalist in Acme Comedy Company’s Funniest Person in the Twin Cities contest, and in 2012, he appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Every week he writes football jokes for Costaki Economopoulos’s “Quick Snaps” podcast and radio segment, which is featured on the Bob & Tom Show and can be found on iTunes.
Dan Mogol is really funny and likes to hunt and fish, even though he looks a little metrosexual.
John DeBoer takes us on a ride we’ve all been on, yet somehow failed to see the humor in the first time through. John has performed at the Daytona 500 Experience, as well as on Comedy Central, XM-Sirius, and in national TV commercials, with a brief shot on Last Comic Standing.
Greg Coleman’s energy is infectious. He works with kids, and kids love him. So do the ladies. Strangely, Greg is neither a husband or a father. That’s a shame.