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Bruce Bruce is a name synonymous with keeping audiences rolling with laughter thanks to his captivating improv skills and larger than life comedic style. His stand up comic talents earned him the highest ratings ever as the host of “BET’s 10th Anniversary Comic View” for two seasons, two-time host “Coming to the Stage”, his own “Comedy Central Presents” special and comedy special DVD “Bruce Bruce Live”. Bruce’s bigger than life personality has transcended the stage to feature film appearances in Hair Show, The Wash & Larry The Cable Guy: Health Inspector and even cameos in music videos from Ludacris & Outcast. He can currently be seen on TBS’s “Comedy You Can Believe In” hosted by David Alan Grier June 2009.
Suitably named, Earthquake is notorious for shaking up audiences. Dubbing himself as the “comedian’s favorite comedian” he has been recognized for his comedic motto: “This has to work, ain't no plan B”. He explains his unplanned success saying: “I had no epiphany of one day following in Pryor's or anyone else's footsteps. I just found my comfort zone at being me, and this is the result’’. Earthquake has made motion picture appearances in Kevin Smith’s Clerks II and Ice Cube’s The Longshots. On the small screen, he seized the recurring role of Uncle Mike on the CW network’s Everybody Hates Chris, also making guest appearances on Mad TV and Howard Stern’s Howard TV. He has been a guest on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, and recognized for his stand-up in HBO’s comedy specials One Night Stand and Def Jam Comedy. Quake’s stand up has been featured in Shaquille O'Neal's Comedy All-Star Comedy Jam and Jamie Foxx's Comedy Central special Laffapalooza!. He has also released stand-up comedy DVDs entitled About Got Damn Time and From the Outhouse to the White House, his most recent project.
“Curry became a familiar face on television as the host of the syndicated program Showtime at the Apollo. After honing his comedic skills in nightclubs across the country, Mark Curry has become one of America's favorite actors on television. The tall, baby-faced funny man starred for five years on ABC's Hangin' with Mr. Cooper.
Mark recently appeared opposite Kirstie Alley in his recurring role on Showtime’s hit series “Fat Actress.” Mark also put his golden touch on BET's comedy talent search show “Coming to the Stage.” With Mark as the host, this series became the network’s number one show. Mark also spent time working as an NBA correspondent for “ESPN’s Cold Pizza” and performed stand up specials which can regularly be seen on HBO and Comedy Central.
Curry had two distinct facets to his career, as a stand up comic who addresses adult themes and as a children's favorite on television. And now he adds another facet as the host of the variety show Foxxhole Live!”
Being the brother of the established entertainer, Chris Rock, Tony was able to successfully elude the shadows of his older sibling and step into his own limelight. When in New York, he's a regular at the famous "Comic Strip", "Caroline's" and "Stand-Up New York". When in Los Angeles, he's performed at "The Improv", "The Comedy Store", "The Comedy Union", and he hosts Chocolate Sundays at "The Laugh Factory" in Hollywood. In 2002, Tony hosted Comedy Central's successful "BattleBots" (2000); in 2003, Tony hosted Oxygen's "Can You Tell?" (2003). In June 2003, Tony landed the Jada Pinkett Smith/Will Smith pilot for UPN "All of Us" (2003-2007). In June 2004, Tony was featured in Will's movie, Hitch (2005). Tony found comfort on the big screen; playing roles in movies such as Three Can Play That Game, alongside Vivica A. Fox, and Life Support, with Queen Latifah. Tony stepped into the role of executive producer on projects such as The Funny Spot (2008) and The Tony Rock Project (2008), both of which he also hosts. His "Comedy Central Presents" special that was filmed in November 2009 debuted February 19th, 2010, and Tony continues to tour comedy clubs and arenas around the country.