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Jon Allen: Jon is really an old man who lives in the sea, but no one will ever catch him OR his magical lucky charms.
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An accomplished actor and comedian, Jon brings an energy to the stage matched only by hobos fighting over a piece of meat. Originally from San Diego, his first noted gig would come from the launching of his voice over career via a guest spot on the popular animated series "Dragonball Z." More recently he has been seen both on the television series "The Ex-List" on CBS, "My Profile Story" on Comedy Central’s Atom TV, award winning movies like Donut Shop Hero and Save Ron Jr., and is the voice of the main character Jarvis in "PAIN," the most purchased title on the Playstation 3 gaming system. A master impressionist, no celebrity is safe as Jon takes on everyone in his act using the same skills he's honed through years of being a voice actor to delight audiences with spot on vocal likenesses, ensuring a fun night out regardless of one's age. In the rare occurrences that he's not brushing his hair or watching wrestling, he does play-by-play for the AWA, and studies with the world renowned Groundlings school of Improvisation out of LA, at times incorporating improv into his stand up act for a more interactive show.
Michael Delvey: One of the things you can call Michael Delvey is a true Cali Kid. Born in California's capital Sacramento, but raised in California's best city San Diego. When he was 14 he watched Comedy Central for the first time, he knew that he couldn’t keep comedic talents just for the internet nerds on message boards. Ever since then he wanted to be a comedian. He did his first open mic at Lestat's Coffee Shop and now is one of San Diego's premier comics. For almost two years he has taken the comedy world by storm. Performing with national headliners like Erick Knowles, Chris Clobber, Dat Phan, Kurt Swan. Right now he currently a writer and vloger for Disciplined Monkey Studios.