BRAD WOLLACK Currently a Co-Executive Producer/writer – and regular roundtable guest – on E! Entertainment’s hit late night series, “Chelsea Lately”, Wollack has...Expand
Currently a Co-Executive Producer/writer – and regular roundtable guest – on E! Entertainment’s hit late night series, “Chelsea Lately”, Wollack has also appeared as a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”, as well as in a number of national commercials where he was seen happily pitching products for companies he’s even at odds with politically. He is also a regular co-host on “After Party Live” -- E!’s live post-award show coverage. Additionally, Wollack is also the Co-Executive Producer, co-creator, and a co-star of the E! comedy series “After Lately” – a semi-scripted show about the lives of “Chelsea Lately” staffers – and he’s co-thrilled about it.
As a stand-up comedian, Wollack tours nationally with the ‘Comedians of Chelsea Lately’ and opens for the likes of Chelsea Handler and Kevin Nealon. As a contributing author to the #1 New York Times Bestseller, ‘Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me’, Wollack has hit the road with Handler in 2011 as part of the 20+ city stand-up tour promoting the book’s release. In addition to theaters nationwide, he regularly plays comedy clubs across theU.S.including the Hollywood Improv, the Laugh Factory, the Punch Line inSan FranciscoandSacramento, and at Caroline’s, The Comic Strip and Gotham Comedy Club inNew York.
Over the past several years, Wollack served as the head writer and Supervising Producer for the Fox Sports Net’s comedy-sports talk show pilot, “Regular Joes”, and was a writer-producer for the popular E! comedy series, “The Chelsea Handler Show”, as well as the Simon Cowell/A. Smith & Co./FOX collaboration, “Celebrity Duets”.
Jen Kirkman is a stand-up comedian, television writer and actress. She is a writer and roundtable regular on The E! Network’s “Chelsea Lately.” Jen has also written for the NBC sitcom “Perfect Couples” and Disney’s hit cartoon, “Phineas and Ferb.”
Jen also was the narrator of HBO’s “Drunk History” which received the Jury Prize for “Best Short Film” at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010. Jen’s newest comedy album “Hail to the Freaks” debuted at #13 on the Billboard charts for best-selling comedy album. It’s available on iTunes. Jen released her first comedy album titled “Selp Help” in 2006. You can purchase “Self Help” on iTunes or buy a hard copy here: http://www.astrecords.com
Jen has performed stand-up on: Conan, John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, Late Friday on NBC, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, The BBC UK’s “The World Stands Up. She was also a cast member of Vh1’s sketch show - “Acceptable TV”. She played many characters on the Cartoon Network’s “Home Movies” as well as Current TV’s political cartoon “Super News!” She appears regularly inL.A.at The Hollywood Improv, The Laugh Factory, Largo & The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre as well as headlines all over the country. Jen has her essays published in “Rejected: Tales of the Failed, Dumped & Canceled” as well as “Bad Sex - We Did It So You Don’t Have To.”
Jen can be heard as herself, nicknamed “Southie” on the monthly podcast available through iTunes, “The Pod F. Tompkast.” In 2009 Entertainment Weekly named Jen “One of the Top 12 Rising Stars in Comedy.” In May of 2010 both MSN and The Huffington Post named Jen one of the top comedians to follow on Twitter.
Josh Wolf started doing comedy inSeattle12 years ago. After moving toLos Angeles, his unique, honest and high energy style of storytelling made him an instant favorite at The Impov, The Laugh Factory and The World Famous Comedy Store. He also caught the eye of network TV. After doing his first one man show at the HBO Workspace, Josh landed a two year talent deal at 20th Century Fox and ABC for his own television show. Although his show never made the air, Josh learned a lot from watching people develop and write scripts. He learned so much that he decided to write one himself and he sold it to NBC. It was titled “Fairly Normal” and it, too, was to have Josh in the starring role. Being bit by the writing bug, Josh wrote on sitcoms for the next four years working on shows like “Yes, Dear”, Will Smith’s “All of Us” and “Cuts” starring Shannon Elizabeth.
As he was wondering whether to go back for another season of writing, Josh decided he was tired of making other people funny and he jumped back into stand-up. He immediately got cast in Last Comic Standing and was on the season finale as one of the Last Comics Downloaded. Since then he has had acting roles on “All of Us”, he has a recurring role on “My Name is Earl” and he has done several hosting gigs for E! entertainment. He was a series regular on the Spike pilot, “Miss Pole Star,” and is recurring on the new Fox sitcom “Raising Hope.”
He’s currently a regular round table guest and writer on the hit E! series "Chelsea Lately," as well as a performer on the new E! series "After Lately." He is currently on the road with the "Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me" stand-up tour and regularly tours with "The Comedians of Chelsea Lately."Josh is also co-writing a feature for Sony and Happy Madison and hosts "The College Experiment," a comedic weekly online college football show for Fox Sports.
In May 2011, Josh sold his first book to Grand Central, the publishing house behind the books for comedians Chelsea Handler, Tina Fey and Ellen Degeneres. Josh Wolf is truly one of the most well rounded entertainers in the business and a show you just can’t afford to miss.
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