Rosie Tran is one of the fastest rising young stars in the entertainment business! Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, she moved to Hollywood to pursue her career as a professional entertainer. The stand up comedian, writer, and actress has toured internationally, at comedy clubs, colleges, and overseas for the USO in Europe and the Middle East.
Rosie has been a featured performer at the Boston International Comedy and Movie Festival, the Seattle International Comedy Competition, and Funnyfest in Canada, to name a few. She was a Los Angeles area finalist on season six of the hit NBC series, “Last Comic Standing.” She has studied with the top mentors in the country, from the late Paul Sills, founder of the original Second City in Chicago to Gary Austin, father of the Groundlings School in Los Angeles. In 2009, She received an M.A. from California State University in Television and Film.
As a writer, she has been featured in half a dozen comedy joke books, including, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Jokes” and “The Comedy Thesaurus.” Rosie has been featured on Style Network, E!, ABC, Lifetime TV, SiTV, TLC, National Lampoon, the Playboy Channel and countless other channels, recently finishing the pilot, “P-Lo’s House” with Golden Globe nominated actor, Tom Sizemore.
Andrew has quickly developed quite a following locally in the L.A. area in 2010 and 2011, with 2012 looking even better. Originally from the Cleveland, OH area, Andrew grew up in Southern California and still lives there. He is loving the stand up scene and is looking to expand his horizons to comedy clubs across the country as well as tv, movies and radio too! Andrew graduated from Bishop Amat High School and in college he studied Communications as well as Admin of Justice. He has performed several times at the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club at Universal City Walk where he has become a favorite performer. He has also appeared at the world famous Comedy Store in Hollywood & La Jolla, as well as Liam's Irish Comedy Pub in Colton, CA, and the Ontario & Brea Improvs!! He recently made his debut at the world famous Icehouse in Pasadena on Jan. 18, 2012 & Irvine Improv March 6! He has worked with Jeff Garcia, and has opened for the likes of Ace Guillen, Paul 'Smokey' Deese, Bruce Jingles, Steve Trevino, Ian Bagg, The Greg Wilson, Orlando Bishop, Theo Von, Laurie Kilmartin, Brandon T. Jackson from the movie "Tropic Thunder", Sam Tripoli, Patrick Leborio, Carlos Alazraqui from Reno 911!, and Kenny Kane! He has also worked with Jaylyn Bishop, Big Mike Mitchell, Brian Monarch, as well as Melissa Villasenor from America's Got Talent. 2012 is looking great so far for this funny man, with him making his debut in Las Vegas on Fri. Mar. 16, for one night only!! You don't wanna miss his takes on relationships, being a dad, traveling, sports, and sooo much more!!