Whether it’s working as a staff writer on such hit shows as FOX’s MAD TV, Comedy Central’s TRIGGER HAPPY TV, CON, and ALMOST LIVE! Or performing stand up around the country, Brooks McBeth is one of those comedians who seem to find the line of decency and then stomps all over it. Originally from Seattle Washington, Brooks has an edgy but yet still endearing style of comedy that has made him a favorite at every comedy club he performs in. Brooks continues to appear regularly in national television commercials and voice-overs, but it is on stage by himself where he is truly in his element. Besides being Comedian Joel McHale’s full time opener (The Soup & NBC’s Community), Brooks has also performed with such greats as Frank Caliendo, Drew Carey, Harland Williams, Doug Benson and Jack Black to name a few.
Born and raised on the south side of a small town called Chicago, Bethany Dwyer has had an itch for performing since she could spit up. She has studied acting and improv at Columbia College, The Groundlings, Annoyance Theater, and Carolyn Barry to name a few.
On stage, Bethany worked with independent film pioneer Henry Jaglom. Bethany acted in his play, “Always, But Not Forever” along with a cast that included Noah Wyle and Judd Nelson. She has also worked with other esteemed actors like Eric Roberts and Karen Black. Bethany is not only a stand-up comic but is also a writer, artist, musician, photographer and actor. She currently hosts the cutting edge comedy critique show “Trailer Trash”.
Bethany's TV credits include "The Fred Show," "The Office" and "Disaster Date," on which she is also a writer. On screen, she can be seen in the upcoming Paramount film "Destination Wedding." Bethany’s observational and sweetly twisted sense of humor are capturing audiences across the nation.