Dillon Garcia was born into a one-parent household in Whittier, California where he was inspired by superb comics to initiate and develop his own comedy career. Dillon started his professional comedy career at age 16 when he was offered an opportunity by Richard Villa to take the stage, and dish out laughs, using his microphone and his wits.
Dillon's successful stand-up routines have brought him to open for many renowned comics including, but not limited to, Nick Swardson, Dave Chappelle and Gabriel Iglesias (his comedic idol). Dillon has also performed throughout the country and has been credited by American Latino Television, Google TV and MTV. Dillon was the youngest comedian to appear on Comedy Central when he was featured on "Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand-Up Revolution” series in 2011.
Despite Dillon's early accomplishments, he realizes and accepts that he has much more to learn. As he molds his comedic style and polishes his gift of improvisation, Dillon's material is supported by life lessons with a satirical and sarcastic twist. However most of his material is primarily based on throwing himself in the spotlight and poking fun at himself. Dillon is currently performing at comedy clubs across the country.
Johnny Roque grew up in a house where his parents were both Pastors that were once gang members. He found a sense of humor when he was a child because growing up as the "fat kid" leaves only two options; laugh or cry and once all the water is gone from your body you can only laugh. In college he started doing stand-up at coffee houses and whatever bar would accept the lie that he was 21. After years of working on his craft at comedy clubs, bars, coffee house, he is now a working comedian. He also wrote on the Gabriel Iglesias YouTube show "Damn TV" and comedy centrals upcoming animated show "Trip Tank." Currently in his mid 20s he is being known as an up and comming comedian to keep an eye on.