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Description: Sit back and enjoy some of the best comedic talent in LA that runs late into the night.
Michael Kosta: Michael Kosta is a former professional tennis player turned comedian turned lovemaker.
Kosta regularly appears on The Tonight Show, and this year he performed in his first stand-up special, Comedy Central Presents: Michael Kosta. Michael was also chosen to host the backstage live show for the 63rd Annual Emmy Awards. He also made his Conan debut in the fall of 2011.
You may also recognize Michael’s sarcastic banter from his appearances on Chelsea Lately on the E! Channel, TruTV’s Smoking Gun Presents, Yahoo!’s OMG411, and Showtime’s Live Nude Comedy. He has also hosted pilots for MTV, NBC, and Comedy Central.
Kosta has performed at the HBO Comedy Festival in Aspen as well as the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal; at the latter, he was invited to perform at a Gala where he (somehow) followed Pamela Anderson.
Not just a pretty face, Michael can also be heard on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show and on The Playboy Comedy Channel on XM/ Sirius Satellite radio. For two seasons Michael hosted CCHA All Access on the Fox Sports Network, where he won a Michigan Emmy as a performer/host.
Michael lives in Los Angeles where he hopes to soon become famous and forget all the little people. You should sleep with him.
joselyn hughes: Joselyn Hughes is a stand up comedian, writer and actor. She’s performed at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, F*ck Yeah Fest, the DC Comedy Festival, The Hysterical Festival, and clubs and colleges all over the country. Her writing has appeared on sites such as Comedy Central, the CC Insider, 236.com (Huffington Post), Lemondrop, and the Chzburger Network. She was a nominee for the ECNY’s “Emerging Comic” award in 2008, and has been featured in the New York Post, Comedy Smack, and Atom.com. She has appeared multiple times on VH1, Comedy Central, and various commercials.
She trained at The Second City Chicago, The Annoyance Theater in Chicago and the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in NYC. In 2005, she co-founded the all female stand up group “Spitfire,” and still produces shows with them in Chicago, NY and LA. Her sketch comedy group “Macho” has performed at the P.I.T. and UCB Theaters in New York City.
She currently lives in Los Angeles, where she works for the Comedy Central show “Tosh.0” and can be seen performing all over the city. To find out where you can see her, check out her schedule and be sure to follow her on twitter. Have a super duper nice day!