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Born in New Orleans and raised in the Oakland, San Francisco Bay Area, Daniel Dugar is one of the funniest up and coming comics in the country. He’s like a breath of fresh air! He has opened up for such acts like D.L. Hughley, Damon Wayans, Cedric the Entertainer, “The Kings of Comedy” Tour and many musical acts from Patti LaBelle to Earth, Wind and Fire. Dugar plays comedy clubs and colleges across the country as well as appearing on HBO, BET Comic View, Showtime at the Apollo and the Montreal Comedy Festival. Dugar delivers hard-hitting comedy that is right on the money. He is a fixture of the hip-hop comedy scene and regularly works all over the country. His humorous observation on his personal life and current events along with his quick wit makes Dugar a talent that you are sure to hear about and love.
Andre Covington is an actor and writer, known for Clean Up Men (2005), Sister, Sister (1994) and BET's Comicview (1992).
In the exciting but highly unpredictable world of entertainment, perseverance is often as important as talent, and for talented comedian Dannon Green, that perseverance has earned him a number of roles in television films and commercials. Dannon Green has skyrocketed to fame and picked up the nickname “The Black George Carlin” because his comedy style is based on topical premises just like the late great George Carlin. Dannon has appeared on number of television shows: “The Shield”, “Everybody Hates Chris”, starring Chris Rock as well a co-starred on the hit show “Real Husbands of Hollywood”, starring Kevin Hart. He also has appeared in a number of films that include “Baby Boy”, “Supreme Sanction”, “Civilian Life”, and the award-winning short film “Duck." Besides being a well-known actor, standup comedy is what he is mostly known for. He has appeared on BET “Comic View”, Kevin Harts “One Mic Stand”, “comics Unleashed” starring Byron Allen and performed on the hit series “First Amendment” Executive produced by Martin Lawrence and Doug Williams. He can also be seen currently in a number of national television commercials ranging from McDonalds, Toyota, La-Quinta and Ally Bank.
Although the city of Chicago has shaped the man that is Rodney Perry, he found his early comedy stride while living in Monroe, Louisiana. In the halls of Carroll High School he often found himself acting as the host of talent shows and even emceeing basketball games. As he graduated from high school, Rodney was also given the news that his first daughter was on the way and he joined the U. S. Navy. During his eight years of service, Rodney was honing his skills as a comedian. As his second tour began to wind down, Perry felt it was time to take what he calls a "Leap of Faith". He exited the Navy with his then small family and moved to Hollywood. Well, actually Inglewood. Immediately, the harsh realism's of life outside of the military were staring Rodney in the face. He did tons of odd jobs to make the ends meet. He looked up and it was two years later and he still wasn't living the dream that he had in mind when he relocated to Los Angeles. All that changed during a temporary assignment at the Veterans Administration. During his week at the VA Rodney befriended an amputee. One day he asked Perry; "Why aren't you doing what you were set on this earth to do?" That was the wake-up call he needed. Rodney began doing any and everything in the world of comedy. He was an audience warm-up, a radio personality, a writer, and mostly a full-fledged Professional Stand-Up Comedian. Rodney Perry has had the opportunity to learn the business of Comedy from some of the best. His first job in Hollywood was serving as writer/warm-up guy for Kym Whitley's show "Oh Drama" on BET. Doors continued to open for Rodney as he got opportunities to serve as the opening act for the likes of George Lopez, Cedric the Entertainer and Steve Harvey. Perry calls Atlanta home when he's not traveling the country to sold-out audiences or hosting his highly popular online radio show, Rodney Perry Live. His career has opened up many doors for him, from his work as co-host of "Who's Got Jokes" or BET's "Mo'Nique Show", to his starring role as Harold in "Tyler Perry's Madea's Big Happy Family". Even though Perry is a sought out Actor/Host, he still remains a comedian at heart. He is preparing for his 'made for TV' comedy special entitled "No More Mr. Nice Guy" and can also be seen as the Host of Bounce TV's "Off the Chain"!