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Southern Momma aka Darren Knight

Named one of Variety magazine’s 10 Comics to Watch

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Darren Knight, aka Southern Momma from Munford, Alabama, is the fastest rising comedian in American history. In just a few short months, he has cultivated a massive online presence, accumulating over a half a billion views across multiple social media platforms. Darren takes his persona to the stage, selling out theatres and casinos nationwide. He’s been compared to Jeff Foxworthy, as the next star of redneck comedy.

Terrell D. Marrow

Terrell D Marrow Stand-up ComedianTerrell D Marrow discovered his stand-up abilities in October 2009. Working the hundreds of opportunities to perform for 5-10 minutes on comedy nights in Atlanta has given him a quirky urban comedy flare. More like a tommy gun of laughs for his audience. Club owners that see him for the first time are talking about him in their inner circles.Terrell D Marrow

Marrow first performed on the Comedy House stage while Marcus Combs was Headlining and requested he perform a Guest set. It is a rare occasion that this is done but Terrell did not disappoint the club management nor the audience. The video below is a short snippet of his killer set. Don’t miss his performance coming up in the Comedy House Showroom main stage.

Keith McCary aka Cuz’n Pete

Keith McCary aka Cuzn PeteKeith ( Special ‘K’ ) McCary Sr. is best known as Cuz’n Pete from the movie Poetic Justice with Janet Jackson, Maya Angelou and the late Tupac Shakur.

Now, Cuz’n Pete reigns as America’s Favorite Relative! His role as Cuz’n Pete allowed Keith the opportunity to display his citing versatility in contrast to his role as Willie Red in the feature film Rush.

Keith McCary is a hilarious comedian appealing to audiences of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. Club Appearances include…Comedy Store, Improv, Punchline, Comedy Zone, Coconuts, Zanies, Funny Bone and now his new home stage the Comedy House in Columbia SC.

Poetic Justice DVD CoverMOTION PICTURES
Truly Everlasting Five Alive Pictures ( Nov, 2011 ) Milton Madaris
Poetic Justice New Deal / Columbia Pictures Cousin Pete
Rush MGM / Zanuck Productions Willie Red
China Moon Orion Pictures Big Money Bunny

TELEVISION
A Tribute to Flip Wilson Showcase Headliner
Russell Simmons’s Def Comedy Jam Feature
A&E’s Evening at the Improv Special Guest
Showtime / Comedy Central Feature
TNN’s Crook & Chase Special Feature
B.E.T. / VH-One / MTV Feature

THEATRICAL STAGE
Good Times Gospel Revival! National Tour Reverend Cuz’n Pete
A Raisin in the Sun Martin Theatre / Panama City Walter Lee
A Good Man is Hard to Find National Tour Stan
Ain’t No Woman Like/I Got National Tour Stan
The Creators David Chiodo/ New York Rep Roderick Speed
Tambourines to Glory Karamu House / Cleveland, Oh Deacon Crow For Day
The Book of Life National Tour Willie West & CJ
I Just Wanna Be Right National Tour Woodrow
Rise Again Springhill MBC / GSV, FLA Pastor Jackson

In Concert with…Lee Williams, Patti Labelle, Williams Brothers, Luther Vandross, Isley Brothers & More!

Terrence Moore aka T-Mo

T Mo at UptownT-Mo has already established himself as a fixture on the local/national comedy circuit. Born and raised in Atlanta Georgia, T-Mo’s career began in Atlanta, where he quickly made a name for himself at the Uptown Comedy Corner.

Within just two years of his stand-up debut, he was featuring at clubs throughout the Southeast, and T-Mo now performs at clubs, colleges, and casinos across the country.

T-Mo’s distinctive perspective on American life and politics combines with a laid-back, friendly delivery to create a wickedly clever and wildly funny act. His eye for the absurdities of modern politics and his unique writing style leave crowds in stitches. Audience members have called him “hilarious” and “hysterically funny”, while bookers have labeled T-Mo a “rising star”. Intelligent yet silly, T-Mo act is a hit in the North and the South, for crowds of all backgrounds and tastes. He still lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

Club Work:
Funny Bone, Columbus, OH, Shreveport, LA, Richmond, VA and more
Improv, Orlando, FL, Atlanta, GA,
Uptown Comedy Corner Atlanta, GA
and now The Comedy House, Columbia, SC

Jonathan Martin

Jonathan Martin Jonathan Martin is one of the most sought after comedians today. He is considered one of the great comics of his generation. You can see him across the world on top TV shows, DVD’s and the biggest stages in comedy.

Jonathan Martin was born and raised in New Jersey. While many kids his age were known as “class clown” his classmates knew him as a comedic trailblazer. Just barely into his senior year of high school, he was the only African American to attend Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey Circus Clown College.

While performing and writing sketches for Ringling Bros., the great Universal Soul Circus recruited Jonathan away to join the largest specific-market circus in the world. With such broad knowledge of humor, he began to pursue the standup comedy circuit and explored entertainment television.

Jonathan Martin was featured on MTV s’ with his on point impersonation of Busta Rymes, starred in national commercial campaigns for the GAP clothing company and made his acting debut on the Dave Chappelle Show. He now performs at top comedy clubs and theaters around the world. Jonathan has toured the world with his comedy including the USA, Europe, South America, and Africa. He has also appeared on BET’s “One Mic Stand”.

His writing, slapstick, improvisation and sketch talents make him a favorite among club owners and casting directors alike. Audiences love his quick wit and his ability to respond to any situation. Hecklers experience this talent firsthand. Jonathan has also written for many projects and people such as Tracy Morgan.

He is famous throughout urban communities as the king of snapping: instantaneous verbal jabbing. His snapping talents can be seen on his latest DVD: Street Snaps, produced by FUBU FILMS and released by Image Entertainment. One of the highlights shows him easily winning a snapping contest over hundreds of New Yorkers.