Stacey Adams: Stacey is gaining writing experience through her love of comedy, constantly looking to make others laugh through her articles or crazy antics. Connect with her @Rene_Stacey!
Samhita Ayyagari: Samhita, fondly known as Sammy, is an Indian student working on her MFA in New York City. She thinks she’s funny but no one can really attest to those feelings. Sammy claims the only reason people like her is because she bribes them with delicious food. She sounds like a nice person, doesn’t she? Follow Sammy on Twitter @SammyAyyagari.
Amy Hawthorne: Amy Hawthorne is an LA-based stand-up and writer, as well as the founder of ComedyGroupie.com. She is convinced that the food industry is being unduly influenced by Big Avocado. Follow her on Twitter @ComedyGroupie.
Courtney Jolander: Courtney is a college graduate living at her parents house. The two things that keep her sane in this weird phase of life is Will Ferrell and a cold Guinness. Follow her on every social network (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.). I don’t know why, just do it.
Robert Kingett: Robert is AmericasComedy.Com’s Chief Gay Blind Writer Correspondent and is in charge of all the other gay blind writers at this website. Check him out at www.robertkingett.com.
Andrew Lisa: Andrew Lisa is the host of “Nice Set with Andrew Lisa.” He is a stand-up comedian and writer living in Los Angeles. Originally from the East Coast, he has performed at virtually every major club in and around New York City, and was one of the youngest syndicated columnists at the largest newspaper syndicate in the country. He’s currently a finalist in the Funniest Comic in L.A. contest, as well as a regular at the Garrett Morris All-Star Show at the Downtown Comedy Club. Follow him on Twitter @AndrewScottLisa.
Nate Rankin: Nate Rankin writes comedy reviews and fiction because no one taught him any better. His fiction has been featured by Workers Writes, the NewerYork! and Used Gravitrons under the nomme de plum Nathaniel Heely. You can find him on the Tweety Box here.
Mike Sgroi: Mike Sgroi is a comedian, writer, and filmmaker from the New York City/New Jersey area. He is also a hip hop music producer and a great American. Follow him on Twitter @MikeSgroi21.
Darren Staley: Darren Staley is the host of Atari-winning podcast Dylan Brody’s Neighbor’s Couch, based out of North Carolina or Los Angeles. He is known in comedy circles as “Who?” or “Oh, That Guy.” Darren’s two biggest fears are spiders and Paul Provenza.
Alex Schildgen: Alex uses the F-word profusely.
Jillian Trevisanut: My name is Jillian Trevisanut and I love working as a staff writer for AmericasComedy.Com. While some of my pleasures consist of dance films, Baja Blasts from Taco Bell, and giant bows, I don’t think anything could compare to my adoration for writing. In the near future if I haven’t popped out 17 babies with Andy Samberg, I dream of being a part of Entertainment Weekly, writing young adult fiction books and dancing on Broadway.
Justin Trudell: I consider myself one of the funniest guys in the welfare office. All the other deadbeat dads tend to agree. Long live the Sports Guy.
Daniel Wilson: Daniel Wilson is an aspiring journalist who hopes to one day write for a video gaming/electronics and/or entertainment publication. He’s been a writer all his life and a fan of comedy even longer. As a part of the legendary team that works behind the scenes at AmericasComedy.Com he strives to keep the site running better than Katt Williams when he’s evading the cops on a motorized scooter. Websites: www.danieljwilson.wordpress.com and www.saccitygamer.wordpress.com
Dave Wright: Dave Wright is a reviewer for AmericasComedy.Com. He has been performing stand-up comedy and hosting shows for four years and now enjoys writing about the art of comedy. He suffers from a day job – EMT. If you need your show/act/webcast/podcast/Y
Junior Bruce and Leo Zuniga: Junior and Leo are two comedians living in Sacramento. They found out how to make a podcast and put it on the Internet – probably by watching videos on YouTube. These are their stories.