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HEADLINER COREY ALEXANDER’S ascent through the comedy world is a testament to his hard work and dedication over many years. Raised in Philadelphia, Corey has taken his act countrywide to a multitude of clubs including Carolines, Comix, Gotham, Jimbo’s Comedy Works (Montreal), Funny Bone, Catch a Rising Star, Comedy Zone, Comedy Works (US), and many more.
Corey was asked to perform as part of Comix’s “Best of New Talent”, was the winner of Comedy Cabaret’s NJ Laugh-off, and recently performed at the famed Palace Theater for 1000 people. He is recognized by his complaints of not being married (you read that correctly) and his ability to interact with the audience.
He’s been featured on MiND TV (Stand-up special), Fox Good Morning, and CBS Sports Zone. Also, Corey has been a guest on morning shows WMMR, WBUS, WIP, WZZO, and Cool 100.Corey has also won four other stand-up contests throughout three different states. He has been featured in numerous publications, podcasts, and local TV broadcasts.
Corey has performed at colleges, social clubs, country clubs, and large corporate shows. Corey is currently writing several film and TV pilots (3 Heads Productions; Wallach Media; 3 Point Production Group), and just starred in second movie “Bad Dad”, a movie which premieres in 2014. Keep an eye out for him!
HEADLINER MIKE CONLEY has been performing throughout the Midwest since 1990. Along with his stand up appearances, Mike has also had two stints as a radio personality for stations in the Akron and Canton (OH) markets. From May of 1998 through the end of 1999, Mike was the voice of “Dr. Job Crevice” on 97.5 WONE FM in Akron. From February 2002 through August of 2005, Mike was the known throughout the Canton radio market as “Dr. Damien Love” on “Q92 radio”, 92.5 WZKL FM in Alliance. He is a semi-regular visitor on the 100.1 WNIR FM morning show, in Akron.
He has performed in benefit shows for The American Cancer Society, The Northeast Ohio Adoption Services, and many others. He ‘s highly regarded as a great night of entertainment by many fraternal organizations as well, such as the Elks, Eagles, and Moose.
Mike has also hosted many, many private retirement roasts, birthday, and anniversary parties for groups of 15 to 500. He takes great pride in being able to perform a show suited and geared for any audience, at any venue. His material covers the day-to-day occurrences we all experience, but don’t often share with each other. His slant on family life, vacations, growing older, and being a single male never fail to keep his audiences laughing and wanting more.