Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
21 & over
Two items minimum per person
Tony Baker: Tony Baker is making a lot of noise on the Hollywood Comedy Scene. In a short time he has made his presence felt at all the major comedy clubs in the LA area. He hails from Chicago and honed his stage presence while living and going to college in New Mexico. The married father of 2 balances family, acting & comedy well. He is the winner of the Uncle Clyde's Comedy Competition at the Ice House, A semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Festival, and winner of L.A.'s Funniest Comic. He has done short films, dramas, horror movies and comedies. He has also been featured in as well as co-written numerous comedy sketches. He is a regular at The Comedy Store on the sunset strip as well as The Comedy Union. He has done numerous shows at The Laugh Factory in Hollywood & Long Beach, The Ice House & The Improv Comedy clubs in Hollywood,Ontario,Brea & Irvine. Tony Baker's comedy style is very observational and relatable and very animated. Get to know Tony Baker before everyone else does.
Tom McClain: Comedian Tom McClain is probably best known as the larger than
life, hard hitting funnyman out of Los Angeles. He’s most often recognized for his many
appearances on “The Dr. Phil Show”, “Fox Sports”, and the Emmy Award winning talk
show “The Doctors”. He has also appeared on “Criminal Minds”, “CSI: New York”,
“Without a trace”, the short lived “Viva Laughlin”, and dozens of television commercials.
Tom draws from his many rich life experiences to relate to his
audiences. Whether he is discussing growing up in one of Sacramento’s
roughest neighborhoods or fulfilling his 4 year military commitment,
audiences get a clear image of where Tom came from. He has a unique
ability to share the most intimate details of his current marriage and
his past relationships. Often described as “Everyone’s Favorite
Drinking Buddy”, Tom has an uncanny ability to draw out the fun loving,
often immature adult in all of us.
His stand-up has been featured on several television programs like “The Dr. Phil Show”,
“Man-up Stand-up”, and “West Coast Comedy All-Stars”. In Pasadena, Tom was chosen
to perform as a part of the Ice House Comedy Club’s 50th Anniversary "Week of 100
stars" Celebration. A known sports enthusiast Tom has found many ways to tie his work
into his passion. He has performed in front of over 17,000 rabid Kings Fans as a part of an
NBA Pre-game show at Sacramento’s Arco Arena, emceed a number of NFL Celebrity Golf
Tournaments, and appeared on many sports TV and radio talk shows showing 100%
favoritism. His comedy career has become more of a success as he has learned to
accept that he will not likely be the next quarterback of the 49ers.