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Has been seen on Comedy Centrals “Michael and Michael Have Issues”
Has a half hour special on Sirius/ XM radio.
Has been featured in the New York Times and Daily News.
Has an indi film due out in the summer called “Night Bird” Directed by Damian Chapa
Performs at The Borgata in Atlantic City, Mohegan Sun, Foxwoods Casino and Catch a Rising Star
Originally from Philadelphia, Dave began stand-up comedy as a challenge amongst friends. Always known to be a gravitating force in social settings, he and 7 of his friends decided to put their entertaining skills to test. They were to meet at a local open-mic. However, only one of his buddies showed and as the saying goes “the rest is history.”
Dave brings an unadulterated view on life and his immediate surroundings with a poignancy that is unparalleled and leaves every single audience in stitches.
A former MetLife insurance salesman, Citizens Bank Banker, and IT Software/Hardware Salesman, Dave has left promising careers to pursue his dreams on highways, rental cars, and motel rooms. To Dave, Comedy is just sales with pictures at closing instead of paperwork.
hired by Emmy Award winning writer (Monk) Andy Breckman as a Police Consultant for his new murder mystery show for ABC.
Mark is a native New Yorker and has the accent to prove it. As Mark tells it, “I wanted to do Shakespeare, but I have this heavy New York accent, so I went to a speech therapist, a good one, she was a big shot, she worked with Meryl Streep, after two lessons she gave me my money back, she said couldn’t help me because I wasn’t practicing enough. I said I am practicing at home,
but I can’t practice at work because I’m a NYC COP. I can’t yell, Thou art under arrest, at the bad guys, they’d laugh at me and walk away.
When not performing his stand-up comedy act or touring with his solo show 20 & Out, Mark writes an article entitled “Back in the Day” and produces a web- series “Off the Cuff” for the online publication
Mark has also been featured on Gotham Comedy Live for AX’s.TV, Showtime’s WhiteBoyz in Da Hood, and on MTV and VH1.He’s the formally homeless, drug dealing son of a roadie mother & police officer stepfather that has the ability to find humor in both the dark & light sides of his life. He has been married, divorced, wealthy, poor, physically fit, morbidly obese, well off, homeless, sober, drunk, arrested and released so he’s lived almost every aspect of life that doesn’t require incarceration. After realizing he didn’t look good in cardigans and couldn’t play a tiny string instrument, he decided to do comedy the old fashioned way: Be honest and let the audience into his life so they can laugh at his pain right along with him.
He can be heard on Sirius XM Fight Club on Channel Rush93 and The Bob Levy Show every week.
He’s got a knack for spinning facts and stats into fast-paced, stream-of-consciousness-style humor that doesn’t just inspire ebullient mirth but also hits home some rather startling truths about humanity. (Don’t believe me? Come watch him. No but really. Get off the couch.)
When asked, Marks describes himself as vapid, soulless, empty, and paranoid. But this serially self-deprecating Rolling Stone-approved “comedian” who, according to Time Out New York, may be “appearing at several clubs this week,” is a true charmer with enough energy to make any audience member sufficiently nauseous — or maybe that’s just his outfit (we’re not quite sure).
Marks has made dashing appearance on CBS’s “The King of Queens,” HBO’s “Comedy in the Park” and as a guest sports caster advocating animal rights on Fox and Friends (political opinions, his own).
In addition to touring nationally and overseas — memorable locations included but not limited to Vegas, Atlantic City, Paris, Venezuela, Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, and Amsterdam (hell yes) — Mr. Marks has graced the films “Kiss Me Again” and “Manhattan Comedy Nights” with his remarkably tall stature and unforgettably enormous hands.
I mean, really, what’s not to love?
In 2014, she was featured on AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live where her stand up was hailed as “a fresh and welcome perspective” and Gladys magazine went on to describe her saying “Few women talk about motherhood, aging and fear of their own narcissism quite like Ms. Kyle Ocasio. My stomach hurt from laughter.”
She was the subject of the popular web series Women Working where her life as a comic and mother were chronicled. As an actor, she played a woman on a date from hell in the critically acclaimed comedy web series “Get Some” on Kollide TV.
Her jokes have been featured in Time Out New York, AM New York Newspaper, Fine Living, and Gladys Magazine.
She has been a guest on numerous podcasts, most notably a regular on the hilarious duo Epstein and Hassan’s “The Black & The Jew”. Her comedy is thoughtful, observational, and extremely autobiographical. No matter where her mind takes the audience they will always end up laughing and thinking.
She can be seen doing her stand up in most major clubs in New York City and regularly performs around the country. She currently lives in New York with her husband and three kids but if you have a better offer let her know.