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Friday, January 22 • 10:30pm - 11:45pm
Presidential Debate: The Write-In Candidates with James Adomian, Matt Besser, Paul Gilmartin, Mary Houlihan, Brian Huskey and Dan Van Kirk, moderated by Tom Shillue from Fox News Channel's 'Red Eye'

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Get political with the Presidential Candidates the rest of the country doesn't want you to meet... the Write-In Candidates! Tom Shillue, host of Fox News Channel's "Red Eye," moderates this lively debate between some of comedy's best character improvisers, including James Adomian, Matt Besser, Paul Gilmartin, Mary Houlihan, Brian Huskey and Dan Van Kirk. $25 All Ages

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Brian Huskey

Brian Huskey: Huskey is an actor and writer who can be seen as Chet the creepy paramedic on Adult Swim's Childrens Hospital, Leon West on HBO's Veep, and a doctor or some form of academic in everything else. Breaking this trend, Huskey is the lead/co-writer of Matt Walsh's improvised indie "A Better You" (Release date TBD) and can also be seen Seth Rogen's clueless boss in the May 2014 release of "Neighbors" from Universal.
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Dan Van Kirk

Daniel Van Kirk grew up in Rochelle, IL and lived in Chicago for years as he started his career as an actor and comedian at the famed The Second City Theatre. | | Since moving to Los Angeles, Daniel has become part of both the stand-up and improv/sketch communities, working with the UCB Theatre, The Nerdist Channel, College Humor, and the comedy podcast network, Earwolf.com. Every week, Daniel can be heard co-hosting the podcast, "Sklarbro... Read More →
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James Adomian

James Adomian is a daredevil dancing queen – but don't you know deep down he's just a kitten! James is a prolific performer/writer/standup who is a staple in the comedy scene in LA, NY and across the country, recently honored as one of The Advocate's “Top 40 Under 40” in 2013. | | James is a regular standup and character guest on Comedy Central, with recent appearances on “@midnight,” “The Meltdown with... Read More →
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Mary Houlihan

Mary Houlihan is a Brooklyn-based comedian and graduate of San Francisco Art Institute. She co-created “Cartoon Monsoon,” a live sketch, character, and animation show that runs at the Annoyance Theatre, and recently performed her one-woman show “Live ‘N’ Good” at Union Hall, a show within a show where she performs stand-up and characters while periodically getting interrupted and often physically beaten by cartoonish villains trying... Read More →
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Matt Besser

aised a proud Razorback in Little Rock, Arkansas, Matt Besser attended Amherst College where he learned how to collect CDs. After graduating, Matt toured the Midwest doing stand-up, while taking improvisation direction from Del Close at Chicago’s Improv Olympic Theater. In Chicago in 1991, he became a founding member of the sketch group “Upright Citizens Brigade,” and with them he has performed and written stage productions including... Read More →
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Paul Gilmartin

From 1995 to 2011 Paul Gilmartin co-hosted TBS’ Dinner and a Movie, and has been a stand-up comedian since 1987. His credits include Comedy Central Presents: Paul Gilmartin, numerous Bob and Tom albums, comedy festivals and the Late Show with Craig Ferguson. He is also a frequent guest on the Adam Carolla podcast, performing political satire as right-wing Congressman Richard Martin. | Paul was thrilled to be diagnosed with clinical... Read More →
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Tom Shillue

A former correspondent on "The Daily Show," Tom Shillue is the current host of "Red Eye" on Fox News. Tom has appeared in his own Comedy Central Special, on "Late Night with Conan O’Brien," "Last Comic Standing," "Comics Unleashed," "Broad City," and in the feature film, "Mystery Team." In 2013, Tom released twelve consecutive comedy albums as part of his ambitious “12 in 12” project. In 2014, he brought his solo show “Impossible” to... Read More →



Friday January 22, 2016 10:30pm - 11:45pm
Cobb's Comedy Club 915 Columbus Street, San Francisco, CA 94133

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