Economics and Public Policy Expert, Author
Ben Stein is the most famous economics teacher in America. His comedic role as the droning economics teacher in Ferris Bueller's Day Off is by far the most widely viewed scene of economics teaching in economics history and has been ranked as one of the fifty most famous scenes in movie history.
Hilarious, Clever, Appropriate
Bill is a comedian, comic-magician, and emcee. He is also the co-writer & co-star of the nationally acclaimed show, Triple Espresso... a highly caffeinated comedy! Bill enjoyed a 17-year run as Buzz Maxwell in Triple Espresso, which has played to more than 2 million people in over 50 cities and 6 countries since its opening. From New York to London his accolades have been thick.
The thing that makes any entertainer successful is the ability to connect with an audience. It’s the quality of sharing the humor in everyday situations that has made Bill Engvall one of the top comedians today and among the busiest.
Improvisational Comedians from "Whose Line is it Anyway?"
Following enormously successful solo tours, Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, stars of the Emmy nominated Whose Line Is It Anyway? have teamed up to present an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy.
Emmy-award winning comedian Dana Carvey has maintained a tremendous career. Carvey was born June 2, 1955, in Missoula, Montana. Dana went on to college at the San Francisco State University where he won the San Francisco Standup Comedy Competition. After his graduation (with a degree in communication arts), he played at numerous clubs in the Bay Area and then moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career.
Comedian, Actor, NY Times Bestselling Author
As the longest running cast member of Saturday Night Live, Darrell Hammond brought to life a cavalcade of politicians, media figures and celebrities, including Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Donald Trump, Dick Cheney and Chris Matthews.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary and bestselling author of 23 books
Dave Barry is a humor columnist. For 25 years he was a syndicated columnist whose work appeared in more than 500 newspapers in the United States and abroad. In 1988, he won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. Many people are still trying to figure out how this happened.