Jon Huck

Fri, Jul 19, 2019
Sat, Jul 20, 2019

Jon Huck

with Kandace Saunders and Brent Pella

Jon Huck is a Los Angeles based Actor and Stand Up Comedian known for his roles on the television shows Superstore (NBC), Angel From Hell (CBS), Now We Know (NatGeo), Frank TV (TBS) & Punk'D (MTV). Jon can also be seen in the independent feature films Garbage, Bellflower, Dumbbells, and And Punching The Clown. His Stand Up can best be described as honest, observational and self-deprecating. He has performed on Comedy Central's Live At Gotham, Showtime's Comedy From SXSW, AXS Gotham Comedy Live and This Is Not Happening for CC Studios. His first CD - Fantasticular Hilaritation is available on iTunes & Amazon and was called "raving mad with a tinge of brilliance" by Jon Huck has made an impact as a Producer and Writer as well, working on shows like Proving Ground for the G4 Network, MTV's Punk'd, MTV's Room 401, The Untitled Steve Jones & Jenny McCarthy Pilot and Disney's Code: 9.

Kandace Saunders

Kandace Saunders made her comedic debut in 2006 during a comedy competition. Although she didn’t win, she didn’t get booed, and people laughed. So for Kandace, that was enough to pursue a career in standup comedy. Kandace’s sarcasm and quick wit, coupled with her ability to turn life into “extremely laughable situations,” has allowed her to become one of today’s fastest-rising comedians. You can catch Kandace at comedy clubs and colleges across the country.

Brent Pella

Brent Pella is a stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles whose comedy sketches, celebrity impressions and parody music videos have gained more than 50 million views online. Brent is best known for his Eminem impressions which have gained international attention, and his viral hits “Eminem Disses Everything” & “Why You Shouldn’t Fly Spirit Airlines” - both the #1 trending videos on Reddit and YouTube, and have been featured on Funny or Die, Mashable, WorldStar HipHop, The Chive, Unilad, Brobible, 9Gag and more. Brent's high-energy, character-based comedy is inspired by his experiences of growing up with a single mom, becoming a role model for his younger sister and his many failed relationship efforts. Brent was recently featured on an episode of MTV's Greatest Party Stories Ever, headlines colleges and comedy clubs across the country, and continues to develop and produce his own comedy videos for release at