Fools Of Comedy Birthday Bash
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
Ticket Price :
Show Type :
Open Mic, Urban
18 & over
Two drink minimum
Gene Harding is a native New Yorker who decided to dumb-down his edgy Bronx style and move to South Florida. And it paid off. His uptown swag is now fused with a slow, almost retarded Florida flavor which brings a refreshing style of comedy to stages across the country.
Winner of the 2010 South Beach Comedy Festival and various other local competitions, Gene charms his audiences with his brand of funny urban-yet Harvard style of comedy. He has produced several successful shows at the Hardrock Improv in Fort Lauderdale, FL and at the Eastville Comedy Club in NYC. He has opened and featured for the likes of Paul Mooney, Bret Ernst, and Bruce Bruce, just to name a few. This year, he debuted in the LA Comedy Festival and the Laughing Skull Festival. His acting credits include FOX'S America's Most Wanted, where he appropriately plays an African hustler and USA's hit tv show Burn Notice.
Gene brings so much variety to the stage that he makes himself at home in front of any demographic. He is a hot ticket to watch this year so find him at a world famous comedy club, college arena, or backyard bbq near you.
Born and raised in Miami Florida Malik S. is the last of seven children. He grew up defending himself from his older siblings with laughter. Malik brings joy and laughter to the hearts of many people with his style of comedy. Malik’s material is based on everyday life with a lot of creative humor in between. After, receiving his Bachelors degree at Florida Memorial University, Malik taught high school for one year while pursing his career as a comedian.
Malik has performed on many stages, but it was on BET’s Comic View where he got his break six months after beginning on his journey. He went on to appear on the show for five consecutive seasons from 1999-2004. Malik has appeared on HBO Def Comedy
Jam, Comedy Central Live at Gotham, NBC Last Comic Standing season 4, ABC Comics Unleashed and HBO P. Diddy Presents Bad Boyz of Comedy. In 2009 Malik played “Another Guy” in Cedric “The Entertainer’s” pilot on ABC titled “The Law”. In 2010 Malik played an assistant on Cedric “the Entertainer’s” TBS special Urban Circus
where he also was a writer. Currently Malik, is a writer on TvLand’s sitcom The Soul Man.