Ian Fidance is an offbeat yet upbeat New York City comic from Wilmington, Delaware who’s been described as a “power act” by Dave Attell. Nikki Glaser has said he’s “on a short list of people who have made me pee laughing,” and radio legend Ron Bennington has called him one of the most unique comics working today. His comedy has been described as “bizarre yet funny” by comedy news site The Interrobang.
Fidance is a popular guest on the Jim and Sam Show as well as the Bennington Show, both on SiriusXM radio. He can also be heard every week on SiriusXM Comedy Central Radio’s “You Up? With Nikki Glaser” and performs nightly at the iconic Comedy Cellar in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village.
He was on the second season of “This Week At The Comedy Cellar” on Comedy Central, hosting the show 6 times. Recently he wrote for the new season of the Comedy Central show “Crank Yankers,” and the Roast of Bruce Willis. This past summer he opened for folk rock legends The Lumineers in Brooklyn and appeared in the short film “Motherstruck” directed by Cynthia Nixon and produced by Rosie O’Donnell, which premiered at the TriBeCa Film Festival. He’s been featured in the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, as well as the Boston, Brooklyn, and New York Comedy Festivals. He’s written & performed in sketches for Comedy Central, Above Average, Conde Nast, Elite Daily, and Funny or Die. He’s appeared in commercial campaigns for Tik Tok, Jet Blue, Nikon, and was commissioned by Nike to write & star in a live media presentation for their “Hyper” line of clothing.
He made his stand up TV debut on the third season of AXS TV’s “Gotham Comedy Live.” He can be seen on the upcoming season of “Grown & Sexy” on VH1, as well as “The Last O.G.” digital shorts on TBS, and has acted in sketches on Late Night with Seth Meyers. He has a real happenin’ podcast called “Ian Fidance’s Wild World,” available for download on iTunes, as well as a Sex And The City-ish themed podcast with ex-Impractical Jokers producer and comedian Jay Miller called “Sex Ian The City” which debuted at #153 on the comedy podcast charts.
After working a million jobs while growing up an only child to a single mother in Delaware, Ian has grown to be a live force and a stand out stand up with a fresh, positive voice in comedy. He can be seen nightly riding his bike(cycle) everywhere sharing his unique point of view and wild stories at places like Caroline’s on Broadway, The Comedy Cellar, New York Comedy Club, Stand Up New York,UCB Theatre, the Creek & the Cave, Union Hall, and The Bell House in Brooklyn. Every month he hosts a live stand up & animation show called “Picture This!” at Union Hall in Park Slope. He’ll hit the road often playing clubs and independent venues all across the country, but will usually use his car for that.
Ian Stuart is a comedian and writer from Portland, Maine. He has toured across The United States and Canada with a number of different comedy tours and his first album “Day Drinker” can be found on Acuity Records and Pandora Radio. He has written for a number of publications including a staff position for The 420 Times, where he earned multiple cover stories. Ian had a video go viral in 2013 that trended on both Facebook and Reddit, garnering attention from the Tosh.o Blog, Bro Bible and Daily Dot to name a few. Ian has recently shot footage with VICE for Viceland TV and is planning on releasing his 2nd album this Spring.
Nick Lavallee is a comedian from New Hampshire. Despite what some believe, the State is not a province of Canada.
Lavallee’s latest album, “The Other Dude”, consists of musical comedy, stand up performances and their accompanied videos on the DVD. Lavallee has appeared alongside Sally Struthers in “I Love You, Sally Struthers”, meaning your mom will also like him, if she’s okay with his naughty language. Voted “Best Comedian” in 2010 and 2011 by readers of New Hampshire’s Hippo Press his earlier albums debuted in the top 50 of iTunes Comedy charts.
Nick’s online content has been featured on the front page of Funny or Die, Rooftop Comedy and the Boston Comedy Examiner. Lavallee has performed opening spots for such national headliners as Comedy Central’s Bo Burnham and Maine’s King of Comedy, Bob Marley. Earlier this year, Lavallee solidified himself as a national act by appearing at the Laugh Factory in Las Vegas and Hollywood upon personal request from the club’s owner, Jamie Masada.