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Headliner - Russ Nagel


America's Funniest Biker, AKA Russ Nagel, has played in a wide range of venues including The Majestic Theater in Dallas, TX and The Laugh Factory in Las Vegas and Reno, NV. He has also performed to audiences at the Atlantis Hotel and Casino on Paradise Island located in Nassau, Bahamas and is a regular on Carnival and Princess Cruise Lines. With this in mind it may not be surprising to learn that he has also done events on behalf of the Fraternal Order of Police, performed at a variety of college campuses, and shared the stage with top comedians such as Chris Rock, Bill Engvall, and Bill Mahr just to name a few.

Russ has become recognized in the entertainment industry for achieving more laughs per minute than any comedian working the circuit today and has also been seen on The Nashville Network, A&E's Comedy on the Road, Showtime's Comedy Club Network, the WB, Spike TV, Comedy Central and the list goes on.

Emcee - Todd Armtrong

Todd Armstrong a hilarious stay at home Dad who was a part of the Bridgetown Comedy Festival a couple times, he was featured on VICELAND's Bong Appetite', was a cast member on Season 7 of Portlandia. He also represented Portland, Oregon for Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch". From Maui to Montana, Los Angeles to New York City have enjoyed his unique wit, energetic charm, honest takes and stranger than fiction stories. He has worked with Dave Chapelle, Bill Burr, Marc Maron, Amy Schumer, Iliza Shelsinger, Jay Mohr, Nick Kroll, Dave Attell, Chelsea Peretti, Todd Barry, Jon Lovitz, Tommy Chong, Rob Schneider and just loves to laugh.


 

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Feature - Kermet Apio

Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Kermet Apio enjoyed a childhood in paradise. He spent his time watching TV, playing, and procrastinating everything else. To this day, he still does all three extensively.

After graduating high school, Kermet moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington. Seattle became home. In early 1989, Kermet did his first open mic night at the Comedy Underground in Seattle. Comedy was a fun hobby. In May of 1990, he quit his job, said good bye to health care and benefits and took the leap to performing full time. It is still his only job skill.

He was the winner of the 2009 Great American Comedy Festival and has had numerous appearances on TV and radio. He has showcased at comedy festivals is Aspen, Las Vegas, and Vancouver and has performed in 47 states and 3 Canadian Provinces. He is a past winner of the Seattle Comedy Competition and was a semi-finalist in the San Francisco Comedy Competition. Also, in 1988 he was Dishwasher of the Month at the Sea-Tac Airport Denny's.

Kermet is married and the proud father of two wonderful children. He enjoys his family, baseball, and pie. He does not enjoy opera, sitting in traffic, and writing about himself in the third person.