I don’t know about you, but Fall 2017 is off to a busy start for Neon Entertainment. Let’s celebrate the start of the new semester with a list of our funniest stand-up comedians. These comedy acts are nationally known and can be found telling jokes or in leading roles on TV channels like Comedy Central, HBO, and NBC.
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1. Jon Lovett
Jon is the charismatic host of Crooked Media’s Lovett or Leave It and co-host of Pod Save America. A former speechwriter for President Barack Obama, Jon transitioned into entertainment, working on HBO’s The Newsroom and NBC’s 1600 Penn.
He now takes his insightful, incisive, and hilarious podcast to the road, gearing up for the 2017 election season.
2. Michelle Buteau
Comedian, Michelle Buteau, is most known as co-host of VH1’s Big Morning Buzz along side Nick Lachey.
You may also recognize Michelle from her stand-up appearances on Late Night Tv, like The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, and featured in Comedy Central’s Key & Peele and Adult Swim’s The Eric Andre Show.
Recently named one of Rolling Stone’s Top 10 Comedians You Need to Know, Leonard Ouzts is quickly making a name for himself.
Leonard’s telivision credits include, HBO’s Crashing, Netflix’s Master of None, and MTV’s Wild N’ Out.
4. Baron Vaughn
Baron is a series regular on Netflix’s Grace & Frankie in the role of Bud and the voice of ‘Tom Servo’ on Netflix’s Mystery Science Theatre 3000.
He’s performed stand up on Comedy Central, as well as, several comedy festivals, including the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.
5. Tone Bell
Stand up comedian, Tone Bell, can be see on Netflix’s Disjointed and in his role on NBC’s Bad Judge.
He has also appeared on shows including “Chelsea Lately” and Comedy Central’s “Key and Peele.”