Spencer Brown unleashes his English wit with rapid precision. Then, he talks with Dom and club owner Jamie Masada about being English. Next, Modi takes the mic and slams the front row for being all men. He complains about Russian building contractors who almost ruined his house, taxi drivers having more social lives than anyone, Dallas convenience stores, and overweight people on airplanes. Then, Gerry Bednob uses his Bangladeshi wisdom to exposes strange American habits and phrases.
Spencer Brown is a British comedian who tours regularly at universities and comedy clubs across the UK. He performed his own show at the esteemed Edinburgh Festival, and he competed on NBC's Last Comic Standing. He recently released his first album, Things I Don't Have To Do.
Voted one of the Top 10 Comedians in New York City by the Hollywood Reporter and BackStage, Modi has emerged as one of the comedy circuit's hottest talents. He has been selected numerous times to perform at the Montreal Comedy Festival and returned in 2004 to appear with Tim Allen in the Just for Laughs Gala. He has also appeared on The Sopranos, Tough Crowd with Collin Quinn, and The USO Tour Live from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Gerry Bednob is the world's #1 Bangladeshi comedian. Aside from being a favorite performer at the Laugh Factory, Gerry has been seen in Seinfeld, Undeclared and The 40 Year Old Virgin.