After working for over a decade as an ward winning actor and director - Ty has become of the fastest rising new comics in the northwest. Only being 2 years in Ty has already worked at some of the region’s biggest comedy clubs, including: Harvey’s, Helium-PDX, Club comedy Seattle, Joker’s and Capitol City theatre. Ty has recently worked as an opener for Kyle Kinane.
Bryan Bixby knew he wanted to be a comedian his whole life. He did stand-up for the first time at the age of 15 and had his first paid gig two weeks later. He is now one of the funniest up-and-coming comics in Oregon, featuring and headlining all over the Pacific Northwest. On stage he has a confident and strong presence, delivering punchlines at a rapid-fire pace, alternating with off-the-cuff riffing. Often working blue, his favorite thing is making people laugh at stuff that feels a bit wrong, and he uses his likeability and well-crafted jokes to pull it off. He was a Dirty Dozen Roast Battle champion at Helium Comedy Club, a regular host and feature at Harvey’s Comedy Club, and a finalist in both Helium’s Portland's Funniest Person contest and the Oregon Comedy Competition. He also produced and co-hosted Starving For Laughs: A benefit for the Oregon Food Bank.
Josh Firestine started his comedy career right after his 3rd and final deployment to Afghanistan, in 2014, in El Paso, Texas. Shortly after, the Army sent him to Tacoma, Washington, and since then, has become one of the funniest comedians in the Pacific Northwest. In January, 2021, Josh released his first comedy album titled "Needless To Say', which debuted #1 on iTunes. He is the co-host of Roastbuters Podcast and has been featured on King Seattle's "Evening