Summary May 25th, 2017 – Los Angeles: The film, “Capture The Flag”, about a Navy veteran (Dick Van Dyke) and …
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A DOUBLE HEADLINER EVENT! 2 Hilarious stand up comedians: KEN KAZ & DENNIS REGAN!! Hosted by Jef Rawls.
About this Event
BE PART OF FILMING A MADE FOR TV COMEDY SPECIAL:
“KEN KAZ: The Diary of a Dad”
Ken brings his hilarious insights as a father of 3 boys. From the chest hair growing antics of sports to the overdramatic lessons of the theater – raising 3 boys isn’t as fun as it sounds – but it SURE IS FUNNY!!!
Let loose and laugh with Ken as he shares stories from The Diary of a Dad.
Be part of the audience as we film Ken’s FIRST made for TV Special. Clean Comedy at it’s finest!
After ten years of performing stand up and hundreds of improv comedy shows, Ken has been fortunate enough to work alongside some of the biggest names in the business including Dennis Miller, Paul Rodriguez, and Bob Marley(the comedian not the singer). He has entertained for fortune 500 hundred companies such as Pepsi, CIGNA Healthcare and Abbott Labs. Today he has established himself as one of the most versatile professional comedians working in the business today…however, he is still a subpar accountant!
Dennis has been doing comedy for over 20 years and has been seen on Comedy Central, Showtime, Late Night w/ David Letterman, The Tonight Show, and featured on The King of Queens”. Headlining at The Improv, The Comic Strip, The Comedy Cellar, Catch A Rising Star, and Dangerfields.
His perspective on life will have you in stitches!
nancial Conflicts of Interest – One of the earliest problems to be encountered by the independent film producer in seeking foreign pre-sales financing for their films is the fact that all of these people want to be paid and, of course, should be paid, but they all get paid before the producer, and anyone else relying on a share of the producer’s profit participation.