Edgerly was born in Silver Spring, Maryland and moved at the age of 2 with his mom and two brothers to Savannah, Georgia. He attended Benedictine Military High School and the University of Georgia later on, where he would entertain his friends with lots of impressions. After a season of rugby at the university, he tried his hand at stand-up comedy at the urging of his roommates. A 10-year career touring the country followed (where his ability to do voices came in handy), punctuated by the occasional TV appearance on Nickelodeon. He relocated to Orlando in his early 20s and then later, he relocated to Los Angeles. Edgerly has since settled into the world of voiceover, in which he provides voices for movies, TV shows, and video games, and he still does the occasional stand-up gig around town. Edgerly is currently the voice of Gobber the Belch in Dragons: Riders of Berk, taking over from Craig Ferguson.
omedian Dean Napolitano is a throwback to the great comedians of yesteryear only with a modern twist that makes him one of the most prevalent comedians working today. A true storyteller with imaginative delivery that makes audiences feel as if they have been through each experience themselves. Napolitano has been seen on the small screen in a variety of shows on various networks. His TV credits include, Three Rivers, What About Brian (ABC), Heroes (NBC), Las Vegas(NBC), The Shield (FX) Passions (NBC), Ghost Dog (PAX), From the Earth to the Moon (HBO), Mystery Files of Shelby Woo (Nickelodeon), Safe Harbor (Aaron Spelling Productions), Vamps (Victory Productions) and many more.
Dean Wolfe began his stand-up comedy career in San Francisco, working with some of the best comics in the country and performing regularly at the Punch Line, Catch a Rising Star, Rooster T. Feathers, and Tommy T’s. Before being institutionalized by marriage, he toured throughout California and Western States as well as New England; and got the chance to open up for Robin Williams. He eventually moved to Los Angeles (so he could afford to buy a house) and quickly found writing work on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, and feature films including Devious Beings and Mob Hysteria. Dean was recently a finalist at the 2007 First Annual California Comedy Festival in Los Angeles. He was selected from over 140 comics who competed in this competition. Also in Los Angeles, he has performed at The Improv, The Ice House, The Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store. He is also part of the Rebels of Comedy and Heavy Hitters of Comedy. As an actor, he has appeared on Dick Wolf’s Dragnet, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and Jerry Bruckheimers’ Soldier of Fortune. His writing credits include two pilots as well as TV Guide editorials and nationally syndicated cartoons. Dean will also be featured in the Scott Baio reality television show, Scott Baio is 46 . . . , on VH1. Dean prides himself with being politically incorrect, intelligent and original. Dean feels that comedy and laughter are what’s really missing from today’s society (along with the middle class of course); and they can cure a sick heart — but hospitals just don’t pay comedians very well, and the accommodations smell funny.
TK’s “no-holds-barred, balls-to-the-wall” comedy has been said to be an infusion of Lenny Bruce meets Bill Hicks. His comedy can take an audience anywhere from dating to problems with racism. His quick delivery and timing has become his staple, along with his sharp writing. His work on The Best Damn Sports Show landed TK an Emmy nomination. From working the road to his work on the reality show Face the Family, his unique style is always prevalent. No matter what he’s doing or where he’s performing, strap yourself in ’cause it’s one hell of a ride. TK is known to say some of the most shocking things, and then explain himself with something even more absurd. His control of the crowd is one of his most compelling traits as a performer. From ooohhhs and aaawwws to ruckus laughter, the audience responds however this talented veteran of the stage desires. TK hails from Dallas, TX. and brings a hint of good ole boy charm every where he goes. He has resided in Los Angeles the better part of the last decade, and has made quite a mark for himself. His Rebels of Comedy booking agency, regularly produces shows at the Hollywood Improv and the Spotlight Comedy Club. His tenure in the comedy world has held many lessons that this seasoned performer will never forget. Full of etiquette and respect for his trade, TK remembers those who came before him, and honors them with respect and professionalism.
Justin Rupple is a regular host and act at The Hollywood Improv. A new breed of entertainer, he performs over 80 impersonations, 15 original characters and plays 3 instruments. He has won 2 national comedy competitions and was a finalist in 2 international festivals.