Shaun Jones

Shaun Jones @ the Comedy House

Shaun Jones has traveled worldwide entertaining crowds, using many of his personal life experiences to get a good laugh. Like an accomplished chef, Shaun’s comedy combines a cup of truth, a tablespoon of originality, and a double twist of humor. RATED 4.8 STARS out of 5 by his FANS on TICKETMASTER! When Shaun takes the stage, he mixes his talents before the audience, bakes his show just right and serves up a unique dish to satisfy everyone’s laughter appetite. Shaun has appeared on several national television shows, such as B.E.T’s “Comic View”, B.E.T’s “One Mic
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Just June

Just June

June Boykins aka Just June is a former Marine, mother of 2, nana to six grand kids, great-nana too, divorcee and not so good girlfriend. This comedic road warrior, has been standing up since 1983. June has been on TV shows such as Oprah, BET’s Comic View and the Indian comedy series, Comedy Express. Just June is a regular on the small screen and she has taken her talents to the the big screen as Joan of Arc, the strange woman in Eddie Murphy’s, Coming to America. Ms. June’s comedic style has been welcomed on
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Chris Jones

Chris Jones

Chris “Sett It Off” Jones is one of the most energetic and versatile comedians in the country. He possesses the drive and determination to overcome any obstacles in his path. He discusses everything from his childhood, life in the military and current events to this day. Beware!!! When Chris is on stage he has no fear of what or who he talks about. Chris believes that in the world of comedy if you are not talking about someone or something, YOU ARE NOT DOING YOUR JOB!!! He has performed around the country at various nightclubs
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Brandon T. Jackson

Brandon T Jackson

Brandon T. Jackson (born March 7, 1984) is an actor, rapper, writer, and comedian. He starred on the show Wild ‘N Out with Nick Cannon, and in the films; Roll Bounce as Junior, Tropic Thunder as Alpa Chino, Percy Jackson as Grover Underwood and Lottery Ticket as Benny. He also played 17-year-old Trent Pierce in Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son (the sequel to Big Momma’s House 2). After high school graduation, Brandon moved to Los Angeles to pursue stand-up comedy and started at the Laugh Factory, as well as opened for Wayne Brady and
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Courtney Jackson aka Goldie

Courtney Jackson aka Goldie

Showered with praise,and lauded by fans shouting ” You should have won,” Goldie is determined to become one of TV’s hippest comediennes. Her contribution to VH1’s FLAVOR OF LOVE helped the show become the network’s second highest-rated and program ever! The first season of VH-1 reality show Flavor of Love was simply… out of control. That show, was must see TV. Whether we liked it or not, we have to admit, at times it was hard to watch and even harder to change the channel. The spitting incident with Pumpkin, and who can forget Ms.
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Ronnie Jordan

From the very start, funny man Ronnie Jordan has proven that he’s a comedy force to be reckoned with. After only one year on the comedy scene, the kid voted “Wittiest” in high school was crowned “Rookie of the Year” in 2001 by the famed Uptown Comedy Corner in Atlanta,Ga. As one of the countries hottest up and coming comedians, Ronnie is quickly making a name for himself as a comic’s comic who has shared concert dates with stand-up heavyweights: Rickey Smiley, Bruce Bruce, Earthquake, Mike Epps, Arnez J. and Dave Chappelle. Ronnie became the
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