SF Sketchfest presents The Guest List - Sunday Early Show
The Guest List - Live TV Taping! Presented by Seeso, with Calise Hawkins, Randy Liedtke, Emma Willmann, Hampton Yount, and more - Sunday 7pm
Sun, January 22, 2017
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm
San Francisco, CA
This event is all ages
THE GUEST LIST - Live TV Taping! Presented by Seeso
The Guest List, available as an audio series on Audible Channels and as a television series on Seeso, features some of today’s best stand-ups performing in front of an invite-only audience. And now we’re back for more in season two, with the first ever Sketchfest series being produced for TV! Every lineup is stacked with amazing standups, and this will be an unprecedented party. There are eight amazing shows to choose from, but you can’t get into The Guest List unless you’re on the guest list – so get your tickets while they’re still available.
In 2015 his Half Hour special on Comedy Central aired and his debut album on Comedy Central Records "I'm on a Roll" broke into the top ten on iTunes.
He has also performed Stand Up on Conan, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Adam Devine's House Party, and Last Comic Standing. LA Weekly named him one of 10 Comedy Acts to Watch in 2015 and the Village Voice said he's "maddeningly great". He was one of Comedy Central's Comics to Watch in 2013 and was a stand out at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal as part of the New Face showcase in 2014.
You may have seen him on Comedy Central's @midnight, IFC's Maron and Comedy Bang Bang, or heard his voice on Cartoon Network's Adventure Time.
From there she brought her high energy, deeply personal, and observational act to New York City, where she quickly moved through the NYC comedy ranks -making her national TV debut on Axis TV's Live at Gotham in 2014.
Willmann has also appeared in The 2014 New York Comedy Festival, hosted The 2013 Hoboken Comedy Festival, appeared on ComedyTimeTV, opened for Louie Anderson, appeared with Aziz Ansari and Donald Glover, and will be staring in two upcoming episodes of the popular TV show Deadly Affairs, on the Investigation Discovery Network.
He's so silly.
Hampton (It's me, come on) started in the DC area where he grew from the worst comedian in the world to the second worst comedian in the world. Eventually he won local competitions (DC Improv Funniest Local Comedian 2008) and then set his sights on Los Angeles, where he currently resides. Hampton has been seen on The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, Conan, and Last Comic Standing.
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