Floyd J. Phillips’ humor is derived from his upbringing in the ghetto of Chicago. His mother raised five kids all by her lonesome after his deadbeat dad shacked up with another woman. That day taught him a valuable life lesson about pain: either walk it off or learn to accessorize better. He’s been walking it off ever since. Floyd’s tough background gives him the courage to talk about the topics other people avoid. Comedy has taken this little kid from the ghetto of Chicago to winning the Seattle Comedy Competition in 2000 and being a finalist in the 2001 San Francisco Comedy Competition.

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Andi Smith: This girl often surprises audiences with her funny and original perspective on life. Original and entertaining, Smith can find humor in everything from growing up in Wisconsin to ugly belts. Andi was a finalist on season five of Last Comic Standing, has appeared on Live at Gotham and recently released her first CD, Home Perm.

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