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College Comedy

Radio Big Mack

Radio Big Mack is the music director and an on-air personality at 99JAMZ on the popular night show “Pac Jam with Big Mack & DJ Nasty” in Miami. He has been doing stand-up comedy on and off for years but also has an online sketch comedy show called “Badd Manner TV.” Big Mack was born and raised in Sicklerville, NJ, but moved to Miami in 2015.

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Comedy Stand-Up

Ron Taylor

Ron Taylor is a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor who hails from Detroit and currently lives in Los Angeles. He was just cast as a series regular on Freeform’s comedy series, NONE OF THE ABOVE. In 2018 he was selected as a New Face at the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal and in 2017 he performed at the festival as part of Kevin Hart’s talent showcase LOL LIVE. Ron has been featured on B.E.T’s “Apollo Live,” Fox TV’s “Laughs,” and on numerous viral videos on the All Def-Digital network. He was handpicked by Bill Burr to perform on Comedy Central’s stand up series, The Ringers.

Ron performs in festivals and clubs all over the world, including hosting Blake Griffin’s Charity Comedy Show in Los Angeles and Russell Westbrook’s Charity Comedy show in Oklahoma City. He is a paid regular at the world famous Comedy Store in Hollywood. Most recently he appeared in the FX series “Oh Jerome, No” directed by Alex Karpovsky.

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Comedy Stand-Up

LaVar Walker

After winning the 2012 national Miller Lite Stand Up comedy competition judged by Kevin Hart, comedian/writer LaVar Walker joined The Shaquille O’Neal All Star Comedy Jam, touring 42 markets and taping a Showtime special as well. In addition to this, he was a finalist for the NBC Diversity Showcase and advanced to the semifinals in NBC’s Last Comic Standing. His other credits include BET’s Comicview, The Mo’Nique Show, and Kevin Hart’s comedy special on the Laugh Out Loud network.

On the scripted front, he produced/ played the lead in the comedy project, The Pharmacist, and can recently be seen as ‘Marty the Manager’ in the Summit Entertainment Feature Film, Uncle Drew.

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Comedy Stand-Up

Darren Fleet

It doesn’t take long to fall in love with the comedic humor of Darren Fleet. Fleet is making waves in the comedy world and if you’re smart, you’ll want to ride this one.

He has performed live with the likes of Rickey Smiley, Karlous Miller, and the cast of “Wild ’N Out” amongst others. Fleet has been performing comedy strong for 5 years now and has graced stages throughout the US. He has performed and headlined at several comedy clubs including The Funny Bone, The Improv, Stardome, Comedy Zone, and Punchline Comedy Lounge, among others.

Fleet has also been fortunate enough to showcase his talents at the BET Awards, Essence Festival, CIAA All-Star Weekend, and Bronner Bros Hair Convention. If comedy isn’t enough to keep him busy, he has decided to throw his hat into the acting arena. This fall, he will premiere his television show, “What Behooves Me,” which will air on ICTV.

Fleet has built a following of more than 2 million followers on social media alone through his Instagram and Facebook with his humorous rants on various aspects of everyday life.

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Comedy Stand-Up

HaHa Davis

Detroit-born and bred Haha Davis found his passion as a comedian/ internet sensation in 2013 by creating funny Vine videos and Instagram clips. His hilarious characters soon caught they eye of several celebrities, including Chance the Rapper, and in 2015 he was featured on the tracks “No Problems”, “All Night”, and “Blessings” on Chance the Rapper’s album Coloring Book and he narrated the Magnificent Coloring World Tour as the character Carlos The Lion.
Since then, his Instagram following has grown to 2.8million and in 2017, Haha’s catchphrase,” Dis Finna be a breeze” became a pop culture sensation that was adopted by celebrities and athletes on social media from Snoop Dogg to Tom Brady, which ultimately led to a music video collaboration with Snoop Dogg based on the phrase.
Haha is everywhere these days — he’s been featured in an episode of Detroiters, in promos for TBS’s Drop the Mic, in Forbes Magazine, as a character in the NBA2k18 video game and he embarked on a nationwide tour, to name a few. Up next, he’s developing an animated series based on his popular character, Big Fella.
Over 2018 and 2019 he launched the “Big Fellas of Comedy Tour” where he would sell out shows all over the country! In 2019, HaHa Davis launched his first episode with Comedy Central called “D-Boy” which reached over 2 million views on Comedy Central’s digital platform. During his time HaHa has also created the double word sensation at this time.
In 2020, HaHa reached over 6.5 million followers and launched his debut comic book “Beyond Me” with Verse Comics USA, while launching his clothing and lifestyle brand, “Fellas”. Now in 2021, HaHa is working on his podcast, debut movie, and TV series that he will be a producer on!