Kevin D Williams has been performing stand-up comedy professionally for over 20 years. He discovered his ability to amuse people while serving in the US Coast Guard and quickly pursued his passions. After being honorably discharged, Kevin performed in comedy clubs across the country and overseas. This versatile comedian was a regular on BET’s “Comic View” and also appeared on “Last Comic Standing” on NBC. Always pursuing excellence, Kevin received a degree in Television Production from Columbia College in addition to studying Comedy Writing at Second City. He is a contributing writer to Humor Mill Magazine and is a regular guest on WVON. Though with all of these accomplishments Kevin’s passion is still comedy. He was recently named “Last Comic Sailing” during Festival At Sea on Carnival Cruise Lines. Kevin describes his act as “adult silliness”. He subject matter ranges from his growing up in the inner city of Chicago to why he hates self check out machines. Whatever the subject Kevin mixes his brand on humor with it and the outcome is hilarity!
Blowing in from the Windy City, comedian, actor, director and producer B. Cole has spent the past decade molding himself as one of this generations’ greatest entertainers. Starting his career at a young age, B. Cole has performed at clubs and colleges all over the United States. He made his television debut at the age of twenty on BET’s Comic View and reached a pinnacle when he was awarded his own one-hour Grandstand Special on the program. He was a founding member of The Second City’s first urban sketch comedy ensemble Forgotten City. B. Cole has captured audiences across the country with his original side-splitting, thought-provoking material. He has toured U.S. military bases throughout Japan and here in the states. His internationally acclaimed signature comical piece, “I’m in Love with a Crack Head,” a satirical love poem, inspired him to develop the concept into a short film. In 2011, B traveled the country on a two man improv comedy club tour with actor/comic personality DeRay Davis. In 2002, he wrote and starred in his first feature length film, A Get2gether. A Get2Gether has been showcased nationwide in several festivals and it won Best Independent Film at the 2005 Chicago Comedy Awards. In the same year, B. Cole was also awarded the Robert Townsend Award for his sketch comedy show The B. Cole Show. In 2002, one of B. Cole’s biggest accomplishments was when he was invited to share the stage with musical genius Prince, accompanied by Common and Macy Gray! There’s no slowing down for the multi-talented artist as he continues to write and produce timeless comedy for the big screen. It’s a Cole world… supply your own heat!