Trent McClellan (Headliner)
I hate doing these bios! You come on here looking to be impressed but it’s awkward to talk about what you’ve accomplished like a rapper. Also, someone is going to print this out and try and read it to introduce me at an event but it will be of no use. Really, none of it matters because I still have to make the crowd laugh tonight. No one cares what I did last year. I attribute anything I’ve done to hard work and good fortune. I am very weary of people who relay their accomplishments all the time like they’re at a job interview. Well, here goes! I’ve been extremely lucky to be honest and been able to do lots of cool things in comedy like the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, St.John’s Exit Realty Comedy Fest, the Moncton Hup Cap Comedy Festival, the Edmonton Comedy Festival, and YYC Calgary Comedy Festival. I recorded a comedy special for CTV and the Comedy Network a few years back that still airs on your television. I say I’ve been lucky because even though I’ve worked hard, so have other comedians. Any time you get booked anywhere it simply means the people doing the booking enjoy your stuff. It doesn’t mean you’re the greatest comedian in the universe it just means those bookers would like to have you coming to their festival, event, or show.


Larry XL
If there's a club, hall, bar or basement that need jokes, Larry XL is ready to rock the house. Larry XL's smart and sometimes wacky style has made him a favorite with audiences from Florida to Canada. He's been a finalist in comedy competitions in his native Baltimore and neighboring cities like Washington, DC and Philadelphia. Soon after he started performing at area clubs, Larry XL recorded a concert CD with the DC Standup All-Stars, 2004's DC Standup vs. Earth and later his own live CD, 2005's The City That Bleeds. He then hit the road performing in some of the nation's best comedy clubs (and anywhere else with electricity) opening for the likes of Bobby Slayton, Jim Florentine and Charlie Murphy. He has also been heard on XM Satellite Radio and Baltimore's 98 Rock.