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Bret Stephens is an American journalist, editor, and political commentator. Stephens began working as a contributing columnist at The New York Times in late April 2017. He previously wrote for the Wall Street Journal as a foreign affairs columnist.
Jeremy Corbell is an American contemporary artist and documentary filmmaker, having produced several short and feature films. His most recent documentary, "Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers", premiered last month and is in theaters now.
Sean Donnelly is a New York City-based standup comedian who may be seen performing regularly at the Comedy Cellar. He is also an avid UFO & extraterrestrial enthusiast.
Jackie Martling is a legendary New York-based standup comic and was the longtime head writer of The Howard Stern Show on terrestrial radio.
Rich Vos and Keith Robinson are legendary New York City-based standup comedians. They may be seen performing regularly at the Comedy Cellar.
Artie Lange is a legendary standup comedian, actor, and radio personality. He was recently involved in a controversy regarding the Comedy Cellar and its show on Comedy Central, 'This Week at the Comedy Cellar.'
With Noam away, Dan Danturman takes the helm with guests Nick Griffin, Gary Gulman, Ryan Hamilton, and Mike Finioia!
Iris Bahr is a writer and solo performer. You may know her as the Orthodox Jewish chick on the ski lift with Larry David or her various alter egos including Svetlana, the Russian Madam and Rae Lynn Caspar White, the world's prominent Southern Intellectual and sexpert. She has written two memoirs, Dork Whore and Machu My Picchu and most recently she co wrote BOOK OF LEON with JB Smoove.
Lana Pelletier McCrea is a lawyer, activist, and Legal Director for SAFER. As an attorney at the Goddard Riverside Law Project, she fights for fair housing and represents tenants facing eviction. She was one of the two protestors outside the Comedy Cellar.
Roy Wood Jr. is a standup comedian and correspondent for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
James Altucher is a financier, former hedge fund manager, and author of 21 books. He is partial owner of the New York City comedy Club StandUp New York and is a standup comedian in his own right.