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Over the past three decades, Kevin Farley has made audiences laugh, cry, and smile – as a comedian, actor, filmmaker and podcaster.

His sense of humor takes him around the world doing standup. His career started at Second City Comedy Club in Chicago, and he’s starred in films like “Black Sheep” and “The Waterboy.”

He’s currently on Netflix lending his voice to “F is For Family.”

You can see Farley live an in-person at the American Legion of Lebanon on Friday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. and at New Boswell Tap Room in Richmond, IN on Saturday, Nov, 6 at 8 p.m.

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He’s come across as self-important and a condescending phony. He’s always got a smirk on his face, and he’s the butt of his own jokes.

That’s how Michael Ian Black wants you to think of him because he’s the prince of anti-comedy.

He’s got two shows a night at Helium Comedy Club on Friday, October 15 and Saturday, October 16.

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The ultimate best friend, podcast host, actress and comedian joined us today on Indy Style! Heather McMahan is performing at Clowes Memorial Hall TONIGHT! The show is part of Heather’s “The Farewell Tour,” and starts at 8 p.m.

Heather has seen her fandom skyrocket through her Instagram storytelling and the debut of her podcast, Absolutely Not with Heather McMahan. She also told us about her upcoming Netflix film Love Hard, and what it was like filming during quarantine!

This is Heather’s first time to Indianapolis, and she studied UCB in Los Angeles and was a performing arts major at Ole Miss.

You can learn more about Heather McMahan and her tour here.

He’s a comedian, actor and producer known for many movies like “Next Friday”, “Friday After Next”, “The Hangover,” his new Netflix show, “The Upshaws” and his legendary stand-up comedy career, which is what brings him here to his hometown today.

Epps is in Indy promoting the filming of his new Netflix standup comedy special which will take place November 19 & 20 at the Madam Walker Legacy Center in Indy.

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If you loved Barney Fife from “The Andy Griffith Show,” you’ll love this! Karen Knotts, acclaimed actress and daughter of legendary comedian Don Knotts, pays tribute to father in her recently released memoir, Tied Up in Knotts.

During her childhood and her teenage years, Karen says she and her father often “butted heads” over her desire to enter show business: “I always wanted to be an actress, even when I was young, but he said, ‘No, that’s not a good life for a child.”

Despite his warning, she said that he supported her “100 percent in the end” when she started performing at age 16.  She attended Beverly Hills High School and went on to study at the USC School of Cinema Arts.

As a young comedienne, Karen toured with her father in many plays across the US. In 2006, following her father’s death, she created her one-woman, live stage show, “Tied Up in Knotts”, which she has taken on the road through 32 states. The show honors Don’s life with stories, jokes, and characters.     

Knotts also writes for the stage; her one-woman play Roger and Betsy was nominated for the Merce Awards in 2009.  She has written two plays, Dates from Hell the Musical, and a farce, But We Open Tonite.

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He brought the laughs to Indy Style today, and he’s bringing them to Helium Comedy Club tonight! Clint Coley is a comedian, actor, and writer. You may know him from Amazon Prime’s “The World Series of Spades,” and you can stay tuned for his book and next comedy album.


Philly’s own Clint Coley is this era’s new breed of do-it-all comedy star. He who honed his skills in Philadelphia and the New York circuit before moving to Los Angeles. Since 2012, Coley has featured for D.L. Hughley nationally at hundreds of shows, been a featured comedian on AXS’s Gotham Comedy Live, and 3 comedy albums under his belt (2 of which reached number 13 and 4 on the Billboard charts). He is a multi-talent whose comedy albums – I’M AN ADULTSTURGIS and SENSITIVE all charted on Billboard with SENSITIVE reaching number five. 

He is creator and host of the popular podcast, “Advice From A F*ck Boy,” where he’s dropping gems for the guys, cheat codes for the ladies and has an upcoming book to be released later this year under the same moniker. 

Outside of stand-up, Coley has written, produced, and starred in various short films under his Everybody Eats Productions banner. THE FIRST DATETHE FIRST TIME, and SCRATCH were each accepted into the International Black Film Festival. SCRATCH and THE FIRST TIME were nominated for Best Short Film, with THE FIRST TIME winning the award.

Clint recently released his latest project in September 2020. He is the creator and producer of THE WORLD SERIES OF SPADES – where Season 1 is currently streaming on Amazon Prime. 

To purchase tickets to tonight’s show click here.

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Mike Speenberg, comedian, joined us this morning to bring the laughs from his fun Southern humor to our show, just like he’ll bring it to Cracker’s Comedy Club this weekend!

You can see Speenberg’s comedy live and in-person April 9th – April 11th.

About Mike:

Mike Speenberg has been a professional touring Stand up comedian for 20 years. He’s performed on 5 different continents, entertained everyone from Hall of Fame Athletes to US Diplomats, shared the stage with everyone from Robin Williams to Bill Burr, and been featured on everything from CNN to the AMERICAN FORCES RADIO NETWORK. Mike has also traveled everywhere from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to Baghdad, Iraq on numerous occasions to perform for the men and women of the United States Military.

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Add city-wise street smarts to southern charm and you get comedian Sonya White who will be at Crackers Comedy Club this weekend.

She stopped by Indy Style this morning to let us know what you can expect from her show and to catch us up on what she’s been doing during the pandemic.

Bio: White’s show has won her multiple appearances on Star Search (CBS), promo spots on Last Comic Standing (NBC), featured role and national tour in Southern Fried Chicks (CMT), nomination for ‘Best Female Performer’ by Campus Activities Magazine, appearance on ‘Girls Behaving Badly’ (Oxygen), on ‘Comedy Spotlight Roadtrip’ (Comcast), and performances at the ‘U.S. Comedy Arts Festival’ (HBO, E!, Comedy Central).

White’s comedy is peppered with spot-on impersonations and sound effects. Her stand up comedy show and her one woman show ‘Airing Dirty Laundry’ are based on real life experiences, interactions with friends & family, and hilarious reflections of the world at large. In addition to those mentioned previously, her TV credits also include a ‘Spring Break’ promo (MTV), late night’s ‘Night Shift’ (Fox), a very colorful character on ‘The Jerry Springer Show’, an appearance on ‘Big Brother Jake” (Family Channel), and voice-work for ’Pick Your Shorts’ (Cartoon Network).

White is a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild  and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists. Sonya has also gone international, as a featured comedian with Verizon’s  ‘Fun & Games’ app in 60 countries.              

You can see White at Cracker’s Comedy Club from September 3rd to the 5th at 8pm.

For tickets go this the Cracker’s website.      

For more from White, visit her website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.