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Adam Devine's House Party Bios

Adam Devine

Adam Devine is a founding member of the sketch comedy group Mail Order Comedy, whose videos have been downloaded over 1 million times. He recently played the character “Bumper” in the musical movie "Pitch Perfect." Adam is probably best known as a co-creator, writer, and star of the hit Comedy Central show "Workaholics," which is currently in its fourth season.

Ahmed Bharoocha

Ahmed Bharoocha is a part of the sketch group Dead Kevin, which was featured on "Tosh.0," ComedyCentral.com and named by LAWeekly as one of the top comedy acts to watch. He was recently selected for New Faces in the Just for Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival.

Andrew Santino

Andrew Santino is a Chicago native. He is currently shooting the new ABC series "Mixology." He was recently named Comedy Central's Top 10 Comics to Watch. He also Guest Starred on "Children's Hospital" on Adult Swim, "Arrested Development" on Netflix, and "The Office" on NBC.

Barry Rothbart

Barry Rothbart has been featured on "Punk’d," as a stand-up guest on the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "Conan," "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," "Adam DeVine’s House Party" on Comedy Central. Most recently, Barry wrapped a role in the Martin Scorsese film "The Wolf of Wall Street."

Liza Treyger

Liza Treyger is the creator and co-producer of one of Chicago's most loved weekly showcases, "Riot Comedy." She has also been featured as one of Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch" at the New York Comedy Festival and performed at the Just for Laughs Festival in Chicago.

Josh Rabinowitz

Josh Rabinowitz has been named one of "Comedy Central's Comics to Watch" at the New York Comedy Festival and has Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. He played "Kent" on MTV's "I Just Want My Pants Back," and is currently featured on the "Comedy Central On Campus College Tour."

Sean Donnelly

Sean Donnelly has appeared on MTV’s "World of Jenks" and FOX’s "Red Eye." Sean recently performed at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival and at Comedy Central’s South Beach Comedy Festival. He co-hosts the podcast My Dumb Friends with fellow comedian, Dan St. Germain.

Ron Funches

Ron Funches has been featured on "Conan," Comedy Central's "Kroll Show," Fox's "New Girl" and will have a starring role in the upcoming NBC comedy, "Undateable."

Drennon Davis

Drennon Davis has been featured on NBC's "Last Call with Carson Daly" and was a semi-finalist on NBC's "Last Comic Standing." Catch him on his new animated show "The Long Legs" on MTV's rebirth of "Liquid Television."

Brent Morin

Brent Morin has been featured on “Chelsea Lately," he made his late-night debut on “Conan” and recently landed a role opposite old pal Chris D’Elia in the upcoming NBC series “Undateable.”

Matthew Broussard

Matthew Broussard created the popular webcomic, mondaypunday.com and was recently named "Houston's Funniest Person."

Matt Koff

Matt Koff is currently staffed as a writer on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." He has also written for IFC's "Onion News Network," GSN's "The Newlywed Game," Comedy Central's "Tosh.0 blog" and was a recurring panelist on The History Channel series "I Love the 1880s."

Asif Ali

Asif Ali is a handpicked favorite from some of the top comedy bookers & casting directors working today. When he is not on stage or touring with his improv group, you can catch him on hit shows such as "Arrested Development," "Modern Family" and "NCIS."

Annie Lederman

Annie Lederman is one of the most original stand-up comedians working today. You've seen her on E!'s "Chelsea Lately, "Gotham Comedy Live" and MTV's "Money From Strangers."

Austin Anderson

Austin Anderson has been featured on America's Got Talent, Comedy Central's "Workaholics" and he recently starred in the independent feature film, "Trunk'd," which will soon be showing at film festivals across the US and internationally.

Hampton Yount

Hampton Yount was previously a creative consultant on Rob Dyrdek's "Fantasy Factory," a writer for "Loiter Squad," "Upload with Shaq," and is currently a creative consultant on "Ridiculousness" on MTV.

Brooks Wheelan

Brooks Wheelan is currently one of the newest cast members to join NBC’s "Saturday Night Live." In 2012, he was invited to perform at the New York Comedy Festival as a part of Comedy Central’s "Top 10 Comics to Watch." He recently performed at the Comedy Central South Beach Comedy Festival and was a new face at the prestigious Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal.

Pete Davidson

Pete Davidson has been featured on MTV's "Guy Code," "Wild 'N' Out: Raw" and "Failosophy." Pete will make his feature film debut in Nick Cannon's "School Dance," as well as his network television debut on FOX’s "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" starring Andy Samberg.

Adam Ray

Adam Ray was recently seen in the Paul Feig directed comedy "The Heat" and has been featured in "2 Broke Girls" on CBS, "NTSF:SD:SUV" for Adult Swim, "Workaholics" on Comedy Central, and "Arrested Development" for Netflix.

Ron Babcock

Ron Babcock is a comedian based in LA. He's has been featured on "Last Comic Standing," HBO’s "The Life and Times of Tim," and "The Rotten Tomatoes Show."

The Lucas Brothers

The Lucas Brothers (Kenny & Keith) have appeared on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," "Arrested Development," and HBO's "Funny As Hell." They are also the creators and stars of "Lucas Bros. Moving Co.," an animated series premiering this fall and "The Super Late Morning Show," a Comedy Central web talk show.

Sam Simmons

Sam Simmons is a multi-award winning cult figure within the Australian comedy scene. He has collected awards, glowing reviews, and played to sell out houses around the world.

Kevin Barnett

Kevin Barnett is a series regular on MTV2’s "Guy Code," and has made appearances on MTV’s "Failosophy," and CollegeHumor. He can be seen on the upcoming shows "Broad City" on Comedy Central and HBO’s "Funny as Hell" and in the film "Finally Famous" (written and directed by Chris Rock).

Esther Povitsky

Esther Povitsky hosts the popular podcast "Weird Adults with Little Esther" and has made guest appearances on FOX's "New Girl" as well as NBC's hit "Parks and Recreation."

Byron Bowers

Byron Bowers has appeared on "The Eric Andre Show" on Adult Swim, Comcast TV and on the reboot of BET's "Comic View". Byron was also recently featured as New Face at the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival.