Bryan Callen Headlines The Brea Improv

This Thursday, January 19th, we have a HUGE treat!  Bryan Callen from Old School, MadTV, and The Hangover 1 & 2 headlines The Brea Improv at 8pm!  Don’t pay $15 online or at the door when you can be on the free guest list for this awesome night of stand up comedy!  Just go to and click RSVP at the top of the site to get on the guest list!  You don’t want to miss this one!  Bio below!

Also, TONIGHT (Weds. 1/18) at 8pm in Burbank, Melinda Hill headlines The Sardo’s Comedy Experience at 8pm!  Both shows are available to RSVP for NOW!  (RSVP to Sardo’s includes a 10% off your check coupon)  Alsooooo…  There are still tickets available for Ocean at Brea tonight (1/17) at 8!

Adam DeVine was born in Waterloo Iowa, and moved to Omaha Nebraska when he wasten. After years of snow and 311 concerts he then moved to Los Angeles and began doing stand-up comedy. After performing for only two years he was asked to appear at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal. After the festival Adam was cast in the Warner Brothers movie Mama’s Boy starring Jon Header and was featured on Comedy Central’s Live At Gotham. He also had a recurring role on the ABC sitcom Samantha Who?  He can currently be seen in the Comedy Central series Workaholics, which he stars in, writes and produces with his sketch comedy group – Mail Order Comedy, which will premiere in February.  Mail Order Comedy’s videos have been downloaded over a million times.

Melinda Hill is an LA based comedian, actress and writer who hasperformed stand up all over the world.  LA weekly describes her comedy as“bubbly, adorable, outlandish funny” and Buzzine Magazine claims s “puts the fun back in funny and the smart back in smarty-pants.”  She recently starred in Comedy Central’s Pretend Time With Nick Swardson produced by Adam Sandler and in the film Bright Dayopposite Bill Maher, and is the voice of Doctor Princess on the cartoon Adventure Time. She’s also the other half of the viral hit Confessions of a Tooth Fairy with Kristen Wiig.  Other TV appearances include Glory Daze, Reno 911, Sarah Silverman Program, Important Things With Demetri Martin, Frank TV, The Winner, and Chris Kattan’s Bollywood Hero. Her stand up has been featured on Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson, Bonnie Hunt Show, BBC’s World Stands Up, NESN’s Comedy All Stars, Comics Unleashed, and most recently when she hosted Byron Allen’s series Comedy.TV.  Her weekly show “What’s Up Tiger Lily?” was named “Best Stand Up Show” in LA Weekly and her critically acclaimed comedy CD “The Accidental Bisexual” is available from Stand Up! Records on iTunes and Amazon.