Jen Murphy Headlines The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club

This Thursday night, Jennifer Murphy (Last Comic Standing, TLC, and Comics Unleashed) headlines The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club at Universal Citywalk! Also on this show is Grant Cotter from Spike TV, MTV, TMZ and Sirius Radio! Don’t pay online or at the door… Get on the guest list now by going to and clicking RSVP at the top of the website! This will be a hilarious show that you don’t want to miss.

Also, Bruce Jingles (two Showtime specials, VH1, and USO tours) will be headlining Sardo’s this Wednesday in Burbank. Both shows are available now on the site! Bio’s below…

Jennifer Murphy has been doing stand up comedy Los Angeles after beginning her Stand Up career in New York at a workshop with Colin Quinn. She has also studied Improv and Sketch Comedy with Second City Training Center.
Since moving to L.A. she has performed on all the major club stages of the Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store, and Laugh Factory.
She has been seen in a National Febreeze ad, and in 2008 and 2010 appeared as a contestant on Last Comic Standing on NBC. You may have also seen her on Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen on ABC, or the half hour special “This Is Why You´re Still Single” on TLC.
She recently became a client of New Wave Entertainment!

Originally from London, England by way of San Diego and Catalina Island, Grant Cotter is a Stand-up Comedian, Improvisor, Host and Writer.  Grant was a smart ass from a young age. Constantly getting in trouble at school for pulling pranks and disrupting his classmates he knew he had a knack for making people laugh. His school boy antics eventually lead to him winning his schools title of ‘Best Sense of Humor’ in Middle School and again in High School.  Since then Grant Cotter has appeared on numerous TV shows including, “The Henry Cho Comedy Show” on GAC, “1,000 Ways To Die” on SpikeTV, “All-Stars” on MTV, candid appearances on “TMZ” and on the Comedy Time Network’s “Man Up Stand Up.”  His stand up can be heard on Sirius/XM National Lampoon Comedy Radio. He was a recurring guest co-host on’s ‘Space Invaded Radio’, ‘Wino Wednesday’s’ and can currently be heard weekly on the Cool Party Guy’s Podcast ‘Stand-ups Sit Down’.

Bruce Jingles is not a black comic. He’s a comic that happens to be black. He has performed with famous national headliners such as Jeff Garcia, Carlos Mencia, Chris Tucker, Gabriel Iglesias, Damon Wayans, Dave Chappelle, Dane Cook, Christopher Titus, Paul Mooney, and many others. He has gone on several overseas tours to Iraq and Bosnia with the USO. Jingles’ material ranges from his teenage years in a Latin community to his several mishaps with the law. He also might mention his two DUIs, his obsession with marijuana, or sometimes he just simply talks about his day. His credits include the movie Driving Bill Crazy and two Showtime specials this year, Jeff Garcia’s Low Budget Madness and Jeff Garcia’s Ten Dollar Ticket. If you get a chance to see Jingles at a show, you get just that, a show. Come on, with a name like Jingles, he was born to do comedy.
Credits include two Showtime specials, VH1, and USO tours.