Need a good belly laugh? Comedy Nights are an excellent way to get your haha on.
Kermit Apio is a Seattle favorite. Born and raised in Honolulu, Kermit enjoyed a childhood in Paradise. He spent his time watching television, playing and procrastinating everything else. He still does all three extensively. After high school, Kermit moved to Seattle to attend UW and Seattle became home. In early 1989, Kermit did his first open mike at the Comedy Underground. Comedy was a fun hobby. In May of 1990, he quit his job, said goodbye to health care and benefits and took the leap to performing full time. It is still his only job skill.
He was the winner of the 2009 Great American Comedy Festival and has had numerous appearances on television and radio. He has showcased at comedy festivals in Aspen, Las Vegas, and Vancouver and performed in 47 states and three provinces. He is a past winner of the Seattle Comedy Competition and was a semi-finalist in the San Francisco Comedy Competition. Also, in 1988, he was the Dishwasher of the Month at the Sea-Tac Airport Denny’s. Kermit is married and the proud father of two wonderful children. He enjoys his family, baseball and pie. He does not enjoy opera, sitting in traffic, and writing about himself in the third person.
Taylor Clark was born in Las Vegas but moved to Everett just before puberty in the hopes that he would have better moral surroundings. The jury is still out on whether or not that is true. In his senior year of high school — after years of theatre, sports, Drama, and an extensive amount of skate boarding, Taylor was accepted into Vancouver film school on a partial scholarship and graduated as one of only 6 people in his class to have written and directed in his own short film on 16mm. He moved to Seattle where after 2 long years of longing for the stage he started doing stand up comedy.
Cameron Mazzuca gets excited on stage. It is because he is happy to be doing what he loves and probably also because he’s had too much Diet Coke. Born in the City of Destiny —Tacoma — and raised everywhere, he has become a regular on comedy club stages in Seattle, Kirkland, Tacoma and festivals like Folklife and venues across the Pacific Northwest opening for contemporary greats like James Adomain and Andy Haynes. His infectious enthusiasm and goshdarn good Italian boy friendliness will win you over in a big way.
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