COMEDIAN OF THE WEEK: BRODY STEVENS
You may recognize him from The Hangover movies or his Comedy Central Half Hour Special! You also may recognize him from having his own show on Comedy Central called Enjoy It, which depicted his struggles with anxiety, psychiatric medication and his pursuit of happiness. He’s unique—some would say a comic’s comic. Brody has a tremendous need for attention, which you can see clearly from his daily Periscopes, which feel like a real life version of the Truman Show as he live streams almost his whole life. We’re going behind that curtain to find the real Brody Stevens today on Standup Lie Down.
Cory Kahaney has been busy. She recently appeared The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, was a hit on the 2016 season of America’s Got Talent and was featured in Catskills on Broadway. Cory has been seen on The Late Show with David Letterman and performed a record 7 times on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Cory is also a regular on The View, Fox & Friends and The Moms.
Ms. Kahaney is no stranger to reality shows from America’s Funniest Mom to Next Food Network Star even the Apprentice! But Cory is probably best known as a grand finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing.
Cory Kahaney was named Best Comedian in NYC by Backstage and Best female comedian NYC by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets. And even though she’s had specials on Comedy Central and HBO, her parents still wish she married a doctor!
John is best known for being a writer, producer and voice actor on the Family Guy. In addition, John was also a writer, producer and voice actor on The Cleveland Show. John even directed my recent One Hour Special The Posters Wrong, which means he's done it all now! But, if you talk to him, you wouldn’t know he’s so accomplished. He just doesn’t see it that way! We’re gonna try and get to the bottom of it on Standup Lie Down
Steve plays “Kevin McArthur,” the fantasy football league commissioner on the tv show The League which is in its 7th and final season on FXX, FX’s sister station. He also recently filmed his second, one hour comedy special, Breaking Dad, in Boston. His first one hour special in 2013 was on Comedy Central and was called Steve Man-child. In the interview, Steve talks about story that broke a few years ago in the New York Times about a certain lie he told very early in his career, that is cause for deep psychological exploration. Enjoy his honesty right now on Standup Lie Down.