Matt is a comedian and actor from Albuquerque whose comedy goals are simple…. make you laugh! His quick wit and fun demeanor make him audience favorite. Matt draws from his life experiences and an absurd point of view. Recently turning forty-two years old has put absolutely “nothing” into perspective for Matt!
He’s performed in comedy clubs, casinos, colleges and theaters all around the southwest and beyond! Matt has worked with Tig Notaro, Marc Maron, Doug Stanhope, Dave Ross, Alex Ortiz, Troy Baxley and Steven Michael Quezada!
Matt was voted one of the best comedians in the city in the Albuquerqueʼs Weekly Alibi’s 2007 and 2014 ‘Best of Burque’ issue and featured in the “Comedy issue” of ABQ the Magazine in 2009! Matt was also voted one of the top comedians in 2014 and 2015 “Best of the City”
In 2011, he was cast as a lead role in the comedy film, The Bigfoot Election. In 2014 Matt co-wrote, co-produced and starred in the upcoming comedy film “Abe Makes A Movie”! He has had roles on In Plain Sight, Netflix series Longmire, ABCʼs Killer Women, WGNʼs Manhattan and AMC’s new hit show Preacher! He was a guest comedian on three episodes of NBC’s After After Party with Breaking Bad’s Steven Michael Quezada.
Keith hit the comedy scene with a force!!! He was first featured on 3 seasons of Steven Michael Quezadaʼs (Breaking Bad ) “The After After Party.“Keith has opened for Anthony Padilla in the Las Vegas Hilton. Opened for legends Bruce Baum and Darryl Rhoades. His innovative and riveting brand of comedy touches on all aspects of everyday life from work to family and everything in between. His comedy is often viewed as gritty and edgy while humorously crossing culture lines. His Texan roots and New Mexican upbringing provide insightful commentary that has made him a crowd favorite around the Southwest. Keith has successfully crossed over as an actor appearing in several movies and commercials. He has been doing stand up for 8 years and touring the last 2 years!
Eddie is the most interesting thing to come out of the UK since mad cow disease. Blending aggressive vulgarity with meaningful observations, Eddie has quickly risen to become one of the most recognized and enjoyed comics in the Southwest. With acclaimed performances in such venues as the Denver Comedy Works under his belt, it is surely just a matter of time before Eddieʼs original brand of Anglo-American humor is confusing and upsetting audiences nationwide. Eddie Stephens nearly opened for the guy who did the voice of Roger Rabbit.
CURT has appeared at some of the biggest comedy clubs in the country with some of the biggest names in comedy including; Harland Williams, T.J. Miller, Josh Blue, Kyle Kinane, Theo Von, Brian Posehn and Jim Norton. He advanced to the semifinals in HBOʼs Lucky 21 Competition. He was also selected for the World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas, and the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta.
Curt is also an accomplished writer, he recently penned his first screenplay with Marc Shuter. It has been selected as a finalist in the WriteMovies International Screenplay Contest. In 2014, he was a writer for Showtimeʼs AVN Awards. www.funnyfletcher.com