The SF Sketchfest Dozen: Guy Branum & Cameron Esposito
The SF Sketchfest Dozen: The Next Wave of Stand-Up Comedy Stars SF Sketchfest presents a dozen hand-picked stand-up comedians on the rise—names you might not know now, but will be hearing a lot from soon.
Guy Branum is a writer and comedian best known for serving as “Staff Homosexual” on “Chelsea Lately” and his performance as Natalie Portman’s sassy gay friend in “No Strings Attached.” Noticing a trend? He’s appeared on E!, MTV, G4, CurrentTV and lots of other channels you’d need to upgrade your cable to watch. He’s also a writer for the new season of “Punk’d” on MTV and “Fashion Police” on E!. That means he’s watched the Grammys at Joan Rivers’s house. Jealous? Guy also writes for the “Gay Voices” section of The Huffington Post and occasionally makes web videos where he dances around without his shirt on. But mostly, Guy is very, very beautiful and good at having sex.
Cameron Esposito is a nationally touring standup comic and the host of Put Your Hands Together – both the podcast and live show at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles. She is also the host of the action/scifi movie podcast “WhamBamPow,” a regular on “Chelsea Lately” and her network televison debut on “Late Late with Craig Ferguson” was called “the most memorable first time on a late night show for any comedian in recent history.” (Splitsider)
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