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Michael Jr.

Like A Story Out of a Movie

Comedian Michael Jr. has a broken film projector and a loudmouth friend to thank for getting him started in comedy. One night while watching a film with about 400 other people in a packed theater, the projector broke down shutting off the movie. That's when Michael’s friend dared him to get up in front of the crowd and perform some comedy, only to be amazed that he would do it, and do it well. Michael Jr. has appeared on “The Tonight Show,” Comedy Central, “The Late, Late Show, ” BET, and “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

Scott Bakula

Man of a Certain Age

Scott Bakula became a familiar face to television viewers through his performance on the innovative series Quantum Leap, which earned him a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Drama Series, three additional Golden Globe nominations, four Emmy nominations and five honors from Viewers for Quality Television. A consummate musical performer, he also sang songs on several episodes of the series. Bakula’s recent television credits include the "Boston Legal," "Chuck," and "The New Adventures of Old Christine." He now stars on the hit TNT series "Men of a Certain Age," every Monday night along with Ray Romano and Andre Braugher.

Keith McGill

One Man's Perspective

The name Keith McGill sounds as if it should belong to a country singer, but upon further research we discovered the man is actually a talented standup comedian. Common mistake. Keith may not wear a cowboy hat, but he does bring a quick-witted, lively, intelligent slant to comedy, and you may recognize his voice as the "echo" from the Tom Mabe prank call about the faulty cell phone. During his shows, McGill offers his own insights on being as a black man in America, however, his humor is more of a commentary on all facets of life, not just one sector of society. This way everyone can enjoy.