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Pete Davidson hit the stage for the first time at the age of 16. Since then Pete has toured North America playing colleges, comedy clubs and theaters. The Staten Island, NY native was busy in 2013 debuting as a series regular on three MTV programs Guy Code, Wild 'N' Out and Failosophy.
Pete made his standup television debut on AXS TV's Gotham Comedy Live and followed that up with an appearance on Comedy Central's Adam Devine's House Party. 2013 also marked his television acting debut with a guest starring role on FOX's Brooklyn Nine-Nine. He is also set to make his film debut in 2014 with a co-starring role in Nick Cannon's School Dance.
At just the age of 20, Pete's stand-up comedy is considered fresh and honest. In 2011 CBS radio took notice and claimed he was "next up ... and by next up we mean now! The praise landed him a co-hosting role on 92.3 NOW's morning show "Rollin With Nick Cannon." His work on the highly rated talk show led to a nationwide tour with Cannon.
Even at a young age Pete has a lot to say on stage. He takes his real life situations whether it's tackling family issues or the pitfalls of adolescence and finds humor behind it all. When he's not touring, Pete can be seen throughout New York City performing at Caroline's on Broadway, The Comedy Cellar and The Stand.
Drew Michael is a Chicago comedian who looks at life from a dark, cerebral point of view. His rumination on relationships, ex-girlfriends, beastiality, pedophilia, God, religion, Hitler, government, life and death has prompted TimeOut Chicago to call him, "Smart, funny and unabashedly crass."
Drew is a founding member of the comedy collective, Comedians You Should Know. The Onion AV Club says, "The genuine quality of talent on display is unrivaled in Chicago." The group released a self-titled album that debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts.