Francis Ellis

Francis is a comedian and writer/personality for Barstool Sports, based in New York City. He began his career in Boston while attending Harvard, where he played lacrosse and maintained perfectly average grades. After graduating, he moved to New York and has since performed in China, Sweden, British Columbia, Australia, and across the United States. He is known for his dry sense of humor–occasionally bordering on macabre–as seen through his sketches on Barstool. He resides in Brooklyn when he's not on the road.

Francis' act mines the insecurities and pitfalls of being a Harvard graduate who doesn't measure up to anyone's expectations, including his own. He comments on issues of race, white privilege, and financial inequality, using stories from his own life to highlight the hypocrisy of such topics. Francis also loves fitness and breakfast pastries.

Marc Gerber

Marc Gerber is a born and bred New Yorker who has been performing stand-up for almost 10 years in New York City and beyond. Equally adept at satirizing the State of the Union and the state of his own affairs, Marc has been featured on CNN’s RunningMate podcast, NBC, MTV and in The New York Post, just to name a few. Marc is also a well-respected Roast Battler, a skill he developed in grade school when he needed suitably cutting retorts to kids referring to him as a Gerber Baby. Follow Marc on twitter @MarcAGerber

Eric Neumann

Here is a list of things that Eric calls "accomplishments", but his Jewish mom calls "distractions from finding a wife" He’s a New York based comedian and a regular performer at New York’s top comedy clubs, and alternative rooms. Eric has performed at various festivals including The New York Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Festival and Laughing Devil Festival. Eric is a regular headliner at Caroline's On Broadway, and was named "One of the hottest rising star stand-up comedians in New York" by Hollywood Radio and Television Society. Eric’s audio clips have been featured on Rooftop Comedy's "Best Of" collection and have aired on Sirius XM Radio, Spotify and Audible. In 2016, Eric contributed material to The Comedy Central Roast Of Rob Lowe. In 2016 & 2017, he was a semi-finalist in New York's Funniest stand up. In 2017, he opened for legends Gilbert Gottfried and Richard Lewis. His debut show “Bring Your Parents To Work Day” was part of the 2017 New York Comedy Festival (Sponsored by TBS) He continues to tour the country, but still with all of this stage time, Eric is a yet to have a year that financially tops his Bar Mitzvah year.

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