Jay Hickman (April 19, 1955 – March 15, 1993) was a comedian best known for his downhome humor and independently-released, often-bawdy material. Despite his death in the early 1990s, his legacy of Southern-based material still enjoys a cult following.
Pavel Volya is a Russian TV host, actor and singer. A former KVN player, he first came to prominence as the "resident" of the Russian Comedy Club show, co-produced by Garik Martirosyan and aired on TNT channel. In 2007, Volya released his first studio album. As of 2008, hosts a TV Show on TNT.
Randall Jay Chestnut is an American stand-up comedian, writer, and actor. He is noted for his wide-ranging subject matter, physicality, and sarcasm. Among other topics, he often focuses on American politics.
Alexander Revva (born December 13, 1974 in Donetsk) is a Ukraine-born Russian stand-up comedian, TV host and voice actor. A former KVN player, in 2006 Revva became a "resident" of the Russian Comedy Club show on TNT. As of 2009 hosts a TV show on NTV. As a KVN player, Revva performed alongside his teammate Mikhail Galustyan.
AlyssA (Alyssa Cooper) is an accomplished stand-up comic, writer, actress, and passionate activist for the environment and alternative health movements. She released her first full length album entitled Within (Alyssa album). " Since the album's release in late 2008, AlyssA has been nominated for Best Pop Song for Feel the Softness (track five) by The Inland Empire Music Awards in Riverside, California. AlyssA collaborated with musician Deron Johnson, who co-produced this album with her.
Mike Wozniak is a stand-up comedian of Polish descent. He has a prominent moustache that is featured in his comedy. He was raised in Portsmouth, UK, and has a twin sister. Prior to becoming a full-time comedian, Wozniak completed medical school and was a geriatrician in London.