Corny Rempel is an award winning Elvis Tribute artist and Comedian who has performed across North America for fifteen years. He has also played to packed houses five times in Mazatlan, Mexico. Corny is a morning radio host/DJ in Steinbach Manitoba. He also does voicing for cartoons, websites, movies and video games. (And yes, that's his real name!)
Corny will be featured in an upcoming documentary called "That Mennonite Joke" which has been picked up by Bravo and will be shown at the International Film Festival in Toronto, Ontario.
Corny Plays Elvis like no one else. His facial expressions and gestures are uncanny and his voice is a dead ringer. The thing that makes his show unique is Corny's humorous twist. He loves entertaining and it shows in his non-stop, highly energized, hilarious performances!
The best way to get inside Cathy Ladman's head is to see her live. As one of the country's top comedians, Ladman's show is a self-probing vehicle which draws laughter from exposing personal neuroses. She has not only appeared on "The Tonight Show" nine times, but was also the only female comic to appear on the last two of Johnny Carson’s "Tonight Show Anniversary" shows. She’s made four appearances, thus far, on “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson," did her own HBO "One Night Stand" comedy special, and was awarded the American Comedy Award for Best Female Stand Up Comic.
A native New Yorker, now living in Los Angeles, Cathy is an acclaimed television and film actor. Her film credits include “Charlie Wilson’s War,” “The Aristocrats,” and "White Oleander.” Her TV appearances include “Mad Men,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and "Everybody Loves Raymond." She's done several TV pilots, including "Caroline in the City," in which she had a recurring role, and a bunch of others that barely saw the light of day (or night). She also appeared regularly on ABC's "Politically Incorrect" and Comedy Central's "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist."
Besides writing her standup act and original scripted projects, Cathy was on the writing staffs of “The Caroline Rhea Show” (2002), “Caroline in the City” (different Caroline altogether – 1997), and “Roseanne” (1996). She also wrote an episode of “King of Queens" and other sitcoms. Her theatre credits include a successful run Off-Broadway in, “The JAP Show: The Princesses of Comedy," the 25th Anniversary production of “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove” in Los Angeles, which was nominated for several GLAAD awards, and she and HBO developed her first solo show, “Scaredypants,” and took it to the Aspen Comedy Festival. Her second solo show, “Does This Show Make Me Look Fat?,” will be opening in Spring of 2014.