Not much is known about the individual men who make up the kooky, funky, R&B band known as Here Come the Mummies. For the most part this is due to their constantly wearing mummy attire while on stage, and having never revealed their true identities. But you don’t have to know who they are to enjoy their unique brand of rocking music and tongue-in-cheek sense of humor with songs like "Pants," "Attack of the Wiener Man", and "It's All About the Sugar." The band is typically comprised of ten mummified members who together have released five albums. They are also rumored to have a number of Grammy awards between them. Follow the Mummies on facebook and twitter.
From his humble beginnings as the co-host of cable talk show "Daytime Ottawa" and as a reporter on "Canadian Idol" (CTV), comedian Jon Dore has become a regular on television. Along with being the first comedian to appear on "Conan," he's also had in his own Comedy Central Special and currently stars in the ABC sitcom "How to Live With Your Parents." Follow Jon on twitter.
Making people laugh for as long as he can remember, Maronzio Vance is a witty, sarcastic, observation storytelling North Carolina-born comedian/actor who once waited in a men's bathroom for two and a half hours for a chance to meet the Kings of Comedy-- something he has vowed never to do again, unless he has something to do besides pull-ups in the stalls. If you haven't seen him in any local bathrooms exercising, you may have seen Maronzio on: "The Jamie Kennedy Experiment," 'Wanda Sykes: Wanda Does It," "Comicview," "Showtime at the Apollo," or Montreal's "Just for Laughs Comedy Festival." Follow Maronzio on twitter.
Comedian Saleem Muhammad credits his success to more than just his jokes, a lot of it has to do with his immediate "likeability". Saleem has been featured on "The Tonight Show," "Last Comic Standing," BET and CNN Headline News. This Dayton, OH native developed his sharp wit as the youngest of two children, and it has served him well as he's now a favorite of clubs, colleges and theaters worldwide. Follow Saleem on twitter.