Emil Wakim is a NYC based stand-up comedian via Bloomington, Indiana. He recently made his national television debut on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and was also featured in an episode of "Hunters," a new documentary-style show on Vice.
Emil can be seen charming audiences with his comedy that was once described by his foreign parents as, “We don’t get it.” A lovable combination of self-deprecation and social consciousness, Emil quickly rose onto the scene, becoming the youngest winner of The Comedy Attic’s renowned Bloomington Comedy Festival. He has performed at the Limestone Comedy Festival, 208 Fest, the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, and was selected as part of the “Best of the Fest” at the 10,000 Laughs Comedy Festival. Emil has opened for Kyle Kinane, Todd Glass, Moshe Kasher, and regularly for Nikki Glaser.
Originally from North Carolina and residing in NYC, Maddie Wiener is a stand-up comedian with a style described as “irreverent humor … with a streak of brazenness,” and “abrasive and likable at the same time.” At 22 years old, her stand-up has garnered attention online with over 6 and a half million views on Laugh Factory Hollywood’s Instagram page. Most recently, Maddie was selected as a “New Face” at the 2021 Just For Laughs festival and filmed a stand-up set for Comedy Central. She has appeared on You Up with Nikki Glaser on Comedy Central’s Sirius XM channel, was a 2018 semi-finalist for Stand-Up NBC, performed in the 2019 Limestone Comedy Festival, the 2019 Asheville Comedy Festival, and is a regular at Goodnights Comedy Club in her home state of North Carolina, as well as at Zanies Comedy Club and The Laugh Factory in Chicago, IL.