Craig Shoemaker has performed comedy for four US Presidents, four solo comedy TV specials, won Standup Comedian of the Year at the American Comedy Awards, put out three comedy albums, is a two-time NATAS Emmy Award winner, a WGA scribe, an award-winning producer, best-selling author of a novel and two children's books. Craig has written, produced and starred in two Universal feature films, Totally Baked and Lovemaster as well as guest starred in Pleasantville, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, NBC's Parks & Recreation, Scream 2, and Fuller House. Craig is the producer/creator/host of the Amazon Prime shows the Wolf-Pac and Comedy Kitchen and has a podcast called The Enlightend Up. His charity, Laughter Heals, is creating environments where laughter can bridge gaps in the boardroom, break room, and the living room. The science of laughter is one that is undeniable, powerful, and, just like our movement with molecular hydrogen, is on the forefront of modern science and will influence health for decades to come.
Caroline Rhea is a stand-up comedian and actress, best known for her role as Hilda Spellman on the ABC hit series Sabrina The Teenage Witch, and numerous comedy specials on Comedy Central, HBO and Showtime. Caroline is currently starring in Disney Channel’s Sydney to the Max, and hosts Caroline and Friends, her hit game show for Game Show Network, now in its second season. She is a regular panelist on ABC's Match Game with Alec Baldwin, and is often on other game shows such as Hollywood Squares and Funny You Should Ask. Caroline was the host of the Caroline Rhea Show, has appeared as Linda Flynn Fletcher on Phineas and Ferb for over 10 seasons, and has guest starred on many hit series, including Two Broke Girls, The Mark Maron Show, and The Grinder. Caroline starred as Noleta Nethercott in the cult classic series Sordid Lives, and reprised her role in the film A Very Sordid Wedding, which ranked #1 on Amazon Films for a full month following its release. Most recently, she can be seen on the dais of Comedy Central’s Roast of Alec Baldwin. This marks Caroline's 30th year as a stand-up comedian.