Some comedians might take offense if an audience member fell asleep in the middle of their act, but Mike E. Winfield takes such moments and turns them into laugh-out-loud improvisational comedy. "Don't apologize," he told one guy who was caught dozing in the front row. "Do you know how many laughs we got from you?" Winfield, who joined the cast of NBC's The Office, has performed his observational stand-up comedy on The Late Show with David Letterman, Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, Showtime's Comics Without Borders and BET's Comic View. The charismatic Baltimore native, who moved to Sacramento early in his adult life and is now one of his hometown's most popular local comedians, tells hilarious stories about the hardships of everyday life. He's also the host of Fuse TV's Off Beat, in which he comments on the funniest music-themed viral videos, and was recently named the host of Logo TV's new satirical news program, The Straight Out Report. He brings his act to Cobb's Comedy Club in San Francisco for one night only.