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Festival of Laughs feat. Mike Epps, Earthquake, and Cocoa Brown
In a large family with eight children, future comedian and Hollywood star Mike Epps relied on making others crumble to the floor with laughter to set him apart from his siblings. He parlayed this experience as a class clown into standup gigs in Indiana when he was just a teen. Epps continued to build his ladder to superstardom in Atlanta before venturing to bigger ponds in New York at the age of 21, conquering the comedy-club circuit and attracting the attention of HBO’s Def Comedy Jam series, which he would eventually host in 2006. His lanky physicality and shape-shifting vocal talents have earned him roles in such blockbusters as The Hangover, All About the Benjamins, and Lee Daniels upcoming biopic about Richard Pryor. Still, his first love is the stage, and his wide-ranging standup sets—which frequently discuss race relations, celebrity peers, and American politics—have busted guts at major venues throughout the country.
Mike is joined by feature performers Earthquake and Cocoa Brown. Earthquake is the charismatic standup star and WBLS radio personality who keeps audiences in stitches with his no-nonsense brand of humor, a talent that’s earned him his own HBO special and the role of Uncle Mike on Everybody Hates Chris. Cocoa Brown is an accomplished stand-up comic as well, though audience members might know her as Jennifer from the sitcom Tyler Perry’s For Better or Worse. The comedian and actress has also appeared in Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club and Seth McFarlane’s Ted 2.