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Mike Falzone has been solving the internet’s problems since 2006 when he became one of the first creators to establish themselves on YouTube. Hailing from the great state of Connecticut, Falzone began touring as a musician at 14 and while still his first love, Falzone has since shifted his passion and drive into pursuing stand-up comedy. After surviving two major health scares in two weeks, Falzone decided to move west to pursue his entertainment passions and has been tickling the funny bones of YouTube fans and L.A. audiences ever since. He’s performed at College Humor Live at UCB Sunset and appeared on-stage at the world famous Comedy Store.
It’s Falzone’s relatability, bad puns, and consistent biweekly uploads that have gained him over 15.8 million YouTube views and a loyal audience that includes the Vlogbrothers, Meghan Tonjes, Olan Rogers, and Taye Diggs (according to Twitter). Falzone has toured nationally for both his music and comedy, and currently performs weekly stand-up around Los Angeles.
Once named the “Kevin Bacon of YouTube,” Falzone is someone all YouTubers are either connected to or inspired by. His successful online presence has lead to opportunities guest writing and hosting on SourceFed and YouTube Nation -- a collab between YouTube and Dreamworks, writing a book titled “Never Stop Shutting Up: A Book of Advice and Other Things You Didn’t Ask For,” and creating a beloved podcast with his fiancee, “Welcome to Our Podcast.”
When not air-drying his dark curly locks or hunting down brunch in Sherman Oaks, Falzone can be found obsessing over WWE and listening in on strangers’ conversations.
Mike is currently nominated for a 2016 Shorty Award for Best Comedian on YouTube.
Elliott Morgan is from the great state of Florida. At the University of Florida, Elliott earned a bachelors in zoology. After college, Elliott moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in show business. He wound up on YouTube, where he helped launch SourceFed, a comedy news channel.
Producing several videos a day about current events, Elliott eventually branched into celebrity interviews, his own YouTube channel, and was brought on by Google to help cover the Republican and Democratic conventions. He later interviewed Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson.
Elliott began performing stand-up comedy about three years ago, all the while continuing to host for various outlets across the Internet. He helped re-launch Mashable’s YouTube channel, and he hosts a successful series on Mental_Floss. He's hosted game shows, live events, and panel shows. He's worked with E! Entertainment and Nickelodeon. He’s one of the online hosts for Spike’s Lip Sync Battle, produced by Jimmy Fallon. He’s even worked with the Muppets on multiple occasions.
In late 2015, Elliott filmed his first stand-up comedy special, “Premature.” It premiered on Vimeo On Demand on December 10, 2015 and received very positive reviews. Elliott spends his days writing and developing new Internet projects, as well as touring and performing stand-up all over the country.