Lynne Koplitz is an American stand-up comedian and actress. Koplitz was host of Telepictures’ nationally syndicated dating show Change of Heart, guest host on NBC’s Later, co-host of the Food Network’s How to Boil Water, and co-host of Sony Pictures syndicated talk show Life and Style. Koplitz is one of the comedian contributors to the “History of the Joke” on the History Channel, hosted by Lewis Black. Koplitz was featured in a series of advertisements for her alma mater, Troy University. She co-starred on Sony’s syndicated talk show Life and Style with Jules Asner and Kimora Lee Simmons, as well as the NBC shows Extra, The Other Half, and last year’s Shop & Style. Lynne also has her own half-hour special, Comedy Central Presents: Lynne Koplitz, currently in rotation on Comedy Central. She is also currently featured in one of the “What’s Funny About That Time Of The Month” series of advertisements for Midol, with the “Sick Boyfriend” installment. Furthermore, she’s been seen on Z Rock, on IFC, where she played Dina, the manager of the show’s band, ZO2. She co-hosted a radio show called StarTalk along with well-known astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson. The show is syndicated Sunday afternoons on KEIB in Los Angeles and WHFS in Washington DC. Her stand-up has appeared on a number of Comedy Central specials, including Premium Blend. She performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival. Koplitz appeared on the We TV series “Joan Knows Best”. She currently performs on the road and co-hosts the Sirius radio show “Dirty Sexy Funny” with Jenny McCarthy.
Craig Shoemaker is an American comedian, writer, and voice actor. He is best known for his baritone voiced character, The Lovemaster, which he routinely portrays in his comedy act. In 1997 he was named Funniest Male Stand-Up Comic at the American Comedy Awards.Shoemaker grew up in the Philadelphia area and graduated from Springfield Township High School. He attended Temple University, majoring in radio, television and theater, but transferred to California University of Pennsylvania and received a bachelor of arts degree before pursuing his career. In 2012 he received an honorary doctorate in Humanities/Humanistic Studies from California University of Pennsylvania.He currently hosts a weekly podcast & webcast, “Laugh It Off” available on his official website.Craig is happily married to his wife Mika and is father to three sons, Justin, Jared and Jackson, and the newest Shoemaker, daughter Chloe.