Dan Davidson, D. Cameron, & Ben Roy
About Dan Davidson, D. Cameron, & Ben Roy
Dan Davidson recently had the pleasure of performing for the troops based in the Middle East on the Red, White and a little Bluer tour. He has appeared on Comedy Central - Short Attention Span Theater
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Dan Davidson recently had the pleasure of performing for the troops based in the Middle East on the Red, White and a little Bluer tour. He has appeared on Comedy Central - Short Attention Span Theater, Fox - A Night of Comedy. He has been a guest numerous times on the nationally syndicated The Bob and Tom Show and his material has been aired on satellite radio. Davidson has worked with a wide range of performers such as David Alan Grier, Brett Butler, Bobby Slayton, Kevin Pollack, Bryan Callen and opened for musical acts such as The Counting Crows and The Wallflowers. D. Cameron worked in a middle school as a B.M.T (Behavioral Modification Technician). When you see him, he'll tell you all about it. He paints a picture of middle school life that will have you saying, "how in the world did he get that job?" and "how can I get him to do it at my child’s school?" He has worked with John Witherspoon, Steve Harvey, D. L. Hughley, Tommy Davidson, Chris Rock, Tommy Chong, Jeff Dunham and many more comedians in his career.Ben Roy was recently featured in the book 'Mock Stars: Indie Comedy and the Dangerously Funny'. He is also a member of The Grawlix; hosts of the wildly popular and controversial monthly Grawlix live show and web series. He has been a finalist in several local and national competitions, was selected to perform at the Boston Comedy Festival, The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, The Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, the MTV Comedy Showcase, and most recently The Just for Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival. After his performances on the New Faces show he was invited to perform as part of the Best of the Fest. In 2011 the Denver Post picked him as one of seven people in the Denver area as a pathmaker for the following year. 5280 Magazine, Colorado's most widely distributed magazine, voted him 2011 Top of The Town in their personalities category.