Monique Marvez with Brian Kiley
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Monique and unique go hand-in-hand. This radio and television personality, writer and comedian is on a mission to make people laugh. Her comedy is the perfect balance of “aha!” and “ha-ha!”
Monique first exploded on the Miami comedy scene and soon starting touring the country and eventually the world. She has appeared on HBO, Comedy Central, ABC, Montel Williams, PBS and numerous other television shows. Monique was commissioned to develop a sitcom and write the pilot script about her rollercoaster love life by Dick Wolf Productions/ NBC Universal. She was nominated for an Alma Award for her Showtime Special “Latin Divas of Comedy” which has nearly a million hits on YouTube!
Barry Diller hand-picked her to be the face and late night host of his Miami television venture WAMI which resulted in two TV specials: “Monique Over Miami” and “Lady Zings the Blues.” Eva Longoria also chose her to be one of the original members of the on going comedy troupe “The Hot Tamales Live!” and she hosted segments of Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve from South Beach. Marvez soon found her way into the world of morning radio in Indianapolis at WENS which lead to her winning the “Million Dollar Morning Show” contest conducted by San Diego’s JackFM. Monique stands alone as the only person in the country to host a Jack FM show.
Monique can currently be seen on “Snoop Dogg’s Bad Girls of Comedy” on Showtime, and she’s working on several original television projects and continuing to WOW audiences with her sharp stand-up comedy and amazing improv skills. She continues to headline at comedy clubs around the country and was selected as the spokesperson for Fox Sports for their VIP promotional tour. Her new book, “Not Skinny,
Not Blonde” will be released later this year.
Brian Kiley has appeared several times on “The Late Show with David Letterman”, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and “Late Night with Conan O'Brien”. He appears regularly at Caroline's Comedy Club in NYC. He has been a staff writer for Late Night with Conan O'Brien since 1994 and he has been nominated for 12 Emmy Awards and he is the winner of the 2007 Emmy Award for Writing in a Comedy/Variety Series. Other shows that Brian has appeared on include “Comedy Central Presents”, “Dr. Katz Professional Therapist”, “The CBS Morning Show”, “Spotlight Café”, “Caroline's Comedy Hour”, “Comedy On The Road”, and “An Evening at the Improv”.