Shuli Egar, Bob Levy, Mike Morse, and Anthony Zenhauser
Shuli Egar, a nationally-renowned headliner, transformed a one-week audition in New York into a remarkable 15-year radio career. During this tenure, he served as a writer, producer, and on-air correspondent for the legendary Howard Stern Show. Shuli's comedic talents shone brightly when he dropped his double album, "Shulogy," in 2019, which made an impressive debut by claiming both the #1 and #2 spots on the iTunes Comedy Charts.
In the midst of the pandemic, Shuli and his family decided to bid farewell to New York, eventually parting ways with The Howard Stern Show. They sought refuge down South, where Shuli began a new chapter as a free agent. Embracing the vibrant world of podcasting, he now boasts three successful shows: "The Shuli Show," "The Miserable Men Show" (exclusive to Patreon), and "The Uncle Rico Show."
Beyond his Stern Show legacy, Shuli co-hosts "The Jay Thomas Show" and "The Dr. Harry Fisch Show" on Sirius XM, and his witty contributions have graced "The Scott Ferrall Show" and "Miserable Men." With an extensive touring history, Shuli has graced the stages of clubs nationwide as part of "The Killers of Comedy" and "Ronnie's Block Party." He remains a regular fixture in the stand-up comedy scene, delivering laughs in clubs across the United States.
Mike Morse is a seasoned joke writer with a comedic resume that sparkles with star-studded credentials. His punchlines have graced renowned TV and radio shows, leaving audiences in stitches on platforms like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Howard Stern Show, and The Comedy Central Roasts of Flavor Flav, Donald Trump, Bob Saget, Larry The Cable Guy, and David Hasselhoff.
With a pen dipped in humor, Mike's material has seen the light on major networks like CBS, NBC, ABC, HBO, ESPN2, A&E, AXS TV, and MTV. His wit even made its way into "The Complete Idiot's Guide To Jokes," a popular book that attests to his comedic prowess.
But Mike Morse's humor doesn't stop there. He's the man behind the laughs for some of the biggest names in the comedy business, crafting special material for legends like Howard Stern, Jay Leno, Lisa Lampanelli, Jeff Foxworthy, Jeffrey Ross, Artie Lange, Wayne Brady, Ed Asner, and Gilbert Gottfried.
His comedic genius isn't confined to the small screen. Mike's written humor that's found a home in publications such as MAD Magazine, Playboy, Cracked, Reader's Digest, and the eccentric Weekly World News. For a whopping twelve years, he served up a weekly dose of humor through his column, "Morsels," published in the NJ/NY magazine, Steppin' Out.
As a stand-up comedian, Mike has graced stages at clubs, theaters, and college campuses across the nation. For an impressive eight-year run, he was the opening act for the Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli. His comedic journey took him to iconic venues such as The Beacon Theater and Apollo Theater in NYC, the Borgata Event Center in Atlantic City, the Wilbur Theater in Boston, the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, and the historic Chicago Theater.
But there's more to Mike's comedic legacy. For five uproarious years, he co-hosted the legendary Miserable Men show on Sirius Satellite Radio, cementing his status as a comedy heavyweight in the world of radio humor. Mike Morse, a name synonymous with laughter and a true maestro in the art of making people smile.