MEG’s Managing Partners have 30 years of experience securing local and national comedians for a wide variety of events both large and small. We have a vast network of talent and agents that we work with to find what you are looking for. Whether you want a family friendly comedian, a comedy hypnotist, or just someone to provide a lot of laughs, we can assist in putting smiles on the faces of those at your event.
We are also able to provide sound, lighting, and staging to complete the experience and make your event a special one.
Lenny ClarkeNational Headliner, Boston superstar! "Me Myself & Irene", "Rounders", "Stronger", "Ted 2", "Ghostbusters".
Veteran Boston stand-up comedian Lenny Clarke has an oddly calibrated act — his material and his perspective is very much in an old-school Don Rickles vein, but his attitude is very much that of a quick-witted young comic.
This contrast comes wrapped in a conversational, deceptively genial delivery, with just brief moments of clowning. Clarke is also unpredictable in a very good way on stage — you don’t know where he’s going to go next. It’s never the same show twice. He’s a unique and funny performer … truly worth catching. — NYC Review.
Paul D'AngeloShowtime's "the Godfather of Comedy", national headliner Combining an energetic, charismatic stage presence and spontaneous improvisational talent with an endless array of intelligent humor delivered in an animated style that grabs and holds the attention of crowds everywhere he performs, Paul’s constantly evolving and diverse selection of original material “takes normal everyday experiences and makes them sound absolutely hilarious.” Critics further write that “(Paul D’Angelo) is an energetic performer who gives a peak performance at every show.” “His quick comedic mind,” “unique observations” and “down to earth, stop-and-think humor” “keeps the crowd in hysterics.”
“Paul is as funny, and arguably funnier, than just about all of the most famous standup comedians in the country.”
Paul recently co-starred in Showtime’s popular stand-up comedy movie, ‘The Godfathers of Comedy’, and has also released two DVDs and three critically acclaimed comedy CDs that are played regularly on national radio. In addition, Paul is the writer/director/co-star of the original sitcom pilot ‘A Fine Mess’ which was featured at the prestigious New York International Independent Film Festival.
Although Paul is known to comedy devotees as a prolific creator of intelligent, introspective and reflective humor that everyone can relate to, there are still numerous comedy routines, funny stories and anecdotes that Paul rarely gets an opportunity to share with his live audiences, so he has written a hilarious collection of those eclectic musings in two multiple award-winning books entitled ‘Stories I Tell’ and ‘More Stories to Tell.’
Artie Januario"The Pharmacist", one of Boston's best comics Artie is one of the country's premier comedians. He is a pharmacist by day and a comedian by night. Artie's relatable and hilarious act has brought him all around the country. He has become one of the most well known and respected comedians in the country. Artie makes any show, corporate function, or fundraiser a resounding success.
Ken RogersonKEN ROGERSON, the funniest man you’ve never heard of, started his comedy career working the Chicago club circuit and at the famed Second City. After touring with the improvisation troupe The Comedy Rangers, Ken moved east and became part of the exploding Boston comedy scene of the 1980’s, where he honed his standup act to a fine edge “…sharp enough to cut the head off a rabbit at thirty yards.”
Fresh off his second nationwide “Rescue Me Comedy Tour” with Denis Leary, Kenny is a favorite in clubs, theaters and on the large and small screen. You may have seen him as “Kevin the Biker Fireman” on F/X’s hit show “Rescue Me” starring Denis Leary and as “Pat the Cop” on ABC’s “It’s All Relative” with Lenny Clarke. He has also made numerous other television appearances on such shows as NBC’s , “Late night with Conan O’Brien”, “The Late Show with David Letterman”, “Comics Come Home” for Comedy Central and Showtime’s “A Pair of Jokes” just to name a few. Rogerson has also appeared at The Chicago Comedy Festival and TBS’s The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas.
The Boston Herald proclaimed, “He makes the absurd seem logical” and Las Vegas Magazine wrote, “As far as pure stand-up goes, it doesn’t get any better than Rogerson.” Michael Blowen of the Boston Globe raved, “He is fall down on the floor funny! Why doesn’t this guy have his own show?” Nick Zaino, also from the Globe says, “He’s as funny a comic as Boston has produced.”
A writer, sketch player, actor and comedian, Rogerson wrote and starred in comedy film pieces on Fox Television Network’s “Sunday Comics” and has made film appearances in “Fever Pitch” and “There’s Something About Mary.”
Tony V.Seinfeld, the Heat, State and Main, Conan O'Brien, Boston comedy legend.
Tony V started his stand-up comedy career in 1982 after attending several shows at Boston’s prestigious Comedy Connection. He wandered in one night, quite by accident, looking for a little stress relief from a high pressure job as a case worker at the Somerville Mental Health Center. Tony was working his way toward a Masters degree in social work having graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a B. S. in Psychology. It was not long after that he took to the stage himself. Tony’s street wise humor tempered with a genuine feel for the human condition quickly propelled him to headliner status on the national comedy club circuit.
In 1986 Tony V was named “Funniest Person in Massachusetts” by Showtime television. He followed this achievement with several performances on HBO, the Arts and Entertainment Network, Comedy Central and MTV. From 1987 through 1992 Tony V became the “spokesperson” for American Tourister Luggage. Remember the suit case smashing gorilla? It was Tony that gave the ape it’s distinct voice and temperament. Touring extensively in and out of his high tech forty-five thousand dollar yak hair gorilla suit, both Tony and his alter ego had many interesting adventures. If you get a chance ask Tony about a meeting between The Gorilla, Spuds MacKenzie and Ronald McDonald. You won’t believe your mind.
Network television was next on list for this Boston native. Spending time in New York and L. A. paid off with multiple highly acclaimed appearances on Late Night w/ Conan O’Brien, Comedy Central’s Tough Crowd w/ Colin Quinn and several sit-coms including Seinfeld, Boston Common, The Single Guy and Dr. Katz Professional Therapist. Having proven himself a solid comic actor Tony then tackled dramatic roles on television working with such notable actors as Eric Roberts, Ice T and James McDaniels from NYPD Blue.
Tony’s big screen outings include State and Main, Celtic Pride, Housesitter, One Crazy Summer and Shakes the Clown as well as the independently produced By the Sea and Abracadabra. Tony has also produced and written on several shows for network and production companies.
He is no stranger to benefits and fund raisers performing at functions for The American Cancer Society, Children's Hospital, The Boston Food Bank and many other charitable organizations. His corporate shows include Citizens Bank, The North East Lumber Association, Stop & Shop, American Express Corp. and Staples.
Along with being a popular headliner at clubs and colleges all over the free world, Tony V has worked with Jay Leno, Dennis Miller, Bobcat Goldthwait, Steven Wright, Adam Sandler and countless other friends and nationally known acts. Tony has opened for Kenny Rogers, The Temptations, Billy Ray Cyrus, The Beach Boys and Joan Jett.
Graig MurphyOne of Boston's best up and coming comics, former WEEI radio personality, supreme voice impersonator. Graig Murphy is a comedian based out of New England. He got his start on the highly acclaimed Boston based sports radio station WEEI doing various impressions. He has since become a headlining comedian in Boston's great comedy scene, as well as being a favorite at the Nantucket Comedy Festival. Graig performs all over the country including Las Vegas and Caroline's in New York City.
Mark RileyRegular in NY & Las Vegas, veteran Boston comic.
Mark Riley is one of the top headlining acts in the Boston comedy scene. His unique perspective on everyday situations combined with his sharp observational humor keeps audiences in stitches. His ability to improve is second to none and is fearless when it comes to hecklers or anyone who thinks they can be funnier than the comedian. Mark can perform anywhere and for any audience and deliver a great show.
Mark is able to connect with audiences in a unique way. Many people have said they felt like they were sitting in their living room hanging out with one of their friends when they see him perform. People love the way he can incorporate them into his show with ease and can adapt to any situation that may arise. Mark’s diverse background of experiences and employment allow him to relate to anyone, no matter what they do for a living or where they are from. He has three kids, all teenagers, so he relates to parents really well. One interesting fact is that Mark has been to 45 of the 50 states.
Frank SantorelliNationwide headliner, "Georgie" from the Soprano's, movie credits include "No Reservations", "Meet the Parents", TV credits "Law and Order".
FRANK IS AN ITALIAN-AMERICAN WHO IS BEST KNOWN FOR PLAYING THE RECURRING ROLE OF "GEORGIE THE BARTENDER" IN THE SOPRANOS. FRANK IS ALSO WELL KNOWN FOR HIS STAR ROLE IN THE GODFATHERS OF COMEDY.
FRANK HAS STARRED IN NUMEROUS MOVIES, INCLUDING: NO RESERVATIONS, MEET THE PARENTS, AND CROOKED LINES. FRANK'S PASSION HAS ALWAYS BEEN COMEDY. HE HAS HEADLINED AT SOME OF THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS COMEDY CLUBS: COMIC STRIP (NEW YORK, NY) CATCH A RISING STAR (NEW YORK, NY) COMEDY CELLAR (NEW YORK, NY) CAROLINES ON BROADWAY (NEW YORK, NY) HILARITIES 4TH STREET THEATRE (CLEVELAND, OH) LAUGH FACTORY (LOS ANGELES, CA) THE IMPROV (LOS ANGELES, CA)
Brad MastrangeloBoston is a stand-up comedy mecca producing some of the best comedians. After starting as an opening act, Brad quickly moved up to middle or feature act. His act was so high energy and funny that after only two years, he was headlining at all of the big comedy clubs in Boston, New England and coast to coast including:
Catch A Rising Star -New York City The Laugh Factory and The Comedy Store – Los Angeles The Comedy & Magic Club – Los Angeles Bally’s, Riviera and Tropicana – Las Vegas Comedy Central XM Satellite Radio
He has shared the stage with Chris Rock, Ray Romano, Kevin James, Dave Chappelle and Bill Burr. He was also a contributing writer for Jay Leno’s monologue for “The Tonight Show.” He as appeared at “Comics Come Home” the longest running benefit in the nation with Dennis Leary. “One of the most versatile and entertaining comics you will see. His street smart stories that everyone can relate to will have you thinking you grew up with him.” -The Boston Globe
Christine HurleyComics Come Home, a favorite in the Boston comedy community.
Christine Hurley was the First Runner Up in the nationally televised “Nick-At-Nites” search for America’s Funniest Mom contest. During the auditions and filming of the show, she was coached and mentored by comedic greats, Jeffrey Ross and Jeff Singer. Out of 7,000 entrants, she made it to the finals of the show. The most remarkable aspect of this quest is that, unlike most of the contestants, this was Christine’s very first time on a comedy stage! The producers felt that Christine Hurley had the “it” factor that most performers strive for, yet never achieve. Her natural ability, intelligence, and love of making people laugh give her the inspiration to keep moving up the entertainment ladder.
Christine’s humor is one that most everyone can identify with. As a wife and mother of 5, she has the keen ability to find amusement and humor in everyday situations. Christine also knows her audiences. She’s an extremely versatile humorist that can make you smile whether you are 8 or 80. She can conduct a “clean show” yet, can do comedy that would make a Teamsters Convention blush!