Tuesday Thomas: Known
as 'The Punk Rock Dolly Parton,' Tuesday spent her young adult life as a gypsy, living and traveling throughout the United States. Her travels and deep experiences allowed her keen insight into the human condition, and enabled her to mimic and create characters based on the eclectic people she met. Suffering from severe anxiety and PTSD, humor has saved Tuesday from many of the perils that affect the majority of people in her condition. As a proud lifelong outsider, Tuesday found her calling and home in knowing that her issues, dating life, two marriages and divorces, and general weirdness brought others laughter and enabled them to bring out their inner freakiness.
Tuesday is a talented writer of sketch and screenplays. She's been featured on VH1, MTV, E! and BBC's World of Weird.
When not talking to pigeons at random public fountains, Tuesday can be found performing stand-up at venues across the country, including The Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, The Punchline, and the CIA Theater.
Long, long before
disappointing his parents by telling dick jokes to strangers, Cyrus was born in Rome and immigrated to the U.S. when he was two. He grew up in Maryland where he attended the University of Maryland, earning his BS in Accounting. At the age of 24, Cyrus moved to Los Angeles to pursue a promising new office job. While healing from a snowboarding accident, Cyrus began binge-watching standup specials in an opioid and weed-induced haze, This prompted him to abandon his six figure office job and become a stand-up comic. (Even after sobering up he still thought that was a good idea, and here we are today.)
In addition to stand-up comedy, Cyrus writes, produces, and stars in the irreverent political sketch comedy series The Alternative Fact Report
. When not spinning his exasperation with the world into comedic gold, Cyrus likes to surf, train MMA, and wear onesies in public.