Rob Schultz is a stand-up comedian and filmmaker living in Los Angeles. He is best known in the United States, the exclusive venue of every one of his performances to date, which include appearances at SF Sketchfest and the Bridgetown, Cape Fear, Sacramento, and San Diego comedy festivals, as well as his own shows: Set List at the Pack, an improvised stand-up show now in its third year; Gangbusters!, a weekly variety show now in its fifth; and Idiomatic, a panel game about words and language.
Rob also writes the scripted sci-fi sketch comedy podcast Frequency Earth (Now available at frequency.earth), and a monthly zine called NOT ART, featuring the ongoing spy comedy ‘Unacceptable’.
In addition to his volunteer work as a comedian, Rob is a video editor and animator with credits on feature films (Diani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse, Brand New Old Love, The Selling), cable TV (Comedy Central, Discovery, Vice, Spike), and all manner of shorts, installations, and web things (Nintendo, Google, Visa, Kia, Cracked, College Humor).
His work can be found online at www.normalwebsite.com
Master of the one-liner, and favorite comedian of servicemen and presidents alike, Jason Van Glass is one of the nation’s most-beloved entertainers, a millionaire many times over, and a star in every category open to him: vaudeville, radio, television, and film, most notably a string of “Road” movies with longtime friend Bing Crosby. He has performed at the Bridgetown, SF Sketchfest, and Crom Comedy Festivals, and traveled countless miles to entertain his troops in cities like Austin, Atlanta, Seattle, New York, and San Francisco. The Bob Hope American Patriot Award is named in his honor.