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Bruh Man and The Ladies of Comedy!

Bruh Man and The Ladies of Comedy!

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About Bruh Man and The Ladies of Comedy!

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Bruh Man and the Ladies of Comedy will be a show you don’t want to miss!
Bruh Man, Corey Bell, Courtney “Goldie” Jackson

“Bruh Man” Reginald Ballard
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“Bruh Man” Reginald Ballard is an American character actor and comedian from Galveston, Texas, who is probably best known as “Bruh-man from the fifth flo'” (he would often hold up four fingers when saying this) in the Fox sitcom Martin. After graduation from Ball High School, where he was an all district linebacker, Ballard earned a full football scholarship to Southern Methodist University, where he was also a theatre major. Just before his senior year, Ballard transferred to the University of Missouri, where he continued to play football, while continuing to act, appearing in a university production of A Soldier’s Story in the role of C.J. Memphis. Spurning overtures from pro-football, Ballard headed to Hollywood to pursue his acting career. His film debut was in 1989’s Lock Up. He has appeared in many different television shows, such as Veronica Mars (the episode “Return of the Kane”), The Bernie Mac Show, The Parkers, Sister, Sister, Just Jordan, and the short-lived show, Crumbs. He co-starred in the independent film Big Ain’t Bad as Butch.
Currently, Ballard is performing stand up comedy and making movies in Hollywood.

Courtney “Goldie” Jackson
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Courtney “Goldie” Jackson, a native of Raeford NC, has
come a long way from helping her father on the farm. Goldie has worked with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars, traveled the world as a stand-up comedian, and helped to serve our nations veterans & at-risk youth in her community. She was raised a farmer’s daughter in a small town but dreamed of the big city and bright lights of Hollywood CA. Serendipitously, she decided to follow the path of acting and comedy and eventually moved to Los Angeles CA. After two months of auditioning, she landed on VH1’s top rated show The Flavor of Love (Season 1) with Public Enemy’s hype man Flavor Flav. She became an instant reality show favorite! Goldie has worked along performers such as Regina King (This Christmas, Film), Martin Lawrence (Showtime’s Martin Lawrence Presents, TV Show), and Billy Dee Williams (Shacking Up, Stage Play). As well as performing stand-up, Goldie has written for It’s Your World, a segment of the popular radio show “The Tom Joyner Morning Show” and has been an on-air host for Showtime & VH1. Goldie has been a feature and headlining act in comedy clubs all over the country and introduces audiences to her witty, observational, and hilariously physical comedic style each time she touches the mic. Goldie is currently a mental health therapist and the host of a weekly Instagram Live show titled Goldie Interviews (@goldie_98). Goldie continues to dazzle Flavor of Love fans and social media followers in her interviews with comedians, musicians, and other leaders of the culture.

Correy Bell
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Correy Bell is one of Chicago’s hottest and funniest comedians on the scene. Named as “the comedian to keep your eye on in 2020” by Midwest Living Magazine, this wife and mother of four
has always had the innate ability to deliver the perfect joke. “I got tired of hearing, ‘Girl! You are so funny! You missed your calling!’ So I decided to give it a shot” She says.
“At my shows, I love to remind women of how much power we have. I would call myself a motivational speaker - I just use jokes to capture the audience and to get my point across.”
Correy is one of the featured comics on the new Showtime special “Mo’Nique and Friends”. She’s also featured in a few episodes of the funny tv show “Laffmobs Lafftracks” on Trutv. Correy has the honor to share the stage with Mo’Nique on her 7 month Las Vegas residency and currently tours the country with her. She recently performed on both the Historic Apollo Theater and the Apollo Comedy Club in NYC within months of each other. You can currently her her jokes on Kevin Hart’s LOL station on Sirius Satellite.
Correy presents an unforgettable show to events of every size. This young lady is blazing a path for female comedians across the globe.