MARC PRICE ~ Marc Price is an American actor and comedian, known for his role as Irwin “Skippy” Handelman on the television series Family Ties.
In addition to playing Skippy on Family Ties, Price starred as Eddie ‘Ragman’ Weinbauer in the 1986 horror film Trick or Treat. He appeared with Kevin Dillon in the 1988 action-adventure film The Rescue. He then hosted the game show Teen Win, Lose or Draw on The Disney Channel (198992). While hosting the game show, Price played the young American tourist calling himself Michael J. Fox in Killer Tomatoes Eat France in 1991 with John Astin, Angela Visser and Steve Lundquist.
As a stand-up comedian, Price drew heavily on his experiences of growing up in Hollywood. He appeared on Last Comic Standing and for over 15 years, was a regular performer at Harrahs in Las Vegas while simultaneously working as a producer in Hollywood. During the rest of the 2000s onward, he has predominantly acted as writer/producer for cable television networks such as Disney Channel, Food Network, Animal Planet, GSN, Showtime, as well as producing the TBS game show Midnight Money Madness. In September 2013, Price began appearing occasionally on Fox Sports Live with Jay and Dan on Fox Sports.
He is also a member of the Sitcom Legends Tour with Marsha Warfield of Night Court fame and Jimmie Walker from Good Times.
JOE KASHNOW ~ Wounded by a roadside bomb in Iraq in 2003 Joe spent almost two years at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC learning how to walk with what remained of his leg. In February 2005, Joe underwent a below-knee amputation and 30 days later when he was fitted with his first prosthetic device he was already able to walk better than he had since his injury.
Joe began his standup comedy career in January 2012 when he finally ran out of excuses of why he couldnt get on stage and tell jokes. Winning the open mic competition at Magoobys Comedy Club in Maryland at his first show was just the start of great things to come.
Joes passion for telling jokes and helping others realize that laughter truly is the best medicine led him to become part of the documentary Comedy Warriors: Healing Through Humor. This film, essentially an in-depth comedy workshop allowed Joe to work with nationally known comedians and provided a jumpstart to his comedy career. Now with a leg-up in the comedy world Joe has performed across the country and is pursuing his dream of helping others through laughter.
In addition to finding something to laugh at no matter how much pain is involved, Joe also works as a motivational speaker using his own experiences and struggles to show what can be overcome with no more than a positive attitude and the determination to accomplish ones goals. Joe has spoken at schools, business groups, social clubs and non-profit organizations.