A stand-up comedian and actress, Caroline hosts her own talk show. She continues to perform to sold-out audiences in top comedy clubs where she has honed these invaluable hosting skills for the last eleven years. The Montreal native has also been a regular on "Hollywood Squares" and starred as Aunt Hilda on The WB's "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch." Joy Behar
Behar is among today's leading comic talents. She is a leading woman both on stage and screen, whether performing standup comedy or interviewing politicians and artists. While a current co-host of the daytime talk show "The View," Behar is also still a frequent comedy headliner. Colin Quinn
Colin began his 12-year stand-up career in 1985 by making the rounds at various Manhattan clubs. In 1987, he hosted MTV's popular game show "Remote Control," which led to his own show on the network. In 1995, Quinn joined the cast of Saturday Night Live. He currently stars in "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn" on Comedy Central. Joe Rogan
Despite his hosting duties on the hit NBC show Fear Factor, Rogan still makes time to perform stand-up comedy across the country. Television viewers may also recognize Rogan from his starring role as Joe Garelli, the resident electrician at WNYX radio, on the comedy series "NewsRadio." Buddy Hackett
Hackett began his long comedy career doing stand-up and soon became a regular on The Tonight Show, hosted at the time by Steve Allen. He was also a regular on "What's My Line?", "Hollywood Squares" and "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-in."
Mo'Nique's comedic talents in the series "Moesha" earned her her very own spin-off, "The Parkers" and led to two NAACP awards for best actress. She also has morning radio duties for Washington D.C.'s WHUR, has appeared in music videos for Eve and Busta Rhymes, and was the first female to host "Showtime at the Apollo." John Witherspoon
An actor/comedian hailing from Detroit, John is probably best known for his work opposite Ice Cube in the "Friday" comedy franchise. He has also appeared in "Dr. Doolittle 2", "Bulworth" and in "The Wayans Bros." television series. Phyllis Diller
Comedienne, film, television and stage actress, author, recording artist, spokesperson, philanthropist and humanitarian, Phyllis Diller has headlined in virtually every major supper club in the U.S. and scores around the world, as a professional comic. She writes her own rapid-fire comedy routines. Phyllis recently celebrated 35 years in show business. Aisha Tyler
After graduating from Dartmouth, Aisha spent her spare time working comedy clubs and colleges in thirty states before settling in Los Angeles. In addition to her hot-streak stint as host of E! Entertainment's Emmy-nominated Talk Soup, Aisha has appeared on numerous television shows, including her recent appearance on the #1 NBC comedy, Friends. Victoria Jackson
Probably best known for her work on Saturday Night Live, Jackson started out supporting herself as a cigarette girl, a typist and a waitress while she performed stand-up comedy. Finally, she got her big break on "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson." Jackson recently began work on the new Nickelodeon series "Pieces to the Puzzle", starring L'il Romeo and Master P.