Funny has become synonymous with the name Jason Scoop in the New York comedy scene. Scoop began his career as a High School Senior taking the train into Manhattan at the age of 17 to perform on open mics. Jason quickly made a name for himself and found himself performing regularly at Greenwich Village Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club & Broadway Comedy Club in the heart of Times Square. Jason soon was making audiences laugh at Carolines on Broadway and The Stand in New York City, as well as in Los Angles at The Comedy Store, Hollywood IMPROVand Flappers.
Jason’s star was on the rise when he was selected to perform on Amateur Night at the word famous Apollo Theatre in Harlem, where he made it all the way to the Top Dog Round. The industry quickly came calling, with appearances on MTV International’sBiggest Music Moments 2013 as well as Comedy Time TV’s Quick Laffs on Direct TV and Hulu. Jason has also been featured on Comedy 360 Daily’sComics to Watch, featured on the Anthony Cumia show & NYC crime report on the Anthony Cumia Network as well as the Socisl villains podcast. He most recently won the prize of $10,000 on Dana Carveys First Impressions.
Scoop’s electric energy, original stories, satire of popular culture combined with his celebrity impressions and original characters keeps audiences laughing in the aisle. Whether performing in New York or Los Angeles, Jason’s youthful enthusiasm and witty comedy makes him undeniably the next “Big Thing” in the comedy scene. Jason is currently single and resides in New York City with his jokes and impersonations.
Kristin Seltman has been using humor as a defense mechanism for almost 30 years and performing stand up for 6. She recently moved to NY from Boston where she can be seen at Broadway Comedy Club and QED and has been called “A great addition to the scene” by a bartender at a bar show once.