Freddie Roman has conquered comedy and comedy has proclaimed him the Catskills Court Jester! As the creator, packager and star of the groundbreaking Catskills on Broadway, Freddie subscribed to the adage that if Broadway could not come to the mountains, he would bring the mountains to Broadway. He completed a one year engagement at the Trump Castle in Atlantic City, starring in his own show Tonight Live. He made his motion picture debut in the critically acclaimed Sweet Lorraine, co starring Maureen Stapleton. He also starred in his own television special The Big Room for Comedy Central as well as his appearances on their televised Friars Club Roasts.
Mal Z. Lawrence has the audiences literally loosening their collars, gasping for breath between laughs, and begging for mercy before his next comedic course is delivered. Widely known as a "tumult maker," he has sustained a career spanning over 30 years entertaining audiences in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and the Catskill Mountains.
Dick Capri has made millions of people laugh in a comedy career that has spanned two continents and every major entertainment medium and venue, including nightclubs, resorts, arenas, theaters, the Broadway stage, and national television. He has worked with such major stars as Tom Jones, Liza Minnelli, and Frank Sinatra.