Stephanie Miller: National television and talk radio star Stephanie Miller is a wildly popular performer with a huge and fervently devoted audience. Her comedy album, “The Best of Stephanie Miller’s Happy House, Volume #1,” debuted as the #1 Comedy Album in America on Amazon, iTunes and Googleplay. It blasted on to the Billboard charts on February 18, 2015 at #2, dubbed by the influential industry magazine as its “Hot Shot Debut.”
Morning drive radio’s The Stephanie Miller Show is heard nationally, reaching more than three million-plus listeners weekly. She is ranked #12 on influential industry publication Talkers Magazine’s “Heavy Hundred” list, right below Howard Stern (#11), and well ahead of other national figures such as Laura Ingraham (#17), and Don Imus (#35).
The show also airs on SiriusXM Satellite radio’s national network of 18.5 million subscribers. Prior to going national, Stephanie pulled #1 ratings at KABC and KFI in Los Angeles, along with radio stations in New York City and Chicago. Among her many demographic achievements, Stephanie consistently leads her time slot among males 25-54, a tribute to her strong Sexy Liberal following.
John Fugelsang once got George Harrison to give his last live performance on VH1 and once got Mitt Romney’s advisor to call Mitt an ‘etch a sketch’ on CNN. He’s been a regular on MSNBC and FOX, been murdered on CSI, nominated for a Drama League award for his off-Broadway solo show, hosted America’s Funniest Home Videos & “Viewpoint” for Current TV, and Bill Maher called him ‘one of my favorite comedians’. He’s performed for American troops, including the humanitarian mission in Haiti and is currently hosting ‘Tell Me Everything” on SiriusXM Insight #121.
Frances Callier and Angela V. Shelton (aka Frangela) are real life best friends who met at the world famous Second City Theatre in Chicago.
Frangela is known for fighting of bugs and Speidi on NBC’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. They have been featured on The Oprah Show on the “Best Standups in America” episode. They are well known for razor sharp commentary on VH1’s Best Week Ever and they brought hilarity to the big screen in the hit film He’s Just Not That IntoYou and most recently Slow Learners. The also can also be seen on Hulu’s Quick Draw.
Frances and Angela have been regular “Pop Cultural Pundits” on NBC’s The Today Show and Dateline, CNN’s Showbiz Tonight and Headline News, MSN’s The Big Debate, and are regular contributors on NPR. They also hosted their own radio show, The Week According To Frangela in Los Angeles and are regular “chair-dancing” guests of the Stephanie Miller Show.