Michael’s quest for hilarity began in Boulder, Colorado at a club known as Tulagi’s, famous for its legendary acts such as Tommy Bolin, The Doors, and even Jimi Hendrix himself! This connection with Jimi would continue throughout Mike’s career as he would open for Italian Rock Fusion Band “Nova”, with a rendition of Purple Haze that was nothing short of magic, no one can imitate a guitar with just their voice quite like him.
It was at the Evening at the Improv Club, owned by Bud Friedman, in which he would become a household name in Los Angeles.
It was in 1984 where Michael would get his big break from Director Hugh Wilson and Producer Paul Manslanski, creators of the cult classic Police Academy, as they saw his talent first hand at the Long Beach Theater. They saw the raw talent that Mike brought to the table and immediately wrote him into the script, paving his way for a career in cinema, also taking a role in Mel Brooks’ Space Balls!
While his talent on screen is apparent, he is also a skilled voice actor appearing in commercials for companies such as Geico, but also hit television series such as Family Guy and Robot Chicken. Mike’s versatility really allows him to play any voice role.
Michael is a true master of his craft, an artist. He can recreate any sound known to man and more, limited only by his imagination, making him a must see entertainment staple which keeps him quite busy.
Danish born Henrik performs his hilarious and clean physical comedy show. He walks on ladders, spins ropes, juggles without using his hands, manipulates fancy hats, and rides a unicycle that's higher than the expectations you have for your group's entertainment program.
He walks with 4 legs, escapes from a straight jacket, and blows your audience's collective mind as NeonMan – a glowing alien that floats and flies and mesmerizes.
Side-splittingly funny! Winner of The Crowd's Choice Comedy Competition in May 2016, featured 2018 NW Black Comedy Festival. His energetic delivery and full bodied humor will keep you wanting to see what he'll do next.
He portrayed Willis Jackson on the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes and had a recurring role as Monk on the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris. Bridges worked as a commentator on the television series TruTV Presents: World's Dumbest