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Friday, January 23 • 8:00pm - 9:30pm
I Made You A Mixtape with David Fickas and Brice Beckham and guests Ric Barbera, Eli Braden, Pam Cook, Fancy Ketchup, Rachael Lawrence, Liam Sullivan and Kirk Zipfel

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Popular LA Show "I Made You a Mix Tape" hosted by David Fickas and Brice Beckham is coming to SF SKETCHFEST.  A collection of comedy and music featuring the likes of Ric Barbera, Eli Braden, Pam Cook, Fancy Ketchup, Rachael Lawrence, Liam Sullivan and Kirk Zipfel.

a Drama 3/4 production $20 All Ages

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Brice Beckham

Brice Beckham began his career in the entertainment industry as a child actor, most notably as Wesley T. Owens on the long-running television series "Mr. Belvedere."  A standout on the show, he was a fun foil for the title character played by the great Christopher Hewitt. In the twenty years that followed he has gone on to act, write, direct and produce for stage and screen, and he is a self-taught editor, illustrator and animator... Read More →
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David Fickas

David Fickas is an actor and filmmaker. He's one of the founders of Drama 3/4 Productions, who have made award-winning shorts such as "Mr. Robinson's Driving School," "Deliverance: The Musical!" and "No Football for Old Men." As an actor, he's recurreda on "Burn Notice" (as reluctant hacker Jack Dixon) and appeared on "Black-ish," and the series "I Hate My 30's," which he also co-created.
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Eli Braden

Eli Braden has written for "Jimmy Kimmel Live," "Fashion Police" and "Upload with Shaquille O’Neal." He’s a contributor to MAXIM Magazine, and his parody songs can be heard daily on "The Howard Stern Show." He’s released a massive quantity of original comedy music, available in one gigantic package for just $5 at www.GumRoad.com/EliBraden.
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Fancy Ketchup

Fancy Ketchup is a satirical rock band from Oakland, California. The group, which features members of Tea Leaf Green, has released two albums--"Hold the Mayo" and "For Whom My Balls Toil"--and chronicles its sordid activities at FancyKetchupBand.com.
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Kirk Zipfel

Kirk Zipfel has worked with everyone from Larry David to Lorenzo Lamas. He’s appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel," "Punk’d," "Last Comic Standing," "Kickin’ It," and Fox’s "On the Lot." Kirk has hosted interviews with stars like Natalie Portman and Steve Carrell, he’s appeared in more national commercials than he can remember, he also starred in the hilarious web series Man-Teen. He’s looking forward to performing in the... Read More →
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Liam Sullivan

Liam Kyle Sullivan is the director/performer behind LiamShow.com, a collection of funny short films created by and starring Liam. In late 2006, Liam's musical comedy video "Shoes" went viral on YouTube, spawning hundreds of fan remakes and launching Liam's character Kelly into internet stardom. Shoes was selected as a viral video to watch by "Entertainment Weekly," was chosen as one of the top 10 videos of 2007 by YouTube, and went on to win... Read More →
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Pam Cook

Pam Cook is a comedic actress. She played The Intern on the series "I Hate My 30's." Other credits include "Validation," "Addicted to Facebook," "Burn Notice," "Imaginary Friends Inc." and "Road Hard."
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Rachael Lawrence

Rachael Lawrence is an actress known for "I Hate My 30's," "J.A.P.S." and "Keller and Sullivan." She's also contributed to the soundtracks for "General Hospital," "Dream House," "All My Childen," "One Life to Live," and "Diary of a Wimpy Kid."
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Ric Barbera

Ric Barbera is an actor and writer, known for "Dead & Breakfast" (2004), "The Basement and the Kitchen" (1999) and "Unearthed (2007)." He played Dr. Rod in the series "I Hate My 30's!"

Friday January 23, 2015 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Doc's Lab 124 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94133

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