The entertainment industry produces some of the most famous people in the world. Actors, comedians and musicians are just some of the people who make up this diverse community. Entertainment speakers share stories about their careers and add legitimacy to any event with their presence. Some also champion special causes that they speak about.
Miranda Cosgrove was featured in the animated smash hit Despicable Me 2 reprising her role from Despicable Me as Margo alongside Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig. The 2013 film earned more than $900 mill... Read More
Michael Richards had already established a solid career as a comic actor before landing the role in 1989. After graduating college Richards began performing in comedy clubs. He had worked the stand-up... Read More
Monique Imes Mo’Nique is a multi-media powerhouse whose consistent extensive body of work has captivated audiences in stand up comedy television film and literature.
Monique Imes the award-winning comedienne
Matt Groening moved to LA in 1973 and sold his comic strip Life in Hell to LA Weekly. Producer James L. Brooks asked Groening to create animated shorts for The Tracey Ullman Show and The Simpsons was... Read More
Mandy Patinkin has appeared in major roles in television series such as Chicago Hope, Dead Like Me, and Criminal Minds. He also plays Saul Berenson in the Showtime series Homeland. He is a noted inter... Read More
Maya Rudolph was brought to New York and joined the SNL cast in 2000. On SNL she became a featured player known for impersonations of such celebrities as Christina Aguilera Oprah Winfrey and Donatella... Read More
MC Hammer had his greatest commercial success and popularity from the late 1980s until the early 1990s. Remembered for his rapid rise to fame Hammer is known for hit records (such as U Can't Touch Thi... Read More
Michael Phelps has earned a record-setting 23 gold medals over the course of his career. Phelps utilized his performance bonus for winning eight gold medals in 2008 to establish the Michael Phelps Fou... Read More
Mike Epps' success on stage gave him the courage to strike out on his own heading to Atlanta where he made a name for himself at the Comedy Act Theater. The owner of the club suggested Epps move to Ne... Read More