Helen Hong

Fri, Dec 29, 2023
Sat, Dec 30, 2023

Helen Hong

with Big Al Gonzales and Josh Argyle

A fan favorite on the hit NPR podcast Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me, Helen Hong also hosts the celebrity trivia podcast Go Fact Yourself. Helen’s comedy special WELL HONG was co-produced by Comedy Dynamics and Tribeca Film Festival, and is streaming now on Amazon Prime & Apple TV. Audiences love Helen’s lightning quick crowd work, which can be seen on her TikTok and Instagram accounts @funnyhelenhong.

Helen’s acting credits include scene-stealing roles on Never Have I Ever, Silicon Valley, The Unicorn, and 5 seasons of The Thundermans on Nickelodeon. Her commercial credits include a memorable Geico ad co-starring Animal the Muppet. Helen brings light to Asian-American issues with her family’s YouTube channel “Old Korean Dad Stories.” She lives in Los Angeles with her sister, her Snephew, and her old-ass dog Dodger.

Big Al Gonzales

Big Al Gonzales has a smooth articulate style and humourous take on life, relationships and social-political issues. Big Al was the winner of the "Funniest in South Texas" comedy competition in 2018. He has has also performed on Texas Public Radio's storytelling show "Worth Repeating", and has been seen on the Amazon Prime, Food Network, Game Show Network, NBC, and made his stand-up comedy debut on KOFY TV20.

Also performed at SF Sketchfest and can be seen opening on Steve Trevino's latest special, My Life In Quarantine.

Josh Argyle

Josh Argyle is equally at home telling jokes at comedy club as he is at a BBQ or barbershop. His quick wit and “everyman” relatability have helped him carve out a respected spot in the competitive Bay Area comedy scene. He is a regular at the Punch Line and Cobbs comedy club as well as a participant in the 2019 San Francisco International Comedy Competition. Josh has opened for national touring comedians such as Kyle Kinane, Doug Stanhope, Pablo Francisco and Dave Attell. Before stand-up Josh spent six years as part of a traveling imrov comedy troupe. This experience help pave the way for his spontaneous comedy style. When he is not telling jokes, Josh can be found at his apartment losing at Mario Party to his Fiancé and pontificating about the ridiculousness of writing in the third person with their tiny dog.